Errata updated for LPC-2294 on April 1, 2005

Started by Brett Delmage in LPC200015 years ago

Hmm. Not a good day to issue new errata, eh? Anyway, I just noticed that a new Errata for LPC2294 was issued on April 1, 2005. Version...

Hmm. Not a good day to issue new errata, eh? Anyway, I just noticed that a new Errata for LPC2294 was issued on April 1, 2005. Version 1.5 http://www .semiconductors.philips.com/acrobat_download/erratasheets/2294_2.pdf New sections include EXTINT.2,


LPC214x fully-compliant USB2.0 ARM7 MCU Press Release

Started by philips_marketing_usa in LPC200015 years ago 19 replies

Philips industry-leading LPC214x series of fully-compliant USB 2.0 Full Speed ARM7 MCU As you know, not all ARM MCUs are implemented in...

Philips industry-leading LPC214x series of fully-compliant USB 2.0 Full Speed ARM7 MCU As you know, not all ARM MCUs are implemented in the same way and Philips' implementation of the LPC214x family clearly sets it apart for customers. To be fully compliant with the USB 2.0 Full Speed standard, the LPC214x series, based on the ARM7TDMI-S?, incorp


announcing: Price Reduction with NEW ARM Design board - PHILIPS LPC 2106 + JTAG

Started by Anonymous in LPC200016 years ago

announcing NEW ARM Design board with PHILIPS LPC 2106 + JTAG http://arm.web7days.com US $63 + shipping ( ARM board +...

announcing NEW ARM Design board with PHILIPS LPC 2106 + JTAG http://arm.web7days.com US $63 + shipping ( ARM board + JTAG + accessary + CD-ROM + cables) ----- mcu development team


LPC2800

Started by slawcus in LPC200014 years ago 2 replies

http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/news/content/file_1228.html Comments? Yahoo! Groups Links

http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/news/content/file_1228.html Comments? Yahoo! Groups Links


LPC competition coming up

Started by embeddedjanitor in LPC200015 years ago 3 replies

I see Circuit Cellar and Philips are running a new competiton starting on 25 April. I hope this is open to the whole world and not...

I see Circuit Cellar and Philips are running a new competiton starting on 25 April. I hope this is open to the whole world and not just USA.


LPC210X_isp.exe Where Is It?

Started by dsidlauskas1 in LPC200014 years ago 1 reply

Where can I get version 2.2.3 of the Philips flash programming utility. Philip's web site can't find it??? Tnaks for your help. Dave...

Where can I get version 2.2.3 of the Philips flash programming utility. Philip's web site can't find it??? Tnaks for your help. Dave Sidlauskas


Eagle library for LPC2292

Started by thomas_ploeger in LPC200014 years ago 1 reply

Hi, does somebody has an Eagle lbr for Philips LPC 2292? If yes could you please post it! Thanks Thomas

Hi, does somebody has an Eagle lbr for Philips LPC 2292? If yes could you please post it! Thanks Thomas


ispell

Started by mayotte_d in LPC200013 years ago 2 replies

Has anyone ever attempted to get the spell checker program "ispell" to run on an arm7 philips micro with Rowley Compiler?

Has anyone ever attempted to get the spell checker program "ispell" to run on an arm7 philips micro with Rowley Compiler?


Useful document

Started by Leon Heller in LPC200014 years ago 3 replies

I came across a link to this document on the Philips web site: http://www.ovro.caltech.edu/~dwh/ucos/project_AR1803.pdf Leon

I came across a link to this document on the Philips web site: http://www.ovro.caltech.edu/~dwh/ucos/project_AR1803.pdf Leon


Another Newbie Question

Started by heedaf in LPC200014 years ago 2 replies

I'm in the process of learning the LPC2106 as well as the I2C format. I downloaded a sample from Philips and it has the interurupt vector...

I'm in the process of learning the LPC2106 as well as the I2C format. I downloaded a sample from Philips and it has the interurupt vector table listed below. Can anyone tell me where it goes? I'm using CrossStudio and I would think it would go in a seperate file but I'm not sure. Thanks, Dewayne ; --------------------------------------------------------- ; Assembler Directives ; -


LPC214x USB Specifications

Started by Dan Beadle in LPC200015 years ago

The USB part of the user manual is pretty sparse. Does Philips have additional information about the USB block of the 214x series? ...

The USB part of the user manual is pretty sparse. Does Philips have additional information about the USB block of the 214x series? _____


pclk speed

Started by jase_ko in LPC200015 years ago 4 replies

hey guys, how would i find out/set the speed of the pclk on a philips lpc2129 with keil tools? thanks Jason ...

hey guys, how would i find out/set the speed of the pclk on a philips lpc2129 with keil tools? thanks Jason


Starter Kit for the Philips LPC2138 or LPC213x Microcontroller ?

Started by eng_amrahmed in LPC200015 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I search for simple schematics to build my Starter kit. Any help please ? This is my first post here. Thanks very much ...

Hi, I search for simple schematics to build my Starter kit. Any help please ? This is my first post here. Thanks very much


An LPC2xxx variant I would like to see

Started by Ken Wada in LPC200015 years ago 12 replies

ok... I know that there are some Philips representatives out there. So I am posting this to this forum. I want to see an LPC2xxx part...

ok... I know that there are some Philips representatives out there. So I am posting this to this forum. I want to see an LPC2xxx part that is somewhat of a hybrid between LPC21xx and LPC22xx. - PQFP-64 package, (very important!) - Only lower 10 address lines, however 8 is also acceptable here - Four chip selects with OE, RD/WR, BLS0/BL


Samples for LPC2xxx

Started by John Chung in LPC200014 years ago 7 replies

Hi, I was wondering whether Philips provide samples for the LPC2xxx family. I know Microchip...

Hi, I was wondering whether Philips provide samples for the LPC2xxx family. I know Microchip does. Thanks John __________________________________________________


Keil 2140 eval board

Started by dodge1955 in LPC200014 years ago

Has anyone had any problems getting the Philips Flash Serial Utility (either 2.2.2 or 2.2.3) to work? I have gotten into the situation ...

Has anyone had any problems getting the Philips Flash Serial Utility (either 2.2.2 or 2.2.3) to work? I have gotten into the situation where I have downloaded code that has the JTAG turned off (not intentionally, of course) and it gets locked up. The only way to reprogram it in that state (supposedly) is thru the serial port. But, I have always gotten 'Cannot com


PWM's and UART

Started by amas...@... in LPC200015 years ago 4 replies

Hi, I'm studying LPC2214 for use on a new project. I have some doubts and I think someone could help me in this forum. 1) I need to...

Hi, I'm studying LPC2214 for use on a new project. I have some doubts and I think someone could help me in this forum. 1) I need to control 3 step motors. They are completely independent. In the Philips LPC User Manual, they say it's better use channels 2, 4 and 6 for double edge. It's not clear to me how can I make one motor accelerate while another one is in it maximum speed i.


Xavier Marchal/LIM/RESEARCH/PHILIPS is out of the office.

Started by Xavier Marchal in LPC200015 years ago 2 replies

I will be out of the office starting 2005-07-14 and will not return until 2005-08-08. I am on holidays for 3 weeks. Please send your...

I will be out of the office starting 2005-07-14 and will not return until 2005-08-08. I am on holidays for 3 weeks. Please send your request to your dedicated account managers or to your distributor.


Reference schematic

Started by meltronics group in LPC200014 years ago 1 reply

Hi, Can I get reference schematic of LPC 2294 based design with Philips flash programming took. Kindly guide me with already tested...

Hi, Can I get reference schematic of LPC 2294 based design with Philips flash programming took. Kindly guide me with already tested circuit. Thanking you, With best regards, Meltronics --------------------------------- Get your email and more, right on the new Yahoo.com


help define a LPC2888 demo board and you can get one free!

Started by Frantz Robinson in LPC200014 years ago 30 replies

Everyone, I'll try to keep this brief but perhaps a little intro is in order. I am one of the many 'lurkers' on the list quietly learning...

Everyone, I'll try to keep this brief but perhaps a little intro is in order. I am one of the many 'lurkers' on the list quietly learning from all your valuable contributions here, but alas I have little time for active experimentation so I've been mostly quiet. Having done ARM designs in the past, I am of course a huge fan of this architecture and especially Philips's incarnation of i...