LPCXpresso1769/CD

LOADING
  • Cortex-M3 @ 120 MHz
  • CMSIS-DAP compatible debug interface
  • Prototype friendly expansion connector
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The LPCXpresso1769 board with CMSIS-DAP containing NXP's ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller has been designed to make it as easy as possible to get started with Cortex-M3

Features

  • The debug interface is CMSIS-DAP compatible, meaning that it is supported by many development environments, including (but not limited to) MCUXpresso IDE, uVision from Keil/Arm, Embedded Workbench from IAR, etc.
  • The CMSIS-DAP debugger can be disabled with a jumper, allowing an external debugger to be connected (via a standard 10 pos Cortex debug connector)
  • The debug side can be removed in a simpler way than before (snap/break off), but note that it is not possible to connect the two parts again. After breaking off the debug side, we recommend using LPC-Link2 as the debug solution
  • The pcb is a 4-layer design with better grounding and power supply layout, making the board better suited for integration

 

Recommended Book

Embedded Artists recommends Richard Barry’s book Using the FreeRTOS Real Time Kernel – a Practical Guide, which includes sixteen examples written specifically for the LPC17xx Cortex M3. This is a concise, step by step, ‘hands on’ guide that describes both general multitasking concepts and FreeRTOS specifics. The book is purchased here.

CPU Details
CPUCortex-M3 @ 120 MHz
RAM64 KByte
Flash512 KByte internal flash
Multimedia
Graphics OutputNo
Hardware 2D/3D GraphicNo
Hardware VideoSW only
Graphics inputNo
AudioI2S
Connectivity
Ethernet10/100 Mbps
USB1x FS USB 2.0 OTG
Wi-FiNo
FlexIONo
Serial2x CAN, 2x SPI, 3x I2C, 4x UART
ADC / PWM8 ch (12-bit) / 6 ch
SDMCI
PCIe-
Serial ATA-
Physical
Temperature0 to 70°C
Size105 x 35 mm
Connector2x27 pin rows 100 mil
Other features
Embedded debug interface that is CMSIS-DAP compatible
Embedded debugger can be disabled to allow external debuggers to connect to the 10 pos Cortex debug connector
RGB-LED
ISP-enable push-button
Reset push-button
Product Classification and Status
Integration board; Volume
Flyers and specifications
LPCXpresso1769 schematic rev D
LPCXpresso1769 schematic rev D1
LPCXpresso1769 Measurements
LPCXpresso1769/CD 3D model
LPCXpresso1769/CD STEP model
Product notes / changes
Product Note: Problem with debugging
Software resources
FreeRTOS Demo and Docs for LPCXpresso1769