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  1. You are not alone on this. Here is my post: Posted 29 April 2015 - 08:34 AM Does anyone know how to implement additional hardware based UART pins for the msp432p401r? I have looked in HardwareSerial.h where the Serial object is instantiated. There are clues here and also in driverlib's uart.h. In uart.h (and uart.cpp) there is a notation for all methods that indicate that they may be called with a parameter (moduleInstance) selecting which hardware serial module to use ie. EUSCI_A0_MODULE, EUSCI_A1_MODULE, EUSCI_A2_MODULE or EUSCI_A3_MODULE. There is also a cryptic notatation in th
  2. Does anyone know how to implement additional hardware based UART pins for the msp432p401r? I have looked in HardwareSerial.h where the Serial object is instantiated. There are clues here and also in driverlib's uart.h. In uart.h (and uart.cpp) there is a notation for all methods that indicate that they may be called with a parameter (moduleInstance) selecting which hardware serial module to use ie. EUSCI_A0_MODULE, EUSCI_A1_MODULE, EUSCI_A2_MODULE or EUSCI_A3_MODULE. There is also a cryptic notatation in the HardwareSerial.cpp file for methods setModule & setPins which states: "/* C
  3. Please check your Conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit @ 26.9 Celsius the correct Fahrenheit value is 80.42 and not the 51.7 as indicated in your table and library.
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