I have one LPC-Link2 board (with LPC4370 microcontroller). I found out that it can be used either as a target board or as a debbuger board for a separate target. But, would it be possible just to program flash on a single LPC-Link2 board just to run binary code (without debugging yet) without having to buy an additional LPC-Link2 board?
I tried to program flash with a .bin file (which was an example included with LPC-Scrypt) with LPC-Scrypt tool. That example worked properly on the board (the LED blinked). Later, I created and built a simple LPCXpresso C++ project, but I wasn't able to send it to flash with an appriopriate tool in the IDE. Then, I tried to send the generated .bin or .axf file to flash with LPCScrypt, but it appeared not to work properly on the board.
Do you want to program the application burning file to LPC4370 ? You can do that with FlashMagic in LPC4370 ISP mode.
FlashMagic download: Flash Magic - Welcome
Refer UM for the LPC4370 ISP mode setting.