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Part Number: MSP430FR2633
I'm using an MSP-CAPT-FR2633 for early development and coming up to speed. I am working through Lab 1 section 2, which directs the user to adjust Conversion Gain and Conversion Count. However, in the latest version of Design Center, Conversion Gain seems to have been removed from the sensor Conversion Control tab. A frequency divider has been added to the tab. I see the code generator does generate the expected gain value but I am not seeing where to adjust this value in Design Center.
Also, clicking on the "Conversion Count", the Description still mentions Conversion Gain. How can Conversion Gain be modified?
You are running the CapTIvate design center in "basic" mode.
To switch to "advanced" mode and see all the additional parameters do the following:
From the main menu select >Options>Features and select "Advanced".
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