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Open 7400 prize: EZ430-RF2500 and OLED Booster Pack from 43oh forum

Posted on Thursday, September 13th, 2012 in 7400 contest, contest by DP

The 43oh forum donated an EZ430-RF2500 and a 43oh Terminal OLED Booster Pack to the Open 7400 Competition.  Get your entry in and this and other cool hardware can be yours.

The eZ430-RF2500 is a complete wireless development tool for the MSP430 and CC2500. It includes all the hardware and software required to develop an entire wireless project with the MSP430 in a convenient USB stick form.

A Booster Pack fills your display needs. The 43oh OLED sits right on top of the LaunchPad and is controlled via a simple 4 wire SPI interface.

A huge thanks to the 43Oh forum for sponsoring the 2012 Open 7400 Logic Competition!

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One Response to “Open 7400 prize: EZ430-RF2500 and OLED Booster Pack from 43oh forum”

  1. bluehash says:

    Hi All from the 43oh community. We wish whoever is participating the best of luck!

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