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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 1 MSP430F2xx Family Enhancements and Features Mike Mitchell MSP430 Applications Engineer Texas Instruments
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 2 • Enhancements • Application Examples • Devices & Summary Agenda
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 3 MSP430 Products Integration F/C41x F42x0 Fx42x F44x Performance Future Development Sampling Production Device 5xx-Consumer 25 MIPS+ 128-256 KB USB-Zigbee TM F21x1 F22xx F13x-F16x 2xx-Catalog 16 MIPS 1-120KB 500 nA Stand By 1xx-Catalog 8 MIPS 1-60KB Fx43x F20xx F12xx F/C11xx F543x F23x-F26x FG563x F = Flash C = Custom ROM Signal Chain on Chip F26xx F/CG46xx F5xx 4xx- Application Specific •8 M IPS • 4-120KB LCD Driver
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 4 MSP430F2xx – What’s Different Faster Lower power New peripherals Compatible migration path with the ‘1xx Great starting point for new applications Complete family of new devices planned
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 5 MSP430F1xx Versus MSP430F2xx ALL Some BOR 2.2V 2.7V Flash ISP SW Invalid Address Clock Fault SW Watchdog HF/LF HF OscFault 1us 6us Wakeup Hackproof 2^256 BSL Oscillator P1/2 Stand-by CPU Clock + 2.5% + 20% Pull-up / Down - <1uA <2uA 16MHz 8MHz 2xx 1xx 2X faster 1/2 power Improved
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 6 F2xx 16MIPS On-Demand Interrupt Oscillator
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 7 F2xx Flash FLASH (x) 512B Segments 8-bit Peripherals Boot Loader RAM (4) 64B 16-bit Peripherals Interrupt Vectors Fast <20us /byte ISP ISP down to 2.2V Interruptible ISP/Erase Reduced size 64B info memory segments Lock(able) info segment A Improved BSL security Protection against program/erase from accidental BSL entry Segment 0 Segment 1 Segment x Segment A B C D
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 8 Achieving Ultra-low Power Max time in Ultra-low Power LPM3 standby mode Active Performance on-demand Minimum active duty cycle
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 9 F2xx Basic Clock+ LFXT1 XTAL Oscillator ± <1uA LPM3 standby mode ± XTAL CAPs programmable ± OSCfault LF/(XT) ± New VLO Improved DCO ± < 1us 0-to-16MHz ± + 2.5% DCO ± Programmable frequency VLO not in ’21x1 MCLK CPUOFF SMCLK SCG1 ACLK DCO 16MHz SCG0 OSCOFF LFXT1 Oscillator LF Min. Puls Filter Min. Puls Filter Digitally Controlled Oscillator VLO OSC_Fault XT
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 10 F2xx: No XTAL Required – DCO+
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 11 Loading DCO Calibration Data BCSCTL1 = CALBC1_16MHZ; // DCO = 16MHz DCOCTL = CALDCO_16MHZ; BCSCTL1 = CALBC1_16MHZ; // DCO = 16MHz DCOCTL = CALDCO_16MHZ;
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 12 VLO Specs Wide initial tolerance Temperature drift Voltage drift Calibratable, just like 1xx DCO!
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 13 Calibrating the VLO TAR Calibrated 1 MHz DCO CCRx ACLK/8 from VLO f VLO = 8MHz/Counts Clock Timer_A from calibrated 1MHz DCO Capture with rising edge of ACLK/8 from VLO VLO = 8MHz/counts Library coming soon!
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© 2006 Texas Instruments Inc, Slide 14 Demo: LPM3 Using VLO What is the measured current consumption?
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