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Fast Forth for MSP430FRxxxx
jmThoorens posted a topic in ProjectsHi to all, are you interested in assembler language programming? if so, this could be of interest to you. the basic idea is a 5kB kernel embedded on a MSP430FRxxxx, capable of downloading source files, interpreting and compiling them. Associated with a minimalist IDE: a text editor, a generic preprocessor and a terminal to communicate with the embedded kernel. What is the craziest wish of a microcontroller programmer? In my opinion, it would be that once his source is modified, he clicks on the "build" shortcut of the editor and in a second, the program is compiled on the targ
Sensorless BLDC Motor Controller: Modular SystemI've just started a project "Sensorless BLDC Motor Controller: Modular System" on Kickstarter. It is open source hardware/firmware project. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/946939931/sensorless-bldc-motor-controller-modular-system Event driven finite state machines (FSM) approach was used for this sensorless BLDC motor controller firmware. The programming language is C and there is no operating system. It was implemented by myself from scratch based on the well known motor control, other algorithms and the firmware is a totally open source product. What the implemented firm
How read DHT11Hello everyone, I just started programming in C ++ to solve a small university project. I am a newbie in programming that's why I ask you a hand in writing the code. I'm working with Msp430fr5739 and the temperature and humidity sensor is the DHT11. The connections have already been made and we have to write the code. I already have the library DHT11 and I'm working in CCS. Can someone share a code that works and allows me to read the values of temperature and humidity? Thank you (and sorry for my english)
MSP430FR vs M0+ which is better for battery-less operationHi All, My company is interested in developing passive sensors that are capable of harnessing energy from the environment, so basically the sensor are completely dead and without power until there's either light, temperature difference, vibration, or RF illumination. So I do not care about high current draw in sleep mode. In this type of environmentwhat would work best? MSP430FR? or M0+? Current draw during start-up on the MSP430 is also a problem, which is roughly 1 ms. Looking at the EMF32 Zero Gecko, Its list as 400us with a 24MHz clock. It seems to me that Zero Gecko would be a