LPC2131 board for $29!!!

Started by NMI Sales in LPC200015 years ago 4 replies

Announcing the Tini2131(tm) for only $29!!! The Tini2131(tm) comes in the popular Tini pinout format and is based on the Philips ARM...

Announcing the Tini2131(tm) for only $29!!! The Tini2131(tm) comes in the popular Tini pinout format and is based on the Philips ARM LPC2131. The LPC2131 has 32K Flash and 8K RAM. It has on-board regulation, reset circuitry, RS-232 conversion, and three user programmable indicator LED's. The Tini2131(tm) has 16 of the best I/O pins of the LPC21


Problem with CAN on LPC2129/01 series

Started by amit kankaran in LPC200011 years ago 1 reply

Hi all, I am Having a problem with CAN on LPC2129/01 series. Whenever i recieve a CAN frame , the control is not coming out of ISR, but when...

Hi all, I am Having a problem with CAN on LPC2129/01 series. Whenever i recieve a CAN frame , the control is not coming out of ISR, but when i reset the CAN controller ,the control is coming out ,but after that i am not able to recieve next CAN frame . if i enable CAN controller again in main function ,it is continously switching b/w ISR and main() Following is my code #include


Re: CMSIS and LPC21

Started by kevin_townsend2 in LPC200010 years ago

> I have been using LPC21 an LPC23 devices. Especially the ones that have > small footprint with large flash, ex: LPC2148. NXP's new lpc13xx...

> I have been using LPC21 an LPC23 devices. Especially the ones that have > small footprint with large flash, ex: LPC2148. NXP's new lpc13xx and lpc17xx > headers are designed wrt CMSIS. This is a little annoying if you want to > port LPC21xx code to LPC1xxx. I'll do it however I want my code to be > portable.. > I went in the opposite direction ... I found the CMSIS headers rather annoyi


Re: CMSIS and LPC21

Started by Igor Skochinsky in LPC200010 years ago

Hi Deniz, I haven't seen anything for 21xx, but there is an CMSIS-ish port of LPC23xx headers at...

Hi Deniz, I haven't seen anything for 21xx, but there is an CMSIS-ish port of LPC23xx headers at mbed.org: http://mbed.org/projects/libraries/svn/mbed/trunk/LPC2368 You could try using these as the base. Note that only core registers (LPC23xx.h) and a few low-level functions (core_arm7.h) are included, they don't use high-level peripheral control functions from CMSIS. On Fri, Jan 2...


CMSIS and LPC21

Started by Deniz Can Cigsar in LPC200010 years ago

I have been using LPC21 an LPC23 devices. Especially the ones that have small footprint with large flash, ex: LPC2148. NXP's new lpc13xx and...

I have been using LPC21 an LPC23 devices. Especially the ones that have small footprint with large flash, ex: LPC2148. NXP's new lpc13xx and lpc17xx headers are designed wrt CMSIS. This is a little annoying if you want to port LPC21xx code to LPC1xxx. I'll do it however I want my code to be portable.. Is there a CMSIS like header implementation for LPC21xx series?


ISR handler doubts in FreeRTOS-Cortex

Started by prab...@yahoo.co.in in LPC200010 years ago 6 replies

Here is my doubts,(Using GCC) Here is the lpc21 series isr code: void ISRWrapper(void)__attribute__ ((naked)); void ISRWrapper( void...

Here is my doubts,(Using GCC) Here is the lpc21 series isr code: void ISRWrapper(void)__attribute__ ((naked)); void ISRWrapper( void ) { portSAVE_CONTEXT(); ISRHandler(); VICVecAddr = 0; /* acknoweledge interrupt */ portRESTORE_CONTEXT(); } void ISRHandler() { /* write handler code here*./ if(switchRequired) portYIELD_FROM_ISR(); } Her...


Help on PWM basic code

Started by madbaxyh in LPC20008 years ago 15 replies

Hello everyone! i'm testing PWM single edge of my LPC2148, after reading the user manual i came up with this code. It should work at 1KHz with...

Hello everyone! i'm testing PWM single edge of my LPC2148, after reading the user manual i came up with this code. It should work at 1KHz with duty 50% (XTAL=10MHz,MSEL=6, PSEL=1) but it doesn't. i've watched the behavior through PWM module of KEIL uVision simulator and it seems to work, but in real, nothing appears in the osciloscope. can someone tell me what I'm missing? #include


LPC2106 flash utility problem

Started by Michal Krestan in LPC200014 years ago 10 replies

I need to help with programming LPC2106 via LPC2000 flash utility. I've got board with one LPC2106 connected via UART0 to COM1. P0.14 is...

I need to help with programming LPC2106 via LPC2000 flash utility. I've got board with one LPC2106 connected via UART0 to COM1. P0.14 is pulled low, power supply pins are in limits but I can't sucesfully connect with flash utility. Always I get message "Cannot communicate with test board". X1 and X2 pins are connected to 7.3728MHz resonator. If I measure data between PC and LPC210


Re: [lpc2100] Simple test program - is now instruction pipeline/VPB question

Started by microbit in LPC200015 years ago 8 replies

Hi Leon,   I'm "on the air" now too with LPC2106 !   Here is a prelim. current consumpt

Hi Leon,   I'm "on the air" now too with LPC2106 !   Here is a prelim. current consumpt


Nokia 3310 LCD

Started by Leon Heller in LPC200016 years ago 4 replies

Someone mentioned the Nokia 3310 mobile phone LCD as a useful small graphics/character display on the PIClist. They are available quite...

Someone mentioned the Nokia 3310 mobile phone LCD as a useful small graphics/character display on the PIClist. They are available quite cheaply from several sources so I've ordered one (about 16 GBP). The nice thing about them is that they have an I2C interface and will therefore connect directly to an LPC2100 device. I could have saved some money by taking the display out of my phone, of ...


NEC 1.8V and 3.3V Dual Regulator for LPC2100

Started by winbond2 in LPC200016 years ago 2 replies

All, The NEC uPC37M31 Dual voltage regulator might be a suitbable regulator companion. Data sheet will be posted in the...

All, The NEC uPC37M31 Dual voltage regulator might be a suitbable regulator companion. Data sheet will be posted in the files directory. Are there any others around? Regards Joseph


Re: [lpc2100] Real time clock

Started by Igor Janjatovic in LPC200016 years ago 4 replies

> This means that the contents of the clock are a bit fragile, really - > suggesting it will be better used as a local 'cache' of an...

> This means that the contents of the clock are a bit fragile, really - > suggesting it will be better used as a local 'cache' of an external > seperately-clocked real time clock unit that's slow to access (I2C or > similar), loaded from it during startup or return from power d


Soldering LPC2100 devices

Started by Leon Heller in LPC200016 years ago

After a few messy attempts (they worked, though), I've just about got the hang of soldering devices like the LPC2100, using a...

After a few messy attempts (they worked, though), I've just about got the hang of soldering devices like the LPC2100, using a technique called 'drag soldering'. Although I use an expensive Metcal soldering system and a stereo microscope, you can manage with an ordinary temperature-controll


LPC2100 BASIC interpeter - Alpha testers

Started by microbit in LPC200016 years ago

Hi All, I am nearing Beta stage of BASIC for LPC2100. Anyone who'd like to play or do some Alpha testing on it, please send me...

Hi All, I am nearing Beta stage of BASIC for LPC2100. Anyone who'd like to play or do some Alpha testing on it, please send me an Email, and I'll send you the HEX file for download and a few Basic example files. All that is needed is a Terminal (with ASCII downloa


Newbie basic JTAG questions

Started by clas333 in LPC200016 years ago

Hi all, I am already using GDB with the original Wiggler and OCDLibRemote (MacGraigor) to debug an AT91M55800A (ATMEL) board. ...

Hi all, I am already using GDB with the original Wiggler and OCDLibRemote (MacGraigor) to debug an AT91M55800A (ATMEL) board. I have the following questions: 1. Can I used this same setup to debug an LPC2100 board ? 2. Does OCDLibRemote supports the LPC2100 ?


Re: [lpc2100] Delay routines

Started by Robert Adsett in LPC200016 years ago

At 12:21 PM 1/3/04 -0500, you wrote: >At 09:58 AM 1/2/04 -0800, you wrote: > > > >BTW, so far this will be entirely adequate for...

At 12:21 PM 1/3/04 -0500, you wrote: >At 09:58 AM 1/2/04 -0800, you wrote: > > > >BTW, so far this will be entirely adequate for my needs. I was just > >testing the lower boundary to see how it would perform... > >Great. I still think I'll make


Footprint for LPC

Started by vrrraju in LPC200016 years ago 8 replies

Dear Friends, I am happy to see that one group is dedicated towards Philips LPC2100. I am trying to build a board based on...

Dear Friends, I am happy to see that one group is dedicated towards Philips LPC2100. I am trying to build a board based on Philips LPC2106. I am looking for the foot print and library for the LPC2100 for Eagle PCB. I have checked with cadsoft for the same but they haven't u


System mode

Started by Michael Pont in LPC200016 years ago 3 replies

Hi, Can anyone tell me when I should expect to put an LPC2100 device into "system mode"? I can see one use (in systems...

Hi, Can anyone tell me when I should expect to put an LPC2100 device into "system mode"? I can see one use (in systems where there are multiple IRQ interrupts). Any other suggestions? Michael.


lpc2100 group name/addresses have changed

Started by noti...@yahoogroups.com in LPC200016 years ago

Hello, The moderator of the lpc2100 group has changed the group's name. This means that both the group's email address and...

Hello, The moderator of the lpc2100 group has changed the group's name. This means that both the group's email address and the group home page location have changed. The group email address: The group home page location:


Where is this group?

Started by Anonymous in LPC200016 years ago 1 reply

When I do a search in Yahoo Groups on LPC2000 I get "Sorry, no matches were found for lpc2000". I can get a match on LPC2100, but...

When I do a search in Yahoo Groups on LPC2000 I get "Sorry, no matches were found for lpc2000". I can get a match on LPC2100, but the link is not valid. If I change the URL to " http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc2000/ "