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  1. Hello All, Brand new Launchpad user here. I have downloaded Energia to use with my MSP432 launchpad. I have tried to download the corresponding driver (xds110_drivers.zip) from the Energia website. I am using Chrome. When I click download, the download will begin and about halfway through, I will get an error that says "Failed - File incomplete". Is this an issue with the driver file? Is there another location where I can download the corresponding driver? Many thanks! MSP432P401R REV B -Conner
  2. Hello. New here and having trouble getting my Mac Mini (10.12) to recognise the 3200 LauchpadXL. Other non-TI boards and FTDI adaptors show up fine in Arduino/Energia. Anybody got experience of why the port would not show? No obvious devices are showing in /dev Many thanks.
  3. For my next project I have to use a Nokia 5110 LCD with a MSP430G2553. After searching for a while on the internet I came across RobG's SPI-based driver. It's a great driver, but the problem is that I'll be using a I2C chip in this project too, so I decided to create a bit-bang driver. The code is extremely well documented and you should easily be able to use it for anything you want. Here's the GitHub repo: msp430-nokia-5110.
  4. Hi I want to make a network controlled WiFi strip and was looking for solutions. I ran across the classical "Mosfet RGB trick" and so on. I also saw that Pololu provided a more a less plug and play solution for these led strips. https://github.com/pololu/pololu-led-strip-arduino . I downloaded the source and just tried "compile" in Energia, of course it was complaining ;-). It complained about <EEPROM.h> which I changed by the MspFlash library, then it complained it couldn't find the _enable_irq() and _disable_irq() methods which I changed by _enable_interrupt() and _disable_interrupt(). I also did the following includes. #include "Energia.h" #include <msp430.h> #include <legacymsp430.h> So basically after some trial and error, basically including the right libraries and changing some names I compiled and got a success message. But since I'm not owning one of these strips I couldn't really test it. So I wonder if my modifications make the library really work? I provided the source code, so if anybody could take a look I'd be more than happy. PololuLedStrip.tar.gz
  5. 3 channel, high power LED driver, built to fit 10W RGB LEDs (those things are blindingly bright!) Now on Tindie.
  6. About a year ago, in an effort to reduce cost of my DMX decoders, I have started to look for an alternative to MSP430. One chip that really fit the bill was STM8S003K3. It has 1K RAM, it's fairly cheap, comes in package that is easier to solder than TSSOP, has 5V operating voltage (less parts and cheaper parts,) HF crystal oscillator, UART, and 4 channel timer. In addition, STM has few nice low cost DISCOVERY eval boards, some of them cost only $7. My initial work was halted for various reasons, but last week I have decided to resume and the software is almost done. However, not everything went as smooth as I have expected and after this whole experience with STM8, if I had to choose between TI and STM, I would definitely go with TI. Don't get me wrong, I will still use STM8S/L, but MSP430 will remain my #1 choice. And since I am feeling adventurous, I am thinking of finally diving into the world of Atmel, maybe rediscover Microchip. Next week, I will be working with Freescale's Kinetis.
  7. Here is a code library for a 7seg display/led/button module available cheaply on dealextreme. Code works well and I've found it useful, though I've had some trouble integrating it into other projects. Credit goes to Dan Oprescu (robotrandi <at> gmail <dot> com) http://trandi.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/tm1638-display-driver-for-stellaris-launchpad/
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