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LPC1768 HPLUS Ex

Item Code - M3-HPLUS-Ex
  • Architecture: Cortex M3
  • Free Sample Codes
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LPC1768 HPLUS Ex

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LPC176x HPLUS Ex Board has an onboard Cortex M3 core microcontroller (LPC1768). This board has connectivity options similar to that of HPLUS Board which include Micro SDCard, Ethernet, USB Host/Device, 3.2inch and 3.5inch TFT connectivity option, JTAG etc. Along with these features, the Ex Board has additional features of two RS232 interface plus a connectivity option for 128x64 Graphical LCD.

The display connectivity options are available for the following display units.

Graphical LCD Connectivity

  • Model: TM12864H6CCGWA-1
  • Type: Graphical LCD
  • Driver IC: ST7567S
  • Data Interface Parallel
  • Number of Pixels: 128 x 64

 

  • Model: TM12864A8CCWGWA
  • TypeL Graphical LCD
  • Driver IC: ST7565R
  • Data Interface Parallel
  • Number of Pixels: 128 x 64


3.2inch TFT Connectivity

  • Model: KWH032GM02-F05
  • Type: TFT
  • Driver IC: SPFD5408 / ILI9325
  • Interface : SPI.
  • Number of Pixels: 240 x 320
Note: 3.5inch TFT is currently not available.


Kit Deliverables:

  1. LPC1768 HPLUS Ex Board.
  2. USB Cable.
  3. CD Containing schematic, sample source codes, required software and reference documents.

Note: JTAG Programmer/Debugger is not the part of the package and needs to be purchased separately.

LPC176x HPLUS Ex Features

  1. USB Device and Host Connectivity Options.
  2. Ethernet with DP83848 PHY MAC.
  3. SDCard (Micro) Interface.
  4. RS232 Interface for UART0 and UART3
  5. Analog input via ADC0.5
  6. Unused I/O pinouts.
  7. OnBoard Reset and ISP Switches.
  8. On Board Power Supply Circuit for +5V and +3.3V (USB or external Power Source input options)
  9. On Board 12 MHz Clock
  10. 32.768 KHz Clock for RTC.
  11. Option for a CMOS Battery.
  12. Onboard 20 pin JTAG connector for debugging/programming applications.
  13. On board TFT Connector for 3.2inch TFT (with touch and without touch).
  14. On Board Graphical LCD Connector.
  15. LED for Power Supply, USB, Ethernet and Test LED.
  16. Board Dimensions: 90.4 x 86.1 mm
  17. Board Specifications:
        • Laminate: FR4
        • Board Thickness: 1.6mm
        • Finish: ENIG

Features of LPC1768

Best in class Cortex M3 Hardware.

  1. 100 MHz ARM Core with 64 KB of SRAM and 512 KB Flash.
  2. 8-channel general purpose DMA controller, 4 UARTs, 2 CAN channels, 2 SSP controllers, SPI interface, 3 I2C interfaces, 2-input plus 2-output I2S interface, 8-channel 12-bit ADC, 10-bit DAC, motor control PWM, Quadrature Encoder interface, 4 general purpose timers, 6-output general purpose PWM, ultra-low power RTC with separate battery supply, and up to 70 general purpose I/O pins.
 
JTAG Options for Debug/Programming:

Parallel Port JTAG (tested on Keil uvision4.53 IDERowley Crossworks)

CoiNel ARM USB JTAG (tested on Rowley CrossWorks)

CoiNel CoLinkEx (tested on Keil)

The Board can also be used with other compatible JTAG Debuggers.

The details on how to use the JTAG and its associated plugins are provided with the documents and also can be downloaded from Download section.


ISP Programming:

Programming can be done through the on chip boot loader using UART interface (UART0). You will have to use a TTL to RS232 Converter to do so since the pinout are TTL logic and PC uses RS232 logic. The tool used for programming is Flash Magic.


Programming Using CoFlash

The controller can be Programmed using CoFlash from CooCox. The binary file needs to loaded using this tool. You can download the tool in the download section.

To use CoFlash, you would need CoiNel ARM USB JTAG or CoiNel CoLinkEx.


USB Boot Loader

The Board can also be programmed via USB Secondary Bootloader. Check LPC1768 USB Boot Loader document for more details.


TOOLS:

Our products can be used with majority of IDE and plugins that support Cortex M3 family. A few IDE and plugin details are given below.

Plugins/Programmers:

H-JTAGCooCox ColinkFlash Magic have been tested.

Compatible debuggers like U-Link, J-Link etc can also be used.

 

PRODUCT ORDERING CODE: M3-HPLUS-Ex

DOCUMENTATION

MCU Related

Datasheet for LPC1768 (pdf, 823 KB)
 
User Manual of LPC1768 (pdf, 5059 KB)
 
Errata Sheet for LPC1768 (pdf, 142 KB)
 
Cortex M3 Technical Reference Document (pdf, 2.14 MB)
 
Application Notes on LPC1700 MCU (WinZip, 2.90 MB)


Product Related

User Manual LPC1768 HPlusEx Board (pdf, 1036 KB)
 
Schematic for LPC1768 HPlusEx Board (pdf, 85 KB)
 
User Manual on How to use USB Bootloader for LPC1768 (pdf, 417 KB)
 

Programming Related

HJTAG Installation and Configuration Guide (pdf, 804 KB)
 
Creating Project on Keil uVision (pdf, 3896 KB)
 
Installation Guide for Rowley Crossworks (pdf, 395 KB)
 
Creating project in Rowley Crossworks (pdf, 765 KB)
 
Configuration and Usage of Parallel Port JTAG with HJTAG plugin on Keil (pdf, 870 KB)
 
Using CoiNel CoLinkEx Debugger with CooCox CoLinkEx plugin on Keil MDK (pdf, 2053 KB)
 
Using CoiNel ARM USB JTAG with CooCox CoLink on Keil MDK (pdf, 667 KB)
 


SAMPLE SOURCE CODE

USB Bootloader Hex File for LPC1768 (WinZip, 9 KB)
 
Sample Source Code Bundle for LPC1768 HPlusEx Board (WinZip, 7394 KB)
 

DRIVERS

Driver needed for USB Device (Virtual COM Configuration) (WinZip, 2291 KB)


SOFTWARE TOOLS

Keil uVision IDE download link for 32 BIT ARM (32K limited version) (Weblink)
 
Rowley Crossworks download link (1 month evaluation version) (Weblink)
 
IAR Workbench download link (32K limited Version) (Weblink)
 
Flash Magic-Standalone Programmer (Weblink)
 
HJTAG Plugin download link (Weblink)
 
CooCox Plugin (Ver 1.4.2.1) tool for CoLinkEx with Keil MDK (Exe File, 676 KB)
 
CoLinkEx USB Driver (Ver 1.2.1) for CoLink Ex. Note: Connect Hardware while Installing (Exe File, 15.4 MB)
 
CooCox IDE Setup File (Exe File, 131 MB)
 
CoFlash (Ver 1.4.2.1) Standalone Programmer (Exe File, 1.8 MB)
   
Description of LPC1768 HPlus Ex Board    

CoiNel LPC1768 HPLUS EX Demo using Segger emWin Graphical Library