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    Embedded Artists' LPC11D14 QuickStart BoardLPC11D14 QuickStart Board lets you get up-and-running quickly with NXP's Cortex-M0 LPC11D14LPC11D14 microcontroller. This evaluation board offers many features that ease your learning curve and speed up your program development.


    The center of the board is the LPC11D14LPC11D14 from NXP. It is a MCU based on the ARM Cortex-M0 core. LPC11D14 has many power modes to save power consumption. The LPC11D14LPC11D14 is a dual-chip module consisting of a LPC11D14LPC11D14 single-chip microcontroller combined with a PCF8576DT/2,118PCF8576DT/2,118 Universal LCD driver in a low-cost 100-pin package. The LCD driver provides 40 segments and supports from one to four backplanes. Display overhead is minimized by an on-chip display RAM with auto-increment addressing. The LPC11D14LPC11D14 operates at CPU frequencies of up to 50 MHz. The MCU communicates with the LCD controller via I2C. All pins from the LCD controller are connected to the 14-segment LCD on the board.


    It is possible to measure the current consumption of the LPC11D14, both VDDIO and VDDCORE. Normally both jumpers in JP5/JP6 are inserted but if removed there are 5 ohm resistors that can be used for measuring the current consumption. 10mA current will give a 50mV voltage drop over a 5 ohm resistor. All pins of the LPC11D14LPC11D14 are directly accessible via JP1-JP4. These connection points are placed around the LPC11D14 chip on the board. The board also features a SWD interface for LPC11D14, i.e., debug interface. It is the new and smaller footprint standard ARM debug connector.


    Key Applications: Industrial, White goods, Human interface, Sensors, etc.

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    Technical Documents

    Learning Center
    User ManualNXP: LPC11U1x User manual
    Product BriefNXP: Errata sheet LPC11U1x
    Product BriefNXP: Low-cost Cortex-M0 USB solutions with Smart Card interface
    DatasheetNXP: LPC11U1x Data Sheet
    Application NoteNXP: UUencoding for UART ISP
    Application NoteNXP: AN11115 - USB Audio and USB CDC with FFT for LPC11U14
    Application NoteNXP: AN11121 - USB CCID class smart card reader using LPCXpresso LPC11U14
    Application NoteNXP: AN11208 - NXP LPC Cortex-M0 IEC60335 Class B library


    Design Elements
    Reference DesignNXP: LPC1343 vs. LPC11U1x
    Reference DesignNXP: Software for LPC11Uxx
    Reference DesignNXP: LPCXpresso11U14_usbhid
    Reference DesignNXP: LPCXpresso11U14_systick


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    Kit Features



    • NXP's LPC11D14 ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller in 100-pin LQFP package, with 8 KByte internal SRAM and 32 Kbyte internal FLASH.
    • 12.0000 MHz external crystal. The LPC11D14LPC11D14 runs at frequencies up to 50 MHz. With on-chip PLL the maximum frequency is 48MHz (PLL multiplies external crystal frequency by 4).
    • All LPC11D14 pins available on expansion connector (100 mil/2.54 mm pitch dual rows around processor).
    • UART-to-USB bridge interface to LPC11D14 UART
      • Mini-B USB connector
      • Proper ESD protection
      • Support for automatic UART ISP program download
    • Flexible powering, with on-board 800mA 3.3V voltage regulator
      • Can be powered from USB connector, JTAG connector (if supported by JTAG debugger interface) or an external +5V supply
    • LCD with 8 14-segment characters
    • 32 Kbit I2C E2PROM for storing non-volatile parameters
    • LM75 I2C temperature sensor
    • Trimming potentiometer on analog input.
    • 4 capacitive sensors.
    • Onboard reset generation and reset push-button.
    • Push-button for enabling Bootloader mode of the LPC11D14.
    • Push-button for enabling start logic of the LPC11D14.
    • Push-button for wakeup logic of the LPC11D14.
    • Possibility to measure current consumption for LPC11D14 core, I/O and LCD controller parts individually.
    • LED on pin PIO0_7.
    • SWD/JTAG connector
      • 2x5 pos, 50 mil/1.27 mm pitch, standard SWD/JTAG connector
      • Pad for older 2x10 pos, 100 mil/2.54 mm pitch JTAG connector
    • Compact size: 110 x 100 mm (W x H)
      • Four layer PCB design for best noise immunity



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