The TG-LPC11U35-501 Board from CQ Publishing is a easy to use ARM Cortex-M0 rapid prototyping board in a breadboard-friendly 40-pin DIL format.
Table of Contents
- NXP LPC11U35/501 MCU
- Low power ARM® Cortex™-M0 Core
- 50MHz, 8KB RAM, 64KB FLASH, 2KB E2PROM
- USB Device, 2xSPI, I2C, UART, 8xADC, GPIO
- Prototyping form-factor
- 40-pin 0.1" pitch DIP package
- 5V USB or 4.5-5.5V supply
- Built-in USB drag 'n' drop FLASH programmer
- Reset and Bootloader enable push-buttons
- Cortex debug interface connectors (10 pos ARM standard), for the device and target
- mbed.org Developer Website
- Lightweight Online Compiler
- High level C/C++ SDK
- Cookbook of published libraries and projects
TG-LPC11U35-501 board schematics
How to program the LPC11U35¶
The LPC11U35, like other NXP Chips includes an internal ISP bootloader, which allows you to program it using an USB connection. See prototype to hardware in the cookbook for more details about this. It can also be programmed using Serial Wire Debug (SWD), a protocol similar to JTAG, but using less pins, using software such as uVision4, or LPCXpresso's software. This is useful if you want to debug your applications on the chip, being able to add breakpoints, as well as stepping through individual lines of code in order to find a bug.
TG-LPC11U35-501 board is designed by Transistor Gijyutu of CQ Publishing and distributed by Marutsu Elec Co.,Ltd.
For more information, see TG-LPC11U35-501 Board product page
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16 Jun 2014
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