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Part Number: MSP430G2153
Maybe someone can help me with the following issue.
I am interested in the current consumption of the embedded digital timer_A.
In the datasheet of MSP430G2153 (p.22), we can see the active mode supply current (330 uA @ 3V @ 1MHz). But it is no clear for me if such a current considers that the timer is either running or stop. Do you know that?
If the current consumption of the timer is not included in that value, do you know where I can find it in the datasheet?
Best regards and thanks for your time,
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In reply to Ryan Brown1:
Many thanks, Ryan, for your response.
With regard to your last comment, is this power consumed by the internal clock source reported?
For example, in p. 22 of the datasheet we have a current consumption in active mode of 330 uA @ 1MHz - 3V. But if, in addition, the timer runs at 1 MHz using an internal clock, how much will be the overall current consumption? Is there any way to estimate that using the datasheet?
Best regards and many thanks!
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