Information about the NXP, former Philips, LPC2000 and LPC3000 ARM7 and ARM9 microcontrollers
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|ARM7 and ARM9 Development Tools||Embedded development tools for the LPC2000 family of ARM7 and other ARM7 and ARM9 based microcontrollers updated October' 08|
|Tools on www.LPCtools.com, plus more useful information about the NXP microcontrollers, regularly updated|
|ARM9 based LPCs||LPC3000 and LPC2900 MCUs got their own site. Listed are the new LPC292x and LPC293x families as well as the LPC3220.LPC3230.LPC3240.LPC3250 updated February '09|
|Cortex-M3 based MCUs||LPC1700 family members are almost ready to join the competition in the fast growing CortexM3 market. An updated Data Sheet is available here. updated November 20' 08|
|LPC2300 devices||The most complete ARM7 microcontroller you can find.
Ethernet, 2xCAN, USB device and host, 512k Flash, Internal 4 MHz
RC-Oscillator, I2S interface, six 32-bit timers and much more.
Datasheet for the LPC2387 like a LPC2368 but 98k SRAM in the 100-pin package. Also available the LPC2388, an LPC2378 with 98k SRAM. The datasheet for the LPC2388 (Jan08) in the 144-pin package
The latest Users Manual for the LPC2378 (REV01 / Mar. 2008 / 13MB!)
|LPC2400 devices||LPC2400 family. Same features as the LPC2300 but with external bus supporting static memory and SDRAM. There are the LPC2468 and LPC2478 in 208-pin packages, LQFP and BGA. Difference between LPC2468 and LPC2478 is the LCD interface on the LPC2478 only. The LPC2458 is available in a BGA180 and the external bus is 16-bit wide only. In addition, there is a LPC2470, a flashless device but otherwise like the LPC2468. Just released, the new User Manual for the LPC24xx, that is for all LPC2400, LPC2458, LPC2420, LPC2460, LPC2468, LPC2470 and LPC2478, Rev 2 from Dec19-2008. Evaluation Boards for the LPC2468 and LPC2478 can be found in the tools section of this site|
|Other ARM7s and ARM9s||Here is some information about AT91SAM7 and AT91SAM9 devices. ARM926 with Flash from Atmel (SAM9XE512)|
|Mature LPC2000 devices|
|LPC210x||LPC2101/2/3 User's Manual , on the NXP microcontroller website|
|LPC211x, LPC212x, LPC2194, LPC22xx includes all /01 versions||LPC2114,
LPC2124, LPC2210, LPC2212,
LPC2119, LPC2129, LPC2194, LPC2290, LPC2292,
Manual , includes /01 versions Dec. 21, 2007
The /01 versions have improved features and fixed Erratas! Fast I/O improved SPI / SSP, improved UART etc.
|LPC213x||The LPC213x family comes in a 64-pin package ranging from LPC2131 with 32k Flash/8k RAM to the LPC2138 with 512k Flash/32k RAM|
|LPC214x||The LPC2148 is a LPC2138 with USB. More information on the NXP website. Other derivatives of the LPC214x family include the LPC2141, LPC2142, LPC2144 and LPC2146|
|The LPC213x family comes in a 64-pin package ranging from LPC2131 with 32k Flash/8k RAM to the LPC2138 with 512k Flash/32k RAM|
||A list of Application Notes which includes information about compatibility within the LPC2000 devices Started updating in Jan '09|
|Hitex UK published a great Insider's Guide for the LPC2000 family and a newer Version for the LPC2300 and LPC2400. It is difficult to link to, but from here, you select the Insider's Guides, there are several of them also for ARM devices from ST, the STR7 and STR9.|
|LPC2000 Yahoo Group||Great source for help! Thank you Leon for starting this group|
|Philips is now NXP||The Philips LPC2000 family is well known. Many developers are still searching the WWW for Philips ARM7 microcontrollers, in 2006, Philips sold the Semiconductor division to investors and the new company name is now called NXP Semiconductors. The Philips LPC2000 family became the NXP LPC2000 family|
|Standard Documentation||The new NXP
Microcontroller website for easier navigation to find
|New MCU site||This site is still under development but already covers MCU news about ARM, Cortex-M3, PIC32, Renesas and much more. It is called MCU-related.|
|last update Feb-8, 2009|