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The MSP430F16x Deluxe Development Board

Module by: Patrick Frantz, adrian valenzuela. E-mail the authors

Based on: The MSP430F16x Deluxe Development Board by Patrick Frantz

Summary: This module describes the MSP430F16x Deluxe Development Board.

Overview

This module describes a full-featured development board for the Texas Instruments MSP430F16x series of mixed-signal microprocessors. This hardware system was designed to allow students or engineers to fully excercise and explore the capabilities of the MSP430 microcontroler.

This module is meant to serve as a general technical overview and instruction manual for the development board. The two pictures below show a general block diagram of the development system and a picture of the board that highlights some of the major peripherals.

Figure 1: A simplified system block diagram for the MSP530F16x Deluxe Development Board.
MSP430F16x Development Board Block Diagram
MSP430F16x Development Board Block Diagram (msp430f16x_dlx_bd_640.gif)
Figure 2: A Photo MSP530F16x Deluxe Development Board with Major Peripherals Highlighted.
MSP430F16x Development Board
MSP430F16x Development Board (msp430f16x_dlx.jpg)

System Features Overview

The MSP430F16x deluxe development board was designed to offer acces to a broad range of the peripheral devices available on the MSP430, thus allowing the testing and evaluation of the full capabilities of the MSP430 line of processors.

MSP430F16x Deluxe Development Board Features List

  • Digital Section
    • Texas Instruments MSP430F16x MSP430F16x (1611 or 169) 16-bit microcontroller.
      • 48KB of flash code emory and 10KB of SRAM data with the MSP430F1611.
      • 60KB of flash code emory and 2KB of SRAM data with the MSP430F169.
    • Embedded USB CrossConnect JTAG Emulator.
    • RS-232 Serial PC Interface
    • 2MByte SPI DataFlash
    • 10B-T Ethernet
    • Up to 16 User-Accesible Digital I/Os
    • Dual 7-Segment Displays
    • 2 Debounced User Pushbuttons with Interrupt Capability
    • 3 User LEDs
  • Analog Section
    • Electret Microphone Input
    • 4 Amplified Analog Inputs: 100mVpp, 250mVpp, 500mVpp and 1Vpp (amplification can be bypassed for direct acess to the ADC input)
    • Programmable pre-ADC anti-alias filtering using the MAX7414, a 5th order lowpass Butterworth filter with a tunable f c f c from 1Hz to 15kHz.
    • 2 DAC outputs, one with 0.7W amplification to an 8 Ohm Speaker (amplification can be bypassed for direct access to the DAC output)
    • Programmable post-DAC filtering using the MAX7414
    • MSP control over the following: pre-ADC and post-DAC filter shutdown, pre-ADC and post-DAC filter f c f c , and power amplifier shutdown.
    • System Current Measurement

Supplemental Documents

MSP430F16x Deluxe Development Board Schematics

  • ELEC226 Schematics: The schematics contain all pinouts, header information, and connections between devices on the ELEC226 board.

MSP430F16x - Mixed Signal Microcontroller

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