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SG90 servo controller

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Zoltán of PakaHuszar is working on a SG90 servo controller: The original idea was the following: TI Launchpad + SG90 servo, connected to a PC via USB port and it can be controlled from there.

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Educational BoosterPack 8 bit FFT spectrum analyzer

Monday, June 10th, 2013

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rq-kNnLy-OY[/embed] SimpleAVR over at the 430h forum shows off his Educational BoosterPack 8 bit FFT Spectrum Analyzer project: SimpleAVR comes up with unique Launchpad projects. These include his  wire clock and spectrum analyzer projects. This time  he wired the CircuitCo Educational BoosterPack to a Launchpad to sample audio and have...

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TI MCU BoosterPack Design Challenge

Monday, January 21st, 2013

If you've ever thought of designing your own BoosterPack for the TI Launchpad, here's your chance to build your own BoosterPack (BYOB). TI is conducting a TI BoosterPack Design Challenge for hobbyists and makers in the continental US. Prizes include a trip to Design West 2013. Judging criteria include originality...

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DIY MSP430 3p4w clock

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

simpleavr shared the 3p4w clock, another MSP430 alarm clock: this is a simple clock project based on ti MSP430G2231. this comes included in the $4.30 TI Launchpad package. the project objective is to create a working clock with minimal components. Via the project log forum.

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  • Louis Beaudoin: This is great work guys! Placing an order for a sample pack and hope to use the service to make a custom cable soon.
  • Parkview: Another great idea! Be handy to be able to purchase the corresponding SMD and TH sockets as well.
  • Ryan White: Second that. I'd love the option to extend this already awesome tool to RF cables, hoping it's already in the works because I know the...
  • Tom Keddie: Hi Ian, Congrats on the launch. Suggest you name all the CHRO connectors you have as female. It's not done often but you can insert...
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