Is this part fairly noise immune ?

Started by bobtransformer in LPC200016 years ago 3 replies

Hi... We make high frequency power supply equipment. Does anybody here have any experience using the LPC2000 in a high...

Hi... We make high frequency power supply equipment. Does anybody here have any experience using the LPC2000 in a high noise environment ? thanks, bob


T and G commands

Started by philips_apps in LPC200014 years ago 3 replies

Hello all LPC2000 participants, Here are some answers to the T and G command related questions that have been asked on this forum...

Hello all LPC2000 participants, Here are some answers to the T and G command related questions that have been asked on this forum recently. T command ========= The T command was designed with the intention of expediting the loading of data into the on-chip RAM during Philips in-house testing. In essence, what the "W" command


SPi with inclinometer

Started by el_lopo06 in LPC200011 years ago 6 replies

Hi everybody this my first time here . I came here and sold my previous STM32 (Cortex M3 based) board when I saw the activity of this LPC2000...

Hi everybody this my first time here . I came here and sold my previous STM32 (Cortex M3 based) board when I saw the activity of this LPC2000 group to buy a LPC2148. So here is my first question : I have that LPC2148 I want to connect to an inclinometer (ADIS16209) via SPI bus : did someone already used it or equivalent. I had searched and did not found any code elsewhere. -----------...


Re: SPi with inclinometer

Started by marz...@yahoo.com in LPC200011 years ago

Hi everybody this my first time here . > > I came here and sold my previous STM32 (Cortex M3 based) board when I saw the activity of...

Hi everybody this my first time here . > > I came here and sold my previous STM32 (Cortex M3 based) board when I saw the activity of this LPC2000 group to buy a LPC2148. > > So here is my first question : > I have that LPC2148 I want to connect to an inclinometer (ADIS16209) via SPI bus : did someone already used it or equivalent. > > I had searched and did not found any code elsewhere. >


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Michael Johnson in LPC200015 years ago

Hi, >Hi, > >some more information: >1. There might be a chance of taking away 2 pins on one side if they >are 2 corner pins. ...

Hi, >Hi, > >some more information: >1. There might be a chance of taking away 2 pins on one side if they >are 2 corner pins. > >2. JTAG pins are also used and needed for our final testing before >we ship the device. There was a comment that RTCK is not needed in a >JTAG setup, I did confirm that this


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Michael Johnson in LPC200015 years ago

Hi, >Hi, > >some more information: >1. There might be a chance of taking away 2 pins on one side if they >are 2 corner pins. ...

Hi, >Hi, > >some more information: >1. There might be a chance of taking away 2 pins on one side if they >are 2 corner pins. > >2. JTAG pins are also used and needed for our final testing before >we ship the device. There was a comment that RTCK is not needed in a >JTAG setup, I did confirm that this


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Michael Johnson in LPC200015 years ago

Hi, >Hi, > >some more information: >1. There might be a chance of taking away 2 pins on one side if they >are 2 corner pins. ...

Hi, >Hi, > >some more information: >1. There might be a chance of taking away 2 pins on one side if they >are 2 corner pins. > >2. JTAG pins are also used and needed for our final testing before >we ship the device. There was a comment that RTCK is not needed in a >JTAG setup, I did confirm that this


Re: LPC + Profibus

Started by thom...@... in LPC200015 years ago

lpc2000@lpc2... wrote on 29.09.2005 08:22:31: > Hello, > > I\\\'d like to link a LPC and a SPC3. The SPC3 protocol ASIC is totally ...

lpc2000@lpc2... wrote on 29.09.2005 08:22:31: > Hello, > > I\\\'d like to link a LPC and a SPC3. The SPC3 protocol ASIC is totally > dedicated for the use as PROFIBUS DP slave. It manages layer 1 and 2 > of PROFIBUS. > > I\\\'d like to find help on hardware and software, and to know if it\\\'s > possible to in


Re: LPC + Profibus

Started by thom...@... in LPC200015 years ago

lpc2000@lpc2... wrote on 29.09.2005 08:22:31: > Hello, > > I\\\\\\\'d like to link a LPC and a SPC3. The SPC3 protocol ASIC is...

lpc2000@lpc2... wrote on 29.09.2005 08:22:31: > Hello, > > I\\\\\\\'d like to link a LPC and a SPC3. The SPC3 protocol ASIC is totally > dedicated for the use as PROFIBUS DP slave. It manages layer 1 and 2 > of PROFIBUS. > > I\\\\\\\'d like to find help on hardware and software, and to know if it\\\\\\\'s > po


Re: Is there an open source ARM assembler?

Started by Robert Adsett in LPC200014 years ago 5 replies

At 03:47 PM 11/27/05 +0000, Eric Engler wrote: >--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Charles Manning > > > If you use the assembler in ".S mode" with...

At 03:47 PM 11/27/05 +0000, Eric Engler wrote: >--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Charles Manning > > > If you use the assembler in ".S mode" with a gcc front end then you >can use C > > macros etc to preprocess it. > >The basic syntax doesn't follow that used by most hc11/hc12 >assemblers. Th


Re: LPC Boot Loader Internals

Started by jayasooriah in LPC200014 years ago 2 replies

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Dominic Rath wrote: > JTAG is enabled after the chip comes out of reset, > and it is disabled on the third...

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Dominic Rath wrote: > JTAG is enabled after the chip comes out of reset, > and it is disabled on the third instruction. I have stated this from disassembling the code. > I've tested this by applying a continous TCK and > monitoring the output (see my posts in the original thread).


MAX8882 regulator

Started by leon_heller in LPC200014 years ago 2 replies

The MAX8882EUTA5 regulator delivers 1.8 V and 3.3 V at up to 160 mA, and is in a tiny 6-pin SOT-23 package. I got a couple of samples when they...

The MAX8882EUTA5 regulator delivers 1.8 V and 3.3 V at up to 160 mA, and is in a tiny 6-pin SOT-23 package. I got a couple of samples when they first became available a couple of years ago as they looked ideal for use with the LPC2000, but lost interest when I was told that they were only available by the reel. I've just checked on the Maxim web site and they are now available in small quan


USB and LPC2888

Started by Kai Gossner in LPC200013 years ago

Hi! I sometimes get mails from people asking me for USB specific hints for the LPC2888 as I mentioned some months ago to have it...

Hi! I sometimes get mails from people asking me for USB specific hints for the LPC2888 as I mentioned some months ago to have it working. There is a nice example from NXP available for a few weeks (uploaded by nxp_apps) that I would like to point to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc2000/files/LPC288x/LPC2888_SampleSoftware.001.zip Best regards, Kai --


STR730 problem sorry to ask in LPC2000 group....

Started by nimster6969 in LPC200012 years ago 2 replies

Well first of all sorry to post this here but already tried to find my answer in all the web and wasn't able, I've started programming on ARM7...

Well first of all sorry to post this here but already tried to find my answer in all the web and wasn't able, I've started programming on ARM7 with an LPC2103 but now in my work they gave me and STR730 from IAR my problem is that I cant do a simple program with this, most of the programs have complicated libs and since I'm using Rowley CrossWorks for quite some time dont want to change progra...


LPC1114 I2C Problem

Started by r_goncalves2000 in LPC20008 years ago 12 replies

(I've posted this message to LP1100 group but it was my intention to post anly here. Sorry) Hello All I'm having a bad time trying to...

(I've posted this message to LP1100 group but it was my intention to post anly here. Sorry) Hello All I'm having a bad time trying to communicate with a 24LC16 E2PROM. I've done this before with LPC2000 and LPC17xx micros with no problem, and it was no big deal. After a couple of days with this problem I'm running out of ideas on how to solve the problem and don't know if it's a software o...


Re: LPC + Profibus

Started by thom...@... in LPC200015 years ago

lpc2000@lpc2... wrote on 29.09.2005 08:22:31: > Hello, > > I'd like to link a LPC and a SPC3. The SPC3 protocol ASIC is totally >...

lpc2000@lpc2... wrote on 29.09.2005 08:22:31: > Hello, > > I'd like to link a LPC and a SPC3. The SPC3 protocol ASIC is totally > dedicated for the use as PROFIBUS DP slave. It manages layer 1 and 2 > of PROFIBUS. > > I'd like to find help on hardware and software, and to know if it's > possible to interface i


Re: LPC + Profibus

Started by thom...@... in LPC200015 years ago

lpc2000@lpc2... wrote on 29.09.2005 08:22:31: > Hello, > > I\'d like to link a LPC and a SPC3. The SPC3 protocol ASIC is totally >...

lpc2000@lpc2... wrote on 29.09.2005 08:22:31: > Hello, > > I\'d like to link a LPC and a SPC3. The SPC3 protocol ASIC is totally > dedicated for the use as PROFIBUS DP slave. It manages layer 1 and 2 > of PROFIBUS. > > I\'d like to find help on hardware and software, and to know if it\'s > possible to interfac


Re: EFSL with crossworks

Started by mgia...@yahoo.gr in LPC200013 years ago

----- Original Message ----- > From: "drproton2003" > To: > Sent: Saturday, September 09, 2006 12:36 AM > Subject: [lpc2000] EFSL with...

----- Original Message ----- > From: "drproton2003" > To: > Sent: Saturday, September 09, 2006 12:36 AM > Subject: [lpc2000] EFSL with crossworks > > Hey all, > > > Has anyone used EFSL with crossworks? I would like to know how to > > build the librarys and example applications using crossworks. I'm not > > too familiar with this sort of thing so any help would be greatly > > appreciated


LPC2129/LPC2194

Started by ualbe in LPC200015 years ago 9 replies

Dear LPC2000 group, I'm new to ARM chip and i'm starting to develope with LPC2129/LPC2194. Some simple but fundamental questions: 1-...

Dear LPC2000 group, I'm new to ARM chip and i'm starting to develope with LPC2129/LPC2194. Some simple but fundamental questions: 1- which is the best toolchain to work with? 2- there are someone working with GCC/Keil/ULINK set? 3- there are someone working with winIdea? thanks in advance alberto ubertelli


Re: [lpc2000] Re: Interfacing an LPC to a cluster of 7 segment displays

Started by Jean-Sebastien Stoezel in LPC200010 years ago

Hi Kurt, I guess you meant TLC5940? I've used these IO expanders in the past too and you're right they work well. Though I have so many IO...

Hi Kurt, I guess you meant TLC5940? I've used these IO expanders in the past too and you're right they work well. Though I have so many IO available on my microcontroller and enough CPU resource left that I believe I the CPU could handle the driving of the displays. I may end up using one of these solutions if I can't figure out how to drive the displays directly from the microcontrol...