BlueBoard-LPC214x

BlueBoard-LPC214x
₹2,250.00

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BlueBoard-LPC214x
Description

Details

BlueBoard is a cost effective prototyping and solutions using the versatile LPC214x series of microcontrollers. It is a ready-to-run development platform with code snippets to demonstrate applications for every feature supported on the board. The BlueBoard offers ubiquitous interfaces making it the best board available for the offered price.

The LPC2148 microcontroller has 512KB of internal flash and 32+8K RAM, can be clocked up to 60Mhz. LPC2148 features include USB 2.0 device, 2xUARTs, RTC, 2x10bit ADCs each ADC has multiple channels, 1xDAC, 6XPWM, 2xI2C, 1xSPI, 1XSSP, 2x32-bit TIMERS, FAST I/0 support and WDT. LPC2148 also supports In System Programming (ISP)

Following are the salient features of the board:

  • Dimensions: 127 X 127 mm2
  • Two layer PCB (FR-4 material)
  • Power: 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)
  • ISP and reset switch
  • 12.0000 MHz crystal for MCU,32Khz crystal for RTC
  • Extension headers for all microcontroller pins
  • RS232 connector (2x), VGA connector, PS2 connector, 20pin - JTAG connector, SD/MMC card connector, USB type-B connector with link-LED
  • All peripheral configurable via jumper
  • Audio power amplifier
  • 2 line X 16 character LCD
  • Backlight control for LCD
  • Configurable for manual and automatic program download (ISP) via serial port
  • Two layer PCB (FR-4 material)
  • 8 controllable LEDs on SPI

Kit Contents

  • BlueBoard-LPC214X
  • USB B-Type Cable

Schematics
User Manual
Blueboard LPC214x Getting Started Video

What tools to use?
Our products are in general not tied up to one particular tool. All the tools that support LPC2000 ARM7 series of micro controllers can be used, to name a few:

How to program the board?
There are various options:

Tutorials and Sample code

For any technical queries about our products you can post your query at http://forum.ngxtechnologies.com/