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Datasheet Texas Instruments MSP430F2618TPNR

Texas Instruments MSP430F2618TPNR

Manufacturer:Texas Instruments
Series:MSP430F2618
Part Number:MSP430F2618TPNR

16-Bit Ultra-Low-Power MCU, 116kB Flash, 8KB RAM, 12-Bit ADC, Dual DAC, 2 USCI, HW Mult, DMA 80-LQFP -40 to 105

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Status

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

Packaging

Pin80
Package TypePN
Industry STD TermLQFP
JEDEC CodeS-PQFP-G
Package QTY1000
CarrierLARGE T&R
Device MarkingM430F2618T
Width (mm)12
Length (mm)12
Thickness (mm)1.4
Pitch (mm).5
Max Height (mm)1.6
Mechanical DataDownload »

Parametrics

ADCADC12 - 8ch
AESN/A
Active Power (uA/MHz)365
Additional FeaturesWatchdog
Temp Sensor
Brown Out Reset
Approx. Price (US$)6.35 | 1ku
BSLUART
CPUMSP430
Comparators(Inputs)Yes
DMA3
Frequency(MHz)16
GPIO Pins(#)48
I2C2
Max VCC3.6
Min VCC1.8
Multiplier16x16
Non-volatile Memory (KB)116
Operating Temperature Range(C)-40 to 105
Package GroupLQFP
Package Size: mm2:W x L (PKG)64LQFP: 144 mm2: 12 x 12(LQFP)
RAM(KB)8
RatingCatalog
SPI2
Special I/ON/A
Standby Power (LPM3-uA)0.5
Timers - 16-bit2
UART2
Wakeup Time (us)1

Eco Plan

RoHSCompliant
Pb FreeYes

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Semiconductors > Microcontrollers (MCU) > MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs > MSP430F2x/4x

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

  • Evaluation Modules & Boards: MSP-TS430PN80
    MSP-TS430PN80 - 80-pin Target Development Board for MSP430F2x and MSP430F4x MCUs
    Lifecycle Status: Active (Recommended for new designs)
  • Evaluation Modules & Boards: MSP-TS430PM64
    MSP-TS430PM64 - 64-pin Target Development Board for MSP430F1x, MSP430F2x and MSP430F4x MCUs
    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, 233 Kb, 12-21-2007
    Using the USCI I2C Slave
    This document is an overview of the use of the I2C slave function set for MSP430 devices with the USCI module. The functions provided in the package can be used for MSP430 slave devices performing I2C communication and can handle both transmit and receive requests from I2C masters.Note: The USCI I2C slave package includes a demonstration application that can be used on any MSP430 2xx device wi
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 120 Kb, Revision: A, 11-12-2008
    Migrating From MSP430F16x to MSP430F261x (Rev. A)
    The purpose of this application report is to facilitate the migration of MSP430F167/F168/F169/F1610/F1611/F1612-based designs to the MSP430F261x device family. In the course of this application report, the main differences between the two device families are highlighted, and migration solutions covering both software and hardware aspects are provided.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 205 Kb, 11-07-2007
    Extended Memory Access Using IAR v3.42A and CCE v2
    This application report describes how to access the extended memory in devices with memory greater than 64 KB using the large code/small data model supported by the IAR C/C++ compiler v3.42A and Code Composer Essentials (CCE) v2. The purpose of this application report is to provide an understanding of the extended features of the MSP430X CPU, customizing the linker command file to fit the target s
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 154 Kb, Revision: A, 02-16-2012
    Migrating from the MSP430F2xx Family to the MSP430FR57xx Family (Rev. A)
    This application report enables easy migration from MSP430F2xx Flash-based MCUs to the MSP430FR57xx family FRAM-based MCU. It covers programming, system, and peripheral considerations when migrating firmware. The purpose is to highlight differences between the two families. For more information on the usage of the MSP430FR57xx features, see the MSP430FR57xx Family User's Guide (
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 41 Kb, Revision: A, 09-13-2012
    Migrating from the USCI Module to the eUSCI Module (Rev. A)
    The purpose of this application report is to enable easy migration for designs based on the USCI_A and USCI_B modules to the eUSCI_A and the eUSCI_B modules. The document highlights the new features in the eUSCI module and the main differences between the USCI and the eUSCI modules.
  • 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
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 124 Kb, 02-19-2004
    HDQ Protocol Implementation with MSP430
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 1.2 Mb, 10-10-2003
    MSP430 Isolated FET Interface
    This application report describes how to build an isolated FET interface for the MSP430 Flash Emulation Tool (FET). When developing and debugging line-powered MSP430applications such as motor control, electricity energy meters, power monitoring systems etc. it is important to have electrical isolation for the development tool such that the personnel involved and the connected electronic equipmen
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 228 Kb, 05-31-2006
    Spread-Spectrum Clock Source Using an MSP430
    While spread-spectrum clocking has long since been used in processor and memory clock trees, there are many other clocked systems, such as power supplies or switch-mode amplifiers, that continue to use a single-frequency clock. This can, in turn, generate significant EMI and can make meeting governmental regulations for EMI challenging. These regulations typically set a limit on peak energy within
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 63 Kb, 01-30-2001
    Current Transformer Phase Shift Compensation and Calibration
    This application report demonstrates a digital technique to compensate and calibrate the phase shift of a current (or voltage) transformer used in electric power of energy measurement. Traditional analog compensation is replaced by a digital finite impulse response (FIR) filter. A technique emulating a non-unity power factor (non-UPF) load makes the calibration fully automatic. The calibration tim
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 233 Kb, 10-01-1997
    Generation and Recognition of DTMF Signals With the Microcontroller MSP430
    The first part of the Application Report describes the generation of DTMF signals using the Microcontroller MSP430. Following an explanation of the most important specifications which are involved, the theoretical and mathematical processes will be discussed with which sinusoidal waveforms can be derived from square-wave signals, by making use of appropriate analog filters. Tested examples of soft
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 91 Kb, 10-12-1999
    Economic Voltage Measurement With the MSP430 Family
    This application report describes voltage and current measurement methods using the MSP430 universal timer/port module. The report explains the two measurement methods (charge and discharge) and shows how to measure voltage and current. The equations for the calculations are also given. Further sections show additional applications such as the measurement of two voltage inputs, bridge arrangem
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 49 Kb, 10-18-2000
    Simple 1.5 V Boost Converter for MSP430
    A simple, efficient, low-cost, boost converter to take 1.5 V from a single type-AA alkaline battery to the operating voltage required by the MSP430 family of ultralow-power microcontrollers is described. Expected battery life is up to 1000 hours.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 306 Kb, 06-30-2004
    Choosing an Ultra Low-Power MCU
    This application report describes how to compare ultralow-power MCUs. It discusses the key differences between popular low-power MCUs and how to interpret features and specifications and apply them to application requirements.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 184 Kb, 11-15-2004
    MSP430 LFXT1 Oscillator Accuracy
    This report details the factors that influence achievable accuracy of the low frequency oscillator, specifically for real-time clock (RTC) applications. The intent of this application report is to provide an understanding of MSP430-specific factors influencing real-world achievable RTC accuracy using the LFXT1 oscillator with a standard 32.768 kHz watch crystal and present measurement data support
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 5.5 Mb, 01-21-2000
    MSP430 Family Mixed-Signal Microcontroller Application Reports
    MSP430 Metering Application Report
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 220 Kb, 09-13-2006
    Wave Digital Filtering Using the MSP430
    Digital filtering is an integral part of many digital signal processing algorithms. Digital filters are characterized as either recursive [infinite impulse response (IIR)] or non-recursive [finite impulse response (FIR)] filters. IIR filters require a smaller order for the same set of specifications compared to FIR filters, while FIR filters provide a linear phase property. However, IIR filters, i
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 110 Kb, 12-14-1998
    FSK Modulation and Demodulation With the Microcontroller MSP430
    This application report describes a software program for performing V.23 FSK modem transceiver functions using an MSP430 microcontroller. It makes use of novel filter architecture to perform DSP functions on a processor with only shift and add capabilities.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 125 Kb, 11-04-2004
    CRC Implementation with MSP430
    Cyclic Redundancy Code (CRC) is commonly used to determine the correctness of a data transmission or storage. This application note presents a solution to compute 16-bit and 32-bit CRCs on the ultra low-power TI MSP430 microcontroller for the bitwise algorithm (low memory, low cost) and the table-based algorithm (low MIPS, low power). Both algorithms are presented in C and MSP430 assembly. Test co
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 168 Kb, 02-28-2002
    Mixing C and Assembler with the MSP430
    This application note describes how C and assembler code can be used together within an MSP430 application. The combination of C and assembler benefits the designer by providing the power of a high-level language as well as the speed, efficiency, and low-level control of assembler.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 39 Kb, 10-13-2006
    Random Number Generation Using the MSP430
    Many applications require the generation of random numbers. These random numbers are useful for applications such as communication protocols, cryptography, and device individualization.Generating random numbers often requires the use of expensive dedicated hardware. Using the two independent clocks available on the MSP430F2xx family of devices, it is possible to generate random numbers without s
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 104 Kb, 08-03-2006
    Efficient Multiplication and Division Using MSP430
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 551 Kb, Revision: A, 04-01-2016
    General Oversampling of MSP ADCs for Higher Resolution (Rev. A)
    Multiple MSP ultra-low-power microcontrollers offer analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) to convert physical quantities into digital numbers, a function that is widely used across numerous applications. There are times, however, when a customer design demands a higher resolution than the ADC of the selected MSP can offer. This application report, which is based on the previously-published Oversampl
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 44 Kb, 11-16-2000
    Interfacing the MSP430 and TLC549/1549 A/D Converters
    This application report describes how to interface an MSP430 mixed-signal microcontroller with the TLC549 and TLV1549 3-volt A/D converters. This report is written for the MSP430x11x(1) family, but can be adapted to any MSP430 derivative.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 82 Kb, Revision: A, 10-13-2000
    Interfacing TMS320C5000 DSP to MSP430 Mixed Signal Microcontroller (Rev. A)
    The TMS320C5000™ family of digital signal processors (DSPs) features Host Port Interface Controllers (HPI) and Direct Memory Access Controllers (DMAC) for efficient data movement without any CPU involvement. The HPI enables the DSP to interface to host processors (typically microcontrollers) bidirectionally with minimal or no external interface logic. This application report presents a hardw
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 770 Kb, 01-16-2008
    MSP430 Capacitive Single-Touch Sensor Design Guide
    This application report discusses the design of RC-type capacitive single-touch sensors using the MSP430 microcontroller. The MSP430 has some unique features that make it suitable for interfacing with capacitive-touch sensors. The RC-type method does not need special peripherals and can be implemented with all devices in the MSP430 product family. This method is also inherently low power and can
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 19 Kb, Revision: H, 07-14-2010
    Programming a Flash-Based MSP430 Using the JTAG Interface (Rev. H)
    This application report has been superseded by the document shown below. Information previously contained in this application report can be found by clicking on the following links.- MSP430 Programming Via the JTAG Interface User's Guide Download MSP430 Programming Via the JTAG Interface (PDF) Download
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 62 Kb, Revision: A, 07-17-2006
    MSP430 Software Coding Techniques (Rev. A)
    This application report covers software techniques and topics of interest to all MSP430 programmers. The first part of the document discusses the MSP430 standard interrupt-based code flow model, recommended for the vast majority of applications. The next part discusses a handful of techniques that should be considered by any developer that sets out to develop an MSP430 application. Using these met
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 128 Kb, 09-29-1999
    MSP430 SMBus
    This application report describes a software implementation of the system management bus (SMBus) for the MSP430 microcontroller. It includes all master protocols, an interrupt-driven slave, and master usage examples. SMBus is derived from the I2C and is commonly used in smart batteries and other system devices.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 171 Kb, Revision: A, 04-14-2008
    MSP430 Flash Memory Characteristics (Rev. A)
    Flash memory is a widely used, reliable, and flexible nonvolatile memory to store software code and data in a microcontroller. Failing to handle the flash according to data-sheet specifications may result in unreliable operation of the application. This application report explains the physics behind these specifications and also gives recommendations for correct MSP430 flash handling. All examples
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 458 Kb, Revision: A, 06-14-2010
    Tiny DCDC Converter Reference Design (Rev. A)
    This reference design is presented to help application designers and others who are trying to use the MSP430 in a system with an input voltage in the range of 3.6 V to 6 V with the primary design objective to minimize solution size as well as to maintain high efficiency and long battery life.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 475 Kb, 03-27-2008
    Understanding MSP430 Flash Data Retention
    The MSP430 family of microcontrollers, as part of its broad portfolio, offers both read-only memory (ROM)-based and flash-based devices. Understanding the MSP430 flash is extremely important for efficient, robust, and reliable system design. Data retention is one of the key aspects to flash reliability. In this application report, data retention for the MSP430 flash is discussed in detail and the
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 134 Kb, 02-20-2002
    Implementing An Ultralow-Power Keypad Interface with MSP430
    Often in applications with keypads, the condition can occur where a key can be held or stuck down, causing excess current consmption and reducing the battery life of a battery-operated product. This application report shows a solution. The keypad interface in this report, based on the MSP430, draws .1uA while waiting for a key press, is completely interrupt driven requring no polling, and consum
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 421 Kb, 10-01-2002
    Interfacing the 3-V MSP430 to 5-V Circuits
    The interfacing of the 3-V MSP430x1xx and MSP430x4xx microcontroller families to circuits with a supply of 5 V or higher is shown. Input, output and I/O interfaces are given and explained. Worse-case design equations are provided, where necessary. Some simple power supplies generating both voltages are shown, too.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 64 Kb, 12-31-2005
    Li-Ion Battery Charger solution using the MSP430
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 95 Kb, 03-29-2007
    Efficient MSP430 Code Synthesis for an FIR Filter
    Digital filtering can be easily accomplished on the MSP430 using efficient multiplication. The tool accompanying this document automatically converts FIR filter coefficients to MSP430 assembly code that can be used in any application. Horner’s method and CSD format is used to accomplish the efficient multiply operations. The performance of the filter on the MSP430 is shown by evaluating the gain a
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 121 Kb, Revision: A, 06-14-2010
    Boost DC/DC with Ultra-Low Shutdown Current (Rev. A)
    This reference design is presented to help application designers and others who are trying to use the MSP430 in a system that requires a very low input voltage range while also maintaining high efficiency. Battery life is extended as well as a result of the low quiescent current (5 mA) and ultra-low shutdown current (5 nA) of the TPS61097-33. This particular design allows for an input voltage betw
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 961 Kb, Revision: B, 06-14-2010
    1.8V – 5.5V Input, High-Efficiency DCDC Converter Reference Design for MSP430 (Rev. B)
    This reference design is presented to help application designers and others who are trying to use the MSP430 in a system with an input voltage in the range of 1.8 V to 5.5 V, and who must increase the application run time by making use of the complete battery voltage range while still maintaining high efficiency over the entire battery life.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 82 Kb, 11-10-2005
    Digital Fan Control With Tachometer Using MSP430
    Digital Fan Control with Tachometer using MSP430 Application Report
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 460 Kb, Revision: A, 03-17-2009
    AES128 – A C Implementation for Encryption and Decryption (Rev. A)
    This application report describes the AES algorithm and the use of a suggested C implementation for AES encryption and decryption with MSP430.Note: This document may be subject to the export control policies of the local government.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 426 Kb, Revision: D, 07-18-2017
    MSP430 32-kHz Crystal Oscillators (Rev. D)
    Selection of the right crystal, correct load circuit, and proper board layout are important for a stable crystal oscillator. This application report summarizes crystal oscillator function and explains the parameters to select the correct crystal for ultra-low-power operation of an MSP430™ MCU. In addition, hints and examples for correct board layout are given. The document also contains detailed i
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 37 Kb, Revision: A, 05-19-2003
    Using the TPS3619 with MSP430 Microcontrollers Can Reduce Sys Power Consumption (Rev. A)
    The MSP430 series of microcontrollers are ideal in applications where battery life is critical. These microcontollers require only 0.1?A of current in low-power RAM retention mode; In this mode the microcontroller must have power to retain volatile memory. In some systems with charge pumps, the TPS3619 can be used to shut down the charge pump, saving system power consumption.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 837 Kb, Revision: F, 09-06-2016
    Advanced Debugging Using the Enhanced Emulation Module (EEM) With CCS v6 (Rev. F)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 330 Kb, Revision: C, 01-12-2012
    Powering the MSP430 from a High Voltage Input using the TPS62122 (Rev. C)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 475 Kb, 10-05-2012
    Design Considerations When Using the MSP430 Graphics Library
    LCDs are a growing commodity in todays market with products as diverse as children's toys to medical devices. Modern LCDs, along with the graphics displayed on them, are growing in complexity. A graphics library can simplify and accelerate development while creating the desired user experience. TI provides the MSP430 Graphics Library for use in developing products with the MSP430™ MCU. This
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 520 Kb, 12-07-2015
    ESD Diode Current Specification
    This document explains the maximum ESD diode current specified for GPIO on MSP microcontrollers. Sometimes signals on specific pins exceed the supply of the MSP MCU. In such a case, the device can handle this overvoltage condition through the ESD diodes, but the ESD diode specification must be considered during application design. The items to be considered are described in this document.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 752 Kb, 12-07-2015
    MSP Code Protection Features
    MSP microcontrollers (MCUs) offer a number of features to help control code accessibility in the device, to add different layers of code access management and protection strategies. These include features that can lock or password protect the JTAG/SBW access, IP Encapsulation (IPE) to isolate sensitive code with different permissions than the rest of the program, and bootloader (BSL) access featur
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