SLAS982A May 2014 – September 2018 MSP430F6745A , MSP430F6746A , MSP430F6747A , MSP430F6748A , MSP430F6749A , MSP430F6765A , MSP430F6766A , MSP430F6767A , MSP430F6768A , MSP430F6769A , MSP430F6775A , MSP430F6776A , MSP430F6777A , MSP430F6778A , MSP430F6779A
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The following resources provide application guidelines and best practices when designing with the MSP430F677xA, MSP430F676xA, and MSP430F674xA devices.
This application report describes the implementation of a 3-phase electronic electricity meter using the TI MSP430F677x(A) metering processors. This application report includes the necessary information with regard to metrology software and hardware procedures for this single-chip implementation.
The design implements a highly accurate 3-phase electric meter system using the MSP430F6779 smart meter SoC. It exceeds all of the requirements for ANSI C12.20 and IEC-62053 Class 0.2 meters. The F6779 SoC is the most integrated polyphase e-meter SoC with 512KB of flash. This allows developers to create a true single-chip smart e-meter with the highest performance and accuracy. In addition, this EVM has tamper detection capabilities which help the engineer develop methods to prevent theft of electricity from utilities.