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As an innovation leader with its highly-integrated and cost-effective products, NXP® Semiconductors realizes that increased performance and functionality, along with lower pricing, is a must in every design. Now, embedded designers can take advantage of higher performance, lower power consumption, and a smaller footprint in applications that require flexible USB connectivity - all at a significantly lower price point with NXP's LPC313x microcontrollers, the industry's lowest cost ARM9 microcontrollers with high-speed (480 Mbps) USB 2.0 On-The-Go (OTG).
The NXP LPC3100 combines an 180 MHz ARM926EJ-S CPU core, high-speed USB 2.0 On-The-Go (OTG), up to 192 KB SRAM, NAND flash controller, flexible external bus interface, four channel 10-bit ADC, and a myriad of serial and parallel interfaces in a single chip targeted at consumer, industrial, medical, and communication markets.
With an extensive and enhanced feature set, the LPC313x ARM9 microcontrollers are ideal for a wide range of applications, including consumer applications such as advanced remote controls, language translators, A/V home devices, mobile and PC accessories, industrial applications such as industrial controls, factory and building automation, POS systems, bar code readers, e-Metering, security systems, Smart Cards with USB flash and power management systems, medical application such as portable diagnostics and pump and flow metering devices, automotive applications such as engine diagnostics, fleet management and in-dash audio, communications application such as I/O communication and network controllers, and instrumentation and testing applications.
The LPC314x series adds several new features over the LPC313x series including an AES decryption engine and secure One-Time-Programmable (OTP) memory. Running at 270 MHz, it also offers a 50 percent increase in speed over the LPC313x series.
The LPC315x series runs at 180 MHz and adds a stereo audio CODEC with class AB headphone amplifier, a Power Supply Unit (PSU), a low-power real-time clock, and a Li-ion battery charger.