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The LPC1343 Starter Kit is a brand new, cost-effective but high-performance evaluation tool of the ARM Cortex-M3 based LPC13xx controller family from NXP, allowing you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture. The kit works at up to 72MHz, and integrates a NXP LPC1343 Evaluation Board and a smart USB JTAG Debugger which makes you don’t need to buy another JTAG Emulator for development. In addition, the plenty of software examples accompanied with the kit will be convenient for you to evaluate the functions of the NXP LPC1343 processor and ease your development.
Integrates a NXP LPC1343 Target Board and A smart JTAG Debugger for nxp lpc1300.
NXP LPC1343 ARM 32-bit Cortex™-M3 CPU, up to 72 MHz
LPC13xx ARM 32-bit Cortex-M3 CPU, 72 MHz maximum frequency
8 LED light tube, a power supply LED
A mini-type USB socket, just power supply
A BOOT button
A RESET button
SSP interface An RS232 connection socket (DB9) (support RS-485/EIA-485)
I2C interface connects to external EEPROM
10-bit ADC Module
A JTAG/SWD debug interface
Power Supply: USB powered
USB JTAG Debugger Features
Support LPC1300 Series currently (also support Cortex-M0 MCUs)
Support SW/JTAG debug and Download
Download speed up to 110KB/s
Flexible debugging socket, support 20/10/8 pins connector
Support Keil MDK and CooCox full series software
LPC1343 Target Board Software Resources
Use 16-bits timer to achieve LED1 blinky.
Use GPIO port to achieve input event interrupt. GPIO ports set as input event,single edge trigger, active high.
Configure PMU to put some of the peripheral in sleep mode.
SSP LOOPBACK mode test.
Configure the SysTick to generate a time base equal to 1 ms. According systick delay to achieve LED toggle.
Use 32-bits timer to achieve LED1 blinky delay.
Use UART to send and receive data through HyperTerminal.
WatchDog application example.
I2C EEPROM Read/write test
I2C Temperature sensor test
Applications for NXP LPC1300 MCU
NXP LPC1343 Starter Kit User Manual
NXP LPC1343 Starter Kit Schematic
NXP LPC1343 MCU Datasheet
The NXP LPC1300 series is based on the Cortex-M3 Rev2 core and is designed for embedded 16 and 32-bit applications. The new MCUs operate at 70MHz and consume about 200 μA per MHz.
LPC1300 Microcontrollers Features
ARM Cortex-M3 processor running at up to 70MHz
Up to 32KB flash, up to 8KB SRAM
USB 2.0 full-speed device controller with on-chip PHY (LPC134x)
8-channel 10-bit ADC
UART, SPI controller, I2C-bus interface
Up to 42 GPIO pins
4 timers plus programmable WDT with lockout feature
Integrated power management with deep-sleep modes
Integrated clock generation
The new LPC1311/13/42/43 microcontrollers feature up to 32kB of flash memory, 8kB of SRAM memory, low-cost USB, up to 42 general purpose I/O pins, and built-in Nested Vectored Interrupt Controller (NVIC). The LPC1300 enables in-system programming and in-application programming via on-chip bootloader software and offer a range of serial interfaces including high speed USB 2.0 with on-chip PHY, UART, SSP/SPI controller, and I2C-bus interface. For ease of use, USB Mass Storage and HID class drivers are included on-chip enabling USB communication to be set up in minutes. These drivers are incorporated in ROM, leaving 100% of the user Flash space for the application.
LPC1300 Selection Guide
More Info: The NXP LPC1300 series Microcontrollers
NAME / TYPE
NXP LPC1343 Starter Kit
Include a target board and a JTAG Debugger
DB9 to IDC10 Pins Cable
Connect the debug interface of lpc1343 target board to the COM interface of the PC
Mini USB Cable
USB-A(M) to Mini-B(M;5pins)
Including the user manual, datasheets, software, shematics, etc.
Total weight of each standard package (lb.): 1.0 lb.