LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !

Started by philips_marketing_usa in LPC200015 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


LPC2101/02/03 - OTHER VERSIONS PLANNED WITH MORE FLASH ?

Started by Gazelle in LPC200015 years ago 8 replies

Hi - can someone reveal if other members are planned with more internal flash memory ? Is there a roadmap that can be shared ? Will Philips...

Hi - can someone reveal if other members are planned with more internal flash memory ? Is there a roadmap that can be shared ? Will Philips support the Cortex ARM7 family with MMU and internal Digital Rights Management ? We are looking for members with more flash and very low power standby current, whilst RTC is running for (high volume) POS-application ... What will happen


Re: LPC2101/02/03 Datasheet

Started by radoslaw_mitura in LPC200015 years ago

The block diagram in the pdf shows "GENERAL PURPOSE GPIO" mapped to "P0[31:0]" as well as "HIGH SPEED GENERAL PURPOSE GPIO" mapped to the ...

The block diagram in the pdf shows "GENERAL PURPOSE GPIO" mapped to "P0[31:0]" as well as "HIGH SPEED GENERAL PURPOSE GPIO" mapped to the same "P0[31:0]". Does it mean the pins can be connected and controlled by block connected to ARM memory bus or APB bus?


Re: LPC2101/02/03 Datasheet

Started by philips_apps in LPC200015 years ago

Hi, the answer is YES, all of the above. The pins are connected to the APB bus by default for compatibility reasons but can be...

Hi, the answer is YES, all of the above. The pins are connected to the APB bus by default for compatibility reasons but can be connected to the Local Bus (memory bus) as well. For the "how" you could check the Users Manual of the LPC2148, which is the first of the Philips devices to use this methode. Robert --- In lp


Re: LPC2101/02/03 Datasheet

Started by Richard Duits in LPC200015 years ago

Hi, Is it possible to read pins with IO0PIN register even is they are mapped to other functions than the GPIO? As far as I know, this...

Hi, Is it possible to read pins with IO0PIN register even is they are mapped to other functions than the GPIO? As far as I know, this is not possible with the LPC2292. With the exception of the ADC pins, I don't know why the pins cannot always be connected to the IO0PIN register. This would be very usefull with reading the state of capture or interrupt


LPC214x Header File

Started by philips_marketing_usa in LPC200014 years ago

Hello Richard, In response to your suggestion (and others'), we have prepared a general Header File for the LPC214x family. I have...

Hello Richard, In response to your suggestion (and others'), we have prepared a general Header File for the LPC214x family. I have posted it in the Files section. We will also work on an LPC2101/2/3 file in the near future. Thank you for your feedback. --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Richard wrote: >


LPC2101/2/3 Manual

Started by wir_jan in LPC200014 years ago 3 replies

Hi, Does anyone have Manual for LPC2101/2/3 series? rgds, Janusz

Hi, Does anyone have Manual for LPC2101/2/3 series? rgds, Janusz


Keil MCB2103 boards have arrived!

Started by lpctools in LPC200014 years ago

Hi everyone, Keil is starting to promote their new MCB2103 board for the brand new LPC2103/LPC2102/LPC2101 devices: ...

Hi everyone, Keil is starting to promote their new MCB2103 board for the brand new LPC2103/LPC2102/LPC2101 devices: http://www.keil.com/mcb2103 http://www.keil.com/pr/article/1087.htm We just received our first batch of these cool new boards! Check them


These are the defines for the FastIO registers on LPC2101,2102,2103

Started by apex_olsene in LPC200014 years ago

#define FIODIR (*((volatile unsigned long *) 0x3FFFC000)) #define FIO0DIR0 (*((volatile unsigned char *)...

#define FIODIR (*((volatile unsigned long *) 0x3FFFC000)) #define FIO0DIR0 (*((volatile unsigned char *) 0x3FFFC000)) #define FIO0DIR1 (*((volatile unsigned char *) 0x3FFFC001)) #define FIO0DIR2 (*((volatile unsigned char *) 0x3FFFC002)) #define FIO0DIR3 (*((volatile unsigned char *) 0x3FFFC003)) #define FIO0DIRL (*((volatile unsigned s


IAP questions (LPC2101) - conserving flash

Started by shergtu in LPC200014 years ago 6 replies

Hi, I searched before posting & didn't find what I was looking for, hopefully this isn't old territory. I will be using the 2101 in a new...

Hi, I searched before posting & didn't find what I was looking for, hopefully this isn't old territory. I will be using the 2101 in a new design. 2k SRAM, 8k flash (2x4k blocks) It seems as though the minimum amount that can be programmed at once (IAP) is 256 bytes, and that the RAM-->flash copy command is what does it. I need to use a portion of the flash as a non-volatile m


LPC2101

Started by Laurent in LPC200014 years ago 2 replies

Hi, Would you have any rough idea on when the LPC2101/2/3 will be in production ? I've seen we can already get samples from Philips...

Hi, Would you have any rough idea on when the LPC2101/2/3 will be in production ? I've seen we can already get samples from Philips and development boards from Keil. Regards, Laurent ------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Sponsor --------------------~--> Protect your PC from spy ware with award winning anti spy technology. It's free. http://us.click.yahoo.com/97bhrC/LGxNAA/yQLSAA/dN


LPC214x or LPC213x Stock

Started by Martin Honeywill in LPC200014 years ago 8 replies

Hi, I'm looking for a small stock 25-30 pieces, of the LQFP64 version of these chips. Ideally I would like LPC2142 to 48's or LPC2132 to...

Hi, I'm looking for a small stock 25-30 pieces, of the LQFP64 version of these chips. Ideally I would like LPC2142 to 48's or LPC2132 to 38's. I've looked around a various suppliers both in the UK and the US and nobody has stock. Does anyone on this list have any ideas's of where I might get stock. Digikey have stock of the newer LPC2101/3 chips but this is in the wrong package for us. ...


Chip Id of LPC2101 ?

Started by Martin Maurer in LPC200014 years ago

Hello, has someone already a LPC2101 in use and can read out the chip id of it ? Regards and thanks, ...

Hello, has someone already a LPC2101 in use and can read out the chip id of it ? Regards and thanks, Martin ------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Sponsor --------------------~--> Something is new at Yahoo! Groups. Check out the enhanced email design. http://us.click.yahoo.com/SISQkA/gOaOAA/yQLSAA/dN_tlB/TM -------------------------------------------------------------


ADC power supply and PLL

Started by joconradt in LPC200014 years ago

Hi! I am using LPC2103 in a new design, and I am confused about the power supply. LPC2101/2/3s have a build-in A/D converter which requires...

Hi! I am using LPC2103 in a new design, and I am confused about the power supply. LPC2101/2/3s have a build-in A/D converter which requires an additional analog power supply (VDD-A and VSS-A, pins 42 and 31 respectively). The manual states that VDD-A powers the analog circuitry but also the build-in PLL... That seems strange to me, as the PLL will introduce high frequency noise on the...


LPC2101 EINT problem

Started by Dmitry Borisov in LPC200013 years ago 8 replies

Hi, I have a problem with my custom PCB based on LPC2101. I have an external signal on P0.15 that goes HIGH when interrupt need to...

Hi, I have a problem with my custom PCB based on LPC2101. I have an external signal on P0.15 that goes HIGH when interrupt need to happen. However when I write a program to do that in Keil, I got no way to have it work like I wish it to. The simple program is shown below: void EINT2Interrupt(void) __irq { EXTINT= 4; VICVectAddr = 0x0; // clear this interrupt from the VIC } ...


Getting started with a good board / development tools for LPC2xxx development

Started by jeanpierrepoulin in LPC200013 years ago 2 replies

Hello LPC gurus? May I have a few moments of your time for a recommendation on a good board for LPC2xxx ARM development? We're considering...

Hello LPC gurus? May I have a few moments of your time for a recommendation on a good board for LPC2xxx ARM development? We're considering the $1.70 LPC2101 for low cost products and the new LPC2888 for USB battery-operated handheld remotes, but we haven't committed to the decision yet as we're still evaluating competing ARM chips such as the new Atmel AT91SAM7Xxx. To help us make...


NXP Roadmap

Started by deliconn in LPC200013 years ago 6 replies

Anyone know what the near future holds for the NXP? I could really really use an LPC2101,2,3 size device, but with more SRAM. Vern

Anyone know what the near future holds for the NXP? I could really really use an LPC2101,2,3 size device, but with more SRAM. Vern


JTAG Pull-up/Pull-down

Started by georgeioak in LPC200013 years ago 3 replies

Hello Everyone: We just started working on our first design based on the LPC2101 part. We have a Keil MDB2103 Eval Board and followed the...

Hello Everyone: We just started working on our first design based on the LPC2101 part. We have a Keil MDB2103 Eval Board and followed the reference design schematic for the JTAG interface which showed TCK and RTCK being pulled down. We had nothing but troubles trying to get the ULINK JTAG adapter communicating and only after we changed these 2 signals to being pull-ups did we successf...


Capturing waveform with A/D

Started by scrappystuff64 in LPC200013 years ago 1 reply

I want to use the A/D on my lpc2101 to capture a waveform to verify that it is within specified bounds. Could I start a burst A/D conversion...

I want to use the A/D on my lpc2101 to capture a waveform to verify that it is within specified bounds. Could I start a burst A/D conversion and then check the result using a timer interrupt at least at 2*f? Any better ideas? Thanks, jonathan


Error in IAR header file

Started by Mike Harrison in LPC200013 years ago

Just found why the fractional divider wasn't working... Errors in the IAR header file register definitions - not sure whether this file was...

Just found why the fractional divider wasn't working... Errors in the IAR header file register definitions - not sure whether this file was part of the main install or from an example project In file lpc2101.h : __IO_REG8_BIT( U1LCR, 0xE001000C,__READ_WRITE,__uartlcr_bits); __IO_REG8_BIT( U1MCR, 0xE0010010,__READ_WRITE,__uartmcr_bits); __IO_REG8_BIT( U1LSR, ...