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Datasheet Texas Instruments MSP430G2202IRSA16R

Texas Instruments MSP430G2202IRSA16R

Manufacturer:Texas Instruments
Series:MSP430G2202
Part Number:MSP430G2202IRSA16R

MSP430G2x32, MSP430G2x02 Mixed Signal Microcontroller 16-QFN -40 to 85

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Status

Lifecycle StatusActive (Recommended for new designs)
Manufacture's Sample AvailabilityNo

Packaging

Pin1616
Package TypeRSARSA
Industry STD TermVQFNVQFN
JEDEC CodeS-PQFP-NS-PQFP-N
Package QTY30003000
CarrierLARGE T&RLARGE T&R
Device MarkingG2202M430
Width (mm)44
Length (mm)44
Thickness (mm).9.9
Pitch (mm).65.65
Max Height (mm)11
Mechanical DataDownload »Download »

Parametrics

ADCN/A
AESN/A
Active Power (uA/MHz)320
Additional FeaturesWatchdog
Brown Out Reset
Approx. Price (US$)0.50 | 1ku
BSLNone
CPUMSP430
Frequency(MHz)16
GPIO Pins(#)16
I2C1
Max VCC3.6
Min VCC1.8
MultiplierN/A
Non-volatile Memory (KB)2
Operating Temperature Range(C)-40 to 85
Package GroupQFN
Package Size: mm2:W x L (PKG)See datasheet (PDIP)
RAM(KB)0.25
RatingCatalog
SPI1
Special I/OCapacitive Touch I/O
Standby Power (LPM3-uA)0.7
Timers - 16-bit1
Wakeup Time (us)1.5

Eco Plan

RoHSCompliant
Pb FreeYes

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Semiconductors > Microcontrollers (MCU) > MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs > MSP430G2x/i2x

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

  • Evaluation Modules & Boards: 430BOOST-CC110L
    CC110L RF BoosterPack
    Lifecycle Status: Active (Recommended for new designs)
  • Evaluation Modules & Boards: 430BOOST-SENSE1
    MSP430 Capacitive Touch BoosterPack
    Lifecycle Status: Active (Recommended for new designs)
  • Evaluation Modules & Boards: MSP-TS430PW28A
    MSP-TS430PW28A - 28-pin Target Development Board for MSP430F2x and MSP430G2x MCUs
    Lifecycle Status: Active (Recommended for new designs)
  • Evaluation Modules & Boards: MSP-EXP430G2
    MSP430 LaunchPad Value Line Development kit
    Lifecycle Status: Active (Recommended for new designs)
  • JTAG Emulators/ Analyzers: ENERGYTRACE
    MSP EnergyTrace Technology
    Lifecycle Status: Active (Recommended for new designs)

Application Notes

  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 192 Kb, 07-02-2012
    MSP430 Microcontroller Based Solar LED Lantern-Boost Topology
    Currently, LEDs are available in high power ranging from .25 watts to 10 watts. Due to this, it is possible to utilize them for the design of electronic lanterns. This application report describes the circuit and software required for building a low-cost electronic LED lantern based on MSP430 value line microcontroller series.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 1.1 Mb, 05-21-2013
    Capacitive Touch Sensing, MSP430 Button Gate Time Optimization and Tuning Guide
    MSP430™ microcontroller based capacitive touch buttons can offer increased performance when properly optimized and tuned for their specific application. Performance benefits that result from button optimization can include, but are not limited to, decreased power consumption, improved response time, and the ability to grow a design to include more buttons. This application report provides th
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 1.0 Mb, 05-21-2013
    Capacitive Touch Sensing, MSP430 Slider and Wheel Tuning Guide
    This application report provides guidelines on how to tune capacitive touch sliders and wheels running on the MSP430™ microcontrollers. It identifies the hardware and software parameters as well as explains the steps used in tuning sliders and wheels.The slider and wheel tuning is based on the APIs defined within the Capacitive Touch Sense Library (CAPSENSELIBRARY).
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 784 Kb, Revision: A, 11-17-2015
    Capacitive Touch Hardware Design Guide (Rev. A)
    Capacitive touch detection is sometimes considered more art than science. This often results in multiple design iterations before the optimum performance is achieved. There are, however, good design practices for circuit layout and principles of materials that need to be understood to keep the number of iterations to a minimum. This design guide describes a process for creating and designing capac
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 373 Kb, Revision: B, 08-14-2013
    1-uA Capacitive Grip Detection Based on MSP430 Microcontrollers (Rev. B)
    This application report discusses how to design a simple and ultra low-power grip detector BoosterPack for the MSP430 LaunchPad™. The PINOSC feature in every msp430G2xx2 and msp430G2xx3 device makes it possible to eliminate all the external components when implementing a capacitive touch design. All the components used in the grip detector, such as capacitive sensors, LEDs are all integrate
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 220 Kb, Revision: D, 08-10-2016
    Migrating From MSP430F2xx, MSP430G2xx Families to MSP430FR4xx/FR2xx Family (Rev. D)
    This application report helps to ease the migration from MSP430F2xx flash-based MCUs to the MSP430FR4xx/FR2xx family of FRAM-based MCUs. It discusses programming, system, hardware, core architecture, and peripheral considerations. The intent is to highlight key differences between the two families. For more information on the use of the MSP430FR4xx and MSP430FR2xx devices, see the MSP430FR4xx and
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 179 Kb, Revision: E, 11-03-2016
    Migrating from the MSP430F2xx,G2xx Family to the MSP430FR58xx/FR59xx/68xx/69xx (Rev. E)
    This application report enables easy migration from MSP430F2xx flash-based MCUs to the MSP430FR58xx/FR59xx/68xx/69xx family of FRAM-based MCUs. For the migration guide to MSP430FR57xx, see Migrating From the MSP430F2xx Family to the MSP430FR57xx Family. It covers programming, system, and peripheral considerations when migrating firmware. The intent is to highlight key differences between the two f
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