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panStamp developing MSP430 based module

Posted on Wednesday, July 17th, 2013 in MSP430, News, open source, Prototypes by the machinegeek

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panStamps are small open source wireless modules designed to add RF connectivity to sensors, MCUs and similar projects. The crew at panStamp is in the process of developing a new module based on the TI CC430F5137 SOC. Programming will be via the Arduino IDE, facilitated through a port being developed by the open sourceEnergia project.

Commercial release of this new line of panStamps is planned for September-October. For more info visit PanStamp.

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