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Low cost and open LPC2148 development board launched

2017-11-26 23:35  
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NGX Technologies Bangalore, has launched a very low-cost and feature rich ARM7 evaluation/educational board. The product is named ‘BlueBoard-lpc2148’ and is based on the popular LPC214X series of ARM7 microcontrollers from NXP semiconductors. BlueBoard is an open-source initiative at realizing cost effective prototyping and solutions. Driven at present, by engineering and support from NGX Technologies, the board is provided with necessary interfaces for a quick realization of embedded solutions. Developed to evaluate the LPC214x series of processors, the board acts as a perfect platform to create and test your embedded applications. More details can be found at http://code.google.com/p/blueboard-lpc214x


The board is attractively priced atUSD 42

The board currently sports the following features:
NXP’s ARM7TDMI LPC2148 with 512 KB internal flash and 32 8K RAM
External Memory
256Kb I2C based E2PROM
Clock Crystals
? 12.0000 MHz crystal for MCU
? 32.768kHz RTC crystal
127 X 127 mm2
? Power supply: DC 6.5V with power LED
? On-board linear regulators generate 3.3V/500mA
and 5V/500mA from power supply
? USB connector (as alternate power source)
? Extension headers for all uC pins
? RS232 connector (2x)
? VGA connector
? PS2 connector
? JTAG connector
? SD/MMC card connector
? USB type-B connector with link-LED
? All peripheral configurable via jumper
Other Peripheral
? Audio power amplifier
? 2 line X 16 character LCD
? Backlight control for LCD
? Configurable for manual and automatic program download (ISP) via serial port
? RTC battery
? 8 controllable LEDs on SPI
NGX Technologies’ Blue Boards are delivered with software/sample applications demonstrating,
? Analog to Digital Converter.
? Code Protection.
? I2C.
? E2PROM Driver – Reading and writing to an i2c-e2prom
? SPI – Using SPI in polled master mode to drive 8x LEDs
? FIQ Handler.
? VGA .
? Timer.
? SoftTimer – Demonstrates multiple timers with callbacks
? Real-Time Clock.
? Watchdog.
? SD/MMC access
? PS2 – Code to demonstrate PS2 keyboard
? Audio – Code to demonstrate wav playback
? Buzzer- Code to demonstrate buzzer on external interrupt

More about BlueBoard features and validation procedure see in following video

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Great choice for a low price!

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