This is a demonstration-only design of a Point Of Sale (POS) system using the NXP LPC2214FBD144. Fiscal Cash Register (FCR) is a kind of POS machine which is popularized by governments, in particular, in China. A tax control function is added to the POS machine for revenue supervision. Considering the national standard and function expansion and complexity, an ARM MCU is used in the application market. The LPC2214 is the central control unit of the system. The system consists of an LCD, NAND flash, keypad, printer, RTC, IC card, etc. The FCR demonstration system is divided into two boards. The first is the NXP LPC22xx development board. On this board, general peripheral resources are integrated such as external flash and SRAM, keypad, ethernet, LCD, USB, CF card, and IDE. This can be considered as the motherboard used for the overall application. The FCR-specific resources such as NAND flash, UART, printer, and IC card are on the extended board. If more resources are needed, just replace the extended board. In the system, the LCD module is needed to display the operation and the keypad is used to send commands to the system. NAND flash is used to store the business data and the DOT Matrix printer is used to print the invoice. The IC card is used for security. The POS demo system demonstrates the functions which are important in a complete FCR system. The demo system can be used for software development and can help in reducing the development cycles and time to market.
Below are recommended microcontrollers for use in implementing this design to a system.
Point of sale
- Example Codehttp://www.lpcware.com/sites/default/files/example.code__3.zip
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