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Fifth Annual Worldwide 430 Day to Highlight MSP430 MCU Ultra-Low Power, Ease of Use and Versatility
Attendees Receive Free MSP430 Collector’s Kit and Capacitive Touch Boards at TI’s 430 Day
During the free half-day seminar live demos and presentations facilitated by distribution partners worldwide at the 430 Day events will teach embedded application designers how the MSP430 MCU platform enables countless system design possibilities with its modern 16-bit RISC architecture, advanced peripheral set and wide portfolio – all while maintaining ultra-low MCU power consumption. The sessions will include an overview, product and roadmap updates, and technical demonstrations. Attendees will also learn how MSP430 development tools – including the $20 eZ430-F2013 tool, the new capacitance touch target board and other resources such as the new $99 MSP430 Experimenter’s Board – provide designers with many versatile solutions helping to simplify their embedded designs.
In a compact Universal Serial Bus (USB) stick form factor, the eZ430-F2013 is the world's smallest, complete MCU development tool. Alternative target boards for the eZ430 tool include the T2012 board from TI and the MSP-Mojo board from TI third party Quickfilter Technologies as well as the limited edition capacitive touch target board given out at 430 Day 2007. The MSP430 Experimenter’s Board includes two 16-bit MSP430 devices and a TI (Chipcon) radio frequency (RF) module connecter for developing low power wireless networks. For more information on eZ430-F2013 tool and the MSP430 Experimenter’s Board, see www.ti.com/ez430 or www.ti.com/430expboard, respectively.
TI Enables Innovation with Broad Range of Controllers
From ultra low power MSP430 and 32-bit general purpose TMS470 ARM7® family-based MCUs to high performance TMS320C2000™ digital signal controllers, TI offers designers the broadest range of embedded control solutions. Designers can also accelerate their design to market by tapping into TI’s complete software and hardware tools, extensive third party offerings and technical support. For more information on the broad range of TI’s controllers, see www.ti.com/mcu.
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