40-pin Target Development Board and MSP-FET Programmer Bundle for MSP430F5x MCUs

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Description

The MSP-FET is a powerful flash emulation tool to quickly begin application development on the MSP430 MCU. It includes USB debugging interface used to program and debug the MSP430 in-system through the JTAG interface or the pin saving Spy Bi-Wire (2-wire JTAG) protocol. The flash memory can be erased and programmed in seconds with only a few keystrokes, and since the MSP430 flash is ultra-low power, no external power supply is required.

The debugging tool interfaces the MSP430 to the included integrated software environment and includes code to start your design immediately. The MSP-FET development tools supports development with all MSP430 flash devices.

The MSP-TS430RHA40A is a standalone 40-pin ZIF socket target board used to program and debug the MSP430 MCU in-system through the JTAG interface or the Spy Bi-Wire (2-wire JTAG) protocol.

Device Support: The MSP-TS430RHA40A development board supports MSP430FR572x and MSP430FR573x FRAM MCUs in a 40-pin QFN package (TI package code: RHA).

MSP430FR57xx MCU with FRAM soldering guidance:


Higher temperature exposure to FRAM may impact the first initial memory read. Therefore during board soldering it is recommended to follow the current JEDEC J-STD-020 specification with peak reflow temperatures not higher than classified on the device label on the shipping boxes or reels. Programming of devices with user application code should only be performed post reflow soldering. Factory programmed information such as calibration values are designed to withstand the temperatures normally reached in the current JEDEC J-STD-020 specification.

In general, hand soldering is not recommended. However, if hand soldering is required for application prototyping, peak temperature must not exceed 250°C for longer than 30 seconds durations. In addition, user application code should not be programmed prior to hand soldering.


 

The ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) classification for this tool will be the same as the included microcontrollers. To find ECCN information for a microcontroller, see the datasheet for that device.

Any use made of Texas Instruments (TI) classifications, whether it be ECCNs or HTS, is without recourse to TI and at the user’s risk. HTS and export classifications are subject to change. Your company, as the exporter of record, is responsible for determining the correct classification of any item at the time of export. Any HTS or export classification by TI is for TI’s internal use only and shall not be construed as a representation or warranty regarding the proper export classification nor relied upon to make licensing determinations.

Features
  • USB debugging interface (MSP-FETF) connects a flash-based MSP430 MCU to a PC for real-time, in-system programming and debugging
  • Technical specifications:
    • Software configurable supply voltage between 1.8 and 3.6 volts at 100mA
    • Supports JTAG Security Fuse blow to protect code
    • Supports all MSP430 boards with JTAG header
    • Supports both JTAG and Spy-Bi-Wire (2-wire JTAG) debug protocols
  • Development board (MSP-TS430RHA40A) with a 40-pin ZIF socket fitting MSP430 derivatives in 40-pin QFN (RHA) packages includes an LED indicator, JTAG adapter, and header pin-outs for prototyping
  • Supports all debugging interfaces using a standard 14-pin JTAG header such as the MSP-FET

What's Included

  • Development board with 40-pin QFN (RHA) ZIF socket (MSP-TS430RHA40A)
  • JTAG Header cable
  • MSP430 USB debugging Interface (MSP-FET)
  • Two MSP430FR5739IRHA FRAM memory silicon devices


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MSP-FET430U40A:
MSP430FR5xxx 40-Pin FET tool and target board combination




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User guides (2)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 7055 07 Aug 2017 21,992
PDF 4390 26 Jun 2017 10,532
Design files (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
ZIP 688 21 Dec 2010 130

Development Tools (4)

Name Part Number Tool Type
MSP430 USB Debugging Interface  MSP-FET430UIF  JTAG Emulators/ Analyzers 
Code Composer Studio (CCS) Integrated Development Environment (IDE)  CCSTUDIO  SW Development Tools, IDEs, Compilers 
GCC - Open Source Compiler for MSP Microcontrollers  MSP430-GCC-OPENSOURCE  SW Development Tools, IDEs, Compilers 
IAR Embedded Workbench  IAR-KICKSTART  SW Development Tools, IDEs, Compilers 

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (3)

Name Part Number Tool Type
MSP-EXP430FR5739 Experimenter Board  MSP-EXP430FR5739  Evaluation Modules & Boards 
MSP-TS430RHA40A- 40-pin Target Development Board for MSP430FRxx FRAM MCUs  MSP-TS430RHA40A  Evaluation Modules & Boards 
MSP430 In-System Gang Programmer  MSP-GANG430  Evaluation Modules & Boards 

TI Devices (20)

Part Number Name Product Family
MSP430FR5720  MSP430FR5724 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 4 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5721  MSP430FR5725 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 4 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5722  MSP430FR5722 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 8 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5723  MSP430FR5723 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 8 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5724  MSP430FR5724 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 8 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5725  MSP430FR5725 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 8 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5726  MSP430FR5726 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 16 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5727  MSP430FR5727 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 16 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5728  MSP430FR5728 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 16 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5729  MSP430FR5729 8 MHz ULP microcontroller with 16 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5730  MSP430FR5730 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 4 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5731  MSP430FR5731 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 4 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5732  MSP430FR5732 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 8 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5733  MSP430FR5733 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 8 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5734  MSP430FR5734 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 8 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5735  MSP430FR5735 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 8 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5736  MSP430FR5736 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 16 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO, and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5737  MSP430FR5737 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 16 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5738  MSP430FR5738 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 16 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 21 IO, 10-bit ADC and comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
MSP430FR5739  MSP430FR5739 24 MHz ULP microcontroller with 16 KB FRAM, 1 KB SRAM, 32 IO, 10-bit ADC & comparator  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 

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