Re: ARMwizard v2.0.1 freeware applicaton to setup the mcu registers (update), LPC2xxx & LPC17xx

Started by Alexan_e in LPC20008 years ago

You are welcome. I didn't know that the 175x were so similar to 176x. I was planning to add them in the next version a couple of weeks later, if...

You are welcome. I didn't know that the 175x were so similar to 176x. I was planning to add them in the next version a couple of weeks later, if I knew that it would take me just a day I would have delayed v2.0 to add them all together. Alex ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jaromir Subcik" To: Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 10:00 PM Subje


Re: lpc2378 startup file GNU

Started by karelvergauwe in LPC200012 years ago

I found another startup file for lpc2xxx for GNU. Is it normal that the Stack configuration has other values for the different modes if you...

I found another startup file for lpc2xxx for GNU. Is it normal that the Stack configuration has other values for the different modes if you compare it with a startup file wich is generated/provided by keil??


Best solution for multiMCU comm

Started by Marko Pavlin home in LPC200015 years ago 6 replies

Hello! I would like to connect several P89LPC932 (x51 core) slaves to single LPC2xxx master. Each slave has unused SPI and...

Hello! I would like to connect several P89LPC932 (x51 core) slaves to single LPC2xxx master. Each slave has unused SPI and UART, which can be used for this communication. One slave is addressed at once. What would be best solution for that? I think SPI is ideal for th


Re: LPC2214 possible bootloader rev. 1.63 problem

Started by markcrow in LPC200014 years ago

I just recently discovered that if your ISP tool (by whomever) fails at a higher baud rate it is probably because of three issues: 1....

I just recently discovered that if your ISP tool (by whomever) fails at a higher baud rate it is probably because of three issues: 1. There is an error in the Philips LPC2xxx User Manual. All commands sent to the bootloader do not require a C/R and a L/F; in fact only a C/R is required. 2. If the ISP software validates all returned commands it w


Re: J1939 stacks for the LPC2xxx's?

Started by Sean in LPC200014 years ago 4 replies

Basically one of the main purposes of my project is to interface with the OBDII port on you car to do various things. Right now I'm stuck...

Basically one of the main purposes of my project is to interface with the OBDII port on you car to do various things. Right now I'm stuck using a chip from Elm Electronics -- great chip, but expensive. I'd much rather handle the OBDII communications myself, but I don't have the $$$ to buy the documentation. The Elm part itself is a $2 PIC, so it can't be tha


LPC2000 Flashtool equivalent for TMS470

Started by spooke916 in LPC200013 years ago

Hi, Firstly, I apologise if this message is slightly off topic from the conventianal LPC2xxx postings. I recently bought myself an Olimex...

Hi, Firstly, I apologise if this message is slightly off topic from the conventianal LPC2xxx postings. I recently bought myself an Olimex TMS470 board to play with. I was wondering, besides using HW devices like ULink and JLink, are there any other low-cost flashtools available (like the LPC2000 Flash Utility) for the TMS470. I have tried to look for clues in the www but have been ...


LPC2xxx USB Writing data to endpoint

Started by Jan Thogersen in LPC200013 years ago 7 replies

Hi all, I have tried the LPCUSB stack found on sourceforge and it works like a charm! Only small changes had to be made for it to work on a...

Hi all, I have tried the LPCUSB stack found on sourceforge and it works like a charm! Only small changes had to be made for it to work on a LPC2368. One thing troubles me a bit... How can I determine if an endpoint is still filled with data that needs to be transferred? Because now if I call USBHwEPWrite to often then the data in the endpoint's buffer gets overwritten before the CPU...


Eclipse+Olimex openOCD+MAC OS X

Started by Jean-Sebastien Stoezel in LPC200011 years ago 23 replies

Hi, Is anybody developing for the LPC2xxx family using: - Eclipse - openOCD JTAG from Olimex - MAC OS X If so, how do you setup your...

Hi, Is anybody developing for the LPC2xxx family using: - Eclipse - openOCD JTAG from Olimex - MAC OS X If so, how do you setup your environment? Thanks, Jean ------------------------------------


Placing interrupt vectors in ram with CrossWorks and LPC2XXX

Started by Jan Thogersen in LPC200013 years ago 1 reply

Hi all, In my project I use a bootloader which forces my user-code to place it's vectors @ 0x40000000. But this is apparently easier said...

Hi all, In my project I use a bootloader which forces my user-code to place it's vectors @ 0x40000000. But this is apparently easier said than done... I searched through Yahoo's group history and also on Rowley's faq. However, I'm not closer to the solution. I believe that the c runtime initializer would be able to copy my vectors to ram, but so far I haven't succeeded. I changed...


2 queries, counter & battery back up

Started by onceinfour in LPC200016 years ago 22 replies

I am thinking of using an LPC22xx as a single chip micro in an industrial controller board. 2 questions. I assume the device can ...

I am thinking of using an LPC22xx as a single chip micro in an industrial controller board. 2 questions. I assume the device can be used to count external pulses, encoder signal, which pin(s) can be used for a counter i/p? The LPC2xxx's supposedly have a built in RTC? Anyone got


Re: LPC2xxx book chapters

Started by "Pont, Michael J." in LPC200012 years ago

http://www.tte-systems.com/books.php Following a useful suggestion from Jean-Jacques Dauchot (thank you), I have added a new chapter (A2)...

http://www.tte-systems.com/books.php Following a useful suggestion from Jean-Jacques Dauchot (thank you), I have added a new chapter (A2) which describes how to adapt the code examples for use with the "Philips ISP LPC2000" software. This will be of most use to people who don't have easy access to a JTAG-based debugger interface. Note: this chapter is a very shoddy draft (sorry - I'...


Re: IAR workbench or Rowley CrossWorks

Started by sig5...@hotmail.com in LPC200013 years ago 3 replies

> > The downside is the extra work involved in setting GCC up for a > > particular target and in sourcing an IDE. We use Ashling tools as a...

> > The downside is the extra work involved in setting GCC up for a > > particular target and in sourcing an IDE. We use Ashling tools as a > > front-end for GCC for LPC2xxx and other ARM work, and are very happy > > with them (no connection by the way). For developing commercial > > applications, the cost of such tools is worth it, I think, just for > > the speed of getting up and running and


Reg:Application Reset

Started by prab...@yahoo.co.in in LPC200010 years ago 8 replies

Hi all, If i want to reset my application through software,which is the best way?I am using LPC2xxx series. I am planning to use...

Hi all, If i want to reset my application through software,which is the best way?I am using LPC2xxx series. I am planning to use watchdog with low timeout.Is it ok???please expailn??? Or Is there any best way to reset the application software??? Thanks, ------------------------------------


How to add uarts to an lpc2xxx

Started by Christophe in LPC200013 years ago 4 replies

Hello, for my project, I need more than two uarts that my lpc2148 provides. Futhermore I want tokeep uart_0 for code download and...

Hello, for my project, I need more than two uarts that my lpc2148 provides. Futhermore I want tokeep uart_0 for code download and communictaion with the board. So, as I am a newbie, I am wondering how it is possible to add more uarts : SPI to uart converter like the MAX3100, I2C to uart or perhaps, if it is possible software uart with GPIO. Any advices will be helpful... Thanks for yo...


Free ARM IDE

Started by pdqlogic in LPC200012 years ago 35 replies

Hi, We've written a Windows 2000/XP based IDE (called ArmEd) which interfaces with the GNUARM toolchain & Insight debugger. It also uses...

Hi, We've written a Windows 2000/XP based IDE (called ArmEd) which interfaces with the GNUARM toolchain & Insight debugger. It also uses OpenOCD to interface to the target JTAG port. You can create and configure projects very easily, then build, download & debug them. The IDE was developed for use with a LPC2214/FPGA development board but can be used with other LPC2xxx targets. An ...


ETM Trace Feature

Started by davebryan1 in LPC200015 years ago

Hi, I'm planning to use a LPC2138 and LPC2214 in a motor control system. As the motors being controlled are upwards of 50kW,...

Hi, I'm planning to use a LPC2138 and LPC2214 in a motor control system. As the motors being controlled are upwards of 50kW, it will not be easy to stop the processor and single step through code. Therefore I'm interested in the ETM trace feature of the LPC2xxx. Does anyone


IDE choice for peripheral support

Started by dr_danish_ali in LPC200014 years ago 35 replies

Yes I know the issue of IDE choice is often discussed, but please bear with me on this. I'm a relative newbie with Philips lpc2xxx, but...

Yes I know the issue of IDE choice is often discussed, but please bear with me on this. I'm a relative newbie with Philips lpc2xxx, but reasonably familiar with PIC microcontrollers. So far I have been playing round with the demo (16k limit) of the Keil uVision IDE + their jtag, and I am coming to the stage when I have to pay real money for a full IDE / compiler


Example project for LPC1766 ?

Started by capiman26061973 in LPC200010 years ago 2 replies

Hello, i just start to use the LPC1766. First steps are hardest steps... Therefore i want to port my old "hello world" program from...

Hello, i just start to use the LPC1766. First steps are hardest steps... Therefore i want to port my old "hello world" program from LPC2xxx to LPC1766. I already modified lpc23xx.h to contain at least a subset of register i use for my hello world. Does someone have a public / free to use version of a lpc17xx.h file and can upload it to the file section ? I already adapted my *.ld l...


Re: Free LPC2xxx bootloader update tool

Started by Jim Parziale in LPC200014 years ago

How do you get this utility to work? All I get is an error: "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022). Click OK to ...

How do you get this utility to work? All I get is an error: "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000022). Click OK to terminate the application." Is there some trick to get it to work? On 6/28/05, tildesign2 wrote: > > We did some more tweaking to make some improvements. The newest > relea


IDE/ATA device connection to LPC2xxx ?

Started by DECwiz \Fred van Kempen\ in LPC200014 years ago 4 replies

Hi, Can anyone offer advice as to which chip(set) to use to connect some IDE disks (probably low-power 2.5" drives) to LPC22xx series...

Hi, Can anyone offer advice as to which chip(set) to use to connect some IDE disks (probably low-power 2.5" drives) to LPC22xx series MCU's ? I guess I'm looking for a more-or-less standard IDE controller chip that can be connected to one of the EMC's chipselects, as an external I/O device... Cheers, Fred