User s Guide ' MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board

User s Guide ' MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board
User's Guide
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Contents
Preface ....................................................................................................................................... 5
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Getting Started ................................................................................................................... 7
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User Experience Software .................................................................................................... 9
2.1
Introduction ............................................................................................................... 9
2.2
Main Menu ............................................................................................................... 9
2.3
Clock ..................................................................................................................... 10
2.4
Games ................................................................................................................... 10
2.5
Power Tests ............................................................................................................ 10
2.6
Demo Apps ............................................................................................................. 11
2.7
SD Card Access ....................................................................................................... 12
2.8
Settings Menu .......................................................................................................... 12
Software Installation and Debugging ................................................................................... 13
3.1
Software ................................................................................................................. 13
3.2
Download the Required Software .................................................................................... 13
3.3
Working With the Example Software ................................................................................ 13
MSP-EXP430F5529 Hardware .............................................................................................. 17
4.1
Hardware Overview .................................................................................................... 17
4.2
Jumper Settings and Power .......................................................................................... 18
4.3
eZ-FET Emulator ....................................................................................................... 21
4.4
MSP-EXP430F5529 Hardware Components ...................................................................... 21
Frequently Asked Questions, References, and Schematics .................................................... 24
5.1
Frequently Asked Questions ......................................................................................... 24
5.2
References .............................................................................................................. 24
5.3
Schematics and BOM ................................................................................................. 25
1.1
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board Introduction
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List of Figures
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User Experience Navigation ............................................................................................... 9
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Selecting a CCS Workspace ............................................................................................. 14
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Opening Existing Project ................................................................................................. 14
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Simple Hardware Overview .............................................................................................. 17
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Hardware Block Details ................................................................................................... 18
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Common Power Jumper Settings ....................................................................................... 18
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Visual Power Schematic .................................................................................................. 20
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MSP430 Current Measurement Connection ........................................................................... 21
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Schematics (1 of 7)........................................................................................................ 25
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Schematics (2 of 7)........................................................................................................ 26
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Schematics (3 of 7)........................................................................................................ 27
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Schematics (4 of 7)........................................................................................................ 28
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Schematics (5 of 7)........................................................................................................ 29
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Schematics (6 of 7)........................................................................................................ 30
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Schematics (7 of 7)........................................................................................................ 31
List of Tables
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MSP-EXP430F5529 Jumper Settings and Functionality ............................................................. 19
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Push Buttons, Potentiometer, and LED Connections................................................................. 22
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Pinning Mapping for Header J4.......................................................................................... 23
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Pin Mapping for Header J5 ............................................................................................... 23
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Pin Mapping for Header J12 ............................................................................................. 23
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Bill of Materials............................................................................................................. 32
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If You Need Assistance
The primary sources of information for MSP430 devices are the data sheets and the family user's guides.
The most up-to-date versions of these documents can be found at www.ti.com/msp430.
Information specific to the MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board can be found at www.ti.com/usbexp.
Customer support for MSP430 devices and the MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board is provided by
the Texas Instruments Product Information Center (PIC), as well as on the TI E2E (Engineer-2-Engineer)
Forum at the link below.
Contact information for the PIC can be found on the TI web site at: support.ti.com.
The MSP430 Specific E2E forum is located at: community.ti.com/forums/12.aspx.
Related Documentation from Texas Instruments
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board User's Guide (SLAU330)
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board User Experience Software
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board Quick Start Guide (SLAU339)
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board PCB Design Files (SLAR055)
MSP430F552x Code Examples (SLAC300)
FCC Warning
This equipment is intended for use in a laboratory test environment only. It generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and has not been tested for compliance with the limits of computing
devices pursuant to subpart J of part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against radio frequency interference. Operation of this equipment in other environments may
cause interference with radio communications, in which case the user, at his own expense, will be
required to take whatever measures may be required to correct this interference.
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Getting Started
1.1
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board Introduction
The MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board is a development platform based on the MSP430F5529 with
integrated USB. The Experimenter Board showcases the abilities of the latest family of MSP430s and is
perfect for learning and developing USB-based applications using the MSP430. The features include a
102x64 dot-matrix LCD, microSD memory card interface, 3-axis accelerometer, five capacitive-touch pads,
RF EVM expansion headers, nine LEDs, an analog thumb-wheel, easy access to spare F5529 pins,
integrated Spy-Bi-Wire flash emulation module, and standard full JTAG pin access. The kit is
pre-programmed with an out-of-box demo to immediately demonstrate the capabilities of the MSP430 and
Experimenter Board. This document details the hardware, its use, and the example software.
Figure 1. MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board
The MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board is available for purchase from the TI eStore:
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Two mini-USB cables
Battery holder
1GB microSD card
Quick start guide
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User Experience Software
2.1
Introduction
The MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board arrives with a User Experience application installed to
demonstrate a few of the capabilities of the MSP430F5529. Set the power switch to "LDO", and connect
your PC to the "5529 USB" connection as shown in Figure 2. A splash screen displaying the TI logo
should appear on the LCD. Wait approximately three seconds, or press either the S1 or S2 button, to
display the Main Menu. Use the thumb wheel to navigate up and down the menu items on the LCD
screen. Press the S1 pushbutton to enter a selection, or press the S2 pushbutton to cancel.
Figure 2. User Experience Navigation
2.2
Main Menu
The main menu displays a list of applications and settings that demonstrate key features of the
MSP430F5529. Use the thumb wheel on the bottom right of the PCB to scroll up and down through the
menu options. Use the push-buttons to enter and exit menu items. Press S1 to enter a menu item. Press
S2 to return to a previous menu or to cancel an operation. Each application in the main menu is described
in the following sections.
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Clock
Select this option from the main menu to bring up the Clock sub-menu. Press S2 to return to the previous
menu.
NOTE: The User Experience software initializes the real-time clock to 04:30:00 - 01/01/2011 when
powered is applied to the MSP430.
Digital Clock: Displays an image of a digital watch with the current time and date.
Analog Clock: Displays an image of an analog clock with the current time.
Set Time: Allows the user to set the current time. Use the scroll wheel to change the value of the current
selection. Press push-button S1 is used to advance to the next field. The clock changes take affect after
the last field is updated.
2.4
Games
Select this option from the main menu to bring up the Games sub-menu. Press S2 to return to the
previous menu.
Defender: The player controls a small spaceship. The object of the game is to fly through a tunnel without
hitting the walls and to successfully navigate around mines scattered throughout the tunnel.
Press S1 or S2 to begin the game. Use the wheel to move the ship up and down and press S1 or S2 to
shoot a missile. As the game progresses, the tunnel gets narrower and the game speeds up. After the
player's ship crashes, the score is displayed.
Simon: A version of the famous memory game. The objective of the game is to match a randomly
generated sequence of LEDs displayed on the touch pads. After the sequence is displayed, the user must
touch the correct pads in the same sequence.
The game begins with a single-symbol sequence and adds an additional symbol to the sequence after
each successful response by the user. The game ends when the user incorrectly enters a sequence. The
number of turns obtained in the sequence is then displayed.
Tilt Puzzle: A version of the famous "8-puzzle" game. The game consists of a 3 by 3 grid with eight
numbers and one empty space. The game utilizes the on-board accelerometer to shift numbers up-down
and left-right. The objective of the game is to have the sum of the numbers in each row and column equal
to twelve. Press S1 to begin a new game if the current game is unsolvable. The nature of the game is that
there is a 50% probability the game is not solvable.
2.5
Power Tests
Select this option from the main menu to bring up the Power Test sub-menu. Press S2 to return to the
previous menu.
The Power Test menu contains two demonstrations that allow the user to externally measure the current
consumption of the MSP430 in both active mode and low-power mode. Current consumption can be
measured using a multi-meter with current measuring capabilities (ammeter). Remove the jumper on "430
PWR" (JP6) and connect a multi-meter in series with the MSP430 VCC supply. This connection can be
made using the two large vias near the "430 PWR" text on the PCB. See Section 4 for more details on this
connection.
Active Mode: Demo for measuring active mode current of the MSP430. Instructions are presented on
screen. Press S1 to continue to the application.
Press S2 to return to the Power Tests sub-menu.
The Active Mode menu consists of two columns. The left column controls the core voltage (VCORE) of the
MSP430F5529, and the right column controls MCLK. The right column displays only those MCLK
frequencies that are valid for the current VCORE setting. The capacitive touch pads at the bottom of the
board control which column is currently active. The wheel scrolls through the options in the active column.
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Press S1 to enter Measurement Mode. While in measurement mode, measure the current by attaching a
multi-meter across the 430 PWR holes and removing the 430 PWR jumper J6. Replace the 430 PWR
jumper after making the measurement, then press S1 or S2 to return to the Active Mode menu.
Press S2 to return to the Power Tests sub-menu
Low Power Mode: Selecting Low Power Mode takes the user to an information screen with directions on
how to navigate the Low Power Mode menu. Press S1 to continue on to the application.
Press S2 to return to the Power Tests sub-menu.
In the Low Power Mode menu, use the wheel to select a low-power mode option, then press S1 to enter
low-power mode. While in low-power mode, measure the current by attaching a multi-meter across the
430 PWR holes and removing the 430 PWR jumper.
Press S1 or S2 to return to the Low Power Mode menu.
2.6
Demo Apps
Select this option from the main menu to bring up the Demo Apps sub-menu, which allows access to
various demo applications. Many of them require a USB connection. Use the wheel to select one of the
options and then press S1 to enter the application. Press S2 to return to the main menu.
Terminal Echo uses the CDC stack to communicate with a hyperterminal on the PC. USB Mouse uses the
HID stack to interface with the PC.
Terminal Echo: Select Terminal Echo to display an informational screen and connects to the PC. Make
sure to connect a USB cable from the USB port labeled "5529 USB" to the host PC. Open a hyperterminal
window and connect to the MSP430. Text that is typed in the hyperterminal window is echoed back to the
terminal and is displayed on the LCD screen of the Experimenter Board.
Press S2 to exit and return Demo Apps sub-menu.
USB Mouse: Select USB Mouse to display an informational screen and connects to the PC. Make sure to
connect a USB cable from the USB port labeled "5529 USB" to the host PC. The MSP430 now acts as the
mouse for the PC. Tilt the board to move the mouse around the screen, and press S1 to click.
Press S2 to exit and return Demo Apps sub-menu.
USB microSD: Select USB microSD to connect to the PC as a mass storage device. Make sure to
connect a USB cable from the USB port labeled "5529 USB" to the host PC. The MSP430 shows as an
external drive (or removable drive) for the PC.
Press S2 to return to the Demo Apps sub-menu.
Touch Graph: Select Touch Graph to display an instruction screen for a very short time and then launch
the application. Touch the capacitor key pads with varying pressures to see the varying capacitance being
displayed as bars with varying heights. Slide a finger over multiple capacitor key pads to observe the
change in heights of bars with respect to the current position of the finger and also the effect of
capacitance from neighboring pads.
Press S2 to exit and return Demo Apps sub-menu.
Touch Slide: Select Touch Slide to display an instruction screen for a very short time and then launch the
application. Touch the capacitor key pads with varying pressures to see the varying capacitance being
displayed as bars with varying heights. Slide a finger over multiple capacitor key pads to observe the
change in heights of bars with respect to the current position of the finger and also the effect of
capacitance from neighboring pads.
Press S2 to exit and return Demo Apps sub-menu.
Demo Cube: Select Demo Cube to launch the demo cube application. Read the instructions and press S1
to start the application. There are two modes. Use S1 to toggle between them.
In the first mode, the cube randomly rotates by itself. In the second mode, the cube can be rotated by
tilting the board. This mode uses the accelerometer.
Press S2 to exit and return Demo Apps sub-menu.
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SD Card Access
Select SD Card Access to access a microSD card placed in the SD card reader at the top of the board. If
no SD card is present, a warning screen is displayed. When an SD card is present, the screen displays a
list of the contents of the card. Directories are denoted by "<d>". Use the wheel to scroll through the list
and select files or directories to open by pressing S1. When a file is open, use the wheel to scroll further
through the file. Press S2 to close the current file or directory.
Press S2 while in the root directory to return to the main menu.
2.8
Settings Menu
Select Settings to modify the display settings for the Experimenter Board. Use the wheel to select the
setting to modify and press S1 to enter.
Press S2 to return to the main menu.
Contrast: Modify the contrast of the LCD by turning the wheel. When first entering the menu, the contrast
remains unchanged for a few seconds to allow the user to read the instructions and then changes to the
setting for the current position of the wheel.
After the contrast is set at the desired level, press S2 to return to the Settings sub-menu.
Backlight: Modify the brightness of the backlight by turning the wheel. There are 12 brightness settings,
from having the backlight turned off up to full brightness.
After the backlight is set at the desired level, press S2 to return to the Settings sub-menu.
Calibrate Accel: Sets the "default" position for the accelerometer. An instruction screen is shown first. For
best results, set the board on a flat surface. Press S1 to start calibrations. The accelerometer readings at
that point in time are stored to flash and are subtracted from the subsequent accelerometer readings of
other applications like USB Mouse and USB Tilt Puzzle.
SW Version: Displays the current version of the firmware loaded on the Experimenter Board.
LEDs & Logo: Lights all the LEDs on the board. There are one red, one yellow, one green, and five blue
LEDs on the capacitive touch pads. This provides a method to determine whether or not all the LEDs are
in working condition.
The screen also displays the TI Bug and a USB Flash Drive logo on the screen.
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Software Installation and Debugging
3.1
Software
Texas Instruments' Code Composer Studio (CCS) is an MSP430 integrated development environment
(IDE) designed specifically to develop applications and program MSP430 devices. CCS, CCS Core
Edition, and IAR Embedded Workbench can all be used to evaluate the example software for the
Experimenter Board. The compiler limitation of 8KB prevents IAR KickStart from being used for the
evaluation of the example software. The example software, titled "User Experience," is available online as
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board User Experience Software.
3.2
Download the Required Software
Different development software tools are available for the MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board
development board. IAR Embedded Workbench KickStart and Code Composer Studio (CCS) are both
available in a free limited version. IAR Embedded Workbench KickStart allows 8KB of C-code compilation.
CCS is limited to a code size of 16KB. The software is available at www.ti.com/msp430.
The firmware is larger than IAR KickStart's 8KB limit, so a full license of IAR Workbench is required to
compile the application using IAR. A 30-day evaluation version of IAR is also available from
http://supp.iar.com/Download/SW/?item=EW430-EVAL. This document describes working with Code
Composer Studio (CCS).
There are many other compilers and integrated development environments (IDEs) for MSP430 that can be
used with the MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board, including Rowley Crossworks and MSPGCC.
However, the example project has been created using Code Composer Studio (CCS) and IAR. For more
information on the supported software and the latest code examples visit the online product folder
(http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/msp-exp430f5529.html).
3.3
Working With the Example Software
The MSP-EXP430F5529 example software is written in C and offers APIs to control the MSP430F5529
chip and external components on the MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board. New application
development can use this library for guidance.
The example software can be downloaded from the MSP-EXP430F5529 tools page, MSP-EXP430F5529
Experimenter Board User Experience Software. The zip package includes the MSP-EXP430F5529
example software. The code is ready for compilation and execution.
To
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modify, compile, and debug the example code the following steps should be followed:
If you have not already done so, download the sample code from the MSP-EXP430F5529 tools page.
Install 5529UE-x.xx-Setup.exe installation package to the PC.
Connect the MSP-FET430UIF programmer to the PC. If you have not already done so, install the
drivers for the programmer.
4. Connect one end of the 14-pin cable to JTAG programmer and another end to the JTAG header on the
board.
5. Open CCS and select a workspace directory (see Figure 3).
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Figure 3. Selecting a CCS Workspace
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Select Project > Import Existing CCS/CCE Eclipse Project.
Browse to the extracted project directory. The project should now show up in the Projects list (see
Figure 4).
Make sure the project is selected, and click Finish.
Figure 4. Opening Existing Project
The project is now open. To build, download, and debug the code on the device on the
MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board, select Target > Debug Active Project or click the green 'bug'
button.
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You may be prompted to update the firmware on the MSP-FET430UIF programmer. Do not be concerned;
click the button that says Update, and the program download should continue as expected.
NOTE: To begin developing your own application, follow these steps:
1. Download and install a supported IDE:
Code Composer Studio – Free 16KB IDE: www.ti.com/ccs
IAR Embedded Workbench KickStart – Free 8KB IDE: www.ti.com/iar-kickstart
2. Connect the MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board "eZ-FET" USB to the PC.
3. Download and debug your application.
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Basic Code Structure
"Capacitive Touch Sensing" library with functions related to the capacitive
touch pads.
CCS
CCS-specific project files
CCS_Code_Size_Limited CCS-specific project files for 16kb code size limited version
F5xx_F6xx_Core_Lib
Core Libraries
FatFs
Stack for the FAT file system used by SD Card
IAR
IAR-specific project files
MSP-EXP430F5529_HAL Provides an abstraction layer for events like button presses, etc.
HAL_AppUart
Functions for controlling application UART
HAL_Board
Experimenter Board port initialization and control
HAL_Buttons
Driver for the buttons on the Experimenter Board
HAL_Cma3000
Functions required to use on-board accelerometer
HAL_Dogs102x6
Driver for the DOGS 102x64 display
HAL_Menu
Used to create the menus for the example software and applications
HAL_SDCard
Driver for the SD Card module
HAL_Wheel
Driver for the scroll (thumb) wheel
USB
USB stack for the Experimenter Board
UserExperienceDemo
Files related to the example software provided with the board
5xx_ACTIVE_test
Runs a RAM test
Clock
Displays analog and digital clocks. Also provides a function to set time and
date.
Demo_Cube
Displays a auto/manual rotating cube (uses accelerometer)
DemoApps
Contains the demos for capacitive touch
EchoUsb
HyperTerminal application
LPM
Provides options for various low-power modes
MassStorage
Use microSD as external storage on computer
menuGames
Play LaunchPad Defender or Simon
Puzzle
Play Tilt-puzzle
Mouse
Use the Experimenter Board as a mouse
PMM
Active low-power modes. Choose VCORE and MCLK settings.
PowerTest
Test the current consumption of various low-power modes
Random
Random number generator
SDCard
Access microSD card contents on the Experimenter's Board
Settings
Options to set various parameters like contrast, brightness, etc.
UserExperience.c
Main MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board file
MSP-EXP430F5529 User Experience Manifest.pdf
readme.txt
CTS
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4.1
Hardware Overview
Figure 5 and Figure 6 show the functional blocks and connections of the MSP-EXP430F5529
Experimenter Board. The area of the PCB labeled as "eZ430-FET Emulator" and bordered by a thick
broken line on the PCB silk screen is an integrated TI Flash Emulation Tool (FET) which is connected to
the Experimenter Board by the jumpers on JP16. This module is similar to any eZ430 emulator, and
provides real-time in-system Spy-Bi-Wire programming and debugging via a USB connection to a PC.
Using the eZ430-FET Emulator module eliminates the need for using an external MSP430 Flash
Emulation Tool (MSP-FET430UIF). However, full speed 4-wire JTAG communication is only possible with
a MSP-FET430UIF connected to the "5529 JTAG" header. For additional details on the installation and
usage of the Flash Emulation Tool, Spy-Bi-Wire and JTAG, see the MSP430 Hardware Tools User's
Guide (SLAU278).
Figure 5. Simple Hardware Overview
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Figure 6. Hardware Block Details
4.2
Jumper Settings and Power
Figure 7 shows the common jumper settings, depending on the power source for the MSP-EXP430F5529
Experimenter Board.
Figure 7. Common Power Jumper Settings
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There are also other jumpers available for current measurement, disconnection of certain peripherals, and
other advanced options (see Table 1). The black line on the board below the jumpers JP8 (LDO) and
JP11 (JTAG) indicates the default jumper position.
Table 1. MSP-EXP430F5529 Jumper Settings and Functionality
Header
Functionality When Jumper
Absent
Functionality When Jumper Present
JP2 – POT
Connects pin P8.0 to potentiometer
Disconnects pin P8.0 to
potentiometer
JP3 – LED1
Connects pin P1.0 to LED1
Disconnects pin P1.0 to LED1
JP6 – 430 PWR
Provides power to MSP430F5529. Also used to measure current MSP430F5529 is not powered.
consumption of the MSP430F5529.
NOTE: The two large vias near the
"430 PWR" label on the PCB
are connected to JP6 as well.
These vias can be used to
easily connect a test lead onto
the PCB for current
consumption measurement.
JP7 – SYS PWR
Provides power to the entire MSP-EXP430F5529 board. Also
used to measure current consumption of the entire board.
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powered.
JP8 – LDO
Only applicable when powering via "5529 USB" connection.
ALT (Default): Connects the alternate LDO (TPS73533) to the
MSP430 VCC.
INT: Connects the internal 'F5529 LDO to the MSP430 VCC.
No connection to MSP430 VCC when
powered via "5529 USB".
JP11 – JTAG
Only applicable when powering via JTAG connection.
EXT (Default): JTAG tool does NOT provide power to system.
INT: JTAG tool will provide power to system.
JTAG tool does NOT provide power
to system.
JP14 – RF PWR
Connects system VCC to the RF headers: J12, J13, and RF2.
RF headers: J12, J13, and RF2 do
not have power.
JP15 – USB PWR
Connects USB 5-V power to MSP430F5529 and Alternate LDO
(TPS73533).
USB 5-V power not connected to
system.
JP16 – eZ-FET
Connection
DVCC: Connects MSP430 VCC to eZ-FET
TXD / RXD: Connects UART between F5529 and eZ-FET.
RST / TEST: Connects Spy-Bi-Wire JTAG between F5529 and
eZ-FET.
No connection between
MSP430F5529 and the eZ-FET.
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Figure 8 shows a visual diagram of the power connections for the MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter
Board. Care should be observed when using multiple power sources such as USB and a battery at the
same time. This could lead to the battery being charged if the power settings are not correct.
Figure 8. Visual Power Schematic
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Figure 9 shows a method of connecting a multi-meter to the MSP-EXP430F5529 to measure the current
of the MSP430F5529.
Figure 9. MSP430 Current Measurement Connection
4.3
eZ-FET Emulator
The connection between the eZ-FET emulator and the MSP-EXP430F5529 can be opened by removing
the jumpers on JP16. This is necessary only to ensure there is no interaction between the two
sub-systems. The eZ-FET Emulator can program other eZ430 tools such as the eZ430-F2013 target
board as well. A six-pin header on J17 would need be installed on the PCB for this feature.
The USB interface on the eZ-FET emulator also allows for UART communication with a PC host, in
addition to providing power to Experimenter Board when the power switch is set to 'eZ'. The USCI module
in the MSP430F5529 supports the UART protocol that is used to communicate with the TI TUSB3410
device on the eZ-FET emulator for data transfer to the PC.
4.4
4.4.1
MSP-EXP430F5529 Hardware Components
Dot-Matrix LCD
The EA DOGS102W-6 is a dot-matrix LCD with a resolution of 102x64 pixels. The LCD has a built-in
back-light driver that can be controlled by a PWM signal from the MSP430F5529, pin P7.6. The
MSP430F5529 communicates with the EA DOGS102W-6 via an SPI-like communication protocol. To
supplement the limited set of instructions and functionalities provided by the on-chip LCD driver, an LCD
driver has been developed for the MSP430F5529 to support additional functionalities such as font set and
graphical utilities. More information on the LCD can be obtained from the manufacturer's data sheet.
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Push Buttons, Potentiometer, and LEDs
Table 2 describes the pin connections for the potentiometer, push-button switches, and the on-board
LEDs.
Table 2. Push Buttons, Potentiometer, and LED
Connections
Peripheral
P8.0
Switch 1 (S1)
P1.7
Switch 2 (S2)
P2.2
RESET Switch (S3)
4.4.3
Pin Connection
Potentiometer Wheel
RST / NMI
LED1
P1.0
LED2
P8.1
LED3
P8.3
Capacitive Touch Pad 1 (Cross)
P1.1
Capacitive Touch Pad 2 (Square)
P1.2
Capacitive Touch Pad 3 (Octagon)
P1.3
Capacitive Touch Pad 4 (Triangle)
P1.4
Capacitive Touch Pad 5 (Circle)
P1.5
Wireless Evaluation Module Interface
Included in the communication peripherals are the headers that support the CC-EM boards from TI. The
transceiver modules connect to the USCI of the MSP430F5529 configured in SPI mode using the UCB0
peripheral. Libraries that interface the MSP430 to these transceivers are available at www.ti.com/msp430
under the Code Examples tab. The RF PWR jumper must be populated to provide power to the EM
daughterboard. The following radio daughter cards are compatible with the MSP-EXP430F5529
Experimenter Board:
• CC1100EMK/CC1101EMK – Sub-1-GHz radio
• CC2500EMK – 2.4-GHz radio
• CC2420EMK/CC2430EMK – 2.4-GHz 802.15.4 [SoC] radio
• CC2520EMK/CC2530EMK – 2.4-GHz 802.15.4 [SoC] radio
• CC2520 + CC2591 EM (if R4 and R8 0-Ω resistors are connected)
NOTE: Future evaluation boards may also be compatible with the header connections.
4.4.4
eZ430-RF2500T Interface
The eZ430-RF2500T module can be attached to the MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board in one of
two ways – through an 18-pin connector (J12 – eZ RF) or a 6-pin connector (J13 – eZ RF Target). The
pins on the eZ430-RF2500T headers are multiplexed with the pins on the CC-EM headers, which allows
the EZ430-RF2500T module to behave identically to a CC-EM daughterboard. Power must be provided to
the EZ430-RF2500T module by setting the jumper RF PWR (JP14). The eZ430-RF2500T connection
should always be made with the antenna facing off of the board. For more information on the connections
to the required eZ430-RF2500T, see the eZ430-RF2500 Development Tool User's Guide (SLAU227),
available through www.ti.com/ez430.
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Three-Axis Accelerometer
The MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Board includes a VTI digital three-axis accelerometer (part number
CMA3000-D01). The accelerometer supports SPI communication and outputs data for each X, Y and Z
axis. The accelerometer is powered through pin P3.6. This interface, especially in conjunction with other
on-board interfaces such as the LCD, enables several potential applications such as USB mouse
movement emulation and tilt sensing. The example software used the accelerometer for the Tilt Puzzle,
Demo Cube, and USB Mouse. For more information on the accelerometer chip, see the manufacturer's
data sheet (http://www.vti.fi).
4.4.6
Pin Access Headers
The MSP-EXP430F5529 Experimenter Boards includes three headers (J4, J5, and J12) that can be used
as additional connections to external hardware or for signal analysis during firmware development. All pins
except the GND pin are internally selectable as either general purpose input/output pins or as described in
the device datasheet.
Table 3. Pinning Mapping for Header J4
Pin Description
Port Pin
Port Pin
Vcc
VCC
P6.6
Pin Description
CB6 / A6
UCA1RXD / UCA1SOMI
P4.5
P8.1
GPIO – LED2
UCA1TXD / UCA1SIMO
P4.4
P8.2
GPIO – LED3
GPIO
P4.6
P8.0
GPIO – POT
GPIO
P4.7
P4.5
UCA1RXD / UCA1SOMI
A9 / VREF- / VeREF-
P5.1
P4.4
UCA1TXD / UCA1SIMO
GND
GND
P6.7
CB7 / A7
Table 4. Pin Mapping for Header J5
Pin Description
Port Pin
Port Pin
Pin Description
CB8 / A12
VCC
VCC
P7.0
UCB1SOMI / UCB1SCL - SD
P4.2
P7.1
CB9 / A13
UCB1SIMO / UCB1SDA - LCD/SD
P4.1
P7.2
CB10 / A14
UCB1CLK / UCA1STE - LCD/SD
P4.3
P7.3
CB11 / A15
UCB1STE / UCA1CLK - RF
P4.0
P4.1
UCB1SIMO / UCB1SDA - LCD/SD
TB0OUTH / SVMOUT - SD
P3.7
P4.2
UCB1SOMI / UCB1SCL - SD
GND
GND
P7.7
TB0CLK / MCLK
Table 5. Pin Mapping for Header J12
Pin Description
Port Pin
Port Pin
Pin Description
(RF_STE)
P2.6
P3.0
(RF_SIMO)
(RF_SOMI)
P3.1
P3.2
(RF_SPI_CLK)
TA2.0
P2.3
P2.1
TA1.2
TB0.3
P7.5
GND
GND
GPIO
P4.7
P2.4
TA2.1
(RXD)
P4.5
P4.6
GPIO
(TXD)
P4.4
P4.0
UCx1xx
(LED1)
P1.0
P2.0
TA1.1
GND
GND
RF_PWR
RF_PWR
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5.1
Frequently Asked Questions
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1. Which devices can be programmed with the Experimenter Board?
The MSP-EXP430F5529 board is designed specifically to demonstrate the MSP430F5529.
2. The MSP430F5529 is no longer accessible via JTAG. Is something wrong with the device?
Verify that the jumpers are configured correctly. See Section 4 for jumper configuration.
Verify that the target device is powered properly.
If the target is powered locally, verify that the supplied VCC is sufficient to power the board. Check the
device data sheet for the specification.
3. I did every step in the previous question but still could not use or communicate with the device.
Improper programming of the device could lead to a JTAG total lockup condition. The cause of this
problem might be an incorrect device selection when creating a new project in CCS (select
MSP430F5529) or programming the device without a stable power source (low battery, switching the
Power Selector while programming, or absence of the MSP430 power jumper JP6 during
programming).
To solve this, completely reset the device. First unplug all power sources and connections (JTAG and
USB cables). Set the Power Selector Switch to FET mode. Use a jumper cable to briefly short one of
the GND test points with the 430 PWR test point. The device should now be released from the lockup
state.
4. Does the Experimenter board protect against blowing the JTAG fuse of the target device?
No. Fuse blow capability is inherent to all flash-based MSP430 devices to protect user's intellectual
property. Care must be taken to avoid the enabling of the fuse blow option during programming,
because blowing the fuse would prevent further access to the MSP430 device via JTAG.
5. I am measuring system current in the range of 30 mA, is this normal?
The LCD and the LCD backlight require a large amount of current (approximately 20 mA to 25 mA) to
operate. This results in a total system current consumption in the range of 30 mA. If the LCD backlight
is on, 30 mA is considered normal.
To ensure the board is OK, disable the LCD and the LCD backlight and measure the current again.
The entire board current consumption should not exceed 10 mA at this state. Note that the current
consumption of the board could vary greatly depending on the optimization of the board configurations
and the applications.
The expected current consumption for the MSP430F5529 in standby mode (LPM3), for example, is
~2 μA. Operating at 1 MHz, the total current consumption should not exceed ~280 μA.
6. I have trouble reading the LCD clearly. Why is the LCD contrast setting so low?
The LCD contrast is highly dependent on the voltage of the system. Changing power source from USB
(3.3 V) to batteries (~3 V) could drastically reduce the contrast. Fortunately, the LCD driver supports
adjustable contrast. The specific instruction can be found in the LCD user's guide. The
MSP-EXP430F5529 software also provides the function to adjust the contrast using the wheel (see
Section 2.8).
7. When I run the example code, nothing happens on the LCD.
Verify that all jumpers are installed correctly and the 14-pin JTAG cable are properly connected.
5.2
References
•
•
•
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Code Composer Studio (CCStudio) Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
(http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/msp-ccstudio.html)
MSP430 Interface to CC1100/2500 Code Library (PDF: SLAA325) (Associated Files: SLAA325.ZIP)
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Schematics and BOM
The following pages show the schematics and BOM. In addition, the original Eagle CAD schematics and
Gerber files are available for download (SLAR055).
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Part
Value
Package Type
C1
47pF
0805
C2
12pF
0805
C3
DNP
0603
C4
12pF
0805
C5
10µF
0805
C6
47pF
0805
C7
100nF
0805
C8
220n
0603
C9
220n
0603
C10
10uF/6,3V
1210
C11
100n
0603
C12
100n
0805
C13
100n
0805
C14
DNP
0603
C15
10uF/6,3V
1210
C16
100n
0805
C17
470n
0805
C18
10µF
0805
C19
100nF
0805
C20
.1u
0603
C21
.1u
0603
C22
1µF
0805
C23
1µF
0805
C24
1µF
0805
C25
1µF
0805
C26
1µF
0805
C27
1µF
0805
C28
4.7uF
0805
C29
10nF
0805
C30
1µF
0805
C31
.1u
0603
C32
4.7u
0805
C33
0.1u
0603
C34
4u7
0603
C35
10p
0603
C36
10p
0603
C37
10n
0402
C38
33p
0402
C39
33p
0402
C40
1u/6.3V
0603
C41
100n
0402
C42
1u/6.3V
0603
C43
100n
0402
C44
1u/6.3V
0603
C45
22p
0402
C46
22p
0402
C47
100n
0402
C48
100n
0402
C49
100n
0402
C50
10uF/6,3V
1210
CON1
8PIN_SM_MA_HEADER
HEADER 2x4 MALE .1" SMD
CON2
8PIN_SM_MA_HEADER
HEADER 2x4 MALE .1" SMD
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Part
Value
Package Type
CON3
8PIN_SM_MA_HEADER
HEADER 2x4 MALE .1" SMD
D1
LLSD103A-7
Mini MELF
D2
1N4148 Micro MELF
SOD110-R
Device
J1
103308-2
14-Pin Male JTAG Connector
JP2
POT_JMP
HEADER 1x2 MALE .1" TH
JP1E\SMALL_PIN
JP3
LED_JMP
HEADER 1x2 MALE .1" TH
JP1E\SMALL_PIN
J4
HEADER - F5529 PIN ACCESS
HEADER 2x7 MALE .1" TH
J5
HEADER - F5529 PIN ACCESS
HEADER 2x7 MALE .1" TH
JP6
430_PWR
HEADER 1x2 MALE .1" TH
JP7
SYS_PWR
HEADER 1x2 MALE .1" TH
JP1E
JP8
LDO_PWR_SEL
HEADER 1x3 MALE .1" TH
PINHD-1X3/SMALL_PIN
JP1E
J9
22-03-5035
MOLEX 3-PIN MALE HEADER
22-03-5035
J10
HEADER - PWR
HEADER 1x3 MALE .1" TH
PINHD-1X3
JP11
JTAG_PWR_SEN
HEADER 1x3 MALE .1" TH
PINHD-1X3/SMALL_PIN
J12
eZ-RF1 HEADER - RF2500
HEADER 2x9 MALE .1" TH
J13
6-Pin Male eZ430 Connector
6-Pin Male eZ430 Connector
SL127L6TH
JP14
RF_PWR
HEADER 1x2 MALE .1" TH
JP1E
JP15
USB_PWR
HEADER 1x2 MALE .1" TH
JP1E
JP16
eZ430-FET_JMP
HEADER 2x5 MALE .1" TH
JP5Q
J17
6-Pin Male eZ430 Connector
6-Pin Male eZ430 Connector
SL127L6TH
LED1
LEDCHIPLED_0603
0603
LEDCHIPLED_0603
LED2
LEDCHIPLED_0603
0603
LEDCHIPLED_0603
LED3
LEDCHIPLED_0603
0603
LEDCHIPLED_0603
LED4
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
0805 (Surface Mount Bottom)
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
LED5
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
0805 (Surface Mount Bottom)
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
LED6
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
0805 (Surface Mount Bottom)
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
LED7
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
0805 (Surface Mount Bottom)
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
LED8
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
0805 (Surface Mount Bottom)
OSRAM TOPLED Santana Blue LED
LED9
LEDCHIPLED_0603
0603
LED_0603D0603
PAD1
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
PROJECT7264_CC430_PAD
PAD2
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
PROJECT7264_CC430_PAD
PAD3
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
PROJECT7264_CC430_PAD
PAD4
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
PROJECT7264_CC430_PAD
PAD5
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
CAP_TOUCH_PAD
PROJECT7264_CC430_PAD
POT1
EVL-HFKA05B54
POT
EVL-HFKA05B54
Q1
MS3V-T1R 32.768kHz CL
Clock Crystal 32kHz
F20XX_PIR_DEMO_&_EVAL_CM200T
Q2
SMD Oscillator 4MHz
SMD Oscillator 4MHz
QUARZ_HC49_4P-1
Q3
SMD Oscillator 12MHz
SMD Oscillator 12MHz
XTL_FT7AFT10A
R1
47k
0603
R-US_R0603
R2
0R
0603
R-US_R0603
R3
470R
0603
R-US_R0603
R4
470R
0603
R-US_R0603
R5
470R
0603
R-US_R0603
R6
47k
0603
R-US_R0603
R7
680
0805
RES0805
R8
680
0805
RES0805
R9
680
0805
RES0805
R10
680
0805
RES0805
R11
680
0805
RES0805
R12
100K
0603
R-US_R0603
R13
100k
0603
R-US_R0603
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Part
Value
Package Type
Device
R14
100k
0603
R-US_R0603
R15
100K
0603
R-US_R0603
R16
100k
0603
R-US_R0603
R17
47k
0603
R-US_R0603
R18
47k
0603
R-US_R0603
R19
0
0603
R-US_R0603
R20
100k
0603
R-US_R0603
R21
36k 1%
0603
R-US_R0603
R22
27R
0603
R-US_R0603
R23
27R
0603
R-US_R0603
R24
1M
0603
R-US_R0603
R25
1k4
0603
R-US_R0603
R26
100R
0603
R-US_R0603
R27
33k
0603
R-US_R0603
R28
47k
0402
R_SMDR0402
R29
47k
0402
R_SMDR0402
R30
47k
0402
R_SMDR0402
R31
100R
0402
R_SMDR0402
R32
100R
0402
R_SMDR0402
R33
270
0402
R_SMDR0402
R34
DNP
0402
R_SMDR0402
R35
100R
0402
R_SMDR0402
R36
100R
0402
R_SMDR0402
R37
6k8
0402
R_SMDR0402
R38
3k3
0402
R_SMDR0402
R39
10k
0402
R_SMDR0402
R40
15k
0402
R_SMDR0402
R41
33k
0402
R_SMDR0402
R42
1k5
0402
R_SMDR0402
R43
33R
0402
R_SMDR0402
R44
DNP (47k)
0402
R_SMDR0402
R45
DNP (47k)
0402
R_SMDR0402
R46
33R
0402
R_SMDR0402
R47
100k/1%
0402
R_SMDR0402
R48
33k
0402
R_SMDR0402
R49
3k3
0402
R_SMDR0402
R50
100k/1%
0402
R_SMDR0402
R51
3k3
0402
R_SMDR0402
R52
100R
0402
R_SMDR0402
R53
1k5
0402
R_SMDR0402
R54
1k5
0402
R_SMDR0402
RF1
CCxxxx RF EVM HEADER
CCXXXX_20PIN
TFM-110-02-SM-D-A-K
RF2
CCxxxx RF EVM HEADER
CCXXXX_20PIN
TFM-110-02-SM-D-A-K
S1
USER1 PUSHBUTTON
BUTTON
EVQ-11L05R
S2
USER2 PUSHBUTTON
BUTTON
EVQ-11L05R
S3
F5529 RESET PUSHBUTTON
BUTTON
EVQ-11L05R
S4
F5529 USB BSL PUSHBUTTON
BUTTON
EVQ-11L05R
SW1
POWER SELECT SWITCH
DP3T_SWITCH
JS203011CQN
TP1
F5529 VREF+ TEST POINT
TEST_POINT
-
TP2
F5529 VCORE TEST POINT
TEST_POINT
-
TP3
CC430 EM TEST POINT
TEST_POINT
-
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Part
Value
Package Type
Device
TP4
CC430 EM TEST POINT
TEST_POINT
-
TP5
CC430 EM TEST POINT
TEST_POINT
-
TP6
CC430 EM TEST POINT
TEST_POINT
-
TP7
CC430 EM TEST POINT
TEST_POINT
-
TP8
CC430 EM TEST POINT
TEST_POINT
-
TP9
eZ430 F16x TEST POINT (EZ_VBUS)
TEST_POINT
-
TP10
eZ430 F16x TEST POINT (RESET)
TEST_POINT
-
TP11
eZ430 F16x TEST POINT (GND)
TEST_POINT
-
TP12
eZ430 F16x TEST POINT (HTCK)
TEST_POINT
-
TP13
eZ430 F16x TEST POINT (HTMS)
TEST_POINT
-
TP14
eZ430 F16x TEST POINT (HTDI)
TEST_POINT
-
TP15
eZ430 F16x TEST POINT (HTDO)
TEST_POINT
-
U1
F5529 - MSP430F5529
80-LQFP
MSP430F5529IPNR
U2
3-AXIS SPI/I2C ACCELEROMETER SMD
CMA3000
CMA3000-D01
U3
102x64 LCD DISPLAY
EA DOGS102-6
EA DOGS102-6
U3
LED BACKLIGHT
EA DOGS102-6
EA LED39x41-W
U4
Alternate LDO - TPS73533
SC70-5
TPS73533DRBT
U5
LED Backlight Current Source - TPS75105
SON-10
TPS75105DSKR
U6
F5529 USB ESD Protection - TPD2E001
SOT-5
TPD2E001DRLR
U7
eZ430 - MSP430F16x
64-LQFP
MSP430F1612IPMR
U8
eZ430 Level Translator - TXS0104E
14-TSSOP
TXS0104EPWR
U9
eZ430 LDO - TPS77301
8-MSOP
TPS77301DGK
U10
eZ430 - TUSB3410
32-LQFP
TUSB3410VF
U11
eZ430 USB ESD Protection - TPD2E001
SOT-5
TPD2E001DRLR
U12
eZ430 EEPROM - CAT24C128YI
8-TSSOP
CAT24C128YI
USB1
F5529 USB
Mini-USB Through Hole
54819-0519
USB2
eZ430 USB
Mini-USB Through Hole
54819-0519
X1
microSD Card Holder
microSD Card Holder
502702-0891
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