New poll for lpc2000

Started by lpc2...@yahoogroups.com in LPC200011 years ago

Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the lpc2000 group: Did you buy one (or more) of the LCD Game/Bluetooth boards from...

Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the lpc2000 group: Did you buy one (or more) of the LCD Game/Bluetooth boards from Embedded Artists? Do you plan to write games for this nice board or did you buy the board for other purposes??? Boards may still be available at http://www.embeddedartists.com/products/boards/lpc2104_pro002.php o Yes, I have a board and go for su...


Re: Starter Kit for the Philips LPC2138 or LPC213xMicrocontroller ?

Started by vcor...@... in LPC200013 years ago

Out of stock... Original Message: ----------------- From: Ben Zijlstra bzijlstra@bzij... Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 12:14:43 +0000 ...

Out of stock... Original Message: ----------------- From: Ben Zijlstra bzijlstra@bzij... Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 12:14:43 +0000 To: lpc2000@lpc2... Subject: [lpc2000] Re: Starter Kit for the Philips LPC2138 or LPC213xMicrocontroller ? There is a new contest at www.circuitcellar.com about the LPC2138. You get an M


LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !

Started by philips_marketing_usa in LPC200012 years ago 9 replies

Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000 family, the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103. Built on 0.16um flash process,...

Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000 family, the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103. Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash ARM7TDMI- S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new LPC210x members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit


ARM-VIC-Crossworks

Started by mgiaco82 in LPC200012 years ago 11 replies

I found this on the Page from Rowley. > > I'm trying to use vectored interrupts on the LPC2000. I've programmed > > up the VIC but when the...

I found this on the Page from Rowley. > > I'm trying to use vectored interrupts on the LPC2000. I've programmed > > up the VIC but when the interrupt occurs the program jumps to > > the "irq_handler" label/function, not the ISR I have configured using > > the VIC. > > How do I make the LPC2000 jump to my vectored ISR when the interrupt > > occurs? Answer: You need to have the instru


Re: Where can I find GNU GCC coding examples for lpc2000?

Started by Robert Adsett in LPC200012 years ago

At 02:15 AM 3/28/2006 +0000, jctt001 wrote: > Hello, I am a beginner about ARM coding; Anyone can tell me where can I > find GNU GCC coding...

At 02:15 AM 3/28/2006 +0000, jctt001 wrote: > Hello, I am a beginner about ARM coding; Anyone can tell me where can I > find GNU GCC coding examples for lpc2000? There are some in the files section. WINARM has some, I suspect there are some with CrossWorks and http://www.aeolusdevelopment.com/Articles/download.html of course :) Robert " 'Freedom' has no meaning of itself. There are


.NET micro Frame work for LPC2000

Started by Nader in LPC200010 years ago 3 replies

Hi, I heared that .NET micro frame work SDK can use for LPC2000 series. Does anyone here use it or have any information about it? Thanks.

Hi, I heared that .NET micro frame work SDK can use for LPC2000 series. Does anyone here use it or have any information about it? Thanks.


Sd card Read\Write

Started by FISSORE CARLO in LPC200010 years ago

Re: [lpc2000] Re: SD Card read/write using SSP in Keil's MCB2140 (MCU LPC2148) Dear Joel, I have done some test on EFSL but I would like to try...

Re: [lpc2000] Re: SD Card read/write using SSP in Keil's MCB2140 (MCU LPC2148) Dear Joel, I have done some test on EFSL but I would like to try also Chan FatFS. May you send me your port working on LPC? Thank you in advance Carlo ----- Original Message ----- From: Joel Winarske To: l...@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2006 6:50 PM Subject: Re: [lpc2000] Re: SD Card read...


Re: Problem Starting Up LPC2138 Board

Started by Leon in LPC200010 years ago 1 reply

----- Original Message ----- From: "Geoffrey Wossum" To: Sent: Friday, November 02, 2007 6:58 PM Subject: [lpc2000] Problem Starting Up...

----- Original Message ----- From: "Geoffrey Wossum" To: Sent: Friday, November 02, 2007 6:58 PM Subject: [lpc2000] Problem Starting Up LPC2138 Board > Hi all, > > I'm trying to get started on a custom board using an LPC2138. To jump > start > things, I got an eval of the Rowley Cross Studio for ARM, and installed > the > LPC2000 CPU support pac


j-link-LPC2000 JTAG Debugger

Started by Javeed Shariff in LPC200012 years ago 1 reply

Hi All, Can we use j-link LPC2000 JTAG debugger for LPC 2138 board.. Regards Send instant messages to your online friends ...

Hi All, Can we use j-link LPC2000 JTAG debugger for LPC 2138 board.. Regards Send instant messages to your online friends http://in.messenger.yahoo.com


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by seangra in LPC200012 years ago

To go to a 44-pin chip from a 48-pin chip you have to remove one pin from each side (the 44-pin package has only 11 pins per side, ...

To go to a 44-pin chip from a 48-pin chip you have to remove one pin from each side (the 44-pin package has only 11 pins per side, wherease the 48 pin package has 12). --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., daedalworks@c... wrote: > The question I have is why the restriction of removing one pin from each side? That really limits the possibilities... >


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by seangra in LPC200012 years ago

To go to a 44-pin chip from a 48-pin chip you have to remove one pin from each side (the 44-pin package has only 11 pins per side, ...

To go to a 44-pin chip from a 48-pin chip you have to remove one pin from each side (the 44-pin package has only 11 pins per side, wherease the 48 pin package has 12). --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., daedalworks@c... wrote: > The question I have is why the restriction of removing one pin from each side? That really limits the possibilities... >


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by seangra in LPC200012 years ago

To go to a 44-pin chip from a 48-pin chip you have to remove one pin from each side (the 44-pin package has only 11 pins per side, ...

To go to a 44-pin chip from a 48-pin chip you have to remove one pin from each side (the 44-pin package has only 11 pins per side, wherease the 48 pin package has 12). --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., daedalworks@c... wrote: > The question I have is why the restriction of removing one pin from each side? That really limits the possibilities... >


Re: How can i put the pins of LPC2000-family into high-z?

Started by "sub...@aeolusdevelopment.com" in LPC200011 years ago 1 reply

Bertrik Sikken Wrote > On di, 2007-02-27 at 15:39 +0000, tobi_tobias69 wrote: > > How can i put the ports of the LPC2000-family (LPC2294,...

Bertrik Sikken Wrote > On di, 2007-02-27 at 15:39 +0000, tobi_tobias69 wrote: > > How can i put the ports of the LPC2000-family (LPC2294, LPC2292, > > LPC2194, LPC2129) into high-z to isolate them from the rest of > > electronic parts to make ict ? Which pins of the prozessor change the > > state into high-z ? I didn't found any informations in the datasheets. > > Thank you. > > AFAIK there


New poll for lpc2000

Started by lpc2...@yahoogroups.com in LPC200012 years ago 4 replies

Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the lpc2000 group: What Debug tools do you use regularly? Sorry if your tools...

Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the lpc2000 group: What Debug tools do you use regularly? Sorry if your tools are not listed but I ran out of room. o Abatron BDI1000/BDT2000 o American Arium SourcePoint o American Arium GT-1000D/SC-1000A/LC-500 o ARM Angel Debug Montior o ARM ADS or ADK o Ashlin


Questions about linker script with gnuarm and lpc2000

Started by Baldur Gislason in LPC200011 years ago 3 replies

I've noticed some sample lpc2000 linker scripts for the gnu tools I see on the internet have the memory defined something like this: MEMORY...

I've noticed some sample lpc2000 linker scripts for the gnu tools I see on the internet have the memory defined something like this: MEMORY { flash : ORIGIN = 0, LENGTH = 262143 /* FLASH ROM */ ram_isp_low(A) : ORIGIN = 0x40000120, LENGTH = 223 /* variables used by Philips ISP bootloader */ ram : ORIGIN = 0x40000200, LENGTH = 1...


LPC2000 flash utility v2.2.3 + Windows 7 => can't make them work together...

Started by dsourgen in LPC20007 years ago 9 replies

Hello, My new laptop at work came with Windows 7 professional 32 bits. I installed =B5Vision and LPC2000 flash utility v2.2.3. (I also...

Hello, My new laptop at work came with Windows 7 professional 32 bits. I installed =B5Vision and LPC2000 flash utility v2.2.3. (I also installed free trial version of Hyperterminal since it has disappea= red in Windows 7. I don't know if it has anything to do with my problem). Anyway, Hex file upload to MCB2130 kit via ISP does not work. (Actually, it= works sometimes but it is very rare)...


QVGA LCD and lpc2000 w/o LCD controller

Started by Kevin Townsend in LPC20009 years ago 8 replies

I have a 2478 development board that I have been playing with, and it's nice to have an LCD controller built into the chip, but I was...

I have a 2478 development board that I have been playing with, and it's nice to have an LCD controller built into the chip, but I was wondering if it would be possible to drive a QVGA TFT screen directly from a different LPC2000 chip like a 2378 without an LCD controller (and ideally with a minimum of external components)? Obviously I need enough memory to use as a display memory map ...


Re: Olimex 2378 connector pin-out

Started by Leon in LPC200010 years ago

----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul Claessen" To: Sent: Monday, March 31, 2008 4:21 PM Subject: RE: [lpc2000] Olimex 2378...

----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul Claessen" To: Sent: Monday, March 31, 2008 4:21 PM Subject: RE: [lpc2000] Olimex 2378 connector pin-out > > From: "Paul Claessen" > To: > Sent: Monday, March 31, 2008 3:29 PM > Subject: [lpc2000] O


LPC2000 and Xilinx CPLD in one JTAG chain

Started by kender_a in LPC20008 years ago 1 reply

Colleagues, Is it possible to have an LPC2368 and a Xilinx CPLD (running on +3.3V) on the same JTAG chain? Should LPC always be the 1st device...

Colleagues, Is it possible to have an LPC2368 and a Xilinx CPLD (running on +3.3V) on the same JTAG chain? Should LPC always be the 1st device in the chain? Are there caveats? Are there app notes describing something like that? The JTAG connector pinouts are different for LPC2000 and Xilinx. I'm planning to have an LPC pinout on the board and a separate adapter for Xilinx. Any suggest...


IAP clarification

Started by embeddedjanitor in LPC200013 years ago 1 reply

Hi I have read http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc2000/ message/2999 but still have a few questions... 1) Do I need to...

Hi I have read http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc2000/ message/2999 but still have a few questions... 1) Do I need to erase the flash before programming it? 2) Does the "prepare for write"