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If Config Tools does not support LPC 8xx parts, and the LPC Initialization Tool does not (yet) recognize LPC845, how do I set up Pin I/O and SPI SSELn pins?

Question asked by Norman Jones on Oct 23, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 24, 2017 by Norman Jones

I have been using LPC824 (in both packages) and have found the LPC Initialization Tool useful both to produce the PinMux files, and to get a quick visualization of Pin Mapping. But moving up to the LPC845 I do not see a selection (yet) for this processor. And looking at Config Tools I do not see any LPC8xx parts supported. Are there plans for augmenting the LPC Initialization Tool to work for LPC845? And when?

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