LPC1768 Pinout with labelled mbed Pins

As i'm planning to make my own pcb boards with a LPC1768 while still using the mbed-Compiler and the mbed library for programming (it makes life so much easier ;-)), i made a small LQFP-package-pinout-graphic for the LPC1768 with the mbed pins specially labelled. I did it mainly for my own purpose, but it may be of some value for other people here too.

For a better resolution you can also dowload it as a PDF-Version.

There is already a pin function description in a table format here with even more information on the different pin functions, but i just needed to have something rather simple, which would visually help me to place and layout the LPC1768 on a custom PCB.

Best regards
Neni


7 comments

01 Oct 2010

Very nice work :-)

Lerche

08 Oct 2010

Hi Nenad

I've added your notebook page under reference in cookbook.
Hope you don't mind.

Regards,
Lerche

08 Oct 2010

Hi Christian,

i don't mind at all, i'm glad if it can be helpful for others too.

Thanks and best regards
Nenad

02 May 2013

Bit late but thanks a lot, this is great!

02 Aug 2013

Great job, this will really help.

I'd like to see some of the other pin functions added such as I2S and others plus the color code so it's all in one place.

02 Aug 2013

user John Warren wrote:

Great job, this will really help.

I'd like to see some of the other pin functions added such as I2S and others plus the color code so it's all in one place.

Not colored, but you'll be able to find the pins.

 

Lerche

03 Sep 2013

Very helpful. The LPCXpresso "Getting Started" doc appears to have errors with matching peripherals to pins (e.g., UARTs are mixed up on p17/p18 and p27/p28). This sorts it out nicely alongside the datasheet. Thanks!

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