• Using LPC55S69 SDK Trustzone examples with MCUXpresso IDE v11.0.0

    This article discusses the use of SDK Trustzone example (Hello World) for the LPC55S69 MCU within MCUXpresso IDE.   The following are required to follow this blog post:   MCUXpresso IDE Version 11.0.x LPC...
  • MCUXpresso IDE v11.0.0 Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that MCUXpresso IDE v11.0.0 (build 2516) is now available.   This is a major new version of the IDE, and contains many new features and enhancements over the previous MCUXpresso IDE v10...
  • FreeRTOS with Preconfigured Example for NXP’s LPC55xx MCU

    Amazon Web Services has released a preconfigured FreeRTOS example for Armv8-M and the NXP LPCXpresso55S69 board. With the addition of board- and device-specific examples, it is even easier to start and use the Arm...
    Erich Styger
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  • TrustZone with ARMv8-M and the NXP LPC55S69-EVK

    The ARM TrustZone is an optional secu=rity feature for Cortex-M33 which shall improve the security for embedded applications running on microcontroller as the NXP LPC55S69 (dual-core M33) on the LPC55S69-EVK. NXP LPC...
    Erich Styger
    created by Erich Styger
  • First Steps with the LPC55S69-EVK: Dual-Core ARM Cortex-M33 with Trustzone

    This article covers the NXP LPC55S69-EVK board: a dual ARM Cortex-M33 running at 100 MHz with ARM TrustZone: LPC55S69 Microcontroller   The LPC55S69 is of special interest because it is one of the new ARM Cort...
    Erich Styger
    created by Erich Styger
  • LPC845-BRK Board Projects

    The LPC845-BRK is a great tiny sub-$6 breakout board featuring the LPC845M301JBD4 MCU: ARM Cortex-M0+ 30 MHz, 64 KByte FLASH, 16 KByte SRAM On-board CMSIS-DAP debug interface, works out-of-the-box with NXP MCUXpres...
    Erich Styger
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  • Unboxing the NXP LPC845-BRK Board

    I really love tiny and bread board friendly boards, especially if they are very affordable and can be use with Eclipse based tools. So I was excited to see the NXP LPC845-BRK board to be available at Mouser, so I ende...
    Erich Styger
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  • LPC55xx Multicore Applications with MCUXpresso IDE

    First Release v1.00 : 22nd February 2019   Please find attached a document detailing how to create, build and debug LPC55xx multicore applications using the LPC55S69-EVK LPCXpresso55S69 Development Board wi...
  • MCUXpresso IDE v10.3.1 Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that MCUXpresso IDE v10.3.1 (build 2233) is now available.   This is a maintenance release that builds upon the previous MCUXpresso IDE v10.3.0 release, and we recommend that all e...
  • New debug probe firmware & drivers for MAX boards

    You may be interested to know that we recently released a new set of debug firmware and Windows 7 drivers for our boards that feature the LPC11U3x MCU as a debug probe (so all the "MAX" boards). The new firmware can b...
    Brendon Slade
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  • LPCScrypt v2.1 is now available

    LPCScrypt v2.1 is now available. This release incorporates bug fixes and the latest versions of LPC-Link2 CMSIS-DAP firmware.   LPCScrypt is a command-line based, fast flash (internal and QSPI), EEPROM, OTP and ...
  • LPC845 Breakout board now in stock (sub $6!)

    We've been working on making the flagship member of the LPC800 series more accessible to more users than ever before, and are delighted to announce the LPC845 Breakout Board is now available from our distribution...
    Brendon Slade
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  • Controlling LPC845 Breakout Board LED brightness using SDK Drivers

    The new LPC845 breakout board has 3 onboard LEDs- Red, Green, and Blue. The brightness of these LEDs can be controlled using a PWM signal by changing the duty cycle values for each of them. As this board has an S...
    Disha Anil Patil
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  • Accelerometer controlled LED for LPC845 Breakout using SDK drivers

    I have built an application to interface an accelerometer with the new LPC845 Breakout board using the I2C SDK driver. The accelerometer acts as an I2C slave device to the LPC845 master device. Colors on the on-board ...
    Disha Anil Patil
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  • Light intensity measurement using the new LPC845 Breakout Board

    Using SDK drivers for LPC845 Breakout Board, this project measures the ambient light intensity by using LDR (Light Dependent Resistor). The voltage values from LDR are read through an ADC. The new LPC84...
    Disha Anil Patil
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  • MCUXpresso IDE v10.3.0 Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that MCUXpresso IDE v10.3.0 (build 2200) is now available.   This is a major new version of the IDE, and contains many new features and enhancements over the previous v10.2.1 and earli...
  • MCUXpresso IDE v10.2.1 Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that MCUXpresso IDE v10.2.1 (build 795) is now available.   This is a maintenance release that builds upon the previous MCUXpresso IDE v10.2.0 release, and we recommend that all e...
  • LPC546xx: Enable EEPROM clock in AHBCLKCTRL0 before IAP EEPROM write API

    The LPC546xx IAP EEPROM Write page API  does not enable the EEPROM clock for the write operation. This causes  EEPROM write operation to fail when using the IAP API.  This problem does not occur for IAP...
    SowmyanKousthubadharan
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  • LPC540xx OTP Programming Example

    Hi folks, Attached is a sample source code for OTP programming in NXP LPC54018 MCU. Brief about the example: The example programs 4 words of data each into OTP bank 1 and OTP bank 2. The example uses LPC54018 SDK...
    SowmyanKousthubadharan
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  • A perfect fit for power conscious designs that require high-performance capabilities

    If you are searching for a high-performance, power efficient, yet cost sensitive MCU for your designs, then here is the exciting news: NXP recently introduced the LPC51U68 MCU.   Power efficient solution for f...
    Omar Cruz
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