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LPC2294 board

Started by tomandz1 October 20, 2004

Hi all,

I am considering buying a LPC2294 for my new project. I have a couple
of questions, regarding that:

1-Does anyone know of a simple board or just adapter for LPC2294.

I have looked at:

phyCORE-ARM7/LPC229x:
http://www.phytec.com/sbc/32bit/pclpc229x.htm FA-EVBA7-144 144-Pin Device Adapter:
http://www.ashling.com/support/lpc2000/eval_kits.html LPC-H2294:
http://www.olimex.com/dev/

2- Does the ISP mean that I won't be needing a programmer for this
device? That I can program it via RS232?

3- What sort of compiler will I need? They talk about uvision3 form
Keil. What is the difference with uvision2. I know that they say
uvision3 has support for this device. But what kind of support does
the uvision2 need, except maybe a header file?

4- does any one know how much the chip itself cost?

Please Advise

Thanks

Tom




An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series


--- In , "tomandz1" <tommyz1@s...> wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> I am considering buying a LPC2294 for my new project. I have a
couple
> of questions, regarding that:
>
> 1-Does anyone know of a simple board or just adapter for LPC2294.
>
> I have looked at:
>
> phyCORE-ARM7/LPC229x:
> http://www.phytec.com/sbc/32bit/pclpc229x.htm > FA-EVBA7-144 144-Pin Device Adapter:
> http://www.ashling.com/support/lpc2000/eval_kits.html > LPC-H2294:
> http://www.olimex.com/dev/

The Olimex header might not actually be available yet.
It's 'preliminary' on the web site. >
> 2- Does the ISP mean that I won't be needing a programmer for this
> device? That I can program it via RS232?

It may be programmed via an RS-232 interface, but you really need a
JTAG interface for debugging. They are quite cheap from Olimex, or
you can make your own quite easily.

>
> 3- What sort of compiler will I need? They talk about uvision3 form
> Keil. What is the difference with uvision2. I know that they say
> uvision3 has support for this device. But what kind of support does
> the uvision2 need, except maybe a header file?
>
> 4- does any one know how much the chip itself cost?

They don't appear to be available in small quantities yet. They will
probably be about $20, judging from the prices of the other chips.

Leon



>It may be programmed via an RS-232 interface, but you really need a
>JTAG interface for debugging. They are quite cheap from Olimex, or
>you can make your own quite easily.

Hi Leon,

Where can I find details on how to build my own JTAG interface?

Best regards,

David Kay
Applications Engineer
www.adilam.com.au





>From: "David Kay" <>
>Reply-To:
>To: <>
>Subject: RE: [lpc2000] Re: LPC2294 board
>Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 08:56:08 +1300 > >It may be programmed via an RS-232 interface, but you really need a
> >JTAG interface for debugging. They are quite cheap from Olimex, or
> >you can make your own quite easily.
>
>Hi Leon,
>
>Where can I find details on how to build my own JTAG interface?
>

Mine is in the Files area. You want jtag.zip. It includes a laser printer
.prn file for the artwork.

Leon