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  1. Thank you again for the input. Power wise I'm pretty OK with all of this. I used the relays in question with a 430 over the summer for a swamp cooler project running a water pump and a fan all at 110V. AC power is dangerous, and I have been lit up once when taking out a hot water heater. Thankfully I survived and treat wall power with the respect it deserves. I'm going to order the proper relays and use some small op amps and diodes I have to trigger them. Thanks for all your help. Hopefully they show up in time to light my house up for halloween!
  2. Thanks for the help. The load will be 110V and up to 2A, maybe 3A. By the time enough transistors were set up to run it properly i'd be better off getting a non-latching version. I want to use the multiple processes and OS of the 432 to make all the lights in my house blink separately so it will look possessed.
  3. Hi everyone, this is my first post. I'm really happy this community is here. I've been into MSP gear for about 2 years now and it has been a lot of fun. I have only been making simple projects but I've learned much and had a ton of fun. The latching relays below work with a MSP430 board, but not a MSP432. V23042- C2108 - B101 http://www.jameco.com/Jameco/Products/ProdDS/2133528.pdf Using standard Blink code in Energia pins 9 &10, 11&12, and a few others were used. Individually pins can sink to activate using 3.3V source on board and also source to activate when using ground on boar
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