LPC3250 OEM Board
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LPC3250 OEM Board

Embedded Artists' LPC3250 OEM Board is equipped with NXP's ARM926EJ-S based LPC3250 microcontroller suitable for applications that require high performance, high integration, and low power consumption. The LPC3250 OEM Board is using LPC3250 MCU rev A.

The board can be used in OEM applications, as well as for education purposes, experiment, and prototype projects. Use the LPC3250 Developer's Kit to get up-and-running quickly with the board.

The OEM Board is also perfect for running Linux with its large on-board RAM and Flash.


LPC3250 OEM Board

Processor NXP's ARM926EJ-S LPC3250 microcontroller in BGA package
External Flash 128 MB NAND FLASH (1Gbit)
Data Memory 64 MB DDR SDRAM + 256 KB internal
16-bit data bus to DDR SDRAM
Ethernet 100/10M Ethernet interface based on National DP83848 Ethernet PHY
Clock Crystals 13.000 MHz crystal for CPU
Dimensions 68 x 48 mm
Power 3.15V-3.3V powering
Connectors 200 pos expansion connector (as defined in SODIMM standard), 0.6mm pitch
Other • 256 Kbit I2C E2PROM for storing non-volatile parameters
• 5 LEDs
• Buffered 16-bit databus
Product Classification
and Status
Integration board; Mature


Documentation and Resources

The following resources are available for download either directly below or from our support site after registration of the LPC3250 OEM Board.


Product Change Note (PCN)


Sample Software Disclaimer

  • NXP's Common Driver Library (CDL) framework has been used to develop a number of sample applications for the LPC3250 OEM Board. The main IDE is Keil's MDK-ARM which is the only one being tested by Embedded Artists. NXP's CDL package also supports CodeSourcery GCC and IAR Embedded Workbench.
  • ADC - an example using interrupts to measure ADC channels 0, 1 and 2
  • Ethernet - A polled Ping application that illustrates the usage of the Ethernet interface
  • Kickstart - A simple bootloader stored in block 0 of the NAND flash loading an application stored in block 1 an onwards.
  • LCD - An application using NXP's SWIM library to draw some color bars on the QVGA LCD display
  • NAND Programmer - This application programs the NAND flash with the kickstart application in block 0 and a second application, for example, the S1L application in block 1 and onwards.
  • RTC An example using the Real-Time Clock to generate TICK events
  • S1L - A more complex bootloader that allows you to load applications from several sources such as the NAND flash, serial port or MMC/SD card.

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