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  1. Dear all I have bought a new msp430fr2355 launch pad. I was doing my setup coding test on that board using energia as a fast tool. I tried to blink the built in LED and works well.when i tried to use serial to print a string on terminal, nothing appear and sometimes freeze up the LED blinking. too, i tested the pins connection in the PCB (msp launch pad) and everything was fine. so what the problem with serial interface?!.Thanks in advance
  2. Hi all, I am connecting the MSP430F5529 with DAC128S085 , I want to start coding this DAC using Energia to generate different waveform shapes, I just would like to know how to start, how to control the pins of this DAC through Energia? Thank you, Sali
  3. I have the chip number MSP430FR6989 and I want to use it to read 10 analog DC signals then do some processing (multiply them by certain factors) after that I want to convert them back to analog using PWM and RC filter, my issue is in the second part , how to use timers( set period , duty cycles) of the MSP430 to produce PWMs from the analog inputs. This is the code: #include <msp430.h> #define ACLK 0x0100 // Timer ACLK source #define UP 0x0010 // Timer UP mode #define ENABLE_PINS 0xFFFE // Required to use inputs and outputs #define ENABLE_PINS 0xFFFE // Enables inputs and outputs void ADC_SETUP(void); // Used to setup ADC12 peripheral const int x1=1; const int x2=1; volatile int multiplied_value,duty; main() { PM5CTL0 = ENABLE_PINS; // Enable inputs and outputs P1DIR =BIT0; // Set RED LED to output ADC_SETUP(); // Sets up ADC peripheral while(1) { ADC12CTL0 = ADC12CTL0 | ADC12ENC; // Enable conversion ADC12CTL0 = ADC12CTL0 | ADC12SC; // Start conversion while ( ADC12BUSY == 1){ multiplied_value = (ADC12MEM0); if (multiplied_value > 0x800) // If input > 1.65V { P1OUT = BIT0; // Turn on red LED } else // Else input <= 1.65V { P1OUT = 0x00; // Turn off red LED } P1DIR |= BIT5; // P1.5 to output P1SEL1 |= BIT5; // P1.5 to TA0.1 TA0CCTL1 = OUTMOD_7; // CCR1 reset/set TA0CCR1 = multiplied_value*65536/3.3 ; duty=TA0CCR1;// CCR1 PWM duty cycle TA0CCR0 =1000; // PWM Period TA0CTL = TASSEL_2 + MC_1; // SMCLK, up mode _BIS_SR(LPM0_bits); // Enter LPM0 } } } void ADC_SETUP(void) { #define ADC12_SHT_16 0x0200 // 16 clock cycles for sample and hold #define ADC12_ON 0x0010 // Used to turn ADC12 peripheral on #define ADC12_SHT_SRC_SEL 0x0200 // Selects source for sample & hold #define ADC12_12BIT 0x0020 // Selects 12-bits of resolution #define ADC12_P92 0x000A // Use input P9.2 for analog input //#define ADC12_P43 0x000A //#define ADC12_P32 0x000A //#define ADC12_P93 0x000A //#define ADC12_P14 0x000A //#define ADC12_P20 0x000A //#define ADC12_P41 0x000A ADC12CTL0 = ADC12_SHT_16 | ADC12_ON ; // Turn on, set sample & hold time ADC12CTL1 = ADC12_SHT_SRC_SEL; // Specify sample & hold clock source ADC12CTL2 = ADC12_12BIT; // 12-bit conversion results ADC12MCTL0 = ADC12_P92; // P9.2 is analog input //ADC12MCTL1 = ADC12_P43; } I have the voltmeter, when I measure the frquency at the pin1.5 it gives me a number reanges between 14kHz to 0.11.. I'm not sure if I used PWM correctly?
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