Using the TI MSP430 Launchpad As an in System Programmer (ISP)

Introduction: Using the TI MSP430 Launchpad As an in System Programmer (ISP)

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In this video instructable, I show you how to use the Texas Instruments MSP430 Launchpad to program your MSP430 chips in circuit.  

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    4 Comments

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    navadeepganesh.ngu
    navadeepganesh.ngu

    1 year ago

    Nice tutorial! Thanks.
    Can I program any MSP430's using Launchpad ISP? Including latest 5 and 6th series?

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    beenab
    beenab

    5 years ago

    Is it possible to connect jumpers by removing the chip from the launchpad. Something similar to this. Kindly note that I am using MSP430 for the first time. Thanks

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    JBaczuk
    JBaczuk

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome tutorial! Just curious, has anyone tried doing multiple chips at the same time with 1 launchpad? I'm guessing one might run into power issues, but I've never tried it.