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NXP ARM MICROCONTROLLER GUIDE
NXP ARM
MICROCONTROLLER
GUIDE
A comprehensive portfolio of industry leading performers,
including the latest 32-bit LPC3000, LPC2000, LH7A and LH7 families.
NXP’s microcontroller offering
combines the highest performance
in Flash with the lowest power
consumption in the smallest
packages. A comprehensive
portfolio of industry leading
performers, including the latest
32-bit LPC3000, LPC2000,
LH7A and LH7 families. NXP
offers an easy migration path from
8-bit to 32-bit solutions.
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NXP ARM Microcontroller Guide
Table of Contents
NXP and Future Electronics Overview................................4
ARM Microcontroller Applications Guide............................5
Part and Family Selector Guide.........................................6
ARM9 Architecture Overview...........................................8
LPC32x0 Devices.........................................................10
LPC3180 Device..........................................................12
LPC291x Devices.........................................................14
LH7A Devices..............................................................16
ARM7 Architecture Overview.........................................18
LPC28xx Devices..........................................................20
LH7 Devices................................................................22
LPC24xx Devices..........................................................24
LPC23xx Devices..........................................................26
LPC22xx Devices..........................................................28
LPC215x, 214x and 213x Devices..................................30
LPC21xx Devices..........................................................32
LPC2104/05/06 Devices...............................................34
LPC2101/02/03 Devices...............................................36
Additional Development Support.....................................38
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NXP Corporate Overview
FUTURE ELECTRONICS Overview
NXP is a top 10 semiconductor company founded by Philips in 2006.
Founded in 1968, Future Electronics is a worldwide leader in electronic
Headquartered in Europe, the company has 37,000 employees working in
components distribution, and is recognized as one of the most respected
more than 20 countries and posted sales of USD 6.3 billion in 2007. NXP
and innovative companies in the industry today. Headquartered in Montreal
creates semiconductors, system solutions and software that deliver better
and operating in 41 countries around the world, Future Electronics has
sensory experiences in mobile phones, personal media players, TVs, set-top
earned an impressive reputation for providing outstanding service and
boxes, identification applications, cars and a wide range of other electronic
developing efficient, comprehensive global supply chain solutions.
devices.
The company’s success is largely built upon its commitment to maintain
NXP’s portfolio builds on more than 50 years of experience in technology
close business partnerships with suppliers and customers, coupled with the
and is carefully crafted to take your designs to the next level. They are
strength of its commercial and technical competencies through all stages of
known for their selection, performance and flexibility, and have earned
the design-production cycle.
top rankings in key market sectors like mobile and portable, connected home,
identification, automotive and multimarket semiconductors.
Future Electronics is globally integrated, supported by one worldwide IT
infrastructure which provides real time inventory availability and access,
Selection, Performance and Flexibility
while enabling full integration of operations, sales and marketing worldwide.
NXP constantly look for fresh ways to save space, extend battery life, and
make it easy to implement last-minute changes. All their products are
Future Electronics boasts the most knowledgeable sales team and provides
optimized for performance, so they maximize integration while minimizing
the most advanced engineering/design capabilities and technical solutions,
footprint and power consumption. They offer one of the largest selections in
award-winning customer service, best-in-class global trade compliance
the industry so you always have a wide range of options to choose from.
program, and the largest available-to-sell inventory in the world.
Their microcontroller suite includes several families of highly integrated,
Offering the industry’s highest level of overall service, including customer-
cost-effective, 32-bit devices that meet a wide range of performance
specific programs and processes, and worldwide e-commerce support, the
requirements. Features include ARM7- and ARM9-based architectures,
company’s mission is always to Delight the Customer®.
high-performance Flash memory, special options for LCD control, very small
footprints, low pin-count, low power consumption, comprehensive serial
For more information or to access the Component Super Store,
interfaces, and many 8-bit devices with enhanced 80C51 capabilities.
visit www.FutureElectronics.com
NXP currently holds the number-one position worldwide in 32-bit
ARM-based microcontrollers.
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ARM Microcontroller
Applications Guide
Whatever market you’re in, whatever application you are building, few
From the smallest 8-bit to the highest performing 32-bit ARM microcon-
solutions are complete without the ‘basic’ elements. Covering all the
trollers, they drive the industry as an innovation leader with their highly-in-
essential ingredients, NXP’s total solutions extend to the industry’s widest
tegrated and cost-effective products. Their leading LPC3000 and LPC2000
portfolio of multimarket semiconductors including standard and specialty logic
ARM-based families have numerous, sophisticated integrated peripherals
devices, discrete semiconductors, analog and mixed signal products, and a
available. Their newest ARM-based LH7A and LH7 families feature high-
microcontroller offering recognized as one of the industry’s most complete.
resolution integrated LCD controllers and provide System-on-Chip capability.
CAN
Ethernet MAC
USB
LCD
LPC32x0
–
yes
FS Device/Host/OTG
yes
ARM9
LPC3180/01
–
–
FS Device/Host/OTG
–
ARM9
LH7A404
–
–
FS Host/Device
yes
ARM9
LH7A400
–
–
FS Device
yes
ARM9
LPC29xx
2 ports
–
–
–
ARM7
LPC288x/01
–
–
HS Device
–
ARM7
LPC247x
2 ports
yes
FS Device/Host/OTG
yes
ARM7
LPC246x
2 ports
yes
FS Device/Host/OTG
–
ARM7
LPC23xx
2 ports (check series for specifics)
yes
FS Device/Host/OTG
(check series for specifics)
–
ARM7
LPC229x/01
4 or 2 ports
–
–
–
ARM7
LPC2194/01
4 ports
–
–
–
ARM7
LPC2157/58
1 port (check series for specifics)
–
FS Device (on LPC2158)
yes
ARM7
LPC214x
–
–
FS Device
–
ARM7
LPC2129/01
2 ports
–
–
–
ARM7
LPC2119/01
2 ports
–
–
–
ARM7
LPC2109/01
1 port
–
–
–
ARM7
LH79524/25
–
yes
FS Device
yes
ARM7
LH79520
–
–
–
yes
ARM7
LH75411
–
–
–
yes
ARM7
LH75401
1 port
–
–
yes
Technology
Part or Series
ARM9
5
Part and Family
Selector guide
RAM (Kb)
Instruction
cache
Data
cache
No. of
timers
PWM
channels
USB
UART
I 2C
SPI
ADC (10–bit)
No. of channels
I/O pins
External bus
interface
PLL
Max. freq. (MHz)
CPU voltage
I/O voltage
Temp. range
options
LPC3000* and LH7A FAMILY – ARM9
LPC3220
–
128
32 K
32 K
7
11
1
7
2
2
3
87
•
•
208
1.2 V
3/2.8/1.8 V
F
TFBGA296
A/D converter (channel x bit) 3 x 10, 2 I2S, 2 SPI/SSP.
LPC3230
–
256
32 K
32 K
7
11
1
7
2
2
3
87
•
•
208
1.2 V
3/2.8/1.8 V
F
TFBGA296
A/D converter (channel x bit) 3 x 10, 2 I2S, 2 SPI/SSP, LCD
Controller.
LPC3240
–
256
32 K
32 K
7
11
1
7
2
2
3
87
•
•
208
1.2 V
3/2.8/1.8 V
F
TFBGA296
A/D converter (channel x bit) 3 x 10, 2 I2S, 2 SPI/SSP,
10/100 Ethernet.
LPC3250
–
256
32 K
32 K
7
11
1
7
2
2
3
87
•
•
208
1.2 V
3/2.8/1.8 V
F
TFBGA296
A/D converter (channel x bit) 3 x 10, 2 I2S, 2 SPI/SSP, LCD
Controller, 10/100 Ethernet.
64
32 K
32 K
4
2
1
7
2
2
3
55
•
•
208
1.2 V
3/1.8 V
F
LFBGA320
90-nm process, NAND Flash, SDRAM/DDR (1.8V), (1) USB
2.0 FS OTG, VFP unit, and SD card.
Timers
Flash (Kb)
Memory
Type
Serial interfaces
Package
Comments / Special features
LPC32x0 series
LPC3100 series
–
LPC3180/01
LPC2900 series
LPC2919
768
48
–
–
5
24
–
2
–
3
16
108
•
•
80
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LDFP144
ARM968E-S MCU with 2 LIN Master Controllers, 16 KB
I-TCM, 16 KB D-TCM.
LPC2917
512
48
–
–
5
24
–
2
–
3
16
108
•
•
80
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LDFP144
ARM968E-S MCU with 2 LIN Master Controllers, 16 KB
I-TCM, 16 KB D-TCM.
LH7A series
LH7A404
–
80 K
Frame
Buffer
8K
8K
5
2
1
3
0
1
10
64
•
•
266
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LFBGA324
Integrated LCD controller. IrDA touchscreen interface.
Touchscreen controller. MMU. USB 2.0 Full Speed Host/
Device. 32-bit external data bus. CompactFlash. SDRAM
controller. DMA controller. PCMCIA, BMI, PS/2, MMC/SD.
LH7A400
–
80 K
Frame
Buffer
8K
8K
5
0
1
3
0
1
–
60
•
•
245
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
BGA256
LFBGA256
Integrated LCD controller. IrDA. MMU. USB 2.0 Full Speed
device. 32-bit external data bus. CompactFlash. SDRAM
controller. MMC, PCMCIA, BMI.
Package
Comments / Special features
*Exception with 2900 ARM9 Series
RAM
No. of timers*
PWM channels
Ethernet
USB
UART
I 2C
CAN
SPI
SSP
I 2S
ADC (10–bit)
No. of channels
DAC (10–bit)
No. of channels
SD/MMC
I/O pins
External bus interface
PLL
Max. freq. (MHz)
CPU voltage
I/O voltage
Temp. range options
LPC2000 and LH7 FAMILY – ARM7
LPC2888
1M
64 K
4
–
–
1
1
1
–
–
–
1
5
–
•
85
•
•
60
1.8V
3.3 V
F
TBGA180
USB V2.0 high speed; IrDA configurable; LCD interface logic;
/01 version for JTAG enabled (for development), /D1 version
for JTAG disabled (for production).
LPC2880
–
64 K
4
–
–
1
1
1
–
–
–
1
5
–
•
85
•
•
60
1.8V
3.3 V
F
TBGA180
LPC2880 is the ROM-less version of the LPC2888.
LH79525
–
16 K
+8K
Cache
5
3
1
1
3
1
–
1
1
1
10
–
–
86
•
•
76
1.8V
3.3 V
F
LQFP176
ARM720T MCU with color LCD controller. Touchscreen
interface. USB 2.0 device. IrDA. SDRAM controller. MMU.
DMA. NAND Flash boot. 16-bit external data bus.
LH79524
–
16 K
+8K
Cache
5
3
1
1
3
1
–
1
1
1
10
–
–
104
•
•
76
1.8V
3.3 V
F
ARM720T MCU with color LCD controller. Touchscreen
LFBGA208 interface. USB 2.0 device. IrDA. SDRAM controller. MMU.
DMA. NAND Flash boot. 32-bit external data bus.
LH79520
–
32 K
+8K
Cache
6
2
–
–
3
–
–
1
1
–
–
–
–
64
•
•
77
1.8V
3.3 V
F
LQFP176
ARM720T MCU with color LCD controller. IrDA. SDRAM
controller. MMU. 32-bit external data bus.
LH75411
–
32 K
5
3
–
–
3
–
–
1
1
–
8
–
–
76
•
•
84
1.8V
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
Color LCD controller. Touchscreen interface. DMA controller.
5-V-tolerant I/O. 16-bit external data bus.
LH75401
–
32 K
5
3
–
–
3
–
1
1
1
–
8
–
–
76
•
•
84
1.8V
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
Color LCD controller. Touchscreen interface. DMA controller.
5-V-tolerant I/O. 16-bit external data bus.
Flash
Memory
Type
Timers
Serial interfaces
Analog
LPC2800 series
LH7 series
LPC2400 series
LPC2478
512 K
98 K
6
12
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
8
1
•
160
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP208
LPC2468 with XGA LCD controller.
TFBGA208
LPC2470
–
98 K
6
12
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
8
1
•
160
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP208
LPC2460 with XGA LCD controller.
TFBGA208
LPC2468
512 K
98 K
6
12
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
8
1
•
160
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
On-chip 4-MHz RC-Osc, GP DMA, RTC w/ 2 K batt. RAM 2
LQFP208
PWM blocks; USB 2.0 FS Host/OTG/device, DMA and 4 K
TFBGA208
RAM; UART 3 w/ IrDA; 32-bit ext. bus.
LPC2460
–
98 K
6
12
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
8
1
•
160
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP208
Flashless LPC2468.
TFBGA208
LPC2458
512 K
98 K
6
12
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
8
1
•
136
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
TBGA180
6
LPC2468 with 16-bit External Memory Interface.
Temp. range options
I/O voltage
CPU voltage
1
2
1
8
1
•
104
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
LPC2378 with 98 K SRAM and USB Host/OTG.
1
2
1
6
1
•
70
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP100
LPC2368 with 98 K SRAM.
LPC2378
512 K
58 K
6
6
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
8
1
•
104
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
On-chip 4MHz RC-Osc, GP DMA, RTC w/ 2 K batt. RAM
USB 2.0 FS device w/ PHY, DMA and 4 K RAM; UART 3
w/ IrDA; MiniBus (8-bit).
LPC2377
512 K
58 K
6
6
1
–
4
3
–
1
2
1
8
1
•
104
•
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
LPC2378 without USB or CAN.
LPC2368
512 K
58 K
6
6
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
6
1
•
70
–
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP100
100-pin version of LPC2378, no external bus.
LPC2367
512 K
58 K
6
6
1
–
4
3
–
1
2
1
6
1
•
70
–
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP100
LPC2368 without USB or CAN.
LPC2366
256 K
58 K
6
6
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
6
1
–
70
–
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP100
256 K Flash version of LPC2368, no SD/MMC.
LPC2365
256 K
58 K
6
6
1
–
4
3
–
1
2
1
6
1
–
70
–
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP100
LPC2366 without USB or CAN.
LPC2364
128 K
34 K
6
6
1
1
4
3
2
1
2
1
6
1
–
70
–
•
72
3.3 V
F
LQFP100
128 K Flash / 34 K RAM version of LPC2368, no SD/
MMC.
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
4
2
–
–
8
–
–
112
•
•
60
H
LQFP144
LPC2214/01 upgrade with 4x CAN.
LPC2214/01 upgrade with 2x CAN.
PLL
I/O pins
2
2
I 2S
3
3
SSP
4
4
SPI
1
1
I 2C
1
1
CAN
6
6
UART
6
6
USB
98 K
98 K
Ethernet
512 K
512 K
RAM
LPC2388
LPC2387
Type
Flash
SD/MMC
DAC (10-bit)
No. of channels
ADC (10-bit)
No. of channels
Analog
Max. freq. (MHz)
Serial interfaces
PWM channels
Timers
No. of timers*
Memory
External bus interface
LPC2000 and LH7 FAMILY (continued) – ARM7
Package
Comments / Special features
LPC2300 series
LPC2200 series
LPC2294/01
256 K
1.8 V
3.3 V
LPC2292/01
256 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
2
2
–
–
8
–
–
112
•
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
TFBGA144
LPC2290/01
–
64 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
2
2
–
–
8
–
–
76
•
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
ROM-less version of LPC2292/01.
LPC2220
–
64 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
2
–
–
8
–
–
76
•
•
75
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
TFBGA144
64 K RAM version of LPC2210/01.
LPC2214/01
256 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
2
–
–
8
–
–
112
•
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
External Bus, 4 Chip Selects, 10-bit SA ADC, 256 K
Flash.
LPC2212/01
128 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
2
–
–
8
–
–
112
•
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
128 K Flash version of LPC2214/01.
LPC2210/01
–
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
2
–
–
8
–
–
76
•
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP144
ROMless version of LPC2214/01.
2
1
4
2
–
–
4
–
–
46
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
H
LQFP64
LPC2124/01 upgrade with 4x CAN.
2
1
–
1
1
–
8+ 6
1
–
32
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP100
LPC2148 with 32 x 4 LCD driver.
2
2
–
1
1
–
2x8
1
–
32
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP100
LPC2138/01 with 32 x 4 LCD driver.
LPC2100 series
LPC2194/01
256 K
16 K
5
6
–
LPC2158
512 K
40 K
5
6
–
LPC2157
512 K
32 K
5
6
–
LPC2148
512 K
40 K
5
6
–
1
2
2
–
1
1
–
8+ 6
1
–
45
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
LPC2138 plus USB 2.0 full speed.
LPC2146
256 K
40 K
5
6
–
1
2
2
–
1
1
–
8+ 6
1
–
45
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
LPC2136 plus USB 2.0 full speed.
LPC2144
128 K
16 K
5
6
–
1
2
2
–
1
1
–
8+ 6
1
–
45
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
LPC2134 plus USB 2.0 full speed.
LPC2142
64 K
16 K
5
6
–
1
2
2
–
1
1
–
6
1
–
45
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
LPC2132 plus USB 2.0 full speed.
LPC2141
32 K
8K
5
6
–
1
2
2
–
1
1
–
6
–
–
45
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
LPC2131 plus USB 2.0 full speed.
LPC2138/01
512 K
32 K
5
6
–
–
2
2
–
1
1
–
2x 8
1
–
47
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
HVQFN64
LPC2136/01
256 K
32 K
5
6
–
–
2
2
–
1
1
–
2x 8
1
–
47
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
256 K Flash version of LPC2138/01.
LPC2134/01
128 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
2
–
1
1
–
2x 8
1
–
47
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
128 K Flash, 16 K RAM version of LPC2138/01.
LPC2132/01
64 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
2
–
1
1
–
8
1
–
47
–
•
60
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
HVQFN64
64 K Flash, 16 K RAM version of LPC2138/01.
3.3 V
32 K Flash, 8 K RAM version of LPC2138/01.
1
Dual 8-ch. 10-bit ADC, BOD, POR, 32-kHz XTAL input,
VBAT, Fast I/O.
LPC2131/01
32 K
8K
5
6
–
–
2
2
–
1
1
–
8
–
–
47
–
•
60
F
LQFP64
LPC2129/01
256 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
2
2
–
–
4
–
–
46
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
LPC2124/01 upgrade with 2x CAN.
LPC2119/01
128 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
2
2
–
–
4
–
–
46
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
LPC2114/01 upgrade with 2x CAN.
LPC2109/01
64 K
8K
5
6
–
–
2
1
1
2
–
–
4
–
–
46
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
LPC2119/01 with 64 KB Flash, 8 KB RAM, and 1x CAN.
LPC2124/01
256 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
2
–
–
4
–
–
46
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
10-bit SA ADC, 2x SPI and 256 K Flash.
LPC2114/01
128 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
2
–
–
4
–
–
46
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP64
128 K Flash version of the LPC2124/01.
LPC2106/01
128 K
64 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
32
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
B,F
LQFP48
64 K RAM, 128 K Flash.
LPC2105/01
128 K
32 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
32
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
B
LQFP48
32 K RAM version of LPC2106/01.
LPC2104/01
128 K
16 K
5
6
–
–
2
1
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
32
–
•
60
1.8 V
3.3 V
B
LQFP48
16 K RAM version of LPC2106/01.
LPC2103
32 K
8K
6
14**
–
–
2
2
–
1
–
–
8
–
–
32
–
•
70
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP48
Lowest cost, lowest power, ADC.
LPC2102
16 K
4K
6
14**
–
–
2
2
–
1
–
–
8
–
–
32
–
•
70
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP48
HVQFN48
16 K Flash, 4 K RAM version of LPC2103.
LPC2101
8K
2K
6
14**
-
-
2
2
-
1
-
-
8
-
-
32
-
•
70
1.8 V
3.3 V
F
LQFP48
8 K Flash, 2 K RAM version of LPC2103.
Note: Reset active low. * Includes Watchdog timer and real-time clock. ** Using timers 0-3.
7
NXP ARM9 Architecture Overview
NXP’s LPC3000 and LH7A ARM9
portfolios are based on the
ARM926EJ (ARM9E) and ARM922T
(ARM9) processor families.
The ARM9E processor family enables single processor solutions for microcontroller,
DSP and Java applications, offering savings in chip area and complexity, power
consumption, and time-to-market. The ARM9E family of products are DSP-enhanced
32-bit RISC processors, well suited for applications requiring a mix of DSP and
microcontroller performance. They include signal processing extensions to enhance
16-bit fixed point performance using a single-cycle 32 x 16 multiply-accumulate (MAC)
unit, and implement the 16-bit Thumb® instruction set giving excellent code density,
maximizing savings on system cost. The ARM926EJ-S processor also includes ARM
Jazelle™ technology which enables the direct execution of Java bytecodes in hardware.
The ARM9 processor family is built around the ARM9TDMI processor and incorporates
the 16-bit Thumb instruction set, which improves code density by as much as 35%.
The ARM9 family’s comprehensive feature set enables developers to implement
leading-edge systems, while delivering considerable savings in chip area, time-tomarket, development costs and power consumption.
8
ARM9/ARM9E Core Features
u 3
2-bit RISC processor with ARM®, Thumb® and DSP instruction sets
u H
igh-performance AHB system
u A
RM Jazelle technology delivers 8x Java acceleration (ARM926EJ-S)
u M
MU supporting Windows CE, Symbian OS, Linux, Palm OS (ARM926EJ-S)
u 5
-stage integer pipeline achieves 1.1 MIPS/MHz
u Integrated instruction and data caches
u S
ingle 32-bit AMBA bus interface
u R
eal-time debug support for SoC designers, including ETM interface
u Integrated real-time trace and debug support
u U
p to 16-entry write buffer — avoids stalling the processor when writes to
external memory are performed
u 2
15 MFLOPS for 3D graphics and real-time control systems
The NXP LPC3000 family is the only ARM9 microcontroller that provides a
To save time-to-market for applications that use an LCD screen, NXP’s LH7A,
vector floating-point co-processor and integrated USB On-The-Go, as well as the
ARM922T-based microcontrollers are equipped with an LCD controller.
ability to operate in ultra-low-power mode down to 0.9V. With speeds of up to
Supported by a comprehensive set of software and hardware design tools, the
208 MHz, the NXP LPC3180 series supports Linux and WinCE and is ideal for a
LH7A series makes it easy to create everything from cost-conscious consumer
wide range of high-precision applications such as point-of-sale (POS) equipment,
systems to advanced systems with media-rich environments.
medical devices, and global positioning systems (GPS).
9
LPC32x0 Devices
These advanced microcontrollers use a powerful ARM926EJ-S core, a VFP
co-processor, an internal bus matrix, and a large set of standard peripherals
to achieve outstanding performance.
Key features
u 2
08-MHz, 32-bit ARM9EJ-S with Embedded Trace Module (ETM)
NXP 208-MHz, 32-bit ARM926EJ-S
processor LPC32x0
u V
ector Floating-Point co-processor
u 9
0-nm technology for operation down to 0.9 V in low-power mode
u U
p to 256 KB of internal SRAM and 32 KB I-cache/32 KB D-cache
u E xternal memory controller for DDR and SDR SDRAM, SRAM, and Flash
External
memory
interfaces
u S
electable boot-up from NAND Flash, SPI memory, UART, or static
CPU subsystem
memory
ETB
u 1
0/100 Ethernet MAC with dedicated DMA controller (LPC3240 &
I-Cache
32 kB
D-Cache
32 kB
NAND
Flash
On-chip
memory
VFP9
ETM9
SD card
ROM
LPC3250 only)
SRAM and
SDRAM
(SDR/DDR)
control
ARM926EJ
u U
SB OTG with full-speed host and device capabilities
Instr
256 kB
SRAM
Data
u 2
4-bit LCD controller with dedicated DMA controller supports STN and
TFT panels (LPC3230 & LPC3250 only)
Bus matrix (multi-layer AHB)
u T hree-channel, 10-bit A/D converter with touchscreen interface
u C
omprehensive set of serial interfaces (two I2S, two SPI, two SSP, two
I C-bus, and seven UARTs)
2
u S
D memory-card interface
u S
ix 32-bit timers, Watchdog timer, 11 PWM channels, and real-time
Interrupt
controller
DMA
contoller
System
control
Watchdog
PLLs
clock with separate clock and power domain
Power
control
u 8
-channel, general-purpose DMA controller
LCD
GPIO
Ethernet
MAC
I2C 1, 2
UART
1-5, 7
Keyscan
High speed
timer
Touchscreen/
10-bit A/D
Millisecond
timer
USB OTG
I2S 0, 1
UART6
IrDA
SPI 1, 2
SSP 0, 1
RTC
Timer
0, 1, 2, 3
u K
eyboard-scan interface for 8 x 8 keys and up to 87 GPIO
PWM 1, 2
PWM 3, 4
u J TAG interface with emulation trace buffer
System functions
u C
ore voltage = 1.2 V, I/O = 1.8, 2.8, and 3.0 V
LPC32x0 block diagram
u T FBGA296 package (15 x 15 x 0.8 mm)
10
Other
peripherals
Communication
peripherals
Development Tools
phy CORE ®-ARM9/LPC3250
Low Power ARM9 with VFP
The phyCORE-LPC3250 is an ARM-9 based, small form factor, OEM-able
module populated with the NXP LPC3250. State-of-the-art power management, Floating-Point Unit, and rich peripherals such as USB OTG, Ethernet,
and integrated LCD controller make this module the ideal candidate for
embedded applications requiring high performance and low power
consumption. The on-board MMU supports major operating systems,
including Linux and Windows Embedded CE. Other chip-level features
include 7 UARTs, SPI, I2C, a real-time clock with a separate power domain,
The phyCORE SBC module is designed to plug into a PHYTEC Carrier Board
that provides the I/O connectors as well as any other interface circuitry not
provided on the phyCORE module itself. The phyCORE module, combined
with the PHYTEC Carrier Board, provides a platform to jump-start embedded designs and propel concept to prototype and finished product. The
phyCORE-LPC3250 Rapid Development Kit includes the module and carrier
board, 3.5” color LCD with integrated touch, Windows Embedded CE 6.0
OS demo image, and all the contents required to enable users to successfully set up target hardware and build and load a Windows Embedded CE
binary image with Platform Builder.
and NAND Flash and DDR memory controllers. These features make the
devices particularly suitable for automotive and industrial control applications as well as medical systems.
u NXP LPC3250 ARM926EJ-S processor with integrated Memory
Management Unit (MMU)
u 208 MHz core frequency
u Vector Floating-Point (VFP) co-processor
u TFT/STN LCD Controller
u 10/100 MBit Ethernet supporting HP Auto-MDIX
u USB OTG Full-Speed u 2 x SPI / 2 x SSP
u 2 x I2C / 2 x I2S
u 4 x Standard UARTs (1 @ RS-232)
u 3 x High-Speed UARTs (1 @ RS-232)
u Single supply 3.15V
u Memory Configuration:
• SDRAM: 64 MB (Optional 16, 32, 128 MB) • NOR Flash: 2 MB (Optional 1,4,8 MB)
• NAND Flash: 32 MB (Optional 16, 64, 128 MB)
• SPI EEPROM: 256 KB (Optional 128 or 256 KB) u SD/MMC support (1 slot on Carrier Board)
u SDIO controller supporting SD, SDIO, and CE-ATA devices
u Real-Time Clock - I2C (on-board)
u Real-Time Clock (on-chip)
u JTAG interface
u Module connector: 0.635 mm pitch, 2x 160-pin Molex
u Dimensions: 58 x 70 mm
u Temperature range: -40°C to + 85°C
LPC32x0 selection guide
Type
LPC3220
SRAM (KB)
A/D converter
(channel x bit)
10/100
Ethernet
LCD
controller
128
3 x 10
0
0
USB host,
device, OTG
1
Serial interfaces
I2C-bus
SPI/SSP
2
2
I2S
2
UART
Temperature
range (˚C)
Package
7
-40 to +85
TFBGA296
LPC3230
256
3 x 10
0
1
1
2
2
2
7
-40 to +85
TFBGA296
LPC3240
256
3 x 10
1
0
1
2
2
2
7
-40 to +85
TFBGA296
LPC3250
256
3 x 10
1
1
1
2
2
2
7
-40 to +85
TFBGA296
11
LPC3180/01 Device
A USB OTG interface with full host capability lets this high-performance
microcontroller connect directly to peripherals. Other options –
including seven UARTs, two SPI, two I2C, a real-time clock with
separate power domain, and controllers for NAND Flash and SDRAM
memory – increase design flexibility.
Low-power, ARM9-based
microcontroller
Key features
u 2
08-MHz, 32-bit ARM9EJ-S with AHB/APB interfaces
u 9
0-nm technology for operation down to 0.9 V in low-power mode
u V
ector floating-point co-processor
u E xternal memory interface for Flash, SDR, and DDR SDRAM
u 6
4 KB of SRAM, 32 K of instruction and data cache
u U
SB OTG with full-speed host capability
u G
eneral-purpose DMA controller and memory management unit
External Memory I/F
(NAND, SD, and DRAM)
E-ICE/RTM Interface
Embedded Trace Buffer
64-KB SRAM
Interrupt Controller
DMA
MMU
Vector Floating–Point Co-processor
32-bit ARM926EJ-S Bus Matrix
u 1
0-bit A/D converter
u M
ultiple serial interfaces: two I2C, two SPI, seven UART
32-K D Cache
u Two 32-bit timers and real-time clock with separate clock
32-K I Cache
Power Management, Real-time Clock,
Watchdog Timer, PLL
and power domain
u J TAG interface with emulation-trace buffer
u 1
.2-V core voltage, 3-V and 1.8-V I/O
u S
ecure Digital (SD) memory-card interface
u P
ackage: LFBGA320 (13 x 13 x 0.9 mm)
10-bit A/D Converter
(Three Channels)
USB 2.0
Full-speed / Host / OTG
Two timers with
Capture / Compare
2 x PWM
(1 Channel Each)
2 x I2C
2 x SPI
(Master Only)
(Master Only)
UART 1-7
(UART6 supports IrDA)
Keyscan
I/O ports (55)
LPC3180/01 block diagram
12
Development Tools
NOHAU LPC3000 EVALUATION BOARD
phy CORE ®-ARM9/LPC3180
ARM9 with Vector Floating-Point Unit
The phyCORE-ARM9/LPC3180 supports the industry’s first 90nm ARM9based microcontroller. The 32-bit MCU high-performance, low power LCP3180
ARM926EJ-S device from NXP Semiconductors (founded by Philips) provides a
vector floating-point co-processor and integrated USB OTG, as well as the ability
to operate in ultra-low-power mode down to 0.9V. The on-board MMU supports
major operating systems, including Linux which is the leading major embedded
OS. Other chip-level features include 7 UARTs, SPI, I2C, a real-time clock with a
separate power domain, and NAND Flash and DDR memory controllers. These
features make the devices particularly suitable for automotive and industrial
control applications as well as medical systems.
u S
ingle Board Computer in subminiature dimensions (60 x 53 mm) according
to low EMI phyCORE specifications
u N
XP Semiconductors (founded by Philips) LPC3180 ARM926EJ-S controller (208 MHz) with VFP9 hardware vector floating-point co-processor
for speed and efficiency as well as 2x SPI, 2x I²C, 2x PWM, MMU and
3-channel/10-bit ADC
u C
ontroller and board-level signals extend to two high-density (0.635 mm)
100-pin Molex connectors on underside of SBC
Nohau’s LPC3000 Evaluation Board is an effective tool to develop embedded systems using the LPC3000 family of microcontrollers. Development
for the LPC3180 is supported by the Nohau JTAG debugger, C compilers,
and Real-Time Operating Systems. Linux and μC/OS-2 RTOS have been
ported to the evaluation board. The evaluation board comes with a detailed
user guide to help the user get a jump-start in LPC3180 development.
There is also an available option to upgrade the JTAG interface to add fullfledged trace debug functionality.
u N
XP LPC3180 microcontroller
u S
ingle power supply input (5.0V)—regulated on board to provide all the
necessary EVB voltages
u U
ser reset pushbutton switch
u 2
0-way JTAG/ETB connector
u 3
2M (8M x 32) Bytes of SDRAM
u 3
2M (32M x 8) Bytes of NAND FLASH
u (1) LCD module with NXP PCF8558 built in
u (1) SD card connector
u (3) USB connectors (USB A receptacle connector for USB host; USB B
receptacle connector for USB device; USB mini AB receptacle connec-
u M
emory configuration:
• SDRAM: 16 to 64 MB synchronous SDRAM, max. access time of 10ns,
32-bit organization
tor for USB OTG) with NXP ISP1301
u (3) UART (RS232) physical interface circuits connected to standard PC
style DB9 female connectors
• Flash: 16 to 128 MB NAND-Flash in 8-bit mode
u (4) 80-pin break-out headers to provide easy access to many of the
• Serial: 1 to 32 KB I²C-EEPROM
microcontroller pins
u O
n-chip Real-Time Clock with Alarm function and battery back-up
u O
n-chip USB Host/Device interface (can be used as USB-OTG in conjunction with external ISP1301 USB-OTG device)
u U
SB-Ethernet adapter support (Suggested: SMC2209USB/ETH)
u (4) User-input pushbutton switches
u (2) User-output LEDs
u S
mall prototyping area consisting of an area of 0.1 inch spaced
through-holes with easy access to ground and 3.0V and 1.8V power
u 7
x UARTs, 3x of which at
supply points
RS-232 level (2x standard, 1x
High-Speed with
Handshake)
u J TAG signals extend to edge
connector
u Industrial temperature range
(-40 to +85°C)
LPC3180/01 selection guide
Type
External memory
interface
LPC3180/01
1
SRAM
64 KB
I-cache
D-cache
32 K
32 K
USB 2.0 + OTG
1
(1) UART6 supports IrDA
13
I 2C
2
SPI
UARTs
2
7(1)
ADC channels
(10-bit)
3
Package
LFBGA320
LPC291x Devices
Built around an ARM968 core, this 32-bit microcontroller is optimized for
automotive and industrial applications and fills the performance gap
between ARM7TDMI and ARM926EJ technologies. It offers
high-performance and very low power consumption, integrates CAN 2.0B
and LIN 2.0 controllers, and is available in an LQFP144 package.
NXP 80-MHz, 32-bit
ARM968 microcontroller
LPC291x with CAN and LIN
Key features
u 8
0-MHz, 32-bit ARM968E-S with AHB/APB interfaces
u Two TCM memories: 16-KB instruction, 16-KB data
u 4
8 KB of SRAM
u U
p to 768 KB Flash program memory
u Two CAN 2.0B controllers
u Two dedicated LIN 2.0 master controllers
16 KB of
Instruction Tightly Coupled Memory
16 KB of
Data Tightly Coupled Memory
48 KB of total SRAM
Up to 768 KB of
128-bit-wide Flash
u Two 3V 10-bit ADC with 8 channels each
JTAG debug interface
u Two 16C550 UARTs with 16-byte Tx and Rx FIFO depths
80-MHz, 32-bit ARM968E-S core
with AHB and APB interfaces
u T hree full-duplex Q-SPI interfaces with four slave-select lines
u F our 32-bit timers, four 6-channel 32-bit PWM units, Watchdog timer
Power management, Watchdog timer, PLL
u 3
2-bit external memory controllers
u 1
08 GPIO (tolerant to 5 V)
u Temperature range: -40 to +85 °C
u L QFP144 package
32-bit external memory controller
Vectored interrupt controller
Two 16C550 UARTs
3 x SPI
Four 32-bit timers
with capture/compare channels
Four 6-channel 32-bit PWM units
Two 3V 8-channel,10-bit ADCs
Two CAN 2.0B controllers
with global acceptance
Two LIN 2.0 master controllers
108 GPIO
(tolerant to 5V)
LPC291x block diagram
14
Development Tools
HITEX LPC2919 Evaluation Board
Keil MCB2900 Evaluation Board
This evaluation board hosts the LPC2919 microcontroller from NXP with
an embedded ARM968E-S processor core and with a JTAG interface. In
addition the driver chips for the external communication interfaces are
included together with a wire-wrap area. All microcontroller IO port pins are
accessible via connectors. The device drivers can be disabled via jumpers to
have control of the microcontroller IO pins. The board is USB powered and
enumerates as a mass storage memory device.
The Keil MCB2900 Evaluation Board connects to your PC using the JTAG
interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK2 USB-JTAG Adapter and
the µVision IDE and Debugger). Two Serial and two CAN interfaces make this
board a great starting point for your next ARM project.
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
E valuation board for NXP LPC2919 microcontroller in LQFP144 package
upport for internal 768kByte FLASH and 80kByte SRAM
S
Support of 2 CAN ports
Support of 2 RS232 ports
External SRAM 512k x 8 (limitation for evaluation board V1.0)
2 x small 7-segment LEDs attached to port pins
3 buttons for reset, IRQ and port pin
32,768kHz + 16MHz Quartz
Configuration of ports, reset, etc. via jumpers
JTAG debugger support with JTAG connector
2 x 24-pin connector for BLDC motor add-on board
1.8V and 3.3V power regulator,+5V directly from USB
Free wire-wrap area 20x20 pads
USB powered or alternative external power via BLDC connector
Power, reset and enumeration LED indicator
PCB, size 100 x 110mm
The connectors on the MCB2900 evaluation board provide easy access to
many of the on-chip peripherals.
u S
erial Port
A standard DB9 connector is available on the MCB2900 for the
LPC2900’s serial port. You application may use this port, if required.
u D
ual CAN Ports
Standard DB9 connectors are on the MCB2900 board for applications
requiring CAN communications. Your application may use either or both of
these ports, or they may be disabled with a configuration jumper.
u A
nalog Voltage Control for ADC Input
An adjustable analog voltage source is on the MCB2900 board for testing
the Analog to Digital output feature of the LPC2900. A configuration
jumper enables and disables this feature.
u J TAG Download and Debug
A JTAG interface is on the MCB2900 board and, coupled with the ULINK
USB-JTAG adapter, allows flash programming. The on-chip debug interface
can perform real-time in-circuit emulation of the LPC2900 device.
u E xternal RAM
1MB with 16-bit BUS configuration, alternatively 512KB with 8-bit BUS
configuration.
LPC291x selection guide
Memory
Type
Flash
(MB)
Serial interfaces
SRAM
(KB)
ITCM
(KB)
DTCM
(KB)
CAN
2.0B
LIN 2.0
16C
UART
SPI
ADCs
External memory
Package
LPC2917
512
48
16
16
2
2
2
3
2
•
LQFP144
LPC2919
768
48
16
16
2
2
2
3
2
•
LQFP144
15
LH7A Devices
These flexible, powerful microcontrollers, based on ARM9 cores, integrate
an LCD controller, so they save time-to-market for applications that use an
LCD screen. Supported by comprehensive software and hardware design
tools, they make it easy to create everything from cost-conscious consumer
systems to advanced systems with media-rich environments.
NXP 266-MHz ARM9
microcontroller with integrated
LCD controller LH7A40x
Key features
u U
p to 266-MHz, 32-bit ARM922T™ core
u Integrated LCD controller
• Support for STN, CSTN, TFT, and AD-TFT
• Resolutions up to 1024 x 768
32-bit external data bus
NAND Flash boot capability
(LH7A404)
80-KB frame buffer
8-KB instruction cache
8-KB data cache
SDRAM controller
• 16-level greyscale or up to 64k colors
u 3
2-bit external bus with SDRAM controller and NAND
Flash boot capability
u 8
0-KB frame buffer, and 8 KB each of instruction and data cache
Up to 266-MHz, 32-bit ARM922T core
u 1
0-channel, 10-bit A/D converter with touchscreen interface
(LH7A404 only)
Watchdog timer, real-time clock, PLL
u U
SB 2.0 host and device
Color / greyscale LCD controller
u M
ultiple 16-bit counter/timers and multiple PWMs
u R
eal-time clock, Watchdog timer, and PLL
Integrated touchscreen controller
(LH7A404)
10-channel, 10-bit
A/D converter (LH7A404)
I2C-bus or SMBus
USB 2.0 full-speed device
(LH7A400)
or
USB 2.0 full-speed host/device
(LH7A404)
SSI/SSP
Three UARTs with IrDA support
Multiple 16-bit
counter/timers
Multiple PWMs
(LH7A404 only)
MMC/SD/SDIO
interface
CompactFlash, audio codec,
PCMCIA and PS/2 interfaces
u E xtensive selection of serial interfaces, including SSI/SSP, three UARTs,
IrDA, I2C-bus, I2S
u G
eneral-purpose DMA controller
u C
ompactFlash, SD/MMC/SDIO, PS/2, audio codec (AC97), and PCMCIA
interfaces
u U
p to 64 GPIO
u Temperature range: -40 to +85 °C
u B
GA and LFBGA packages
Up to 64 GPIO
LH7A4xx block diagram
16
Development Tools
Logic PD LH7A404 Card Engine
Auckland EVA Evaluation Board
ARM9 module, based on NXP LH7A404
The AUCKLAND module is a credit-card-sized 32-bit processor module
based on the ARM9. It has a very powerful processor core and a wide range
of interfaces for expansion and periphery module purposes. The low energy
consumption and excellent graphics capability make it ideal for mobile use
and for devices with graphical user interfaces.
u H
igh Performance 200 MHz ARM9 RISC controller
u N
XP ARM922T LH7A404 32-bit microprocessor running up to 200 MHz
u S
DRAM memory 64 MB
u F lash memory 16 or 32 MB NOR
u B
uilt-in LCD controller supports up to 1024 x 768 x 8 bits per pixel
u Integrated 4-wire touchscreen controller
u 1
0/100 Base-T Ethernet controller (application/debug)
u Integrated graphics controller up to 1024 x 768 pixels
u A
C97 compliant audio codec
u L ow power consumption (typical 1 Watt)
u P
C card expansion CompactFlash Type I card (memory-mapped mode only)
u E xtended temperature range
u S
mart Card, MMC/SD, dual PCMCIA interfaces
u L ow cost evaluation kit available
u Two USB 2.0 full-speed host interfaces
u S
uspend to RAM mode (< 2mA)
u U
SB 2.0 full-speed device interface
u S
ystem on a module with complete Windows CE 5.0 support
u F lashnGo BIOS with remote control interface for setup and maintenance
u T hree 16C550 compatible UARTs
u S
PI interface
u L ogicLoader™ (boot loader/monitor)
u C
ard Engine form factor (60.2 x 67.8 x 4.4 mm)
u R
oHS compliant
*see page 23 for LogicPD ZOOM™ SDK
LH7A40x selection guide
Type
CPU core
LH7A400
ARM922T
8 KB (I-cache)
8 KB (D-cache)
80 KB (frame buffer)
ARM922T
8 KB (I-cache)
8 KB (D-cache)
80 KB (frame buffer)
LH7A404
RAM
GPIO
LCD controller
A/D converter
Serial interfaces
Temperature
range (˚C)
Package
60
1024 x 768: 64k colors
STN, CSTN, TFT, AD-TFT
–
SPI/SSP,
3 x UART, IrDA,
USB 2.0 device
-40 to +85
BGA256
LFBGA256
64
1024 x 768: 64k colors
STN, CSTN, TFT, AD-TFT
10 x 10-bit with
touchscreen
interface
SPI/SSP,
3 x UART, IrDA,
USB 2.0 device
and host
-40 to +85
LFBGA324
17
NXP ARM7 Architecture Overview
The ARM7 family is a range of low
power 32-bit RISC microprocessor
cores optimized for cost and power
sensitive consumer applications.
Offering up to 130MIPs (Dhrystone2.1), the ARM7 family incorporates the Thumb
16-bit instruction set - enabling 32-bit performance at 8/16-bit system cost. The
family consists of the ARM7TDMI, ARM7TDMI-S and ARM7EJ-S processor cores and
the ARM720T cached processor macrocell, each of which has been developed to
address different market requirements.
18
ARM7 Core Features
u E stablished, high-volume 32-bit RISC architecture
u S
imulation models for leading EDA environments
u U
p to 130 MIPs (Dhrystone 2.1) performance on a typical
u E xcellent debug support for SoC designers, including ETM interface 0.14µm process
u S
mall die size and very low power consumption
u H
igh code density, comparable to 16-bit microcontroller
u W
ide operating system and RTOS support - including Windows CE,
Palm OS, Symbian OS, Linux and market-leading RTOS
u M
ultiple sourcing from industry-leading silicon vendors
u A
vailability in 0.25µm, 0.18µm and 0.14µm processes
u M
igration and support across new process technologies
u C
ode is forward-compatible to ARM9, ARM9E and ARM11 processors
as well as Intel’s XScale technology
u W
ide choice of development tools
Based on an ARM7TDMI-S core operating at up to 72 MHz, NXP’s LPC2000
and LH7 32-bit microcontrollers deliver high performance and low power
consumption in a cost-effective package. In addition to offering integrated
LCD support, they offer a wide range of peripherals, including multiple serial
interfaces, Ethernet, USB Host/OTG, CAN, and external bus options and are
designed for use in general purpose and specialty embedded applications such
as industrial control, automotive, medical, and connectivity.
19
LPC28xx Devices
The LPC2888 offers 1 MB of Flash, 64 KB of SRAM, external memory
interfaces, high-speed (480 Mbps) USB 2.0, a 10-bit A/D
converter, and multiple serial interfaces. The LPC2880 is a ROM-less
version of the LPC2888. Both operate from a single AA(A) battery cell
or a USB input.
ARM7-based microcontrollers
with High-Speed USB 2.0
and 1 MB Flash
Key features
u 6
0-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S with AHB/APB
interfaces and 8 KB of cache
u U
p to 1 MB of Flash
u 6
4 KB of SRAM
1MB of 128-bit-wide Flash
(LPC2888 only)
E-ICE/RT interface and
embedded-trace macrocell
64-KB SRAM
Vectored interrupt
controller and event router
u E xternal memory controller for SDRAM, Flash, SRAM
u V
ery fast Flash programming via on-chip boot loader software
u U
SB 2.0 high-speed (480 Mbps) device with PHY and DMA
60-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S core
with AHB and APB interfaces and 8 KB of cache
u H
igh-efficiency switching and linear regulators for power savings
u O
peration from single AA(A) battery cell or USB input
External memory controller supporting
Flash, SRAM, ROM, SDRAM, and memory-mapped I/O
u G
eneral-purpose DMA controller
u 1
0-bit A/D converter
Power management, real-time clock, Watchdog timer,
PLL on chip DC/DC converter
u M
ultiple serial interfaces: I2C, I2S, UART with IrDA, 8-bit LCD
u Two 32-bit timers
u R
eal-time clock and Watchdog timer
u S
D Card interface
u P
ackage: TFBGA180 (10 x 10 x 0.8 mm)
General-purpose
DMA controller
USB 2.0 full-speed (12 Mbps)
and high-speed (480 Mbps)
device with on-chip PHY
Timer 0 (32-bit)
Timer 1 (32-bit)
I2S
I 2C
UART with IrDA support
8-bit LCD interface bus
10-bit A/D converter
(five channels)
16-bit analog
I/O channels
Up to 85 I/O ports
LPC2888/2880 block diagram
20
Development Tools
NOHAU LPC288x EVALUATION BOARD
u P
ower Source Options:
• AA size battery
• USB
• External 5V DC power supply
u 2
0 Way JTAG connector
u 1
6M (8M x 16) Bytes of SDRAM
u 8
M (4M x 16) Bytes of FLASH
• Expandable to 16M (8M x 16) Bytes of FLASH
u 1
x LCD Module with Epson S1D15605 built in
u 1
x SD Card connector
u 1
x USB connector (USB B Receptacle Connector for USB Device)
u 1
x UART (RS232) physical interface circuits connected to standard
PC style DB9 male connector
u 1
x Headphone jack (3.5mm)
u (Not installed) Additional Headphone jack (3.5mm)
u 2
x 10, 2 x 20 pin break-out headers
u R
eset pushbutton switch
u M
ode Selection pushbutton switches
u S
tart, Stop pushbutton switches
u 1
x User output LED
u 3
x Power Supply Status LEDs
u S
mall prototyping area consisting of an area of 0.1 inch spaced
through-holes with easy access to ground and 3.3V power supply points
LPC288x selection guide
Memory
Type
Flash (MB)
Serial interfaces
SRAM (KB)
USB 2.0
(12 or 480 Mbps)
I 2S
I2C
UART
(IrDA)
LCD
(8-bit)
ADC channels
(10-bit)
Package
LPC2880(1)
0
64
1
1
1
1
1
5
TFBGA180
LPC2888
1
64
1
1
1
1
1
5
TFBGA180
(1) LPC2880 is ROM-less version of LPC2888
21
LH7 Devices
These flexible, powerful microcontrollers, based on ARM7 cores,
integrate an LCD controller, so they save time-to-market for
applications that use an LCD screen. Supported by comprehensive
software and hardware design tools, they make it easy to design a wide
range of applications.
NXP ARM7-based microcontroller
with integrated LCD controller
LH754xx and LH7952x
Key features
u Powerful, flexible ARM cores
• 84-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S™ (LH754xx)
• 77-MHz, 32-bit ARM720T™ (LH7952x)
u Integrated LCD controller
• Support for STN, CSTN, TFT, and AD-TFT
• Resolutions up to 1024 x 768
• 16-level greyscale or up to 64k colors
16-bit external data bus
(LH754xx, LH79525)
or
32-bit external data bus
(LH79520, LH79524)
NAND Flash boot capability
(LH79524, LH79525)
Up to 32 KB of SRAM
SDRAM controller
(LH7952x)
u Integrated touchscreen controller
u 16- or 32-bit external bus with optional SDRAM controller
and NAND Flash boot capability
84-MHz, 32-bit ATM7TDMI-S core (LH754xx)
77-MHz, 32-bit ARM720T core (LH7952x)
u Up to 32 KB of internal SRAM and 8 KB of cache
u Up to 10-channel, 10-bit A/D converter
Watchdog timer, real-time clock, PLL
u Multiple 16-bit counter/timers and multiple PWMs
Color / greyscale LCD controller
(LH75401, LH75411, LH7952x)
or
Greyscale LCD controller
(LH75400, LH75410)
u Real-time clock, Watchdog timer, and PLL
u Extensive selection of serial interfaces, including SSI/SSP,
multiple UARTs, IrDA, I2C-bus, I2S, CAN 2.0B, USB 2.0 device,
10/100 Base-T Ethernet MAC
u 5 V - tolerant I/O
u Up to 104 GPIO
u Temperature range: -40 to +85°C
u LQFP and LFBGA packages
Integrated
touchscreen controller
(LH754xx, LH79524, LH79525)
Multi-channel, high-resolution
A/D converter
(LH754xx, LH79524, LH79525)
10/100 Base-T Ethernet MAC
(LH79524, LH79525)
USB 2.0 full-speed device
(LH79524, LH79525)
SSI/SSP and
multiple UARTS
IrDA
(LH7952x)
I2C-bus or SMBus
(LH79524, LH79525)
CAN 2.0B
(LH75400, LH75401)
Multiple 16-bit counter/timers
Multiple PWMs
76 GPIO (LH754xx)
64/86/104 GPIO (LH7952x)
LH754xx and LH7952x block diagram
22
Development Tools
u K
it contents:
• Card Engine
• Application baseboard
• Null-modem serial cable
• Ethernet crossover cable
• 5 volt power supply with power adapters (Europe, Japan, UK, and US)
• Logic Starter CD
• QuickStart Guide
LOGIC PD NXP Zoom™ SDK
Supports LH7A/LH7
u O
perating Systems1:
• Windows CE
• Linux
• VxWorks
• Nucleus
• MQX RTOS
• Micro Digital SMX RTOS
u Z
oom™ SDK baseboard (102 x 152 x 16.8 mm)
u O
ptional Display Kits
1) Refer to Card Engine for availability
2) Refer to specific Card Engine Product Information for peripherals support
u Includes NXP Card Engine module:
• LH7A404 Card Engine
• LH75401 Card Engine
• LH79524 Card Engine
u Standard peripheral connectors supporting: Ethernet, LCD,
audio in/out, serial, CompactFlash, USB host2, USB device2
u L ogicLoader™ (boot loader/monitor) in executable format
u GNU cross-development tools (compiler, linker, assembler,
debugger) included
LH7754xx and LH7952x selection guide
CPU Core
LH75400
ARM7TDMI-S
32 KB
76
1024 x 768
16-level greyscale
8 x 10-bit with
touchscreen interface
SPI/SSP,
3 x UART, CAN 2.0B
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LH75401
ARM7TDMI-S
32 KB
76
640 x 480: 4096 colors
800 x 600: 256 colors
1024 x 768: 16 colors
8 x 10-bit with
touchscreen interface
SPI/SSP,
3 x UART, CAN 2.0B
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LH75410
ARM7TDMI-S
32 KB
76
1024 x 768
16-level greyscale
8 x 10-bit with
touchscreen interface
SPI/SSP,
3 x UART
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LH75411
ARM7TDMI-S
32 KB
76
640 x 480: 4096 colors
800 x 600: 256 colors
1024 x 768: 16 colors
8 x 10-bit with
touchscreen interface
SPI/SSP,
3 x UART
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LH79520
ARM720T
8 KB (cache)
32 KB (SRAM)
64
800 x 600: 64k colors
1024 x 768: 256 colors
–
SPI/SSP,
3 x UART, IrDA
-40 to +85
LQFP176
ARM720T
8 KB (cache)
16 KB (SRAM)
104
800 x 600: 64k colors
1024 x 768: 256 colors
10 x 10-bit with
touchscreen interface
SPI/SSP, 3 x UART, IrDA,
I2C-bus, I2S, USB 2.0
device, 10/100 Base-T
Ethernet
-40 to +85
LFBGA208
ARM720T
8 KB (cache)
16 KB (SRAM)
86
800 x 600: 64k colors
1024 x 768: 256 colors
10 x 10-bit with
touchscreen interface
SPI/SSP, 3 x UART, IrDA,
I2C-bus, I2S,USB 2.0
device, 10/100 Base-T
Ethernet
-40 to +85
LQFP176
LH79524
LH79525
RAM
GPIO
LCD controller
A/D converter
23
Serial interfaces
Temperature
range (˚C)
Package
Type
LPC24xx Devices
Built for connectivity, these powerful yet cost-effective microcontrollers support 10/100 Ethernet, full-speed (12 Mbps) USB 2.0, USB
OTG, and CAN 2.0B. They have 512 KB of ISP/ IAP Flash, 98 KB of
SRAM, an external memory interface, 10-bit A/D and D/A converters,
an internal RC oscillator, and an SD memory-card interface on two
high-speed buses to eliminate communication bandwidth bottlenecks.
ARM7 MCU with Ethernet,
USB OTG, CAN, and optional
LCD controller
The LPC247x adds a QVGA LCD controller.
Key features
u 7
2-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S with dual AHB buses
u 5
12 KB of ISP/IAP Flash and 98 KB of SRAM
u E xternal memory interface for SDRAM, SRAM, and Flash
Up to 512 KB of
128-bit-wide ISP/IAP Flash
E-ICE/RT interface and
embedded-trace macrocell
98 KB of total SRAM
Enhanced vectored
interrupt controller
u 1
0/100 Ethernet MAC with DMA and MII/RMII interface
72-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S
core with dual AHB buses
u U
SB 2.0 full-speed OTG/Device/OHCI plus PHY and DMA
u Two CAN 2.0B controllers with acceptance filtering
Power management, 3.3-V supply, real-time clock,
Watchdog timer, internal RC, PLL
u G
eneral-purpose DMA controller
u 1
0-bit A/D converter and 10-bit D/A converter
u X
GA LCD controller with dedicated DMA for TFT and
10/100 Ethernet MAC
with 16 KB of SRAM
Two CAN buses
with acceptance filters
USB 2.0 full-speed device, OHCI/OTG
with PHY, DMA, and 4 KB FIFO
General-purpose
DMA controller
10-bit A/D converter
(eight channels)
10-bit D/A converter
(one channel)
Four 32-bit timers
(with capture/compare channels)
PWM unit
Four UARTs
(UART1 with modem control)
SD/MMC memory-card interface
I2S
Three I2C
One SPI and two SSP
Real-time clock with
2-KB battery-backed RAM
STN panels (LPC247x only)
u M
ultiple serial interfaces: three I2C, one I2S, four UARTs,
three SPI/SSP
u Two PWM units
u F our 32-bit timers, a low-power real-time clock, and a
Watchdog timer
u 4
-MHz internal RC (IRC) oscillator trimmed to 1% accuracy
u 1
60 general-purpose Fast I/O pins
u S
ingle 3.3-V power supply
u B
oundary scan
u P
ackages:
• LQFP208 (28 x 28 x 1.4 mm)
• TFBGA208 (15 x 15 x .08 mm)
LCD controller for XGA STN and TFT displays (LPC247x only)
• TFBGA180 (12 x 12 x 0.8 mm)
160 Fast I/O pins
LPC24xx block diagram
24
Development Tools
Embedded Artists LPC2468 OEM Board
Hitex LPC-Stick - LPC2468
u LPC2468 in BGA, Small form factor board (70 x 66 mm)
Discover the performance of the LPC2468 ARM7TDMI core with the LPC-Stick.
u 100/10Mbps Ethernet PHY
The LPC-Stick is a small modular evaluation kit with optional extension boards.
The LPC-Stick package provides target hardware with the LPC2468 micro-
u 256 Mbit SDRAM, 1 Gbit NAND FLASH, 32 Mbit NOR FLASH, 256 Kbit EEPROM
u Ethernet connector, USB OTG/Host/Device connectors, MMC/SD connector,
CAN interface and connector, JTAG and ETM connectors
controller from NXP, external SRAM, user pins and LEDs for applications use.
u USB-to-serial bridge (UART #0), Full modem RS232 on UART #1
Combined with the proven USB debugger device connection and the non-limited
u Keys/LEDs via I2C
HiTOP development tools, the LPC-Stick allows full access to all chip features,
uP
ower supply
u1
92 pin expansion connector (2 mm pitch)
debugging and programming.
u L PC-Stick hardware with LPC2468 microcontroller (ARM7TDMI-S CPU core),
Ethernet, USB/OTG, CAN, Extension connector, User LEDs, user I/O, etc.
uQ
VGA expansion
uW
LAN expansion
u E xtension connector for Samtec micro edge connector
MEC6-140-02-L-D-RA1
LPC2468 Industrial Reference Design
u P
ower regulator from National Semiconductor
u C
ore PCB
• LPC2468-B MCU
• Flash Memory
• SRAM
• Ethernet PHY
u S
tick demo application with GUI control software
u H
iTOP5 IDE and debugger
u G
NU C/C++ compiler
u Tasking VX-Toolset (limited evaluation version)
u U
SB interface for debugging, programming and
u S
oftware
• Micrium OSII RTOS
• CAN
• Ethernet (Micrium)
• RS232
• USB HOST & Device (Micrium)
u B
ase PCB
• USB HOST & Device Ports
• 2 CAN Ports
• 2 RS232 Ports
• Ethernet Port
• I2C – RS485
• Power Over Ethernet
• Temp Sensor
• Piezo
• VFD/LCD Interface
virtual COM port for user application
u C
D containing toolchain and useful information and datasheets
LPC24xx selection guide
Memory
Serial interfaces
ADC/DAC options
USB 2.0
Type
LPC2458FET180
Flash
SRAM
External
10/100
(OTG/OHCI/
(KB)
(KB)
interface
Ethernet
DEV)
16-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
512
98
ADC
DAC
SPI/
SD/
LCD
channels
channels
controller
(10-bit)
(10-bit)
CAN
UART
I 2C
I2S
SSP
MMC
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
–
8
1
TFBGA180
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
–
8
1
LQFP208
Package
LPC2460FBD208
–
98
Full 32-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
LPC2460FET208
–
98
Full 32-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
–
8
1
TFBGA180
LPC2468FBD208
512
98
Full 32-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
–
8
1
LQFP208
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
–
8
1
TFBGA180
LPC2468FET208
512
98
Full 32-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
LPC2470FBD208
–
98
Full 32-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
1
8
1
LQFP208
LPC2470FET208
–
98
Full 32-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
1
8
1
TFBGA180
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
1
8
1
LQFP208
1
2
4
3
1
3
1
1
8
1
TFBGA180
LPC2478FBD208
512
98
Full 32-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
LPC2478FET208
512
98
Full 32-bit
1 (MII/
RMII)
25
LPC23xx Devices
Built for connectivity, these powerful yet cost-effective microcontrollers support 10/100 Ethernet, full-speed (12 Mbps) USB 2.0, and
CAN 2.0B. They have up to 512 KB of ISP/IAP Flash, up to 98 KB of
SRAM, 10-bit A/D and D/A converters, an IRC oscillator, and options
for an SD memory-card interface.
ARM7-based microcontrollers
with Ethernet, USB, and
CAN peripherals
Key features
u 7
2-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S with dual AHB buses
u U
p to 512 KB of ISP/IAP Flash
u U
p to 98 KB of SRAM
u V
ery fast Flash programming via on-chip boot loader
u 1
0/100 Ethernet MAC interface with DMA
Up to 512 KB of
128-bit-wide ISP/IAP Flash
E-ICE/RT interface and
embedded-trace macrocell
Up to 98 KB of total SRAM
Enhanced vectored
interrupt controller
u U
SB 2.0 full-speed (12 Mbps) device with PHY and DMA
72-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S
core with dual AHB buses
u U
SB 2.0 full-speed Open Host Control Interface / On-The-Go
(LPC2388 only)
Power management, 3.3-V supply, real-time clock,
Watchdog timer, internal RC, PLL
u Two CAN 2.0B controllers with acceptance filtering
u G
eneral-purpose DMA controller 4 10-bit A/D converter
and 10-bit D/A converter
u M
ultiple serial interfaces: three I2C, one I2S, four UARTs,
and three SPI/SSPs
u F our 32-bit timers
u R
eal-time clock and Watchdog timer
u 4
-MHz internal RC (IRC) oscillator trimmed to 1% accuracy
u S
ecure Digital (SD) memory-card interface
(LPC2368/77/78/87/88 only)
u S
ingle 3.3-V power supply (3.0 to 3.6 V)
u S
everal power-down modes, including “deep-power-down”
u B
oundary scan (LPC2377/78/88 only)
u P
ackages:
– LQFP100 (14 x 14 x 1.4 mm)
10/100 Ethernet MAC
with 16 KB of SRAM
Two CAN buses
with acceptance filters
USB 2.0 full-speed device, OHCI/OTG
with PHY, DMA, and 4 KB FIFO
General-purpose
DMA controller
10-bit A/D converter
(up to eight channels)
10-bit D/A converter
(one channel)
Four 32-bit timers
(with capture/compare channels)
PWM unit
Four UARTs
(UART1 with modem control)
SD/MMC memory-card interface
(LPC2368 and LPC2378 only)
I 2S
Three I2C
One SPI and two SSP
Real-time clock with
2-KB battery-backed RAM
– LQFP144 (20 x 20 x 1.4 mm)
70 I/O pins
104 I/O pins (LPC2377/78/88)
– TFBGA100 (9 x 9 x 0.7 mm)
LPC23xx block diagram
26
Development Tools
IAR KickStart Kit for LPC2378
MCB2300 Evaluation Boards from Keil
u C
olor LCD
u C
onnects to your PC using:
• Serial port for Flash download using FlashMagic
u 2
xRS232 serial port
• JTAG interface for program debug using the Keil ULINK
u 2
xCAN drivers and connectors
u S
D/MMC card connector
and µVision IDE and Debugger
u 2
user buttons, Reset button
u Two board options:
• MCB236x with 100 pin LPC2368
u 1
joystick
• MCB237x with 144 pin LPC2378
u J TAG connector
u Trace mictor connector
u B
oard features:
• On-chip Ethernet interface
u U
SB connector
• USB device interface
u H
eadphone & MIC connector
• Two serial interfaces
u A
vailable directly from IAR
• Two CAN interfaces
• Speaker
• Analog input (via potentiometer)
• Eight LEDs
LPC23xx selection guide
Memory
Serial interfaces
ADC/DAC options
ADC
channels
(10-bit)
DAC
channels
(10-bit)
Flash
(KB)
SRAM
(KB)
10/100
Ethernet
USB 2.0
(12 Mbps)
CAN
UART
I2C
I 2S
SPI
SSP
SD/
MDC
LPC2364Fxx100
128
34
1 (RMII)
Device
2
4
3
1
1
2
–
6
1
LQFP100, TFBGA100
LPC2365FBD100
256
58
1 (RMII)
–
–
4
3
1
1
2
•
6
1
LQFP100
LPC2366FBD100
256
58
1 (RMII)
Device
2
4
3
1
1
2
–
6
1
LQFP100
LPC2367FBD100
512
58
1 (RMII)
–
–
4
3
1
1
2
•
6
1
LQFP100
LPC2368Fxx100
512
58
1 (RMII)
Device
2
4
3
1
1
2
•
6
1
LQFP100, TFBGA100
LPC2377FBD144(1)
512
58
1 (RMII)
–
–
4
3
1
1
2
•
8
1
LQFP144
LPC2378FBD144
512
58
1 (RMII)
Device
2
4
3
1
1
2
•
8
1
LQFP144
512
98
1 (RMII)
Device
2
4
3
1
1
2
•
6
1
LQFP100
1 (RMII)
OHCI/OTG/
Device
2
4
3
1
1
2
•
8
1
LQFP144
Type
(1)
LPC2387FBD100
LPC2388FBD144 (1)
512
98
(1) LPC2377, LPC2378, and LPC2388 are equipped with MiniBus
27
Package
LPC22xx Devices
This family of high-performance microcontrollers includes parts that
integrate up to 256 KB of on-chip Flash, 16 KB of on-chip RAM, a
10-bit ADC, and an external memory interface. There are options
for up to four CAN interfaces and can provide support for extended
temperature ranges. The Flashless LPC22x0 delivers performance up
to 75MHz with up to 64 KB of on-chip RAM.
NXP 60 and 75-MHz, 32-bit
ARM7TDMI-S™ processors LPC22xx
Key features
u 60-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S with AHB/APB interfaces
* Up to 75MHz for the LPC22x0
u Up to 256 KB of ISP/IAP Flash
* Up to 64 KB of SRAM for the LPC22x0
Up to 256 KB of ISP/IAP,
128-byte-wide Flash
*No Flash for LPC22x0
E-ICE/ETM interface and
embedded-trace macrocell
Up to 64 KB of SRAM
Vectored
Interrupt Controller
u 16 KB of SRAM
u 8-channel, 10-bit A/D converter
u Two CAN buses for the LPC2290 only
Up to 75-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S core
with AHB/APB buses
u Up to four CAN buses for the LPC229x
u External memory interface
Power management, real-time clock, Watchdog timer, PLL
u Optional 16-bit Thumb Mode for code-size critical applications
u Very fast Flash programming via on-chip boot loading software
8-channel, 10-bit A/D converter
Up to four CAN buses
LPC2290 has 2 CAN buses
LPC2294 has 4 CAN buses
Two 32-bit timers
(with capture/compare channels)
PWM
u Two 32-bit timers and one PWM unit
u Real-time clock and Watchdog timer
u Multiple serial interfaces: two UARTs, Fast I C-bus, two SPI
2
Two UARTs (UART 1 with modem control)
u 112 I/O pins
* 76 I/O pins for the LPC22x0
Two SPI interfaces
u Temperature range: -40 to + 85 °C
Up to 112 I/O pins
* Optional extended temperature range:
-40 to + 125 °C (LPC2294 only)
I2C-bus
LPC22xx block diagram
u Small LQFP144 and TFBGA144 packages
* TFBGA144 for LPC2220 & 2292 only
28
Development Tools
Phytec
phy CORE-ARM7/LPC229x
Embest LPCEB2000 Evaluation Board
Use to develop with all LPC22xx parts
Use to Evaluate LPC211x/2x/3x/94 and all LPC22xx
u S
ingle Board Computer (53mm x 62mm)
u K
it consists of Module Board + Expansion Board + Embest IDE
u Two 100-pin Molex connectors
u E xpansion Board:
u M
emory:
• Dimensions: 182 x 139 mm
• SRAM : 1MB to 8MB asynchronous
• 2 serial ports, 1 CAN port, I2C bus
• FLASH : 1MB to 16MB asynchronous
• 1 reset button, 4x4 keyboard
• EEPROM : 1KB to 8KB
• 8 indicator lights, 8-digit 8-segment LED
u 1
0/100Mbit SMSC LAN91C111 Ethernet Controller
• 2-channel AD sampling input
u I2C Real-Time clock with calendar & alarm function
• 2-channel PWM output (to buzzer and to PWMDAC),
u Two UART interfaces with RS232 transceivers
Analog output to speaker
u U
p to 4 CAN interfaces, support of CAN signal transceivers for max.
• 20-pin standard JTAG port
u M
odule Board (plugs into Expansion board)
2 interfaces on board
• LPCEB2000-S (for LPC211x/2x/9x)
• LPCEB2000-A (for LPC213x)
• LPCEB2000-B (for LPC22xx)
LPC22xx selection guide
Memory
Type
Flash (KB)
SRAM (KB)
I/O pins
10-bit A/D
converter
channels
Serial interfaces
External
Memory
Interface
CAN bus
I2C
UART
SPI
Temperature
range (°C)
Package
LPC2210
0
16
76
8
•
–
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LPC2212
128
16
112
8
•
–
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LPC2214
256
16
112
8
•
–
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LPC2220
–
64
76
8
•
0
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP144
TFBGA144
LPC2290
–
16
76
8
•
2
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LPC2210
–
16
76
8
•
0
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LPC2290
0
16
76
8
•
2
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP144
LPC2292
256
16
112
8
•
2
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP144
TFBGA144
LPC2292
256
16
112
8
•
4
1
2
2
-40 to +125
LQFP144
29
LPC215x, LPC214x
and LPC213x Devices
These powerful yet cost-effective microcontrollers offer USB 2.0
full-speed (12Mbps) capability. Most have up to two 10-bit A/D
converters and a 10-bit D/A converter. In addition to having multiple
interfaces (CAN, I2Cs, UARTs, SPIs and SSP), these high-performance
MCUs have up to 512 KB of ISP/IAP Flash and can support an
exteneded temperature range.
ARM7-based microcontrollers with
LCD driver, USB 2.0, 10-bit ADC,
10-bit DACs and CAN
The LPC2157/58 is a combination of a high-performance ARM7-based
microcontroller with a flexible LCD driver, making it easy to integrate
advanced technology into everyday applications.
Key features
u 60-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S with AHB/APB interfaces
Up to 512 KB of
128-bit-wide ISP/IAP Flash
E-ICE/RTM interface and
embedded-trace macrocell
Up to 32 KB of SRAM
Vectored
Interrupt Controller
u Up to 512 KB of ISP/IAP Flash
60-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S TM core
u Up to 40 KB of SRAM
with AHB and APB interfaces
u Very fast Flash programming via on-chip boot loader
Power management, 3.3-V supply,
real-time clock, Watchdog timer, PLL
u USB 2.0 full-speed (12 Mbps) device (LPC2158)
u 32 segments x 4 backplanes LCD controller
u Up to two 10-bit A/D converters
* Enhanced features on LPC213x/01 versions
u 10-bit D/A converter
u Multiple serial interfaces: up to two I2Cs, two UARTs, one SPI,
and one SSP
u Two 32-bit timers
u Real-time clock and Watchdog timer
u Up to 47 I/O pins (5-V tolerant)
32 segments x 4 backplanes LCD
controller (LPC2157 & LPC2158 only)
10-bit D/A converter
(one channel)
Up to two 10-bit A/D converters
(8 channels each)
PWM unit
(six outputs)
Two 32-bit timers
(four capture/ compare
channels each)
Two I2C
up to two UARTs
SPI, SSP
USB 2.0 FS Device (LPC214x and LPC2158)
u Single 3.3-V supply
up to 47 I/O ports
u Temperature Range: -40 to +85°C
u LQFP64 package (10 x 10 x 1.4 mm)
LPC213x, 214x and 215x block diagram
u HVQFN64 package (9 x 9 x 0.85 mm)
u LQFP100 package (14 x 14 x 1.4 mm)
30
Development Tools
Keil MCB2130/MCB2140 Evaluation Boards
IAR KS2148 Evaluation Board
Use to Evaluate LPC2141/42/44/46/48
Use to Evaluate LPC2141/42/44/46/48
u 2
x 9-pin D-type Serial for serial communications ports
u 2
x 9-pin D-type Serial for serial communications ports
u 8
status LEDs
u 8
status LEDs
u S
peaker on DAC output
u S
peaker on DAC output
u P
otentiometer for ADC demos
u P
otentiometer for ADC demos
u S
D Card Interface
u S
D Card Interface
u S
oftware support for USB
u S
oftware support for USB
LPC213x, LPC214x, LPC215x selection guide
Memory
Type
Flash
(KB)
SRAM
(KB)
I/O
Pins
CAN
BUS
Serial interfaces
ADC/DAC options
USB 2.0 USB
(12Mbps) DMA
ADC
channels
(10-bit)
DAC
channels
(10-bit)
I2C
SPI/
UART SSP
Temperature
range (°C)
Enhanced
UARTs, ADC,
Fast I/Os and
BOD
Package
LPC2131/01
32
8
7
–
–
–
2
2
1
8
1
-40 to +85
•
LQFP64
LPC2132/01
64
16
7
–
–
–
2
2
1
8
1
-40 to +85
•
LQFP64,
HVQFN64
LPC2134/01
128
16
7
–
–
–
2
2
1
16
1
-40 to +85
•
LQFP64
LPC2136/01
256
32
7
–
–
–
2
2
1
16
1
-40 to +85
•
LQFP64
LPC2138/01
512
32
7
–
–
–
2
2
1
16
1
-40 to +85
•
LQFP64,
HVQFN64
LPC2141
32
8
45
–
1
–
2
2
2
6
–
-40 to +85
–
LQFP64
LPC2142
64
16
45
–
1
–
2
2
2
6
1
-40 to +85
–
LQFP64
LPC2144
128
16
45
–
1
–
2
2
2
14
1
-40 to +85
–
LQFP64
LPC2146
256
40
45
–
1
1
2
2
2
14
1
-40 to +85
–
LQFP64
LPC2148
512
40
45
–
1
1
2
2
2
14
1
-40 to +85
–
LQFP64
LPC2157
512
32
36
–
–
–
1
2
2
12
1
-40 to +85
–
LQFP100
LPC2158
512
40
36
–
1
1
1
2
2
10
1
-40 to +85
–
LQFP100
31
LPC21xx Devices
These powerful yet cost-effective microcontrollers are equipped
with up to 256 KB of on-chip Flash, up to 16 KB of SRAM, and
optional CAN 2.0B bus interfaces. They are also equipped with a
10-bit A/D converter, multiple serial interfaces and are available in
small 10 x 10 x 1.4 mm.
ARM7-based MCUs with
128-KB Flash and 10-bit ADC
Key features
u 6
0-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S with AHB/APB interfaces
u Up to 256 KB of ISP/IAP Flash
u U
p to 16 KB of SRAM
u 4-Channel, 10-bit ADC
u External Memory Interface
u U
p to four CAN interfaces
u Optional 16-bit Thumb Mode for code-size critical
Up to 256 KB of ISP/IAP
128-bit-wide Flash
E-ICE/RT interface and
embedded-trace macrocell
16 KB of SRAM
Vectored
Interrupt Controller
60-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S TM core
with AHB/APB buses
applications
u V
ery fast Flash programming via on-chip boot loading software
Power management, real-time clock, Watchdog timer, PLL
u Two 32-bit timers and one PWM unit
u R
eal-time clock and Watchdog timer
u M
ultiple serial interfaces: two UARTs, Fast I2C-bus,
4-channel, 10-bit A/D converter
Up to four CAN buses
Two 32-bit timers
(with capture/ compare channels)
PWM
two SPI
Two UARTs
(UART 1 with modem control)
u 46 I/O pins
u Temperature range: -40 to +85°C
Two SPI interfaces
* Extended option of -40 to +125°C for LPC2194 only
u Tiny LQFP64 package
I2C-bus
46 I/O ports
LPC21xx block diagram
32
Development Tools
Embedded Artists CAN QuIckStart Board
Keil MCB2100 Evaluation Board
Use to Evaluate LPC2109/14/19/24/29/94
u P
rocessor: NXP’s ARM7TDMI LPC2129 microcontroller
u P
owered from USB or 7-12V DC input
u P
rogram Flash: 256 KB
u T TL compatible, 2.4V threshold
u D
ata Memory: 16 KB
u 2
” x .75” prototype area
u C
AN: Dual CAN channels with TJA1040 or TJA1041 transceivers
u C
ompatible with Hammond 1455C801 enclosure
u C
lock Crystals: 12.0000 MHz crystal for maximum execution speed
u A
ccepts 3.5mm terminal, DB or 0.1” connectors
and standard CAN bit rates (5 x PLL = 60 Mhz CPU clock)
u U
SB A-B cable
u D
imensions: 55 x 58 mm
u S
imply Connected™ software on CD
u P
ower: On-board low-dropout voltage and reset generation
• Generates +3.3V and +1.8V from a +5V supply
• +3.3V available for external circuits, up to 300 mA
• Power supply: 5 VDC
u C
onnectors
• Dual 2x16 pins I/O connectors
• All LPC2129 I/O pins are available on connectors
• RS232, DSUB-9 (ESD/EMI protected)
u O
ther
• 256 Kbit I2C E2PROM
• Simple and automatic program download (ISP) via serial
channel. Circuit that automatically controls the boot loader
from RS232 channel
• Four layer PCB (FR-4 material) for best noise immunity
• Easy to connect to JTAG signals
LPC21xx selection guide
Memory
Type
Flash (KB)
SRAM (KB)
I/O Pins
10-bit ADC
Channels
Serial Interfaces
CAN bus
I2C Bus
UART
Temperature
range (°C)
SPI
Package
LPC2109/01
64
8
46
4
–
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP64
LPC2114/01
128
16
46
4
–
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP64
LPC2119/01
128
16
46
4
2
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP64
LPC2124/01
256
16
46
4
–
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP64
LPC2129/01
256
16
46
4
2
1
2
2
-40 to +85
LQFP64
LPC2194/01
256
16
46
4
4
1
2
2
-40 to +125
LQFP64
33
LPC2104/05/06 Devices
These powerful yet cost-effective microcontrollers have 128 KB of
zero wait-state, security-enabled Flash and up to 64 KB of SRAM.
Each has multiple serial interfaces and is available in a package that
measures only 7 x 7 mm.
Key features
NXP 60-MHz, 32-bit microcontrollers
with ARM7TDMI-S™ core
LPC2104/5/6
u 6
0-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S with AHB/APB interfaces
u C
ode Read Protection mechanism to safeguard user code
u 1
28 KB of zero wait-state, security-enabled Flash
u U
p to 64 KB of SRAM
u V
ery fast Flash programming via on-chip boot loader
u M
ultiple serial interfaces: I2C, two UART, SPI/SSP
u Two 32-bit timers
u S
ix-channel PWM unit
128 KB ISP/IAP
security-enabled Flash
E-ICE/RT interface
Up to 64 KB SRAM
Vectored
interrupt controller
60-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S core
with AHB and APB interfaces
u R
eal-time clock with 32-kHz crystal and battery back-up pins
Power management, real-time clock, Watchdog timer, PLL
u W
atchdog timer
u 3
2 fast GPIO
Two 32-bit timers with four capture/compare channels
u L QFP48 and HVQFN48 package options
UART 0-1
(UART 1 with modem control)
I2C
PWM
SPI, SSP
32 fast GPIO
LPC2104/05/06 block diagram
34
Development Tools
IAR KS2106 Evaluation Board
Nohau LPC210x Evaluation Board
Use to Evaluate LPC2104/5/6
Use to Evaluate LPC2104/5/6
u 2
x 9-pin D-type Serial communications ports
u P
rototyping area
u L EDs can be connected to selected port-pins
u E ight LEDs
u 3
switches for interrupts
u T hree pushbuttons
u P
lated-through-hole prototyping matrix
u Two RS232 connectors
u B
reakout ports for Logic Analyzer connection
u M
ictor connector (for Trace)
u B
oard support packages including µC/OS-II RTOS
(with source if book is purchased)
LPC2104/05/06 SELECTION GUIDE
Memory
Type
Flash (KB)
Serial interfaces
SRAM (KB)
I2C
UART
SPI
SSP
Package
LPC2104FBD64/01
128
16
1
2
1
1
LQFP48
LPC2105FBD64/01
128
32
1
2
1
1
LQFP48
LPC2106FBD64/01
128
64
1
2
1
1
LQFP48
LPC2106FHN64/01
128
64
1
2
1
1
HVQFN48
35
LPC2101/02/03 Devices
These powerful yet cost-effective microcontrollers have up to 32 KB
of zero wait-state Flash and up to 8 KB of SRAM. Each has a 10-bit
A/D converter with eight channels and multiple serial interfaces, and is
available in a package that measures only 7 x 7 mm.
Key features
70-MHz, 32-bit microcontroller with
ARM7TDMI-S™ core LPC210x
u 7
0-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S with AHB/APB interfaces
u C
ode Read Protection mechanism to safeguard user code
u U
p to 32 KB of zero wait-state Flash
u U
p to 8 KB of SRAM
u V
ery fast Flash programming via on-chip boot loader
u 1
0-bit A/D converter with individual result registers
Up to 32 KB
ISP/IAP Flash
E-ICE/RT interface
Up to 8 KB SRAM
Vectored
interrupt controller
u M
ultiple serial interfaces: two I2C, two UART, SPI/SSP
70-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S core
with AHB and APB interfaces
u F our timers: two 32-bit timers, two 16-bit timers
u R
eal-time clock with 32-kHz crystal and battery back-up pins
Power management, real-time clock,
Watchdog timer, PLL
u W
atchdog timer
u 3
2 high-speed I/O ports
Two 32-bit timers, two 16-bit timers
(with capture and compare)
u L QFP48 package (7 x 7 x 1.4 mm)
UART 0-1
(UART 1 with modem control)
Two I2C
10-bit ADC
(eight channels)
SPI, SSP
32 high-speed I/O Ports
LPC210x block diagram
36
Development Tools
Keil MCB2103 Evaluation Board
IAR KS2103 Evaluation Board
Use to Evaluate LPC2101/2/3
Use to Evaluate LPC2101/2/3
u 4
x 9-pin D-type Serial for serial comm ports and CAN
u Two serial ports
u 1
2 MHz crystal and 32.768 KHz RTC
u R
eset button, ISP button, 3 user-defined buttons
u 8
status LEDs
u 1
6 fully configurable LEDs
u 5
5mm x 18 mm prototyping area
u 1
6 character x 2 row LCD screen
u S
witches for interrupt and Reset
u L ithium back-up battery holder
u P
otentiometer for ADC demos
u 2
0-pin JTAG interface connector
u 2
0x20 array of plated holes for prototyping
u S
chematics included
LPC210x selection guide
Memory
Type
LPC2101
Flash (KB)
8
Serial interfaces
SRAM (KB)
2
I 2C
UART
2
SPI
2
SPI/SSP
1
1
ADC channels
(10-bit)
8
Package
LQFP48
LPC2102
16
4
2
2
1
1
8
LQFP48
LPC2103
32
8
2
2
1
1
8
LQFP48
37
ADDITIONAL DEVEL
HARDWARE
Additional Evaluation/Development Tools
Emulators/Hardware Debuggers
LPC2000 or LPC3000
Ashling
- ASK-2000 (with EVBA7 Eval Board)
- Opella entry level JTAG emulator
- GENIA networked JTAG emulator
- VITRA networked emulator with Trace
Embedded Artists
QuickStart Prototype Board
FDI
USB Programming Dongle Motherboard
FDI
USB ISP Programmer
Hitex
Board Support Packages
iSystem
iF-DEV Self Building Kit (SBK) & Ready Tool Kit (RTK)
Olimex
LPC-H2000 Header Boards
Olimex
LPC-E2124/29/2214/94 Ethernet Boards
ZX Technologies
ZX Workbench zxLPC21xx Development Platform
ZX Technologies
zxCSP Chip Support Packages
LPC2129 QuickStart Board
Olimex
LPC-P2100 Prototype Boards
Green Hills Software
- Probe
- Slingshots
SIGNUM
- JTAGjet & JTAGjet-Trace Emulator
LPC21xx
Embedded Artists
Hitex
- Tanto ARM & Tanto PT ARM
- Tantino
IAR J-Link-KS JTAG Debugger
Nohau Emul-ARM-Std JTAG Debugger
LPC2101/2/3 or LPC2104/5/6
Keil U-Link JTAG Debugger
ADM Designs
PLUG2106A Header Board
Aeolus
Development ARMStick 102 Dev Board
Coridium
ARMmite Single Board Computer
Crossware
SE-ARM-P Evaluation Board
Embedded Artists
LPC2106 QuickStart Board
Embedded Artists
LPC2104 Color LCD Game with Bluetooth
Segger J-Link JTAG Debugger
ImageCraft
iA2103 Development Board
Amontec JTAGkey Debugger
ARM RealView TRACE
Lauterbach TRACE32
Embest UNetICE USB & Ethernet JTAG
LPC213x
Adya Systems/WhizNets
WLAN Development Kit
Embedded Artists
LPC213x/214x QuickStart Board
Embedded Artists
LPC213x 10M/100M Ethernet Quickstart Board
Embedded Artists
WLAN Module
IAR
KS2138 Evaluation Board
Signum
EVB-LPC2138 Evaluation Board
LPC2468
Embedded Artists
ARM RealView ICE
µClinux
38
OPMENT SUPPORT
SOFTWARE
Debuggers, Simulators
RTOS Support
Pathfinder debugger
Ashling
RTOS
Ported to
ARM RealView debugger
ARM
Nucleus
Nucleus Tools, Keil board
MULTI debugger
Green Hills
CMX
ARM, Keil
C-SPY debugger ARM
IAR Systems
Keil ARTX
Keil
µCOS-II
IAR, Nohau, Keil (app notes available online)
FreeRTOS
Keil
Keil debugger & simulator
µVision3
KEIL
Universal Debug Engine (UDE)
PLS
eCos
Ashling
Chameleon debugger
SIGNUM Systems
NicheTask
–
NoICE debugger
NoICE
ThreadX
IAR,ARM
Hitop5 IDE
Hitex
Pumpkin Salvo
Keil
ARM RealView Developer Suite
µClinux
ADS
Ashling AsIDE
embOS
Segger
CrossWare CW ARM Suite
SMX RTOS
uDigital
Green Hills Software MULTI 2000
WinCE
Microsoft
IAR EWARM
ImageCraft ICCV7 for ARM
Keil µVision3 IDE
Application Notes
Rowley CrossWorks for ARM
AN10605 Running eCos on LPC2214
AN10661 Brushless DC motor control using the LPC2141
AN10674 NXP LPC2000 CAN driver with FullCAN mode
Compilers
AN10687 IEC 60601-1-8 audible alert generator using the LPC2000
ARM Compiler
ARM
AN10689 Full-duplex software UART for LPC2000
GNU GCC
Ashling, Microcross, Rowley
AN10675 Interfacing 4-wire and 5-wire resistive touchscreens to the LPC2300
GHS Compiler
Green Hills
AN10695 Using the LPC288x in audio application
IAR Compiler
IAR Systems
NOTE
There are a large amount of 3rd party tool vendors who produce hardware and software supporting ARM7 and ARM9 products in general and LPC2000/LPC3000 products specifically. This
presentation is meant to be a general reference guide for LPC2000/LPC3000 tools and is not all-inclusive. NXP and Future Electronics are not endorsing one 3rd party tool over another, nor
is the omission of a tool meant to be a negative endorsement. Descriptions and web-links are as accurate as possible, but customers should contact the tool vendors for the most updated
information. Support for all tools comes from the tool vendor and not from NXP Semiconductors or Future Electronics. If you discover an error, please contact NXP Microcontrollers Marketing.
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www.ashling.com
www.crossware.com www.embeddedartists.com
www.ghs.com
www.hitex.com
www.iar.com
www.imagecraft.com
www.isystem.com www.keil.com
www.logicpd.com
www.micrium.com
www.olimex.com
www.noicedebugger.com
www.phytec.com
www.pls-mc.com
www.segger.com
www.signum.com
www.windriver.com
www.zxtechnologies.com
www.FutureElectronics.com/NXP
Call 1-800-FUTURE1 for a location near you
www.aeolusdevelopment.com www.coridiumcorp.com
www.teamfdi.com www.nohau.com
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