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Started by amal s May 20, 2009
Hi all,
can somebody suggest me the most suitable LPC2000 series controller other than 2129 for CAN applications.

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An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

--- In l..., amal s wrote:
>
> can somebody suggest me the most suitable LPC2000 series controller
other than 2129 for CAN applications.
>

That all depends on what your other requirements are. To help you
choose, there is an NXP feature matrix that summarises the
capabilities of each controller in the LPC2000 family. It is
titled 'The choice for embedded technologies' and you can download a
copy from their website:

http://www.nxp.com/acrobat_download/literature/9397/75016669.pdf

Regards,
Chris Burrows

Armaide v2.0: LPC2000 Oberon-07 Development System
http://www.cfbsoftware.com/armaide

--- In l..., "cfbsoftware1" wrote:
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> --- In l..., amal s wrote:
> >
> > can somebody suggest me the most suitable LPC2000 series controller
> other than 2129 for CAN applications.
> > That all depends on what your other requirements are. To help you
> choose, there is an NXP feature matrix that summarises the
> capabilities of each controller in the LPC2000 family. It is
> titled 'The choice for embedded technologies' and you can download a
> copy from their website:
>
> http://www.nxp.com/acrobat_download/literature/9397/75016669.pdf
>
> Regards,
> Chris Burrows
>
> Armaide v2.0: LPC2000 Oberon-07 Development System
> http://www.cfbsoftware.com/armaide
>

Thank You Chris.

--- In l..., amal s wrote:
>
> Hi all,
> can somebody suggest me the most suitable LPC2000 series controller other than 2129 for CAN applications.
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>
>
>

I switched from 2129 to 2368. 2368 needs ony one supply voltage(3.3V)
and has also 2 CAN interfaces (what was important for me).
Unfortunately it's a LQFP100 and a little bit larger than 2129.

Hope this helps,
Gerd

--- In l..., "Gerd" wrote:
>
> --- In l..., amal s wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> > can somebody suggest me the most suitable LPC2000 series controller other than 2129 for CAN applications.

> I switched from 2129 to 2368. 2368 needs ony one supply voltage(3.3V)
> and has also 2 CAN interfaces (what was important for me).
> Unfortunately it's a LQFP100 and a little bit larger than 2129.
>
> Hope this helps,
> Gerd
>
As Gerd mentioned the LPC2300 devices would be a good fit, many improvements over the LPC2129 and the CAN is "almost" identical. There are a couple minor differences, one is you need to enable the CAN interface while on the LPC2129 is comes up enabled after reset. The new approach is better yet different. You will be able to reuse 99% of your CAN software.

Regards, Bob
http://www.lpc2000.com

We use the LPC2366 for all kinds products. Some have CAN, some don't. We
like it for price and functions. And if we have to go up in code size we
will use the LPC2368 or LPC2388.
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--- In l..., "Gerd" wrote:
>
> --- In l..., amal s wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> > can somebody suggest me the most suitable LPC2000 series controller
other than 2129 for CAN applications.

> I switched from 2129 to 2368. 2368 needs ony one supply voltage(3.3V)
> and has also 2 CAN interfaces (what was important for me).
> Unfortunately it's a LQFP100 and a little bit larger than 2129.
>
> Hope this helps,
> Gerd
>
As Gerd mentioned the LPC2300 devices would be a good fit, many
improvements over the LPC2129 and the CAN is "almost" identical. There are a
couple minor differences, one is you need to enable the CAN interface while
on the LPC2129 is comes up enabled after reset. The new approach is better
yet different. You will be able to reuse 99% of your CAN software.

Regards, Bob
http://www.lpc2000.com