MSP430™ value line & general purpose microcontrollers
Low-cost, ultra-low-power MCUs for simple sensing and measurement applications
MSP430™ Value Line and General Purpose microcontrollers are low-cost, ultra-low-power MCUs for sensing and measurement applications. The family offers a wide range of FRAM non-volatile memory options from 0.5KB to 256KB and analog and digital peripherals including ADCs, DACs, Op Amps, LCD drivers, AES and more.
- 0.5KB to 256KB non-volatile memory
- Peripherals: ADC, DAC, Op Amp, AES, COMP, LCD
- 16 to 100 pins, wide range of packages
- 4 smart analog combos (DAC & PGA) with ADC & COMPs
- 105ºC extended temperature range
- 32KB of FRAM with 24MHz operation
- Low-cost LaunchPad development kit
Broad, scalable portfolio
The MSP430 value line and general purpose product portfolio offers a wide range of ultra-low-power MCUs available in memory sizes from 0.5KB – 256KB, in a variety of packages ranging from tiny 2mm x 2mm DSBGA to 100-pin LQFP options.
|Segment LCD||Up to 256-segment LCD driver||Up to 320-segment LCD driver|
|Package options||16 to 64 pin TSSOP, VQFN, LQFP and DSBGA packages||48 to 64 pin TSSOP and LQFP packages||24 to 100 pin TSSOP, VQFN, BGA, LQFP and DSBGA packages||56 to 100 pin TSSOP,VQFN, and LQFP packages|
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MSP430FR2355 MCUs integrate four configurable signal-chain modules called smart analog combos, each of which can be used as a 12-bit DAC or a PGA to meet system needs.
The MSP-EXP430FR2355 LaunchPad kit is based on the MSP430FR2355 MCU with 32KB of memory, four configurable smart analog combo modules (12-bit DACs and PGAs), a 12-bit ADC and two comparators.
Smart analog combo
The Smart Analog Combo is a configurable analog peripheral that includes a high-performance, low-power programmable gain amplifier (PGA) with gain up to 33 and a 12-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC).
Benefits of smart analog combo
Reduced system size and cost
- Up to four smart analog combo modules
- Each module can be configured to be a 12-bit DAC, PGA or Op Amp
- Smaller PCB outline
Easy to use
- Straightforward software configuration
- Can be changed on the fly
- LaunchPad™ development kit with out-of-box demo and GUI
A wide variety of applications including:
- Smoke and heat detectors
- Temperature transmitters
- Pulse oximeters
- Gas or air quality detectors
Transimpedance amplifier (TIA)
The integrated transimpedance amplifier (TIA) is a high-performance low-power rail-to-rail output operational amplifier (Op Amp) configured to convert current to voltage.
Function replacement: 25 functions for 25 cents
Developers have the flexibility to customize common analog and digital system-level functions spanning timers, pulse width modulation (PWM), system and housekeeping and communication function. All functions have documentation and a code example for ease of use in your system.
The built-in low-power LCD driver allows MSP430 MCUs to directly control segmented LCD glasses with support for up to 256-segments.