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PAN1326B compatible with MSP430F5529

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I have some question:

1- PAN1326B module can be used in a new design? In Panasonic page says NRND but in others providers page is available and in TI wiki is active.

2- In my design I used a MSP430F5529 and the new version recommended for Panasonic is PAN1326C I found that this module is not compatible with MSP430 you need to use MSP432, is like that?

Best Regards

Olivia

  • Hi Olivia,

    Olivia Canto
    1- PAN1326B module can be used in a new design? In Panasonic page says NRND but in others providers page is available and in TI wiki is active.

    I couldn't find where Panasonic says the PAN1326B is NRND. Even though there may be some TI devices in these modules, since Panasonic makes these modules, then I would refer to how they classify the modules, not other resources.

    Olivia Canto
    2- In my design I used a MSP430F5529 and the new version recommended for Panasonic is PAN1326C I found that this module is not compatible with MSP430 you need to use MSP432, is like that?

    I'm not sure why the MSP430F5529 isn't compatible with PAN1326C. Sure, the PAN1326B specifically calls out MSP430 microcontrollers, but looking through the PAN1326C's datasheet, it appears that any host MCU with the necessary UART, GPIO, etc. pins should work fine. Please let me know if I'm missing anything.

    Regards,

    James

  • In reply to James Evans:

    Hi James.

    Thanks you a lot for your answers.

    The CC256x Getting Started Selection Guide says use of the CC2564C device with the MSP430™ Ultra-Low-Power Microcontrollers is not currently available. In the documentation I have reviewed, it says that the PAN1326C has a CC2564c internally.

    My new question is, there is some IT document where I can find the software commands that the PAN1326B or the CC2564B needs for its operation, which can be sent by UART using the MSP430.

    Thanks. Regards

  • In reply to Olivia Canto:

    Hi Olivia,

    Thanks for your clarifications. It's very helpful.

    Olivia Canto
    The CC256x Getting Started Selection Guide says use of the CC2564C device with the MSP430™ Ultra-Low-Power Microcontrollers is not currently available. In the documentation I have reviewed, it says that the PAN1326C has a CC2564c internally.

    You're absolutely correct. For other community members, this information is found in Section 4.1. As discussed in the following thread, the CC256XMSPBTBLESW for MSP430 only supports the CC256x and CC256xB devices. Unfortunately, it does not support the new CC2564C (BT spec 4.2). If you're required to use CC2564C in your application, then please check out the latest CC2564CMSP432BTBLESW for MSP432 microcontrollers that supports CC2564C.

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    Olivia Canto
    My new question is, there is some IT document where I can find the software commands that the PAN1326B or the CC2564B needs for its operation, which can be sent by UART using the MSP430.

    For using CC2564B with MSP430, you can use CC256XMSPBTBLESW. On this software page, you can find several user's guides under the "Technical Documents" section.

    TI Dual-mode Bluetooth® stack on MSP430™ MCUs

    I hope this helps!

    Regards,

    James

  • In reply to James Evans:

    Hi James.
    Thanks again for your answer. It helped me a lot.
    Regards

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