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The LPC1768 evaluation board is based on ARM Cortex-M3 processor from NXP, its operating frequency is up to 100MHz, with 512KB high-speed on-Chip Flash Memory and 64KB RAM, together with  Ethernet, USB, CAN, SD/MMC card interface, and UARTs.

100MHz Cortex-M3, 512KB Flash,64KB SRAM

The ARM Cortex-M3 processor is the industry-leading 32-bit processor for highly deterministic real-time applications, specifically developed to enable partners to develop high-performance low-cost platforms for a broad range of devices including microcontrollers, automotive body systems, industrial control systems and wireless networking and sensors.
The processor delivers outstanding computational performance and exceptional system response to events while meeting the challenges of low dynamic and static power constraints. The processor is highly configurable enabling a wide range of implementations from those requiring memory protection and powerful trace technology to cost sensitive devices requiring minimal area. In this section you will find our products based on Cortex M3 core.

LPC1768 Board Features.

USB Device and Host Connectivity Options.
Ethernet with DP83848 PHY MAC.
SDCard (Micro) Interface.
RS232 Interface for UART0 and UART3
Analog input via ADC0.5
Unused I/O pinouts.
OnBoard Reset and ISP Switches.
On Board Power Supply Circuit for +5V and +3.3V (USB or external Power Source input options)
On Board 12 MHz Clock
32.768 KHz Clock for RTC.
Option for a CMOS Battery.
Onboard 20 pin JTAG connector for debugging/programming applications.
On board TFT Connector for 3.2inch TFT-optional (with touch and without touch).
On Board Graphical LCD Connector.
LED for Power Supply, USB, Ethernet and Test LED.
Board Dimensions: 90.4 x 86.1 mm
The Board can also be used with other 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 and Support sections.

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. Check using CoFlash for more details.

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

USB Boot Loader:

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


This board can be used with majority of IDE and plugins that support CORTEX M3 LPC17xx family. A few IDE and plugin details are given below.

Keil uvision4 IDE (32K code limited version can be used.)
Rowley Crossworks (30 day evaluation version can be used.)
IAR workbench (32K code limited version could be used.)
CooCox CoIDE (Unlimited, open source)
GCC based open source tool chains

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