MCB1700 Quick Start Guide Getting Started and Blinky Example Connecting to your Target

MCB1700 Quick Start Guide Getting Started and Blinky Example Connecting to your Target
MCB1700
Quick Start Guide
Getting Started and Blinky Example
This Quick Start Guide introduces the MCB1700 boards
for the LPC1758 and LPC1768 devices from NXP. It
shows how to install the Keil software development tools for
ARM-based devices, and run a variety of example projects.
Installing the Software
To install the evaluation version of the Keil Microcontroller
Development Kit (MDK-ARM)
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Insert the CD-ROM into your PC.
If the opening screen does not appear, run SETUP from the
CD root directory
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Click
Install Evaluation Software, then select ARM
Development Tools
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Follow the setup program instructions
Connecting to your Target
The target is powered via your PC, through its USB port. The Keil
ULINK family of adapters connect the USB port of your PC to
the JTAG port of your target board allowing you to download and
debug embedded programs running on your target hardware.
ULINK2 and ULINK-ME support standard JTAG and Real-Time
Agent for on-the-fly target debugging.
Using ULINK2
The ULINK2 Adapter connects to the MCB1700 using the 20-pin
ribbon cable.
Using ULINK-ME
The ULINK-ME Adapter connects directly to the MCB1700 20-pin
JTAG connector.
The SETUP program installs Keil m
Vision IDE, Debugger and
Simulator, and the ARM RealView compilation tools.
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The LEDs
Blinky Example
This example demonstrates the ease of downloading and
debugging an application on a target board.
It can be found at:
C:\Keil\ARM\Boards\Keil\MCB1700\Blinky
To use this example
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Start m
Vision
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Open
the Blinky.uv2 project file
Project - Open
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Compile
and link the Blinky application
Project - Build
the application into on-chip Flash ROM
Flash - Download
on the target blink every 1 second, determined by
the SysTick Timer working in interrupt mode.
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Start debug mode
Using the debugger commands, you may:
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Single step through code
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Set breakpoints
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Run the application
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Review variables in the watch window
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Reset the device to re-run the application
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Use the yellow arrow (program counter) to view the
current assembler or C statement
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Program
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RTOS & Real-Time Library Examples
HTTP with Ethernet
Flash File System
THIS EXAMPLE WILL NOT RE-COMPILE WITHOUT
RL-ARM INSTALLED
This example demonstrates easy networking and control of
hardware across a TCP/IP network. It configures the LAN
network parameters for the evaluation board automatically if a
DHCP server is available in your LAN. Otherwise, configure your
PC for fixed IP address as detailed in the example.
THIS EXAMPLE WILL NOT RE-COMPILE WITHOUT
RL-ARM INSTALLED
This example enables you to create, read, copy and delete files
from an SD/MMC flash memory card on the evaluation board.
It can be downloaded from:
www.keil.com/download/docs/387.asp
To use this example:
the MCB1700 board’s COM1 port to the COM1 port
on your PC via a serial cable and start a hyperterminal session
configured for: 115200 baud, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit,
flowcontrol none
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Start m
Vision
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Install an SD/MMC flash memory card and power up the board
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Connect
To use this example:
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Start m
Vision
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Open the Http_demo.uv2 project file and download to Flash
Project - Open
Flash - Download
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Open your web browser and enter the address http://mcb1700
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Log in with the following details:
Username
Password
It can be downloaded from:
www.keil.com/download/docs/388.asp
admin
leave blank
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Open
The web pages allow you to control and monitor various
functions of the board including LEDs and QVGA display.
the SD_File.uv2 project file and download to Flash
Project - Open
Flash - Download
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The SD/MMC card can now be read or edited from the Debug
window using a HyperTerminal via a serial cable from your PC
to the evaluation board
USB - HID Demo
Traffic Light example with RTX
This USB example project implements a Human Interface Device
(HID), and connects directly to your PC via the USB. No special
USB drivers are required, since the HID support is already built
into Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
This example uses interrupts to control a traffic light system
running on the RTX real-time operating system.
It can be found at:
C:\Keil\ARM\Boards\Keil\MCB1700\USBHID
To use this example:
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Start m
Vision
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Open the HID.uv2 project file and download to Flash
Project - Open
Flash - Download
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Cycle power on the target so that your PC recognizes it as an
HID device
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Install the USB Client application which can be found at:
C:\Keil\ARM\Utilities\HID_client\Release
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Select the evaluation board from the drop-down menu
It can be found at:
C:\Keil\ARM\Boards\Keil\MCB1700\RTX_Traffic
To use this example:
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Start m
Vision
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Open the Traffic.uv2 project file
Project - Open
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Compile and link the application, then program it into on-chip
Flash ROM
Project - Build Target
Flash - Download
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The LEDs will begin to flash in a controlled manner
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The tasks running in the application may be viewed from the
debugger window
Peripherals - RTX Kernel
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Checking
or unchecking the boxes in the Output (LEDs) group
turns the MCB1700 Board’s LEDs on and off.
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Inputs (Buttons) show the status of the on-board buttons
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