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Old 09-11-2016, 05:10 PM   #1
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with MSP430G2553, I control 4 switches with timers. Timers 1.0 and counts TA1.1 can determine the period for key1. TA0.0 is TA0.1 can determine the period for switch2. What can ı do for switch3 and switch4. All duty cyles and frequency are the same for each switch, but no switch open at a time. for example, switches 1 MHz and a duty cycle of 80%. this switch opens and closes 50 times then stopped. I check my control algorithm is then another switch or the same switch may again cycle, but do not forget not 2 switch to work at the same time.
Is there anything I can do to increase the number of timers ?
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Old 09-12-2016, 02:22 PM   #2
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if there is a common minimal time interval for all four switches, you can use this to create s/W planned to create additional counter to determine the on/off time of each switching.
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The switches are transistors. I use the Timer modules to control them. The frequency of this switches 6 kHz duty cycle, %53. I was referring to the number of timers, sorry, my fault.
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So you Board and msp430, and then FET transistors, which can be controlled with [0~3V] signals?
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The switches are transistors. I use the Timer modules to control them. The frequency of this switches 6 kHz duty cycle %53.
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