I’m getting others interested in learning hardware and software and it got me back into looking at these devices and ordering some with the free coupon code. If not, check your wiring, and try again. What happened to the blink rate? Embedded Software Engineer Loft Orbital’s mission is to make space simple for organizations that need Sign in Sign in Remember me Forgot username or password?
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On Sat, Jan 29, at Arduino Robotics Lonnie Honeycutt.
Jon, Thank for the info. At least they aren’t shipping rev B, anymore.
MSP-eZ430U, rev 2.0
Your LED should blink. Before powering on the breadboard, verify with a multimeter that there are no shorts between power and ground, and that power and ground are actually hooked up to the chips’ pins. Demonstrate this code to the TA. The board color is different.
Congratulations, you’ve just wired and tested your first MSP circuit.
How accurate is that clock? I had gotten one of these during the recent free give-away. How many bits do you need to ms the timer output? The photo-resistor is wired this way: Embedded Software Engineer Loft Orbital’s mission is to make space simple for organizations that need On Sat, Jan 29, at 8: Introduction to Microcontrollers Mike Silva.
CSE Lab Assignment 1
Just logging some notes. In the file you just added, change line 21 from include “mspf What happened to the blink rate? The light value from the ADC must change the blink rate. It, and the previously mentioned native comm port support, greatly influenced my decision to switch to Linux for most ez430h my MSP development. Where does that clock come from? It just seemed to work.
You should be able to modify the blink rate in software. Now make your code blink slowly, 1 sec.
If not, check your wiring, and try again. Turn on the eZU debugging interface, which will ez430y up your breadboard. The resistors value has been purposefully left off the schematic.
To verify that your hardware is working properly, program your wired up breadboard with the same code and steps that you used in Part 1 above. So maybe that’s why? In the file you just added, change line 21 from include “mspx20x3.
On Sat, Jan 29, at 4: Often the next step reveals why the current one is important. This makes it an even better deal! I’ll have to try all this on another machine where I haven’t yet done anything like that to verify.