LPC800 Four-Part Webinar Series!

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The LPC800 series is a 32-bit, Arm® Cortex®-M0+-based MCU portfolio offering a range of low-power, space efficient, low-pin-count options for basic microcontroller applications. Unique among low-end devices, the LPC800 series MCUs include differentiated product features, such as an NFC communication interface, programmable logical unit (PLU), mutual capacitive touch, switch matrix for flexible configuration, patent-approved SCTimer/PWM, and more – including a comprehensive enablement offering to help you get to market faster.

 

LPC80x 15 MHz|Arm Cortex-M0+|32-bit Microcontrollers (MCUs)|NXP 

 

LPC80x and LPC8N04 MCU Families

 

 

Please join us for this four-part webinar series. We’ll explore a few of the LPC800 series MCU families in more detail to help you with your next design.

 

(5/31) Part I: Thinking about migrating from 8-bit? Wait no longer - LPC80x MCUs are your 32-bit answer!

  • Learn more about the LPC80x MCU family, discover the features, target applications, tools, software and how to get started right away with your 32-bit design.

 

(6/07) Part II: Creative ways to leverage the LPC804 MCU’s integrated programmable logic feature

  • Continuing its history of innovation in MCUs, NXP introduces a programmable logic unit (PLU) to the LPC family for the first time with the LPC804 MCU. We'll show you how easy it is set up the PLU as we will explore several real-world examples of the challenges many face, but can be overcome with this unique feature.

 

(6/14) Part III: Get started fast with this comprehensive enablement offering for LPC800 MCUs

  • In May 2018, NXP expanded the MCUXpresso suite of software and tools to include full support for the LPC800 MCU family. Learn about the MCUXpresso IDE, configuration tools and SDK support that is now available for the most cost-effective and compelling family of Arm-based 8-bit replacement microcontrollers available.

 

(6/21) Part IV: Got NFC? LPC8N04 does - Learn how to leverage this unique feature in your next design?

  • Learn more about the LPC8N04 MCU, its features, and how to get started with NFC quickly by leveraging the available development

 

Register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4832642066773281794 

 

 

We will be uploading the presentations to this post, let us know if you have any question after the webinars.

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