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MSP430-5510STK development board

USER’S MANUAL
Revision D, September 2013
Designed by OLIMEX Ltd, 2011

All boards produced by Olimex LTD are ROHS compliant


OLIMEX© 2013 MSP430-5510STK user's manual

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Thank you for purchasing MSP430-5510STK development board assembled by


OLIMEX LTD.

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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: OVERVIEW........................................................................................5
1. Introduction to the chapter.......................................................................................................5
1.1 Features.....................................................................................................................................5
1.2 Organization.............................................................................................................................5
CHAPTER 2: SETTING UP THE MSP430-5510STK BOARD.............................7
2. Introduction to the chapter.......................................................................................................7
2.1 Electrostatic warning...............................................................................................................7
2.2 Requirements...........................................................................................................................7
2.3 Powering the board..................................................................................................................7
2.4 Prebuilt software......................................................................................................................8
2.5 Bootloader mode......................................................................................................................8
CHAPTER 3: MSP430-5510STK BOARD DESCRIPTION..................................9
3. Introduction to the chapter.......................................................................................................9
3.1 Layout (top view).....................................................................................................................9
CHAPTER 4: THE MSP430F5510 MICROCONTROLLER..............................10
4. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................10
4.1 The microcontroller...............................................................................................................10
CHAPTER 5 CONTROL CIRCUITY.....................................................................11
5. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................11
5.1 Reset........................................................................................................................................11
5.2 Clocks......................................................................................................................................11
CHAPTER 6: HARDWARE.....................................................................................12
6. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................12
6.1 Battery connector...................................................................................................................12
6.2 JTAG connector.....................................................................................................................12
6.3 UEXT......................................................................................................................................13
6.4 Pads on the proto area...........................................................................................................14
6.5 USB mini connector...............................................................................................................15
6.6 SD/MMC slot..........................................................................................................................15
6.7 Jumper description................................................................................................................15
6.8 LCD Display...........................................................................................................................16
6.9 Additional hardware components........................................................................................17
CHAPTER 7: MEMORY AND BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................18
7. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................18
7.1 Memory organization............................................................................................................18
CHAPTER 8: SCHEMATICS..................................................................................19
8. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................19

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8.1 Eagle schematic......................................................................................................................19


8.2 Physical dimensions...............................................................................................................21
CHAPTER 9: REVISION HISTORY.....................................................................22
9. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................22
9.1 Document revision.................................................................................................................22
9.2 Web page of your device........................................................................................................23
9.3 Product support.....................................................................................................................24

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CHAPTER 1: OVERVIEW

1. Introduction to the chapter


Thank you for choosing the MSP430-5510STK development board from Olimex! This document
provides a User’s Guide for the Olimex MSP430-5510STK development board. As an overview,
this chapter gives the scope of this document and lists the board’s features. The document’s
organization is then detailed.

The MSP430-5510STK development board enables code development of applications running on


the MSP430F5510 microcontroller, manufactured by Texas Instruments.

1.1 Features

• MCU MSP430F5510 with 32K Bytes Program Flash, 4K Bytes RAM, 25Mhz LCD display
8 alphanumeric
• micro SD card connector
• Li-Po battery on-board charger
• USB connector, and USB bootloader support
• two buttons
• 2 status LEDs
• access to every pin near prototype area
• Reset button
• UEXT connector that allows other Olimex's modules (MOD-MP3, MOD-NRF24L01, etc.)
to be connected
• JTAG connector
• JTAG Power_In and Power_Out jumpers
• 32 768 Hz oscillator crystal
• 4 Mhz crystall oscillator
• Power supply voltage regulators and filtering capacitor
• Power on Led
• PCB: FR-4, 1.5 mm (0,062"), soldermask, white silkscreen component print
• Dimensions: 100x 80mm (3.94x 3.14")

1.2 Organization
Each section in this document covers a separate topic, organized as follow:
– Chapter 1 is an overview of the board usage and features
– Chapter 2 provides a guide for quickly setting up the board
– Chapter 3 contains the general board diagram and layout
– Chapter 4 describes the component that is the heart of the board: the MSP430F5510
microcontroller
– Chapter 5 is an explanation of the control circuitry associated with the microcontroller to
reset. Shows the clocks located on the board.

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– Chapter 6 covers the connector pinout, peripherals and jumper description


– Chapter 7 shows the processor diagram and memory map
– Chapter 8 provides the schematics
– Chapter 9 contains the revision history

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CHAPTER 2: SETTING UP THE MSP430-5510STK BOARD

2. Introduction to the chapter


This section helps you set up the MSP430-5510STK development board for the first time.
Please consider first the electrostatic warning to avoid damaging the board, then discover the
hardware and software required to operate the board.
The procedure to power up the board is given, and a description of the default board behavior is
detailed.

2.1 Electrostatic warning


MSP430-5510STK is shipped in a protective anti-static package. The board must not be exposed to
high electrostatic potentials. A grounding strap or similar protective device should be worn when
handling the board. Avoid touching the component pins or any other metallic element.

2.2 Requirements
In order to set up the MSP430-5510STK, the following items are required:

- A source of power – the board can be powered through the mini USB connector (standard 5V),
through the JTAG connector (by the debugger/programmer) or via a 3.7Li-Po battery.

- Programmer supporting 14 pin JTAG interface and the used microcontroller MSP430F5510.

All our MSP programmers are recommended with MSP430-5510STK:


- Olimex MSP430-JTAG-TINY-V2 - mini emulator/programmer USB<->JTAG 14p with powering
capabilities
- Olimex MSP430-JTAG-ISO-MK2 – emulator/debugger with additional stand-alone read/write
mode, power profiling and software support for most MSP430 integrated environments and
operating systems.

Additionally any MSP430 compatible debugger should be compatible with the 14p connector of the
board. The MSP430F5510 microcontroller lacks SWD interface.

Also, a host-based software toolchain is required in order to program/debug the MSP430-5510STK


board. There are also a number of ready IDEs available like IAR Embedded Workbench, Rowley
CrossWorks, Code Composer Studio, etc.

We also provide our own flash programming software which can be distributed free. You can find it
at the device web page.

2.3 Powering the board


There are three ways of powering the board: via the USB; via the debugger from the JTAG
connector or via a 3.7V Li-Po battery connected to the respective connector.

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-Plug mini USB with at least 5V to the board OR connect a charged 3.7V Li-Po battery to the
respective connector
OR
-Set the jumpers P_IN closed, P_OUT open so you can power from JTAG connector

On powering the board via USB the PWR LED, LED1 and the display should turn on.
On powering the board via JTAG the LED1 and the display should turn on.

The board has a Li-Po charger. This means that when a Li-Po battery is plugged in the battery
connector and there is additional source of power applied (USB or JTAG) the battery will begin to
charge (making the overall current draw of the board higher).

2.4 Prebuilt software


On powering the board via the USB the PWR LED should turn on. The LED1 should blink green
and the LCD should show the message: “OLIMEX”.

2.5 Bootloader mode


To enter bootloader mode press USB_BSL button and then plug the board. You will also need the
correct bootloader software which is available at Texas Instruments web site in the USB Developer
Package. We have tested MSP430_USB_Firmware_Upgrade_Example-1.2.1-Setup.exe.

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CHAPTER 3: MSP430-5510STK BOARD DESCRIPTION

3. Introduction to the chapter


Here you get acquainted with the main parts of the board. Note the names used on the board differ
from the names used to describe them. For the actual names check the MSP430-5510STK board
itself.

3.1 Layout (top view)

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CHAPTER 4: THE MSP430F5510 MICROCONTROLLER

4. Introduction to the chapter


In this chapter is located the information about the heart of MSP430-5510STK – its microcontroller.
The information is a modified version of the datasheet provided by its manufacturers.

4.1 The microcontroller


Main processors features:
• Low Supply-Voltage Range, 1.8 V to 3.6 V
• Ultra-Low Power Consumption
✗ Active Mode (AM)
All System Clocks Active:
- 195 µA/MHz at 8 MHz, 3 V, Flash Program Execution (Typical)
- 115 µA/MHz at 8 MHz, 3 V, RAM Program Execution (Typical)
✗ Standby Mode (LPM3)
- Real Time Clock With Crystal, Watchdog, and Supply Supervisor Operational,
Full RAM Retention, Fast Wake-Up: 1.9 µA at 2.2 V, 2.1 µA at 3 V (Typical)
- Low-Power Oscillator (VLO), General-Purpose Counter, Watchdog, and Supply
Supervisor Operational, Full RAM Retention, Fast Wake-Up: 1.4 µA at 3 V (Typical)
✗ Off Mode (LPM4)
Full RAM Retention, Supply Supervisor Operational, Fast Wake-Up: 1.1 µA at 3 V
(Typical)
✗ Shutdown Mode (LPM4.5)
0.18 µA at 3 V (Typical)
• Wake-Up From Standby in Less Than 5 µs
• 16-Bit RISC Architecture, Extended Memory, Up to 25-MHz System Clock
• Flexible Power Management System
✗ Fully Integrated LDO With Programmable Regulated Core Supply Voltage
✗ Supply Voltage Supervision, Monitoring, and Brownout
• Unified Clock System:
✗ FLL Control Loop for Frequency Stabilization
✗ Low-Power Low-Frequency Internal Clock Source (VLO)
✗ Low-Frequency Trimmed Internal Reference Source (REFO)
✗ 32-kHz Watch Crystals (XT1)

For comprehensive information on the microcontroller visit the Texas Instruments web page for a
datasheet.

At the moment of writing the microcontroller datasheet can be found at the following link:
http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/slas645f/slas645f.pdf

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CHAPTER 5 CONTROL CIRCUITY

5. Introduction to the chapter


Here you can find information about reset circuit, power circuit and quartz crystal locations.

5.1 Reset
MSP430-5510STK reset circuit includes R7 (33 KΩ), R8(330 Ω), MSP430F5510 pin 48
(RST/NMI/SBWTTDIO) and a RESET button.

5.2 Clocks
Real time clock (RTC) Q1 is connected to pins 8 and 9 of the processor.

4 MHz quarz crystal Q2 is found at pins 45 and 46 of the processor.

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CHAPTER 6: HARDWARE

6. Introduction to the chapter


In this chapter are presented the connectors that can be found on the board all together with their
pinout. Proto area is shown. Jumpers functions are described. Notes and info on specific peripherals
are presented. Notes regarding the interfaces are given.

6.1 Battery connector


The battery connector is used only to charge 3.7V Lithium batteries. It cannot be used to power the
board.

Pin # Signal name

1 VBAT

2 GND

6.2 JTAG connector


The 14 pin JTAG connector provides the interface for JTAG programming/debugging. The pinout
can be found in the table below.

JTAG connector

Pin # Signal name Pin # Signal name

1 TDO 8 TEST

2 P_IN 9 GND

3 TDI 10 Not connected

4 P_OUT 11 #RST

5 TMS 12 Not connected

6 Not connected 13 Not connected

7 TCK 14 Not connected

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6.3 UEXT
MSP430-5510STK board has UEXT connector and can interface Olimex's UEXT modules.
For more information on UEXT please visit:

https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/UEXT/

Pin # Signal name

1 +3.3V

2 GND

3 TX

4 RX

5 SCL

6 SDA

7 SOMI

8 SIMO

9 CLK

10 STE

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6.4 Pads on the proto area


For your convenience the pads are named individually near each of them. Please take extra care
about the numbering but consider that there might be offset.

Pad name Signal


3.3V 3.3V row of pads
3.3VA 3.3VA row of pads
+5V +5V
3.3V_E 3.3V_E
VBAT V battery
P1_0 BUT1
P1_1 RS(display)
P1_2 RW(display)
P1_3 E(display)
P1_4 DB4(display)
P1_5 DB5(display)
P1_6 DB6(display)
P1_7 DB7(display)
P2_0 BUT2
P4_0 STE
P4_1 SIMO
P4_2 SOMI
P4_3 CLK
P4_4 TXD
P4_5 RXD
P4_6 CS(SD/MMC)
P4_7 LED1
P5_0 E_BAT_MEASURE
P5_1 PWR_LCD
P6_0 BAT
P6_1 STNB_E
P6_2 SCL_UEXT
P6_3 SDA_UEXT
- -

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AGND Analog GND row of pads


GND GND row of pads

6.5 USB mini connector

Pin # Signal name


1 +5V
2 D-
3 D+
4 Not connected
5 GND

6.6 SD/MMC slot

Pin # Signal name

1 DAT2
2 DAT3/CS
3 CMD/DI
4 VDD
5 CLK/SCLK
6 VSS
7 DAT0/DO
8 DAT1

6.7 Jumper description

P_OUT/P_IN

This jumper controls power on pins 2 and 4 of the JTAG connector. When in P_OUT is closed 3.3V
can be measured at pin 4.

Check the schematic for more info.

Default position is P_OUT – closed, P_IN - open.

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3.3V_JP

If open open stops processor and proto area pads powering.

Default state is closed.

SW_SCL/HW_SCL; SW_SDA/HW_SDA

These two jumpers control whether the SCL and SDA signals to be implemented on software or
hardware level. When in position SW_SCL/SW_SDA software implementation.

Default position is SW_SCL; SW_SDA.

CHG_D

If closed stops the battery charger.

Default state is open.

AGND_E

Analog GND is disabled if open.


If closed Analog GND is enabled.

Default state is closed.

6.8 LCD Display


8 characters alphanumeric LCD display.

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6.9 Additional hardware components


The components below are mounted on MSP430-5510STK but are not discussed above. They are
listed here for completeness:

2 buttons + RST button

LED + power-on LED

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CHAPTER 7: MEMORY AND BLOCK DIAGRAM

7. Introduction to the chapter


Below is located the block diagram of the processor and on the next page you can find a memory
map for this family of processors. It is strongly recommended to refer to the original datasheet
released by Texas Instruments for ones of higher quality.

7.1 Memory organization

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CHAPTER 8: SCHEMATICS

8. Introduction to the chapter


In this chapter are located the schematics describing logically and physically MSP430-5510STK.

8.1 Eagle schematic


MSP430-5510STK schematic is visible for reference here. You can also find them on the web page
for MSP430-5510STK at our site: https://www.olimex.com/Products/MSP430/Starter/MSP430-
5510STK/. They are located in HARDWARE section.

The EAGLE schematic is situated on the next page for quicker reference.

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RESET CIRCUIT
+5V
POWER_SUPPLY 3.3V 3.3V_E 3.3V
R4
0R(NA) 3.3V_E
0R
3.3V R7
+5V CHG_D 33k
1 2 FET2

D
S
VR1(3.3V)1 IRLML6402 #RST

3.3V_JP
open D1 R5

G
CLOSE
MCP17 00T -33 02E/MB
1N5819/s4 100k
2
VIN
R6 R8
LED-0603-RED

Battery Charger 3 1 2 C6 STNB_E 330R


PWR_LED

FET1 VOUT

G
1uF/10V 10k C7
+5V +5V IRLM L6 402 1

S
U1 GND
NA(1nF/50V) RESET
M CP 738 12T -42 0I/OT C4 C5
C3
4 3 VBAT T 1107A-6_3.8_2.5
VDD VBAT R3
R1 C1 10uF/6.3V 100nF 10uF/6.3V
1 10k VBAT
2k BA TT E RYCE

+
2.2uF/16V

CHARGER
2 5 1 AGND_E
VSS PROG
C2
- 2 1 2
GND AGND
CLOSE
2.2uF/16V

R2 15k 3.7V-LI_BAT
appr. 70 mA charge current DW02R
BH14S
AGND TDO 1 2
TDI 3 4 HN1x2

2
1
TMS 5 6 P_IN
TCK 7 8
3.3V 3.3VA 3.3VA 3.3V 9 10 HN1x2

2
1
#RST 11 12 P_OUT
U2 13 14
FB0805/600R/200mA(201209-601)
11
DVCC1
21 DB7 P1_7
C8 C9 28 P1_7/TA1_0 20 DB6
DVCC2 P1_6/TA1CLK/CBOUT P1_6 JTAG 33k
19 DB5 P1_5
100nF 100nF 12 P1_5/TA0_4 18 DB4
DVSS1 P1_4/TA0_3 P1_4 TEST R20
C10 C11 27 17 E P1_3
DVSS2 P1_3/TA0_2 16 RW P1_2 3.3V
L1

2 20nF/25V 470nF/16V 13 P1_2/TA0_1 15 RS


VCORE P1_1/TA0_0 P1_1
43
V18 P1_0/TA0CLK/ACLK
14 BUT1 P1_0 DEBUG INTERFACE:
+5V USB_DEVICE C13 C14
7

10
AVCC1 P2_0/TA1_1
22

36
BUT2

LED1
P2_0

C15 100nF USB_BSL 10uF/6.3V AVSS1 P4_7/PM_NONE P4_7 47uF/6.3V/TANT


100nF 44 35 CS_SD/MMC P4_6
T1 107A-6 _3.8_2 .5 AVSS2 P4_6/PM_NONE PM_UCA1RXD MICRO C12
34 P4_5
P4_5/PM_UCA1RXD/PM_UCA1SOMI 33 PM_UCA1TXD SD/MMC CL470nH/0805/1.76R/250mA

+
AGND P4_4/PM_UCA1TXD/PM_UCA1SIMO P4_4
C16 4.7 uF
100 32 PM_UCB1CLK P4_3 1 L2
42 P4_3/PM_UCB1CLK/PM_UCA1STE 31 PM_UCB1SOMI DAT2/RES 8
R14 C17 100nF
VUSB P4_2/PM_UCB1SOMI/PM_UCB1SCL P4_2 DAT1/RES 100k R13
30 PM_UCB1SIMO 7
GND2

PM_UCB1SOMI 100k R12


GND1

P4_1/PM_UCB1SIMO/PM_UCB1SDA P4_1 DAT0/DO


USB +5V 41 29 PM_UCB1STE P4_0 5 PM_UCB1CLK 100k R11
VBUS P4_0/PM_UCB1STE/PM_UCA1CLK CLK/SCLK
R15 1.5k 39 QCT32768(2x6)/6pF C20 10pF 4
VBUS PUR VDD
D- R16 27 40 9 Q1 6
USB

D- PU1/DM P5_5/XOUT
GN D
VSS 3.3V_E
D+ R17 27 38 8 C21 10pF 3 PM_UCB1SIMO
D+ PU_0/DP P5_4/XIN CMD/DI
37 46 2 CS_SD/MMC
ID VSSU P5_3/XT2OUT CD/DAT3/CS
GND 10pF 10pF 45 C22 39pF
GND R18 P5_2/XT2IN 6 PWR_LCD Q2
P5_1
GND4
GND3

MINI-USB 1M C18 C19


#RST 48 P5_1/A9/VEREF- 5 E_BAT_MEASURE C23 39pF
#RST/NMI/SBWTDIO P5_0/A8/VEREF+ P5_0 1M R10
R19 33k TEST 47 Q4.000MHz/20pF 10k R9
TEST/SBWTCK
TCK 26 4 SDA_UEXT
PJ_3/TCK P6_3/CB3/A3 SCL_UEXT P6_3 3.3V_E
TMS 25
PJ_2/TMS
3
P6_2
P6_2/CB2/A2
TDI
TDO
24
23
PJ_1/TDI/TCLK
PJ_0/TDO
P6_1/CB1/A1
P6_0/CB0/A0
2
1
STNB_E
BAT P6_1
P6_0
SD/MMC
MSP430F5510

UEXT

3.3V_E

3.3V_E

3.3V_E

3.3V_E
R35
330R

LCD_DISPLAY
R21
BUTTONS LEDS 1M/1%
VBAT
3.3V 3.3V 3.3V LED1 R31 R32
C24
4.7k 4.7k UEXT-1 BH10S
UEXT-2

2
LCD R22 SCL_UEXT 3 1 PM_UCA1TXD
BH10S

33k
R23 NA(1M) UEXT-3 BH10S
#XRESET (1)
1 100nF 470k/1% PM_UCA1RXD UEXT-4 BH10S

#CSB (0)
3 SW_SCL/HW_SCL SCL UEXT-5 BH10S
2 RS R26 R27 SDA
CONTROL
RS
NA(4.7k) NA(4.7k) LED1 UEXT-6 BH10S
SIGNALS 4 RW PM_UCB1SOMI UEXT-7

R34
RW

2
LED-0603-GREEN BH10S
5 E SDA_UEXT 3 1 PM_UCB1SIMO
E UEXT-8 BH10S
R24 R25 BUT1 BUT2 PM_UCB1CLK UEXT-9 BH10S
DB4
6 DB4 10k 10k SW_SDA/HW_SDA PM_UCB1STE UEXT-10 BH10S
7 DB5
DATA

DB5 BUT1 BUT2


DB6
8 DB6
T1107A-6_3.8_2.5

T1107A-6_3.8_2.5

DB7
9 DB7
R33 33 R30
C O N TR AST
VDD
11 PWR_LCD
12 2k
10k

VO
10 C27 C28
VSS R28 R29
C25 C26 330R 100nF 330R 100nF
GDSC-0801WP-01
100nF 100nF

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8.2 Physical dimensions


Note that all dimensions are in inches.

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CHAPTER 9: REVISION HISTORY

9. Introduction to the chapter


In this chapter you will find the current and the previous version of the document you are reading.
Also the web-page for your device is listed. Be sure to check it after a purchase for the latest
available updates and examples.

9.1 Document revision

Modified
Revision Changes
Pages

A Initial Creation All

Added “product support” page

Changed schematic with a searchable one

Changed underlining of sections All


B
Adjusted disclaimer page

Added links in the contents section

Fixed external links

Fixed errors about the powering options


C 7, 8, 13
Added info about the bootloader

Fixed error about battery connector powering

Updated the list of available Olimex debuggers


7, 8,
D
23,24
Few document style changes

Updated “warranty and returns” page

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9.2 Web page of your device


The web page you can visit for more info on your device is
https://www.olimex.com/Products/MSP430/Starter/MSP430-5510STK/. There you can find more
info and some examples.

ORDER CODES:

MSP430-5510STK - completely assembled and tested

MSP430-JTAG-TINY-V2 - mini emulator/programmer USB<->JTAG 14p with powering


capabilities
MSP430-JTAG-ISO-MK2 – emulator/debugger with additional stand-alone read/write mode,
power profiling and software support for most MSP430 integrated environments and operating
systems

How to order?
You can order directly from our web-shop or via any of our distributors.
Check our webpage https://www.olimex.com/ for more info.

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9.3 Product support


For product support, hardware information and error reports mail to: support@olimex.com. All document or
hardware feedback is welcome. Note that we are primarily a hardware company and our software support is
limited. Please consider reading the paragraph below about the warranty of Olimex products.

All goods are checked before they are sent out. In the unlikely event that goods are faulty,
they must be returned, to OLIMEX at the address listed on your order invoice.

OLIMEX will not accept goods that have clearly been used more than the amount needed to
evaluate their functionality.

If the goods are found to be in working condition, and the lack of functionality is a result of
lack of knowledge on the customers part, no refund will be made, but the goods will be returned
to the user at their expense.

All returns must be authorized by an RMA Number. Email support@olimex.com for authorization
number before shipping back any merchandise. Please include your name, phone number and order
number in your email request.

Returns for any unaffected development board, programmer, tools, and cables permitted within 7
days from the date of receipt of merchandise. After such time, all sales are considered final.

Returns of incorrect ordered items are allowed subject to a 10% restocking fee. What is
unaffected? If you hooked it to power, you affected it. To be clear, this includes items that
have been soldered to, or have had their firmware changed. Because of the nature of the
products we deal with (prototyping electronic tools) we cannot allow returns of items that have
been programmed, powered up, or otherwise changed post shipment from our warehouse.

All returned merchandise must be in its original mint and clean condition. Returns on damaged,
scratched, programmed, burnt, or otherwise 'played with' merchandise will not be accepted.

All returns must include all the factory accessories which come with the item. This includes
any In-Circuit-Serial-Programming cables, anti-static packing, boxes, etc.

With your return, enclose your PO#. Also include a brief letter of explanation of why the
merchandise is being returned and state your request for either a refund or an exchange.
Include the authorization number on this letter, and on the outside of the shipping box.

Please note: It is your responsibility to ensure that returned goods reach us. Please use a
reliable form of shipping. If we do not receive your package we will not be held liable.

Shipping and handling charges are not refundable. We are not responsible for any shipping
charges of merchandise being returned to us or returning working items to you.

The full text might be found at https://www.olimex.com/wiki/GTC#Warranty for future reference.

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