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TI MSP430 Ultra-Low-Power Microcontrollers (free)

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George writes –“Twenty bucks for a USB MCU development board is sweet to start with but now TI is giving them away (and lunch too)! “FREE eZ430-F2013! Register and attend 430 Day, a free three-hour “lunch and learn” and receive a FREE eZ430-F2013. The session includes an overview, updates and eZ430 technical demonstrations. Lunch will be provided. Seating and tools are limited.”Link.

Worldwide locations and schedule – Link.

12 thoughts on “TI MSP430 Ultra-Low-Power Microcontrollers (free)

  1. I would like to get one of these, but I wondered if there are any Linux tools with which I can use it. Anybody?

  2. Thanks! That looks great. Any idea how the USB is exposed to linux soyou can take advange of the inbuilt debugger?

  3. When I first saw one of these TI microcontrollers (in a Power-over-Ethernet power supply), I looked up the data sheet. It reminded me very much of the PDP-11 — a number of 16-bit registers, all general-purpose, with powerful addressing modes. Seems that the author of this web page had the same thought:

    http://users.easystreet.com/jkirwan/new/msp430.html

    But look how small the chip is compared to a PDP-11!

  4. Sweeeeet I ordered one but they’re backordered until late April!

    Ah well, I guess it will be a good summer project for once I’m done with classes…

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