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Member Since: April 9, 2013

Country: United States

  • Hi, I wonder why it is stated that the MSP supply voltage is 3.3V. A quick check on my spot connect reveals that the supply voltage is actually 3.0V. I also took a look at the schematic for the breakout board. It seems that the breakout board is applying 3.3V to the MSP. Will this not damage the parts that are communicating with the MSP ? Since the MSP is now over driven to 3.3 V, then the ICs that are communicating with the MSP will be over driven to 3.3V instead of 3.0V.

    Don't you think that this is a cause for concern? I am asking thi because I am doing my own breakout board and I want to know why the poster chose a voltage of 3.3 V instead of 3.0V

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