LPC812 Max Board

Product Code: 1324
by Embedded Artists
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£18.00 inc VAT
£15.00 ex VAT

The LPC812 MAX Board combines the features of the LPCXpresso, mbed, and Arduino environments. The board is designed in partnership with mbed and developed by Embedded Artists.

The board is an easy to use ARM Cortex-M0+ rapid prototyping board that bring together the best of three platforms:

  • LPCXpresso support - The LPCXpresso IDE support programming and debugging the board using the on-board CMSIS-DAP interface, no LPC-Link is needed. The LPCXpresso connector on the board is compatible with existing baseboards.
  • mbed support - When connected to a PC, the board will show up as a mass-storage device. Firmware images placed on it will be written to the LPC812 after a power cycle, same as today's mbed boards. The board will also show up as a CMSIS-DAP compatible device allowing users to develop and debug code using any compatible €off-line€ toolchain, such as the ARM-MDK. The mbed SDK has been ported to the board, and it is supported by the on-line compiler.
  • Arduino support - Arduino is a popular hobbyist platform, with a standardised set of expansion connectors. The Arduino connectors on the LPC812 MAX board are compatible with the Arduino Uno pin out for compatible shields.

If you're wondering how this works in practice you can see a review of the board here

  • Processor - NXP's Cortex-M0+ LPC812 microcontroller in TSSOP20 package
  • Flash Memory - 16 kB
  • Data Memory - 4 kB
  • Clock Crystal - 12.000 MHz crystal for CPU
  • Dimensions - 54 x 78 mm
  • Power - 3V3 or 5V external power or 5.0V from USB via mbed HDK debug interface
  • Connectors:
    • All relevant LPC812 pins available on LPCXpresso compatible expansion connector (2x27 pin rows, 100 mil pitch, 900 mil between rows)
    • Arduino compatible expansion connectors (Arduino shields can be mounted)
    • Serial Expansion Connector - a 14-pos connector with UART/I2C/SPI/GPIO pins
  • Other:
    • RGB-LED
    • User push-button
    • Supported by the LPCXpresso IDE environment
    • Complete on-board mbed HDK
    • USB drag-n-drop programming
    • CMSIS-DAP interface for Cortex debug interface
    • USB virtual serial port (functional after modifying soldered jumpers on the board)
    • Supported by the mbed SDK and online tools