MSP430F5310 breakout board

Posted on Monday, November 14th, 2011 in MSP430 by DP

Here’s a breakout board for the MSP430F5310 16bit 3.3volt microcontroller running at 25MHz, available in 48 pin QFP packages.It breaks out the pins of the MSP430F5310 uC and has all the bypass capacitors to make it work.

Via the contact form.

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One Response to “MSP430F5310 breakout board”

  1. Boseji says:

    For more info you can have a look at the Following Links:
    2. GitHub Link
    And dont forget to buy a BusPirate that can help you in debugging most of your stuff.
    Thanks to DangerousPrototypes!

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