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    Jaspreet@DTU reacted to bluehash in Web UI for MSP430 launchpad using node.js   
    @@Jaspreet@DTU Nice, another Node.Js project.
    Thanks for sharing!
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from pine in Web UI for MSP430 launchpad using node.js   
    Hi all!
    I recently worked upon a weather station project where we were required to display the data on a website. I finally decided to create a web UI for MSP430FR5739 launchpad as well.
     

    The web UI is created using Node.js for the server end. The graphs update at every 100ms period. For testing online, i have used localtunnel which allowed me to convert the intranet to internet. The UI receives the data from a MSP430FR5739 launchpad and the data is then displayed on the website. Also, you can transmit data from UI to the launchpad as well.
      Youtube demonstration video:
      The detailed instructions and the source files are there on my github repository: https://github.com/jaspreetsingh009/webui_msp430  
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from gwdeveloper in Web UI for MSP430 launchpad using node.js   
    Hi all!
    I recently worked upon a weather station project where we were required to display the data on a website. I finally decided to create a web UI for MSP430FR5739 launchpad as well.
     

    The web UI is created using Node.js for the server end. The graphs update at every 100ms period. For testing online, i have used localtunnel which allowed me to convert the intranet to internet. The UI receives the data from a MSP430FR5739 launchpad and the data is then displayed on the website. Also, you can transmit data from UI to the launchpad as well.
      Youtube demonstration video:
      The detailed instructions and the source files are there on my github repository: https://github.com/jaspreetsingh009/webui_msp430  
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from bluehash in Web UI for MSP430 launchpad using node.js   
    Hi all!
    I recently worked upon a weather station project where we were required to display the data on a website. I finally decided to create a web UI for MSP430FR5739 launchpad as well.
     

    The web UI is created using Node.js for the server end. The graphs update at every 100ms period. For testing online, i have used localtunnel which allowed me to convert the intranet to internet. The UI receives the data from a MSP430FR5739 launchpad and the data is then displayed on the website. Also, you can transmit data from UI to the launchpad as well.
      Youtube demonstration video:
      The detailed instructions and the source files are there on my github repository: https://github.com/jaspreetsingh009/webui_msp430  
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from spirilis in Web UI for MSP430 launchpad using node.js   
    Hi all!
    I recently worked upon a weather station project where we were required to display the data on a website. I finally decided to create a web UI for MSP430FR5739 launchpad as well.
     

    The web UI is created using Node.js for the server end. The graphs update at every 100ms period. For testing online, i have used localtunnel which allowed me to convert the intranet to internet. The UI receives the data from a MSP430FR5739 launchpad and the data is then displayed on the website. Also, you can transmit data from UI to the launchpad as well.
      Youtube demonstration video:
      The detailed instructions and the source files are there on my github repository: https://github.com/jaspreetsingh009/webui_msp430  
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from yosh in Web UI for MSP430 launchpad using node.js   
    Hi all!
    I recently worked upon a weather station project where we were required to display the data on a website. I finally decided to create a web UI for MSP430FR5739 launchpad as well.
     

    The web UI is created using Node.js for the server end. The graphs update at every 100ms period. For testing online, i have used localtunnel which allowed me to convert the intranet to internet. The UI receives the data from a MSP430FR5739 launchpad and the data is then displayed on the website. Also, you can transmit data from UI to the launchpad as well.
      Youtube demonstration video:
      The detailed instructions and the source files are there on my github repository: https://github.com/jaspreetsingh009/webui_msp430  
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from dubnet in Web UI for MSP430 launchpad using node.js   
    Hi all!
    I recently worked upon a weather station project where we were required to display the data on a website. I finally decided to create a web UI for MSP430FR5739 launchpad as well.
     

    The web UI is created using Node.js for the server end. The graphs update at every 100ms period. For testing online, i have used localtunnel which allowed me to convert the intranet to internet. The UI receives the data from a MSP430FR5739 launchpad and the data is then displayed on the website. Also, you can transmit data from UI to the launchpad as well.
      Youtube demonstration video:
      The detailed instructions and the source files are there on my github repository: https://github.com/jaspreetsingh009/webui_msp430  
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    Jaspreet@DTU reacted to piglet in My first ever electronics or micrcontroller project: Radio Word clock   
    I'm mostly a lurker on this forum, and watch in somewhat bemused awe at the things you folks manage to create. I'm right at the bottom of a massive learning curve with very little time to climb up it.
     
    Still, I'm very happy with my first ever electronics or microcontroller project. 
     
    It's a word clock inspired by an image of a commercial product I bumped into on the internet.
     
    Parts list:
     
    1) A cheap frame from our local hobby shop
     
    2) An http://www.pvelectronics.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=2'>






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    Jaspreet@DTU reacted to igor in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Thought on enhancement - 
    give option to rename (or add a meaningful name) to the pins in the GUI.  (i.e. rather than P 1.4, let me name it something like Accelerometer.X, or whatever).
     
    Minor thought on code - why the big list of if .. thens in USCI0RX_ISR?  
    Seems like a switch statement would be more natural (and might be easier for the compiler to optimize?)
     
     
    When considering protocols, there are also some XML based protocols
    Sensor Markup Language
    Transducer Markup Language
     
    There is a whole alphabet soup of other protocols/languages associated (parts of the Open Geospatial Consortium Sensor Web ... buzzword buzzword buzzword).
     
    May be overkill, or too heavyweight for what you doing, but might be able to borrow some ideas from.
     
    Of course there are also the busspirate and GoodFET protocols.
     
    http://xkcd.com/927/
     
     
     
    If haven't done it that way already, might consider making the GUI data driven/generic, so can give it a file describing another microcontroller (Fraunchpad, Stellaris, Arduino, whatever)
    and it will give you a gui for that.
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from Butterworth in My first microprocessor project ever , Data Logger with MSP430 Launchpad(MSP430G2553)   
    I have designed a C# GUI which might help and incase you need some modifications with the GUI, i can do that. Also, you can refer to the code attached for understanding UART and ADC functionalities. Link: http://e2e.ti.com/group/microcontrollerprojects/m/msp430microcontrollerprojects/665272.aspx
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from abecedarian in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Hi all!  This is my first post on 43oh forum. I am currently working on a project which i think the 43oh community members will like.   :grin: 
     
    Project Description: The main aim of the project was to create a Simple, Easy to control Graphic User Interface (GUI) to control various pins on MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). The GUI for this purpose was created using Visual C# and can be used on any Windows based System.
     
    (GUI in action)
                                                                                                                                                                             
     


    Features:
    The GUI allows the user to test and develop hardware without having to write any code for the device. Pins configured GPIO can be turned "LOW" or "HIGH". The present version of the GUI enables real time data acquisition and plotting. The data obtained from the pins configured as "ADC" can also be stored in an Excel Sheet. Data from Internal Temperature Sensor of the uC can be obtained and plotted as well. The GUI enables the user to Generate three independent PWM Signals and vary the Duty Cycle. Instructions:  You need to upload a code to the MSP430g2553 microcontroller for working with the GUI. The code and the application GUI can be downloaded from the link given below. Extract the contents of the download file and load the MSP430_ControlWare project in Code Composer Studio and upload the code to the MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). You can also view the video for the demonstration of the GUI. 
     
    Future Upgrades:  First thing that i will do this weekend is to implement a scheme for making the serial communication more efficient. There are way too many comparisons in the current code and i would definitely like to reduce that by a significant amount. Secondly, i will improve the PWM part to allow user to select the frequency as well. I would like to have suggestions on what more i should do with the User Interface.
     
    For any queries and suggestions, feel free to drop me a mail or reply to this post.
     
    MSP430 ControlWare.rar 
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from RobG in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Hi all!  This is my first post on 43oh forum. I am currently working on a project which i think the 43oh community members will like.   :grin: 
     
    Project Description: The main aim of the project was to create a Simple, Easy to control Graphic User Interface (GUI) to control various pins on MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). The GUI for this purpose was created using Visual C# and can be used on any Windows based System.
     
    (GUI in action)
                                                                                                                                                                             
     


    Features:
    The GUI allows the user to test and develop hardware without having to write any code for the device. Pins configured GPIO can be turned "LOW" or "HIGH". The present version of the GUI enables real time data acquisition and plotting. The data obtained from the pins configured as "ADC" can also be stored in an Excel Sheet. Data from Internal Temperature Sensor of the uC can be obtained and plotted as well. The GUI enables the user to Generate three independent PWM Signals and vary the Duty Cycle. Instructions:  You need to upload a code to the MSP430g2553 microcontroller for working with the GUI. The code and the application GUI can be downloaded from the link given below. Extract the contents of the download file and load the MSP430_ControlWare project in Code Composer Studio and upload the code to the MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). You can also view the video for the demonstration of the GUI. 
     
    Future Upgrades:  First thing that i will do this weekend is to implement a scheme for making the serial communication more efficient. There are way too many comparisons in the current code and i would definitely like to reduce that by a significant amount. Secondly, i will improve the PWM part to allow user to select the frequency as well. I would like to have suggestions on what more i should do with the User Interface.
     
    For any queries and suggestions, feel free to drop me a mail or reply to this post.
     
    MSP430 ControlWare.rar 
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from JWoodrell in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Hi all!  This is my first post on 43oh forum. I am currently working on a project which i think the 43oh community members will like.   :grin: 
     
    Project Description: The main aim of the project was to create a Simple, Easy to control Graphic User Interface (GUI) to control various pins on MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). The GUI for this purpose was created using Visual C# and can be used on any Windows based System.
     
    (GUI in action)
                                                                                                                                                                             
     


    Features:
    The GUI allows the user to test and develop hardware without having to write any code for the device. Pins configured GPIO can be turned "LOW" or "HIGH". The present version of the GUI enables real time data acquisition and plotting. The data obtained from the pins configured as "ADC" can also be stored in an Excel Sheet. Data from Internal Temperature Sensor of the uC can be obtained and plotted as well. The GUI enables the user to Generate three independent PWM Signals and vary the Duty Cycle. Instructions:  You need to upload a code to the MSP430g2553 microcontroller for working with the GUI. The code and the application GUI can be downloaded from the link given below. Extract the contents of the download file and load the MSP430_ControlWare project in Code Composer Studio and upload the code to the MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). You can also view the video for the demonstration of the GUI. 
     
    Future Upgrades:  First thing that i will do this weekend is to implement a scheme for making the serial communication more efficient. There are way too many comparisons in the current code and i would definitely like to reduce that by a significant amount. Secondly, i will improve the PWM part to allow user to select the frequency as well. I would like to have suggestions on what more i should do with the User Interface.
     
    For any queries and suggestions, feel free to drop me a mail or reply to this post.
     
    MSP430 ControlWare.rar 
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from oPossum in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Hi all!  This is my first post on 43oh forum. I am currently working on a project which i think the 43oh community members will like.   :grin: 
     
    Project Description: The main aim of the project was to create a Simple, Easy to control Graphic User Interface (GUI) to control various pins on MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). The GUI for this purpose was created using Visual C# and can be used on any Windows based System.
     
    (GUI in action)
                                                                                                                                                                             
     


    Features:
    The GUI allows the user to test and develop hardware without having to write any code for the device. Pins configured GPIO can be turned "LOW" or "HIGH". The present version of the GUI enables real time data acquisition and plotting. The data obtained from the pins configured as "ADC" can also be stored in an Excel Sheet. Data from Internal Temperature Sensor of the uC can be obtained and plotted as well. The GUI enables the user to Generate three independent PWM Signals and vary the Duty Cycle. Instructions:  You need to upload a code to the MSP430g2553 microcontroller for working with the GUI. The code and the application GUI can be downloaded from the link given below. Extract the contents of the download file and load the MSP430_ControlWare project in Code Composer Studio and upload the code to the MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). You can also view the video for the demonstration of the GUI. 
     
    Future Upgrades:  First thing that i will do this weekend is to implement a scheme for making the serial communication more efficient. There are way too many comparisons in the current code and i would definitely like to reduce that by a significant amount. Secondly, i will improve the PWM part to allow user to select the frequency as well. I would like to have suggestions on what more i should do with the User Interface.
     
    For any queries and suggestions, feel free to drop me a mail or reply to this post.
     
    MSP430 ControlWare.rar 
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from Automate in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Hi all!  This is my first post on 43oh forum. I am currently working on a project which i think the 43oh community members will like.   :grin: 
     
    Project Description: The main aim of the project was to create a Simple, Easy to control Graphic User Interface (GUI) to control various pins on MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). The GUI for this purpose was created using Visual C# and can be used on any Windows based System.
     
    (GUI in action)
                                                                                                                                                                             
     


    Features:
    The GUI allows the user to test and develop hardware without having to write any code for the device. Pins configured GPIO can be turned "LOW" or "HIGH". The present version of the GUI enables real time data acquisition and plotting. The data obtained from the pins configured as "ADC" can also be stored in an Excel Sheet. Data from Internal Temperature Sensor of the uC can be obtained and plotted as well. The GUI enables the user to Generate three independent PWM Signals and vary the Duty Cycle. Instructions:  You need to upload a code to the MSP430g2553 microcontroller for working with the GUI. The code and the application GUI can be downloaded from the link given below. Extract the contents of the download file and load the MSP430_ControlWare project in Code Composer Studio and upload the code to the MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). You can also view the video for the demonstration of the GUI. 
     
    Future Upgrades:  First thing that i will do this weekend is to implement a scheme for making the serial communication more efficient. There are way too many comparisons in the current code and i would definitely like to reduce that by a significant amount. Secondly, i will improve the PWM part to allow user to select the frequency as well. I would like to have suggestions on what more i should do with the User Interface.
     
    For any queries and suggestions, feel free to drop me a mail or reply to this post.
     
    MSP430 ControlWare.rar 
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from V0JT4 in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Hi all!  This is my first post on 43oh forum. I am currently working on a project which i think the 43oh community members will like.   :grin: 
     
    Project Description: The main aim of the project was to create a Simple, Easy to control Graphic User Interface (GUI) to control various pins on MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). The GUI for this purpose was created using Visual C# and can be used on any Windows based System.
     
    (GUI in action)
                                                                                                                                                                             
     


    Features:
    The GUI allows the user to test and develop hardware without having to write any code for the device. Pins configured GPIO can be turned "LOW" or "HIGH". The present version of the GUI enables real time data acquisition and plotting. The data obtained from the pins configured as "ADC" can also be stored in an Excel Sheet. Data from Internal Temperature Sensor of the uC can be obtained and plotted as well. The GUI enables the user to Generate three independent PWM Signals and vary the Duty Cycle. Instructions:  You need to upload a code to the MSP430g2553 microcontroller for working with the GUI. The code and the application GUI can be downloaded from the link given below. Extract the contents of the download file and load the MSP430_ControlWare project in Code Composer Studio and upload the code to the MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). You can also view the video for the demonstration of the GUI. 
     
    Future Upgrades:  First thing that i will do this weekend is to implement a scheme for making the serial communication more efficient. There are way too many comparisons in the current code and i would definitely like to reduce that by a significant amount. Secondly, i will improve the PWM part to allow user to select the frequency as well. I would like to have suggestions on what more i should do with the User Interface.
     
    For any queries and suggestions, feel free to drop me a mail or reply to this post.
     
    MSP430 ControlWare.rar 
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from bluehash in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Hi all!  This is my first post on 43oh forum. I am currently working on a project which i think the 43oh community members will like.   :grin: 
     
    Project Description: The main aim of the project was to create a Simple, Easy to control Graphic User Interface (GUI) to control various pins on MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). The GUI for this purpose was created using Visual C# and can be used on any Windows based System.
     
    (GUI in action)
                                                                                                                                                                             
     


    Features:
    The GUI allows the user to test and develop hardware without having to write any code for the device. Pins configured GPIO can be turned "LOW" or "HIGH". The present version of the GUI enables real time data acquisition and plotting. The data obtained from the pins configured as "ADC" can also be stored in an Excel Sheet. Data from Internal Temperature Sensor of the uC can be obtained and plotted as well. The GUI enables the user to Generate three independent PWM Signals and vary the Duty Cycle. Instructions:  You need to upload a code to the MSP430g2553 microcontroller for working with the GUI. The code and the application GUI can be downloaded from the link given below. Extract the contents of the download file and load the MSP430_ControlWare project in Code Composer Studio and upload the code to the MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). You can also view the video for the demonstration of the GUI. 
     
    Future Upgrades:  First thing that i will do this weekend is to implement a scheme for making the serial communication more efficient. There are way too many comparisons in the current code and i would definitely like to reduce that by a significant amount. Secondly, i will improve the PWM part to allow user to select the frequency as well. I would like to have suggestions on what more i should do with the User Interface.
     
    For any queries and suggestions, feel free to drop me a mail or reply to this post.
     
    MSP430 ControlWare.rar 
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    Jaspreet@DTU got a reaction from spirilis in MSP430 ControlWare Project   
    Hi all!  This is my first post on 43oh forum. I am currently working on a project which i think the 43oh community members will like.   :grin: 
     
    Project Description: The main aim of the project was to create a Simple, Easy to control Graphic User Interface (GUI) to control various pins on MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). The GUI for this purpose was created using Visual C# and can be used on any Windows based System.
     
    (GUI in action)
                                                                                                                                                                             
     


    Features:
    The GUI allows the user to test and develop hardware without having to write any code for the device. Pins configured GPIO can be turned "LOW" or "HIGH". The present version of the GUI enables real time data acquisition and plotting. The data obtained from the pins configured as "ADC" can also be stored in an Excel Sheet. Data from Internal Temperature Sensor of the uC can be obtained and plotted as well. The GUI enables the user to Generate three independent PWM Signals and vary the Duty Cycle. Instructions:  You need to upload a code to the MSP430g2553 microcontroller for working with the GUI. The code and the application GUI can be downloaded from the link given below. Extract the contents of the download file and load the MSP430_ControlWare project in Code Composer Studio and upload the code to the MSP430 Launchpad (MSP430g2553 uC). You can also view the video for the demonstration of the GUI. 
     
    Future Upgrades:  First thing that i will do this weekend is to implement a scheme for making the serial communication more efficient. There are way too many comparisons in the current code and i would definitely like to reduce that by a significant amount. Secondly, i will improve the PWM part to allow user to select the frequency as well. I would like to have suggestions on what more i should do with the User Interface.
     
    For any queries and suggestions, feel free to drop me a mail or reply to this post.
     
    MSP430 ControlWare.rar 
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