[chbot] Chocolate fish challenge: identify the chip
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Thu Oct 25 00:45:40 BST 2012
With Eagle PCB, with all the libraries loaded, it's pretty easy to
search for microprocessors in TQFP 100 packages, and from there you
On 25 October 2012 11:00, Peter Harris <petes.username at gmail.com> wrote:
> My 2c worth.
> JP1 should have the micro's in circuit programming pins. You should be able
> to identify these as a set and possibly identify the reset pin if it has an
> R/C on it.
> If this is a battery operated device it could well be an MSP430
> Good luck
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