Texas Instruments MSP432 LaunchPad Development Board Sells for $4.32 (Promo)

Texas Instruments has started the year by offering a deal on their 32-bit MSP432 LaunchPad Development Kit, dropping the cost from $12.99 to $4.32 for a limited time with coupon code [email protected]


MSP432 Launchpad’s key features:

  • MCU – Texas Instruments MSP432P401R ARM Cortex M4F MCU @ 48 MHz with FPU and DSP, 256KB flash, 64KB RAM
  • Expansion – 40 pin BoosterPack Connector, and support for 20-pin BoosterPacks
  • Misc – 2 buttons and 2 LEDs for user interaction
  • Debugging – Back-channel UART via USB to PC, Onboard XDS-110ET emulator featuring EnergyTrace+ Technology
  • Power – Micro USB connector

The kit includes the board, micro USB cable and a quick start guide. There’s plenty of technical documentation for the board, although for some unknown reasons,  I can’t download any PDF documents from TI website tonight.

MSP432 LaunchPad Discount
MSP432 LaunchPad Discount (Click to Enlarge)

The coupon is still working, but free shipping on TI eStore seems to be a thing of the past, as the total price adds $7 for shipping and handling to the US, and it goes up to $19 to countries in Asia.

Thanks to Nanik for the tip.

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4 years ago
4 years ago

Although I’ll miss TI’s free shipping, their charges are still reasonable considering that in my experience (US-based) they’ve always shipped FedEx 2-day, whether the shipping was free or not.

I’d still prefer cheaper but slower shipping, but $7 for shipping from almost any other place (Mouser, Digikey, etc) just gets ground.

Marius Cirsta
4 years ago

If this actually included something it would have been interesting but as it is … it’s a bit meh …. I mean wifi, bluetooth or something like that would have been really nice.

4 years ago

I am porting a JTAG pinout detector over one TI board I have (Tiva C, cortex M4), and the advantage is that it has 40 IO pins in 3.3V (while the original target was arduino, only 14 pins available in 5V, requiring adding many (at least 2×8) 3.3v-5v bidirectional shifters).

The only problem of those TI boards is the price, I am waiting for one of those chinese STM32 clones at 3USD, those are not cortex M4, but they should be powerful enough for that use case.

4 years ago

21USD shipping costs to Belgium, no thank you.

4 years ago

Shipping to Latvia 42 USD, skip 🙁