- LPC11U37H with Cortex-M0 core
- 10kB SRAM, 128kB Flash
- Onboard debug interface (LPC-Link2)
The LPC11U37H LPCXpresso board with NXP's ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller has been designed to make it as easy as possible to get started with Cortex-M0
Where to buy?
This product is no longer sold in our webshop, but it is available with NXP’s part number OM13062 (with IOH expander board) from distributors.
Since the introduction of the first variant in 2009, the original LPCXpresso board has reenergised the whole MCU evaluation board market. Embedded Artists and NXP are now proud to introduce the new generation of LPCXpresso V2 boards which build upon the original design, providing many new and exciting features.
|LPC11U24 LPCXpresso Board|
|Processor||NXP's Cortex-M0 LPC11U37H microcontroller in LQFP64 package|
|Data Memory||10 KByte plus 2KByte for I/O Handler|
|Clock Crystals||12.000 MHz crystal for CPU|
|Dimensions||56 x 91 mm|
|3.3V external powering,|
|5V external powering,|
|LPC11U37H USB interface, or|
|LPC-Link2 USB interface (debug interface)|
|Arduino connectors compatible with the 'Arduino UNO' platform|
|All relevant LPC11U37H pins available on 'standard LPCXpresso/mbed' expansion connector (2x27 pin rows, 100 mil pitch, 900 mil between rows)|
|Micro-B USB connector for LPC11U37H USB interface|
|SWD interface (2x5 pos, 50 mil pitch) to LPC11U37H (built-in debug probe can be overridden by externally connected debugger)|
|Built-in LPC-Link 2 compatible debug proble, based on NXP LPC4300 MCU.|
|ISP-enable and WAKEUP push-buttons|
|Reset push-button and LED|
|Current consumption can be measured of all target side circuitry|