LPC-P1227 is a prototyping board featuring the NXP LPC1227 ARM Cortex-M0 processor and a Nokia 3310 LCD with 84×48 resolution. The board has a standard ARM 20-pin connector for SWD-compatible programmers, plus pads where you can install a 10-pin Cortex Debug Connector. The board also has a UEXT connector for plug-and-play addition of peripheral modules. The LPC1227 CPU operates at up to 45MHz and has 128kB Flash, 8kB SRAM, two UARTs, SPI, I2C, and a 10-bit ADC.
LPC1227 Prototype Board Features
- MCU: LPC1227 Cortex-M0
- RS232 port
- Nokia 3310 LCD (84 × 48 pixels)
- 12 MHz crystal resonator
- Power supply circuit
- Power LED
- Debug interface – SWD (Serial Wire Debug)
- UEXT connector (see below)
- Two user LEDs
- Three user buttons
- Reset button
- Prototype area
- FR-4, 1.5 mm, soldermask, component print
- Dimensions: 80 × 50mm (3.15 × 1.97")
Add-on UEXT Modules Available This board has a universal extension connector, UEXT, which allows you to add a peripheral module easily. The UEXT can provide I2C, RS232, SPI and power to the external device. Please see the UEXT Boards Category for a full list of modules that can plug into the UEXT port.
LPC1227 Prototype Board Resources
This board does not come with any documentation. However, the silkscreen on the back of the board explains how to configure the jumpers.
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