The LPC824 MAX 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+.
An LPCXpresso board consists of a target side (LPC824, in this case) and a build-in debug probe (mbed HDK), which is compatible with the free LPCXpresso IDE out-of-the-box, and with other toolchains via CMSIS-DAP.
The LPC824 has 8 kB SRAM, 32 kB Flash, 4 kB E2PROM, 3xUSART, 4xI2C, 2xSPI, 12xADC, etc.
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 MAX boards which build upon the original design, providing many new and exciting features.
The LPCOpen Platform allows users to quickly and easily utilize NXP's extensive array of microcontroller software libraries to create and develop multifunctional products. The platform uses common APIs that work equally across all microcontroller families and can be built with Keil, IAR, and LPCXpresso (Eclipse-based tool) tool chains.
Overview of LPCXpresso LPC824 MAX
LPC824 MAX LPCXpresso Board
NXP's Cortex-M0+ LPC824 microcontroller in HVQFN33 package
12.000 MHz crystal for CPU
55 x 78 mm
3.3V external powering,
5V external powering,
via debug interface (micro-B USB connector)
ArduinoTM connectors compatible with the 'Arduino UNO' R3 platform
All relevant LPC824 pins available on 'standard LPCXpresso/mbed' expansion connector (2x27 pin rows, 100 mil pitch, 900 mil between rows)
PMODTM compatible pads
SWD interface (2x5 pos, 50 mil pitch) to LPC824 (built-in debug probe can be overridden by externally connected debugger)
Built-in debug interface (mbed HDM with CMSIS-DAP)
ISP-enable and WAKEUP push-buttons
Reset push-button and LED
LPC824 current consumption can be measured
Documentation and Resources
The following resources are available for download.