An example of a microcontroller breakout of the MSP430G2553 from Texas InstrumentsDesigned by Happy Little PCBs in United States of America
NOTE: There is NO WAY to program this board without external hardware. You would need either an existing MSP430 dev kit or other programmer (highly recommend MSP-EXP430G2ET) Once programmed, the DI...Read More…
NOTE: There is NO WAY to program this board without external hardware. You would need either an existing MSP430 dev kit or other programmer (highly recommend MSP-EXP430G2ET) Once programmed, the DIP-20 MSP430 can be placed in the socket, and you're off and running! You can also attach wires to the programming port and upload that way.
This is a board I designed to teach KiCAD to students and coworkers. It's an incredibly simple breakout for the MSP430 that, under perfect circumstances, 'can' be put together in under an hour. To do it right takes more like two hours, but sadly the silkscreen limits me to one hour, and we all know the silkscreen doesn't lie ;)
Files on GitHub if you want to build your own, plus I have a few extra that should be on Tindie shortly! I made up 20 for the initial demo and have handed them out, this listing is for one assembled board. If you want the PCB only, I have those too, feel free to reach out on hackaday.io
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