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LPC2119/29 low cost eval board

Started by microbit April 18, 2004
Hi all,

Anyone that can recommend a good, low cost eval board
for LPC2119/LPC2129, (or a similar 64 pin part).
I don't want to design my own HW just yet, as it requires a fair
bit of RF layout integration :-)
Ideally this board will be able to take the parts with memory protect
(when they become available).
Must have standard JTAG IDC on it.

Any ideas ?
A google brings up nothing to write home about.

-- Kris



An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

> Anyone that can recommend a good, low cost eval board
> for LPC2119/LPC2129, (or a similar 64 pin part).

Good ? I don't know, but Keil has one: http://www.keil.com/mcb2100/

Regards,

Martin




Thanks Martin,

had a look, of course has the usual "get a quote" crap.
Nowadays "inexpensive" still seems to put you out by $300-$400
for something you'll only need for a bit, and then joins the endless
stack of other boards that gather dust .. :-(

Tnx for the reply.
Being Keil, I expect it to be priced ridiculously, but I'll get a quote from
disty.

Thanks Martin.
-- Kris

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Subject: Re: [lpc2000] LPC2119/29 low cost eval board > > Anyone that can recommend a good, low cost eval board
> > for LPC2119/LPC2129, (or a similar 64 pin part).
>
> Good ? I don't know, but Keil has one: http://www.keil.com/mcb2100/
>
> Regards,
>
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Asked in January for the price and they told me 100 Euro + Tax + Shipping.

Regards,

Martin

----- Original Message -----
From: "microbit" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, April 18, 2004 10:13 PM
Subject: Re: [lpc2000] LPC2119/29 low cost eval board > Thanks Martin,
>
> had a look, of course has the usual "get a quote" crap.
> Nowadays "inexpensive" still seems to put you out by $300-$400
> for something you'll only need for a bit, and then joins the endless
> stack of other boards that gather dust .. :-(
>
> Tnx for the reply.
> Being Keil, I expect it to be priced ridiculously, but I'll get a quote
from
> disty.
>
> Thanks Martin.
> -- Kris
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 6:07 AM
> Subject: Re: [lpc2000] LPC2119/29 low cost eval board > > > Anyone that can recommend a good, low cost eval board
> > > for LPC2119/LPC2129, (or a similar 64 pin part).
> >
> > Good ? I don't know, but Keil has one: http://www.keil.com/mcb2100/
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Martin
> >
> >
>
> --
> ------
> > Yahoo! Groups Links
> >
> > a.. To
> >
> > Yahoo! Groups Links




--- In , capiman@t... wrote:
> > Anyone that can recommend a good, low cost eval board
> > for LPC2119/LPC2129, (or a similar 64 pin part).
>
> Good ? I don't know, but Keil has one: http://www.keil.com/mcb2100/

Keil quoted me $149 USD but didn't have any in stock. They said
they're made in Europe (Germany I believe?) so they might be a bit
cheaper there.

Also, the Philips website has a decent list of eval boards--some of
which are being sold direct by Philips with prices listed and can be
ordered online.

Given all the problems I'm having with my current
Olimex/Wiggler/Rowley set up, I'm about ready to get out my credit
card for some better hardware.


> Keil quoted me $149 USD but didn't have any in stock. They said
> they're made in Europe (Germany I believe?) so they might be a bit
> cheaper there.
>
> Also, the Philips website has a decent list of eval boards--some of
> which are being sold direct by Philips with prices listed and can be
> ordered online.
>
> Given all the problems I'm having with my current
> Olimex/Wiggler/Rowley set up, I'm about ready to get out my credit
> card for some better hardware.

Thanks, I didn't look at the Philips website, because it has/had only eval
boards that come with "eval" versions of complete tools ie. Ashling, IAR
etc.
I _just_ want a low cost board !
I will look again, maybe that's changed.

Incidentally, I am using a Nohau LPC2106 tester board which surely would
have to be designated "better" hardware.
I'm quite sure that different HW will not solve your problem.
It's a marginal timing issue in CW it seems, but where/what exactly, dunno.

I'll either buy the Keil board, or directly go to my own integrated HW as a
"proto-prototype". I have a complete RF transceiver system that mates with
the LPC2129, hence the reason why I wanted to eval first what the best
choice
is of I/O control lines for the transceiver section, rather than immediately
lay out a complex RF PCB... !

Cheers,
Kris


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Hi Kris,
We offer a range of foot print/programming adapters for our EVBA7 board which supports any of the 64 and 144 pin parts. Price/details available at: http://www.ashling.com/support/lpc2000/eval_kits.html
 
 
 
 
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Subject: [***SPAM*** Score/Req: 06.28/05.00] [lpc2000] LPC2119/29 low cost eval board

Hi all,

Anyone that can recommend a good, low cost eval board
for LPC2119/LPC2129, (or a similar 64 pin part).
I don't want to design my own HW just yet, as it requires a fair
bit of RF layout integration :-)
Ideally this board will be able to take the parts with memory protect
(when they become available).
Must have standard JTAG IDC on it.

Any ideas ?
A google brings up nothing to write home about.

-- Kris



Thanks Hugh,

I will look into this and compare.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Hugh O'Keeffe" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 7:05 PM
Subject: RE: [lpc2000] LPC2119/29 low cost eval board > Hi Kris,
> We offer a range of foot print/programming adapters for our EVBA7 board
> which supports any of the 64 and 144 pin parts. Price/details available
at:
> http://www.ashling.com/support/lpc2000/eval_kits.html > Hugh @ http://www.ashling.com/support/lpc2000/




Hi Kris,
LPC2129 board is available from Pasat - TinyARM DIP50. It includes voltage regulator,
5V to 3.3V and 1.8V, Reset controller, 10MHz quartz and it is housed in DIP50 with all
I/O pins present on the connector. Included is IAR EWARM 16kbyte limited.
Order directly from Pasat or from distributors, e.g. using credit card from www.burntec.com.
Regards,
Belo --- In , "microbit" <microbit@c...> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Anyone that can recommend a good, low cost eval board
> for LPC2119/LPC2129, (or a similar 64 pin part).
> I don't want to design my own HW just yet, as it requires a fair
> bit of RF layout integration :-)
> Ideally this board will be able to take the parts with memory protect
> (when they become available).
> Must have standard JTAG IDC on it.
>
> Any ideas ?
> A google brings up nothing to write home about.
>
> -- Kris