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Hello, I am a long time Arduino user, and I was tempted by the $20 price on the newest "Connected" launchpad TM4C1294XL. Seemed mighty powerful for the price! So I am basicly a noob only when it comes to this platform, and I've been going thru the tutorials and 'getting started' videos and I'm still stuck. First of all, I am trying to get started and the "Blink" example does not work on this board. Apparently because whatever I/O pin that Energia maps as "RED_LED" is not the same as any of the I/O pins that drive the 4 LEDS on my TM4C1294XL board. According to the docs for my board,
I've just started playing around with my msp430 ez-2013 that my uncle gave me a while back (I've been too busy with school and whatnot until now ) and am trying to use the ez-2013 to control a transistor that will flash an externally powered LED. So far I've had no luck with it. I'm using a 2n222 transistor with a 10k ohm resistor from P1.0 on the ez-2013 to the base and a 10k ohm resistor on the emitter, with the anode of the LED attatched to the collector and the cathode attached to +6V. The resistor on the emitter is attached to ground. The led is powered seperately from the microcontrol
Hello 430h family. I'm from ?stanbul/Turkey. I've just graduated from Electrical and Electronics Engineering at June and now I am a M. Sc student at Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering. At my bachelors degree, I've never interested in microprocessors or anything like that, I've just got a microprocessors lesson at bachelors but that's all, no application, no projects etc. But at my M. Sc class, I've got " Embedded Systems " lesson to learn that kinda things. And our lecturer said if you don't make an embedded systems project you SHALL NOT PASS So I think, for noobs like me, MSP430