ARM7 LPC2148 FULL DEVELOPMENT KIT
LPC 2148 Specification:
NXP LPC 2148 with 12 MHz Crystal Oscillator (With Boot loader Software)
High Performance 32-
512 KB Programmable Flash Memory provides minimum of 10,000 erase/write cycles and 10 years of data-
32 KB + 8 KB Data Memory (SRAM)
Provides 8KB of on-
USB 2.0 Full-
Single Flash sector or full chip erase in 400 ms and programming of 256 bytes in 1 ms.
Four Capture and four Compare channels.
PWM unit with six output pins.
Low power Real-
Multiple serial interfaces including two UARTs, two Fast I2C (400 kbit/s), SPI™ and SSP with buffering and variable data length capabilities.
Vectored interrupt controller with configurable priorities and vector addresses.
60 MHz maximum CPU clock available from programmable on-
Power saving modes include Idle and Power-
Individual enable/disable of peripheral functions.
Single power supply chip with Power-
CPU Operating Voltage range of 3.0 V to 3.6 V
The all New LPC2148 Development Board can be used to evaluate and demonstrate the capabilities of NXP LPC2148 microcontrollers.
All I/O pins are broken out on Male Berg strips to enable easy connection with sensors.
Onboard Mini Bread board is provided for training and development purposes.
Onboard 2mm pitch Female sockets on bottom side to insert Xbee module ,easy to interface and experiment them .
All I/O pins and Power pins (5V & 3V3) are made available at header pins to ease the wiring .
The development board can be programed by ISP Programmer or separate JTAG programmer/ debugger.
20 pin FRC male connector is provided to connect JTAG programmer.
In ISP Programming mode, user can select the desired interface (Either USB or RS232) using the onboard jumper selection.
Jumpers are provided to select Automatic or Manual ISP Programming mode.
Onboard peripheral interfaces are buzzer, Analog Temp sensor (LM35) , Analog CERMET POT,LDR , 16X2 LCD, RS232, USB, Voltage Level Converter and connectors for xbee, SERVO Motor, UART0, UART1, JTAG etc.
TUTORIAL BLOG LINK
VIDEO TUTORIAL BLINK LED
VIDEO TUTORIAL LCD INTERFACING