Reply by Mike October 12, 20052005-10-12
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "Mike" <yahoo@d...> wrote:

> Just a "me too" to say mine have arrived today (Monday) 7 days (5
> working days). I ordered 2xLPC2138 and 2xLPC2148. Only the 2138s
> arrived though. 2 chips, in strange (but secure) square chip holders,
> inside an antistatic bag, inside a cardboard box, inside a jiffy bag,
> inside a FedEx Tyvek bag. All the way from Hong Kong!

Just a brief followup to say the 2xLPC2148 arrived today! Cheers Philips!

Mike



An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

Reply by Mike September 22, 20052005-09-22
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "bigakisgr" <bigakisgr@y...> wrote:
> I received my sample today. I took only 4 days to arrive to Greece!!!
> I never got any sample from a local distributor. They think that you
> must first order (or give a promise to order) some billions of pieces
> to be granted the right to take one sample.
> The only drawback, is that i only received only the 2138. I already
> bought some of them. I did not received the 2148 i requested. Do
> anyone knows why?
> Thank you Phillips.

It's possible the 2148s aren't in large quantity production, and are
only being sent to long term customers.

Mike


Reply by radim100 September 20, 20052005-09-20
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "bigakisgr" <bigakisgr@y...> wrote:
> I received my sample today. I took only 4 days to arrive to
Greece!!!
> I never got any sample from a local distributor. They think that
you
> must first order (or give a promise to order) some billions of
pieces
> to be granted the right to take one sample.
> The only drawback, is that i only received only the 2138. I already
> bought some of them. I did not received the 2148 i requested. Do
> anyone knows why?
> Thank you Phillips. >
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "seangra" <sgraham@o...> wrote:
> > --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., various people wrote:
> >
> > > My samples arrived today ( Sept 15 / 2005 ) 6 days ( 4 working
> > > days ) from time I have ordered them . Shipped from Hong-Kong
to
> > > Western Canada . Everything was free of charge including
shipping
> > > by Fedex. Thank you Phillips - good service - keep it up !!!
> >
> > > Just a "me too" to say mine have arrived today (Monday) 7 days
(5
> > > working days). I ordered 2xLPC2138 and 2xLPC2148. Only the
2138s
> > > arrived though. 2 chips, in strange (but secure) square chip
> > > holders, inside an antistatic bag, inside a cardboard box,
> > > inside a jiffy bag, inside a FedEx Tyvek bag. All the way from
> > > Hong Kong! Good speed, but must have cost a fortune with all
> > > that packing, and all the way from HK.
> >
> > > What a dream... to Brazil (my country) nobody sends samples.
> > > Sometimes Texas send some, but with a lot of restrictions. I
> > > allways have to buy some on Farnell to start working. It is
> > > possible to get samples from local distributors, but if you
are a
> > > small design center (like me) it's very hard to obtain
samples...
> >
> > > I ordered some LPC213x.Shipped from Hong Kong to Brazil via
Fedex.
> > > You need to wait 2 weeks. Thank you Philips.
> >
> >
> > Just another Me Too as well, I asked for 2x2438, 2x2338 and
2x2292
> > (not sure which route I wanted to go), and 4 business days later
I
> > received 2x2338 the same, in static bag, in box, in bubble
envelope,
> > in fedex envelope, from Honk Kong. I figured that because I
asked
> > for too many (even though it clearly says on the website that 6
is
> > the "respectable" limit) that they only send me 2. So I put in
a
> > request for 2x2438 (can't even buy those locally), but then the
next
> > day I got another shipment with 2x2292, same packaging, same
> > source. I wonder why they didn't ship them all at the same time?
> >
> > I also put in a samples request from Atmel (SAM7S series) and
got a
> > phone call from All American wanting to talk about volumes,
etc.
> > Philips just sent them without any trouble at all. Thanks
Philips!

They may come later . Mine have come in two shippments within 2 days
apart.


Reply by bigakisgr September 20, 20052005-09-20
I received my sample today. I took only 4 days to arrive to Greece!!!
I never got any sample from a local distributor. They think that you
must first order (or give a promise to order) some billions of pieces
to be granted the right to take one sample.
The only drawback, is that i only received only the 2138. I already
bought some of them. I did not received the 2148 i requested. Do
anyone knows why?
Thank you Phillips.
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "seangra" <sgraham@o...> wrote:
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., various people wrote:
>
> > My samples arrived today ( Sept 15 / 2005 ) 6 days ( 4 working
> > days ) from time I have ordered them . Shipped from Hong-Kong to
> > Western Canada . Everything was free of charge including shipping
> > by Fedex. Thank you Phillips - good service - keep it up !!!
>
> > Just a "me too" to say mine have arrived today (Monday) 7 days (5
> > working days). I ordered 2xLPC2138 and 2xLPC2148. Only the 2138s
> > arrived though. 2 chips, in strange (but secure) square chip
> > holders, inside an antistatic bag, inside a cardboard box,
> > inside a jiffy bag, inside a FedEx Tyvek bag. All the way from
> > Hong Kong! Good speed, but must have cost a fortune with all
> > that packing, and all the way from HK.
>
> > What a dream... to Brazil (my country) nobody sends samples.
> > Sometimes Texas send some, but with a lot of restrictions. I
> > allways have to buy some on Farnell to start working. It is
> > possible to get samples from local distributors, but if you are a
> > small design center (like me) it's very hard to obtain samples...
>
> > I ordered some LPC213x.Shipped from Hong Kong to Brazil via Fedex.
> > You need to wait 2 weeks. Thank you Philips. > Just another Me Too as well, I asked for 2x2438, 2x2338 and 2x2292
> (not sure which route I wanted to go), and 4 business days later I
> received 2x2338 the same, in static bag, in box, in bubble envelope,
> in fedex envelope, from Honk Kong. I figured that because I asked
> for too many (even though it clearly says on the website that 6 is
> the "respectable" limit) that they only send me 2. So I put in a
> request for 2x2438 (can't even buy those locally), but then the next
> day I got another shipment with 2x2292, same packaging, same
> source. I wonder why they didn't ship them all at the same time?
>
> I also put in a samples request from Atmel (SAM7S series) and got a
> phone call from All American wanting to talk about volumes, etc.
> Philips just sent them without any trouble at all. Thanks Philips!


Reply by seangra September 20, 20052005-09-20
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., various people wrote:

> My samples arrived today ( Sept 15 / 2005 ) 6 days ( 4 working
> days ) from time I have ordered them . Shipped from Hong-Kong to
> Western Canada . Everything was free of charge including shipping
> by Fedex. Thank you Phillips - good service - keep it up !!!

> Just a "me too" to say mine have arrived today (Monday) 7 days (5
> working days). I ordered 2xLPC2138 and 2xLPC2148. Only the 2138s
> arrived though. 2 chips, in strange (but secure) square chip
> holders, inside an antistatic bag, inside a cardboard box,
> inside a jiffy bag, inside a FedEx Tyvek bag. All the way from
> Hong Kong! Good speed, but must have cost a fortune with all
> that packing, and all the way from HK.

> What a dream... to Brazil (my country) nobody sends samples.
> Sometimes Texas send some, but with a lot of restrictions. I
> allways have to buy some on Farnell to start working. It is
> possible to get samples from local distributors, but if you are a
> small design center (like me) it's very hard to obtain samples...

> I ordered some LPC213x.Shipped from Hong Kong to Brazil via Fedex.
> You need to wait 2 weeks. Thank you Philips.


Just another Me Too as well, I asked for 2x2438, 2x2338 and 2x2292
(not sure which route I wanted to go), and 4 business days later I
received 2x2338 the same, in static bag, in box, in bubble envelope,
in fedex envelope, from Honk Kong. I figured that because I asked
for too many (even though it clearly says on the website that 6 is
the "respectable" limit) that they only send me 2. So I put in a
request for 2x2438 (can't even buy those locally), but then the next
day I got another shipment with 2x2292, same packaging, same
source. I wonder why they didn't ship them all at the same time?

I also put in a samples request from Atmel (SAM7S series) and got a
phone call from All American wanting to talk about volumes, etc.
Philips just sent them without any trouble at all. Thanks Philips!


Reply by atmelbr September 20, 20052005-09-20

> > >
> > > My samples arrived today ( Sept 15 / 2005 ) 6 days ( 4 working
days )
> > > from time I have ordered them . Shipped from Hong-Kong to Western
> > > Canada . Everything was free of charge including shipping by Fedex .
> > > Thank you Phillips - good service - keep it up !!!.
> >
> > Just a "me too" to say mine have arrived today (Monday) 7 days (5
> > working days). I ordered 2xLPC2138 and 2xLPC2148. Only the 2138s
> > arrived though. 2 chips, in strange (but secure) square chip holders,
> > inside an antistatic bag, inside a cardboard box, inside a jiffy bag,
> > inside a FedEx Tyvek bag. All the way from Hong Kong!
> >
> > Good speed, but must have cost a fortune with all that packing, and
> > all the way from HK.
> >
> What a dream... to Brazil (my country) nobody sends samples.
Sometimes Texas
> send some, but with a lot of restrictions. I allways have to buy
some on
> Farnell to start working. It is possible to get samples from local
> distributors, but if you are a small design center (like me) it is
very hard
> to obtain samples...

I ordered some LPC213x.Shipped from Hong Kong to Brazil via Fedex.
You need to wait 2 weeks.
Thank you Philips.


Reply by Xtian Xultz September 19, 20052005-09-19
Em Seg 19 Set 2005 15:52, Mike escreveu:
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "radim100" <radim100@y...> wrote:
> > --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "radim100" <radim100@y...> wrote:
> > > Hi ,
> > > I have ordered some LPC213X and LPC214X samples from Phillips's web
> > > site. Does anybody has experience with this service and could you
> > > comment on how fast they usually come ?( this is North America).
> > > Thanks.
> >
> > My samples arrived today ( Sept 15 / 2005 ) 6 days ( 4 working days )
> > from time I have ordered them . Shipped from Hong-Kong to Western
> > Canada . Everything was free of charge including shipping by Fedex .
> > Thank you Phillips - good service - keep it up !!!.
>
> Just a "me too" to say mine have arrived today (Monday) 7 days (5
> working days). I ordered 2xLPC2138 and 2xLPC2148. Only the 2138s
> arrived though. 2 chips, in strange (but secure) square chip holders,
> inside an antistatic bag, inside a cardboard box, inside a jiffy bag,
> inside a FedEx Tyvek bag. All the way from Hong Kong!
>
> Good speed, but must have cost a fortune with all that packing, and
> all the way from HK.
>
What a dream... to Brazil (my country) nobody sends samples. Sometimes Texas
send some, but with a lot of restrictions. I allways have to buy some on
Farnell to start working. It is possible to get samples from local
distributors, but if you are a small design center (like me) it is very hard
to obtain samples...



Reply by Mike September 19, 20052005-09-19
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "radim100" <radim100@y...> wrote:
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "radim100" <radim100@y...> wrote:
> > Hi ,
> > I have ordered some LPC213X and LPC214X samples from Phillips's web
> > site. Does anybody has experience with this service and could you
> > comment on how fast they usually come ?( this is North America).
> > Thanks.
>
> My samples arrived today ( Sept 15 / 2005 ) 6 days ( 4 working days )
> from time I have ordered them . Shipped from Hong-Kong to Western
> Canada . Everything was free of charge including shipping by Fedex .
> Thank you Phillips - good service - keep it up !!!.

Just a "me too" to say mine have arrived today (Monday) 7 days (5
working days). I ordered 2xLPC2138 and 2xLPC2148. Only the 2138s
arrived though. 2 chips, in strange (but secure) square chip holders,
inside an antistatic bag, inside a cardboard box, inside a jiffy bag,
inside a FedEx Tyvek bag. All the way from Hong Kong!

Good speed, but must have cost a fortune with all that packing, and
all the way from HK.

Mike


Reply by radim100 September 15, 20052005-09-15
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "radim100" <radim100@y...> wrote:
> Hi ,
> I have ordered some LPC213X and LPC214X samples from Phillips's web
> site. Does anybody has experience with this service and could you
> comment on how fast they usually come ?( this is North America).
> Thanks.

My samples arrived today ( Sept 15 / 2005 ) 6 days ( 4 working days )
from time I have ordered them . Shipped from Hong-Kong to Western
Canada . Everything was free of charge including shipping by Fedex .
Thank you Phillips - good service - keep it up !!!.


Reply by Dan Beadle September 10, 20052005-09-10
I agree Digikey is great source for low volume fast - order today, have
it tomorrow.
EXCEPT... They don't have LPC214x yet - I have some on order for 11/2
delivery.
Dan _____

From: lpc2000@lpc2... [mailto:lpc2000@lpc2...] On Behalf
Of Rod Moffitt
Sent: Friday, September 09, 2005 6:42 PM
To: lpc2000@lpc2...
Subject: Re: [lpc2000] LPC21XX Phillips Samples
If you want the fastest service (only a day to most U.S. or Canadian
cities) try Digikey. I just checked and they thave quite a few LPC213X
parts in stock.

Even though my Arrow rep can get samples for me for free, it can take a
week or so. Digikey can get them to me in a day. Digikey makes procuring

parts for prototyping and medium production runs fast and easy (no I am
not a paid shrill).

http://digikey.com

- Rod

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On Fri, 9 Sep 2005, radim100 wrote:

> Hi ,
> I have ordered some LPC213X and LPC214X samples from Phillips's web
> site. Does anybody has experience with this service and could you
> comment on how fast they usually come ?( this is North America).
> Thanks. >
> > .
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