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Datasheet Texas Instruments CC430F6147IRGCT

Texas Instruments CC430F6147IRGCT

Manufacturer:Texas Instruments
Series:CC430F6147
Part Number:CC430F6147IRGCT

CC430F614x, CC430F514x, CC430F512x SoC With RF Core 64-VQFN -40 to 85

Datasheets

  • Download » Datasheet, PDF, 1.7 Mb, Revision: A, 02-27-2013
    CC430F614x, CC430F514x, CC430F512x SoC With RF Core datasheet

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Status

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

Packaging

Pin64
Package TypeRGC
Industry STD TermVQFN
JEDEC CodeS-PQFP-N
Package QTY250
CarrierSMALL T&R
Device MarkingCC430F6147
Width (mm)9
Length (mm)9
Thickness (mm).88
Pitch (mm).5
Max Height (mm)1
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Parametrics

ADCADC10 - 8ch
Additional FeaturesLCD,Real-Time Clock,Watchdog,Temp Sensor,Brown Out Reset
Antenna ConnectionDifferential
CPUMSP430
CPU CoreMSP430
CPU Processing Power Consumption160 uA/MHz
Data Rate (Max)500 kbps
Flash32 KB
Frequency20 MHz
Frequency Bands315,433,779,868,915,920 MHz
GPIO44
I2C1
Key ApplicationsData logging, Remote monitoring systems, Wireless sensor networks
Max VCC3.6
Min VCC1.8
Non-volatile Memory32 KB
Operating Temperature Range-40 to 85 C
Package GroupVQFN
Package Size: mm2:W x L64VQFN: 81 mm2: 9 x 9(VQFN) PKG
RAM4 KB
RF standard supportedProprietary (Sub 1GHz)
ROMN/A KB
RX Current (Lowest)15 mA
SPI1
SRAM4 kB
SecurityAES
Standard versionN/A
Standby Current2 uA
Timers - 16-bit2
UART1
Wake-on radioYes
Wakeup time from standby240 us

Eco Plan

RoHSCompliant

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Semiconductors > Microcontrollers (MCU) > Other Microcontrollers > CC430

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

  • Evaluation Modules & Boards: MSP-SA430-SUB1GHZ
    Sub-1 GHz RF Spectrum Analyzer Tool
    Lifecycle Status: Active (Recommended for new designs)

Application Notes

  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 210 Kb, Revision: A, 07-10-2012
    CC430 Wake-On-Radio Functionality (Rev. A)
    The Wake-On-Radio (WOR) feature of the CC430 is a recommended method for conserving power in wireless systems in which the radio periodically wakes up from SLEEP mode and listens for incoming packets. This application note describes the theory, RF1A registers, and timing of the WOR feature. It also describes the special use case of the CC430F61xx and CC430F51xx devices. This application note concl
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 89 Kb, 03-10-2010
    AN088 -- SimpliciTI on the CC430 – Practical Modifications
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 966 Kb, 05-20-2011
    CC430-Based Wireless Mesh Network Mains Switch
    This application report describes a simple wireless mesh network running on a number of wireless power points. Each power point contains a timer switch and a power monitor. The mesh network is self learning. A data concentrator works through the various power points it discovers and forms a network. It can then program the on/off timing of the power point's switch and monitor its power consumption
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 117 Kb, Revision: C, 09-07-2012
    CC430 RF Examples (Rev. C)
    This application report describes the library components and implementation of the RF code examples for the CC430F61xx and CC430F51xx sub-1GHz system-on-chip (SoC) devices. The examples include support for packet-handling modes, including variable and fixed length filtering, as well as the asynchronous and synchronous modes of communication. The document also explains the key RF configuration regi
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 4.6 Mb, 07-05-2011
    Using a DC-DC Converter to Reduce Power (Current) Consumption In CC430 Systems
    This application report describes a method to reduce power consumption in CC430-based systems by using a step-down converter TPS62730.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 359 Kb, Revision: A, 08-19-2009
    AN072 -- Using the TAI-SAW TA0801A SAW Filter and External PA (Rev. A)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 223 Kb, Revision: B, 09-11-2009
    AN050 -- Using the CC1101 in the European 868MHz SRD band (Rev. B)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 65 Kb, 01-25-2010
    DN508 -- Frequency Scanning using CC430Fx, CC110x, and CC111xFx
    The purpose of this design note is to show the necessary steps to successfully scan through a frequency band covering n numbers of channels, and find the strongest signal in the band.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 96 Kb, Revision: C, 08-20-2009
    DN005 -- CC11xx Sensitivity versus Frequency Offset and Crystal Accuracy (Rev. C)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 532 Kb, Revision: E, 03-08-2012
    DN022 -- CC110x CC111x OOK ASK Register Settings (Rev. E)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 112 Kb, 08-25-2010
    DN032 -- Options for Cost Optimized CC11xx Matching
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 832 Kb, Revision: B, 08-20-2009
    DN016 -- Compact Antenna Solution for 868/915 MHz (Rev. B)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 327 Kb, Revision: B, 09-18-2009
    DN019 -- Powering Low-Power RF Products (Rev. B)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 264 Kb, 01-28-2010
    DN507 -- FEC Decoding
    The purpose of this design note is to show how the FEC decoding implemented in HW on the CC1100, CC1100E, CC1101, CC1110Fx, CC1111Fx, CC1150, CC2500, CC2510Fx, CC2511Fx, and CC2550 can be implemented in SW. This is in particular very important for the CC430Fx device, which has the same radio as the CC1101 and CC1110/11Fx but without HW FEC included.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 1.0 Mb, Revision: E, 02-22-2013
    DN024 -- 868 MHz, 915 MHz and 955 MHz Monopole PCB Antenna (Rev. E)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 55 Kb, Revision: D, 10-27-2009
    DN502 -- CRC Implementation (Rev. D)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 260 Kb, 02-01-2006
    AN001 -- SRD regulations for license free transceiver operation
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 685 Kb, Revision: A, 09-14-2010
    DN033 - Mitsubishi Ceramic Antenna for 868 MHz, 915 MHz & 955 (Rev. A)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 369 Kb, Revision: C, 08-30-2011
    DN023 -- 868 MHz, 915 MHz and 955 MHz Inverted F Antenna (Rev. C)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 607 Kb, Revision: A, 04-15-2008
    DN018 -- Range Measurements in an Open Field Environment (Rev. A)
    This design note is a general description of how to set up open field range measurements and what has to be considered. Applies to all low power RF-ICs.
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 364 Kb, 12-20-2006
    DN002 -- Practical Sensitivity Testing
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 358 Kb, 02-01-2006
    AN003 -- SRD Antennas
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 126 Kb, Revision: T, 10-12-2011
    DN000 - Design Note Overview (Rev. T)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 2.3 Mb, 08-26-2010
    DN031 -- CC-Antenna-DK Documentation and Antenna Measurements Summary
    DN031 -- Design Notes
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 1.8 Mb, Revision: B, 10-06-2010
    AN058 -- Antenna Selection Guide (Rev. B)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 138 Kb, Revision: A, 02-12-2013
    DN035 -- Antenna Quick Guide (Rev. A)
  • Download » Application Notes, PDF, 2.1 Mb, Revision: A, 07-20-2015
    Designing With MSP430 and Segment LCDs (Rev. A)
    Segment liquid crystal displays (LCDs) are needed to provide information to users in a wide variety of applications from smart meters to electronic shelf labels (ESL) to medical equipment. Several MSP430в„ў microcontroller families include built-in low-power LCD driver circuitry that allows the MSP430 MCU to directly control the segmented LCD glass. This application note helps explain how segmented
  • 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, 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 MSP430в„ў MCU. This
  • 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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