- Small size: 21 x 40 mm
- Drag-and-drop programming
- SWD/JTAG connector
The LPC11U35 QuickStart Board lets you get up-and-running quickly with NXP's Cortex-M0 LPC11U35 microcontroller
Download code to the board by using:
- The USB-ISP mode where the board will enumerate as a USB Mass storage device on a Windows PC. Just copy the compiled binary file to the storage device.
- Use the free LPCXpresso IDE/Debugger together with, for example, an LPC-Link, a 10-pos IDC Ribbon cable and connect to the SWD interface (10-pin JTAG connector) on the board, see figure below. This allows you to both download and debug code on the board.
- Use a debugger and JTAG adapter of your choice which supports the Cortex-M3 ARM core and more specifically the NXP LPC11U35 microcontroller. You might need an adapter such as the 10-pin to 20-pin JTAG Adapter Kit between your JTAG solution and the target board.
|NXP's Cortex-M0 LPC11U35 microcontroller in 33-pin HVQFN package.|
|64 KByte flash.|
|10 KByte RAM.|
|4 KByte EEPROM|
|Interfaces / Connectors|
|All LPC11U35 I/O pins are available on edge expansion connectors, in DIL-30 structure suitable for bread board prototyping (dual 15 pos, 100 mil/2.54 mm pitch rows, 700 mil/17.78 mm apart).|
|On-board USB Device interface, with mini-B USB connector and proper ESD protection.|
|SWD/JTAG connector (50 mil/1.27 mm pitch, standard SWD/JTAG connector).|
|Flexible powering, with on-board 150mA 3.3V voltage regulator (can be powered from USB connector or an external +5V supply).|
|Onboard reset generation and reset push-button.|
|Push-button for enabling Bootloader mode of the LPC1343.|
|LED on pin PIO0_7.|
|2 pcs 1x15 pinlists included, but not soldered.|
|Dimensions: 21 x 40 mm|
|Documentation and guides|
|LPC11U35 QuickStart Board User's Guide|