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LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !

Started by philips_marketing_usa September 26, 2005
Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000 family,
the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.

Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash ARM7TDMI-
S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new LPC210x
members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling operation
of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
innovative power management features that allow deep power down
current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
than 10uA.

LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM), and
LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting November
2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in quantities
of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages are
available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C. For more details, go to:
http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/


An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

Is there program memory protect on these chips?

Gus

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "philips_marketing_usa"
<philips_marketing_usa@y...> wrote:
> Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000
family,
> the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.
>
> Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
> operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash
ARM7TDMI-
> S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new
LPC210x
> members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling
operation
> of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
> microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
> innovative power management features that allow deep power down
> current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
> than 10uA.
>
> LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM), and
> LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting November
> 2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in
quantities
> of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages
are
> available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
> specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C. > For more details, go to:
> http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/


Page 17 of the manual states:

6.17.4 Code security
This feature of the LPC2101/2102/2103 allow an application to control
whether it can be
debugged or protected from observation.
If after reset on-chip boot loader detects a valid checksum in flash and
reads 0x8765 4321
from address 0x1FC in flash, debugging will be disabled and thus the code in
flash will be
protected from observation. Once debugging is disabled, it can only be
enabled by
performing a full chip erase using the ISP

Regards
Lasse Madsen

-----Original Message-----
From: lpc2000@lpc2... [mailto:lpc2000@lpc2...] On Behalf Of
Gus
Sent: 26. september 2005 17:05
To: lpc2000@lpc2...
Subject: [lpc2000] Re: LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !

Is there program memory protect on these chips?

Gus

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "philips_marketing_usa"
<philips_marketing_usa@y...> wrote:
> Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000
family,
> the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.
>
> Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
> operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash
ARM7TDMI-
> S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new
LPC210x
> members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling
operation
> of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
> microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
> innovative power management features that allow deep power down
> current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
> than 10uA.
>
> LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM), and
> LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting November
> 2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in
quantities
> of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages
are
> available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
> specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C. > For more details, go to:
> http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/
Yahoo! Groups Links


Thats an absolutelly killer price! Wow!

Em Seg 26 Set 2005 10:55, philips_marketing_usa escreveu:
> Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000 family,
> the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.
>
> Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
> operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash ARM7TDMI-
> S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new LPC210x
> members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling operation
> of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
> microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
> innovative power management features that allow deep power down
> current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
> than 10uA.
>
> LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM), and
> LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting November
> 2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in quantities
> of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages are
> available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
> specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C. > For more details, go to:
> http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/



You say package available in TQFP48 and PLCC44, on the datasheet and website
I see only TQFP48. The PLCC44 will be available ? I'm interresting by it to
replace old 8051 OTP.

Sebastien

----- Original Message -----
From: "philips_marketing_usa" <philips_marketing_usa@phil...>
To: <lpc2000@lpc2...>
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 3:55 PM
Subject: [lpc2000] LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD ! Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000 family,
the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.

Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash ARM7TDMI-
S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new LPC210x
members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling operation
of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
innovative power management features that allow deep power down
current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
than 10uA.

LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM), and
LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting November
2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in quantities
of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages are
available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C. For more details, go to:
http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/
Yahoo! Groups Links


You say package available in TQFP48 and PLCC44, on the datasheet and website
I see only TQFP48. The PLCC44 will be available ? I\'m interresting by it to
replace old 8051 OTP.

Sebastien

----- Original Message -----
From: "philips_marketing_usa" <philips_marketing_usa@phil...>
To: <lpc2000@lpc2...>
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 3:55 PM
Subject: [lpc2000] LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD ! Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000 family,
the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.

Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash ARM7TDMI-
S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new LPC210x
members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling operation
of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
innovative power management features that allow deep power down
current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
than 10uA.

LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM), and
LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting November
2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in quantities
of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages are
available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C. For more details, go to:
http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/
Yahoo! Groups Links


Hi Robert,
Myabe you should run poll on this gropu ( Polls Section ) to get
idea from user what pins would be least needed.
Radim
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "philips_apps" <philips_apps@y...>
wrote:
> Sebastien,
>
> the device will be available in a PLCC44, promise. Unfortunately
we
> will have to take away 4 functional pins and no matter which ones
we
> pick, people will be upset and complain. It is now the task to
find
> out which ones are the least painful.
>
> Robert
>
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "Sebastien Jacquemard"
> <sejacquemard@w...> wrote:
> > You say package available in TQFP48 and PLCC44, on the datasheet
> and website
> > I see only TQFP48. The PLCC44 will be available ? I'm
interresting
> by it to
> > replace old 8051 OTP.
> >
> > Sebastien
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "philips_marketing_usa" <philips_marketing_usa@y...>
> > To: <lpc2000@lpc2...>
> > Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 3:55 PM
> > Subject: [lpc2000] LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !
> >
> >
> > Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000
family,
> > the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.
> >
> > Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
> > operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash
> ARM7TDMI-
> > S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new
> LPC210x
> > members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling
operation
> > of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
> > microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
> > innovative power management features that allow deep power down
> > current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
> > than 10uA.
> >
> > LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM),
and
> > LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting
November
> > 2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in
> quantities
> > of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages
> are
> > available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
> > specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C.
> >
> >
> > For more details, go to:
> > http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Yahoo! Groups Links


Hi Robert,
Myabe you should run poll on this gropu ( Polls Section ) to get
idea from user what pins would be least needed.
Radim
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "philips_apps" <philips_apps@y...>
wrote:
> Sebastien,
>
> the device will be available in a PLCC44, promise. Unfortunately
we
> will have to take away 4 functional pins and no matter which ones
we
> pick, people will be upset and complain. It is now the task to
find
> out which ones are the least painful.
>
> Robert
>
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "Sebastien Jacquemard"
> <sejacquemard@w...> wrote:
> > You say package available in TQFP48 and PLCC44, on the datasheet
> and website
> > I see only TQFP48. The PLCC44 will be available ? I\'m
interresting
> by it to
> > replace old 8051 OTP.
> >
> > Sebastien
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "philips_marketing_usa" <philips_marketing_usa@y...>
> > To: <lpc2000@lpc2...>
> > Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 3:55 PM
> > Subject: [lpc2000] LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !
> >
> >
> > Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000
family,
> > the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.
> >
> > Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
> > operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash
> ARM7TDMI-
> > S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new
> LPC210x
> > members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling
operation
> > of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
> > microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
> > innovative power management features that allow deep power down
> > current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
> > than 10uA.
> >
> > LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM),
and
> > LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting
November
> > 2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in
> quantities
> > of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages
> are
> > available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
> > specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C.
> >
> >
> > For more details, go to:
> > http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Yahoo! Groups Links


Hi Robert,
Myabe you should run poll on this gropu ( Polls Section ) to get
idea from user what pins would be least needed.
Radim
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "philips_apps" <philips_apps@y...>
wrote:
> Sebastien,
>
> the device will be available in a PLCC44, promise. Unfortunately
we
> will have to take away 4 functional pins and no matter which ones
we
> pick, people will be upset and complain. It is now the task to
find
> out which ones are the least painful.
>
> Robert
>
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "Sebastien Jacquemard"
> <sejacquemard@w...> wrote:
> > You say package available in TQFP48 and PLCC44, on the datasheet
> and website
> > I see only TQFP48. The PLCC44 will be available ? I\\\'m
interresting
> by it to
> > replace old 8051 OTP.
> >
> > Sebastien
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "philips_marketing_usa" <philips_marketing_usa@y...>
> > To: <lpc2000@lpc2...>
> > Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 3:55 PM
> > Subject: [lpc2000] LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !
> >
> >
> > Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000
family,
> > the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.
> >
> > Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
> > operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash
> ARM7TDMI-
> > S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new
> LPC210x
> > members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling
operation
> > of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
> > microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
> > innovative power management features that allow deep power down
> > current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
> > than 10uA.
> >
> > LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM),
and
> > LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting
November
> > 2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in
> quantities
> > of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages
> are
> > available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
> > specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C.
> >
> >
> > For more details, go to:
> > http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Yahoo! Groups Links


Hi Robert,
Myabe you should run poll on this gropu ( Polls Section ) to get
idea from user what pins would be least needed.
Radim
--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "philips_apps" <philips_apps@y...>
wrote:
> Sebastien,
>
> the device will be available in a PLCC44, promise. Unfortunately
we
> will have to take away 4 functional pins and no matter which ones
we
> pick, people will be upset and complain. It is now the task to
find
> out which ones are the least painful.
>
> Robert
>
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "Sebastien Jacquemard"
> <sejacquemard@w...> wrote:
> > You say package available in TQFP48 and PLCC44, on the datasheet
> and website
> > I see only TQFP48. The PLCC44 will be available ? I\\\\\\\'m
interresting
> by it to
> > replace old 8051 OTP.
> >
> > Sebastien
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "philips_marketing_usa" <philips_marketing_usa@y...>
> > To: <lpc2000@lpc2...>
> > Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 3:55 PM
> > Subject: [lpc2000] LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !
> >
> >
> > Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000
family,
> > the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103.
> >
> > Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio
> > operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash
> ARM7TDMI-
> > S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new
> LPC210x
> > members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit-toggling
operation
> > of 17.5MHz, more than 4 times faster than other competing ARM
> > microcontrollers. At the same time, these MCUs incorporate
> > innovative power management features that allow deep power down
> > current consumption, with the real-time clock running, to be less
> > than 10uA.
> >
> > LPC2101 (8KB flash, 2KB SRAM), LPC2102 (16KB flash, 4KB SRAM),
and
> > LPC2103 (32KB flash, 8KB SRAM) will be available starting
November
> > 2005. The per unit Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price in
> quantities
> > of 10,000 are USD $1.47, $1.85, and $2.20 respectively. Packages
> are
> > available in 7mm x 7mm TQFP-48 and PLCC-44. These new devices are
> > specified at an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C.
> >
> >
> > For more details, go to:
> > http://www.standardics.philips.com/news/lpc210x/
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Yahoo! Groups Links