Email

MSP432™ Low-Power + High Performance MCUs Training Series

While the market requires better power performance, it also continuously demands more functionality from devices. The challenge many developers face today is maintaining or improving battery operating life while simultaneously increasing a device’s capabilities. For many devices, it is not feasible to increase battery size or capacity; this means that developers need to achieve higher performance within the same power footprint, if battery life is not to be compromised.

MSP432P4x Low-Power + Performance series of microcontrollers are the ideal combination of TI's MSP430 low-power DNA, advanced mixed-signal features, and the high performance processing capabilities of a 32-bit, 48MHz ARM® Cortex®-M4F engine.

MSP432P4x MCUs consume only 95uA/MHz in active mode and 850nA in standby with RTC, integrate a 14-bit 1MSPS ADC with low power operation of 200uA at full speed, 256KB of Flash, 64KB of RAM and an AES256 accelerator, and operate from 1.62 – 3.7V. MSP432P4x MCUs cater to a large number of embedded applications where both efficient data processing and enhanced low-power operation are essential.

MSP432 MCU tools and software are designed to get you started evaluating and developing quickly and easily. In this training series you will learn about the MSP432P4x MCU features and benefits, how to get started with the hardware and software tools, and available resources to get your low-power, high performance design underway.

Table of contents

Additional information

1. Training Modules

# Title Duration
1.1 MSP432™ MCUs Overview
This session will provide an over view of the new MSP432™ Low-Power deviceNext video on these series: MSP432™ Low-Power + High Performance MCUs Part 2:...
06:28
1.2 MSP432™ MCUs and ARM Cortex-M4F Core
In this session you will learn about the ARM Cortex-M4FNext video on these series: MSP432™ Low-Power + High Performance MCUs Part 3: Power System
06:37
1.3 MSP432™ MCUs Power System
In this session you will learn about the Power System of this deviceNext video on these series: MSP432™ Low-Power + High Performance MCUs Part 4: Clock...
06:59
1.4 MSP432™ MCUs Clock System and Memory
In this session you will learn about the Clock System and MemoryNext video on these series: MSP432™ Low-Power + High Performance MCUs Part 5: Digital ...
13:31
1.5 MSP432™ MCUs Digital Peripherals
In this session you will learn about Digital Peripherals including Timers, Serial Interfaces, GPIO and DMANext video on these series: MSP432™ Low-Power...
08:03
1.6 MSP432™ MCUs Analog Peripherals
In this session you will learn about Analog PeripheralsADC, Comparator and ReferenceNext video on these series: MSP432™ Low-Power + High Performance MCUs...
07:08
1.7 MSP432™ MCUs Security
In this session you will learn about SecurityAES256, JTAG/SWD Lock, IP Protection, and Firmware UpdatesNext video on these series: MSP432™ Low-Power +...
09:53
1.8 MSP432™ MCUs Software
In this session you will learn about SoftwareMSPWare, Driver Library and CMSISNext video on these series: MSP432™ Low-Power + High Performance MCUs Part...
09:08
1.9 Developing on MSP432™ MCUs with TI Cloud Tools
In this demo, you will learn how to get started developing with MSP432 using TI's cloud tools, including TI Resource Explorer, Code Composer Studio Cloud,...
19:02
1.10 Developing on MSP432™ MCUs using TI power optimization tools
In this demo you will learn about two unique differentiated tools - ULP Advisor and EnergyTrace+ Technology – that allow developers to improve system power...
09:50
1.11 RTOS Options for MSP432™ MCUs
In this session you will learn about the various Real-time Operating System (RTOS) options for MSP432.
11:55
1.12 MSP432™ MCUs + TI-RTOS Hands-on Demo
In this session, you will see a hands-on demo for working with TI-RTOS for MSP432 MCUs.
12:48
1.13 Serial Wire Output Trace on MSP432™ MCUs
In this session, you will learn about the Serial Wire Output (SWO) Trace for MSP432.
13:18
1.14 MSP432™ MCUs Software in ROM debugging using IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM®
The MSP432P4xx MCU family includes a complete peripheral driver library (DriverLib) that is fully integrated into the 32Kbytes ROM memory. Developers can...
04:08
Login required