SimpleLink™ MSP432P4 SDK Release Notes

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The SimpleLink™ MSP432P4 SDK delivers components that enable engineers to develop applications on Texas Instruments MSP432P4 microcontroller devices. The product is comprised of multiple software components and examples of how to use these components together. In addition, examples are provided to demonstrate the use of each functional area and each supported device and as a starting point for your own projects.

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This is version of the SimpleLink MSP432P4 SDK.


What’s New

Upgrade and Compatibility Information

Previous Release This release
Hand written files with #defines and C structures example.syscfg (generates files with #defines and C structures)
Board.h, MSPXXXX_LAUNCHXL.h ti_drivers_config.h
MSPXXXX_LAUNCHXL.c ti_drivers_config.c
#defines are named Board_GPIO_LED0, etc. #defines are named CONFIG_GPIO_LED_0, etc.
pin settings common to all examples are shown in Board.html pin settings unique to each example are commented in ti_drivers_config.h

Operating Systems Support


This release was validated with the following components:

This release of SDK is CMSIS 5.1.0 Compliant.

Device Support

Known Issues


This product’s version follows a version format,, where M is a single digit Major number, mm is 2 digit minor number, pp is a 2 digit patch number, and b is an unrestricted set of digits used as an incrementing build counter.

M - Is incremented for the first release every year. 1 -> 2017, 2 -> 2018, and so on..

mm - indicates the specific quarter of the year the SDK was released. 10 -> Q1; 20 -> Q2; 30 -> Q3; 40 -> Q4

Prior Releases

Technical Support and Product Updates