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CC3200 LaunchPad Hardware

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The high performance CC3200 is the industry's first single-chip Microcontroller (MCU) with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for the LaunchPad Ecosystem! Created for the Internet of Things (IoT), the SimpleLink CC3200 device is a wireless MCU that integrates a high-performance ARM Cortex-M4 MCU allowing customers to develop an entire application with a single IC. With on-chip Wi-Fi, internet and robust security protocols, no prior Wi-Fi experience is needed for faster development.

The CC3200 LaunchPad is a low-cost evaluation platform for ARM Cortex-M4F-based microcontrollers. The LaunchPad design highlights the CC3200 Internet on a chip and Wi-Fi capabilities. The CC3200 Launchpad also features programmable user buttons, RGB LED for custom applications and onboard emulation for debugging. The stackable headers of the CC3200 LaunchPad BoosterPack XL interface demonstrate how easy it is to expand the functionality of the LaunchPad when interfacing to other peripherals on many existing BoosterPack add-on boards such as graphical displays, Audio codec, Antenna diversity, environmental sensing, and much more.

Free software development tools are also available, including TI's Eclipse-based Code Composer Studio, and IAR Embedded Workbench. More information about the LaunchPad, the supported BoosterPacks, and the available resources can be found at TI's LaunchPad portal. Also visit the CC3200 Wiki page for design resources and example projects.

CC32xx Hardware Guide

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CC3200 SimpleLink Wi-Fi and IoT Solution With MCU Launchpad Hardware SWRU372


1. There is no pull-down resistor connected to pin-19 of the device. This can cause the device to show high currents in the LPDS modes. In case the issue is noticed, add a 100K resistor to ground using blue wiring.