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Over 500 low-power microcontroller devices featuring the world’s only embedded FRAM MCU family, and the lowest power ARM® Cortex™-M4F family, MSP432 MCUs.

  • Lowest standby power: <500nA Standby
  • Lowest active power: 95uA/MHz
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MSP432 LaunchPad

Evaluate MSP’s new 32-bit low-power + performance family with the MSP432 LaunchPad Development Kit.

  • Features low-power + performance MSP432P401R MCU
  • Onboard XDS-110ET emulator featuring EnergyTrace+ Technology
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Technical Documents

Solve design challenges with a comprehensive library of application notes, user's guides, datasheets and more!


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Tools & Software

Move from idea to production quickly with development kits starting at $9.99 and a full range of free and highly optimized IDEs and application specific libraries.


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Support & Community

Have questions? Get answers from the TI E2E support community, as well as our friends at 43oh.com. Don’t forget to check out what’s new on the MSP blog.

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MSP low-power microcontrollers (MCUs) from Texas Instruments (TI) are RISC-based, mixed-signal processors that include smart analog and digital peripherals and offer a number of additional options such as low-power embedded RF and security such as AES encryption. MSP microcontrollers offer the ultimate solution for a wide range of low-power and portable applications. TI provides robust design support for MSP MCUs including technical documents, training, tools, and software.


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Getting Started

Want to learn more about MSP microcontrollers? Explore key technology differentiators like FRAM, smart analog, and RF. Then jumpstart your design with information ranging from selection of the right development environment and tools to application specific libraries and low-power optimizers.

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Low-power microcontrollers (MCUs) from Texas Instruments (TI) are RISC-based, mixed-signal processors that include smart analog and digital peripherals and offer a number of additional options such as low-power embedded RF and security such as AES encryption. TI provides robust design support for the low-power MCUs including technical documents, training, and the hardware and software tools you need to get started today!