NXP LPC800-MAX

LPC800-MAX from NXP is an mbed enabled platform which combines the advantages of the mbed ecosystem and Arduino form factor.

Features

  • Stardard Arduino Outline and Footprint
    • a large number of component shields available
  • Standard mbed DIP pads (optionally populated)
    • drop into existing designs and application boards
    • 40-pin 0.1" pitch DIP package, 54x26mm
  • mbed HDK & SDK enabled
    • Drag-n-drop programming
    • USB Serial Port
    • CMSIS-DAP
    • online development tools
    • easy to use C/C++ SDK
    • lots of published libraries, projects
  • NXP LPC812 MCU
    • Low power ARM Cortex-M0+ Core
    • 30MHz, 16KB Flash, 4KB RAM
    • 3xUSART, 2xSPI, 1xComparator, 1xI2C

Firmware Update

The latest Arm Mbed DAPLink interface firmware is available at (click the image):

DAPLink firmware

To check your firmware version and built date, open the MBED.HTM or DETAILS.TXT of your MBED disk in a text editor.

To update the firmware,

  • Hold the reset button and power on it
  • A CRP DISABLD disk will show
    • On Windows, replace firmware.bin with the above firmware
    • On Linux/Mac, use command: dd if={new_firmware.bin} of={firmware.bin} conv=notrunc

See Also

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Using LPC800-MAX for external programer 0 28 Aug 2014 by Jose Antonio Orcajo

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