The best designers know it takes new ideas to make things faster, more connected and more efficient. It begins with a strong foundation, built using the right hardware and software tools. With their unprecedented performance, optimized connectivity, and design support you can count on, NXP LPC microcontrollers provide that foundation. They simplify design-in while also sparking the imagination, letting developers push their designs, challenge their creativity and find fresh ways to stand out. It's time to discover what thousands of engineers already know: designing with NXP’s LPC microcontrollers makes all the difference.
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New and updated products
Design tools & Assets
- NXP LPC microcontrollers: Innovation at your fingertips (pdf) (2013-02-07)
- Low-power Cortex-M3 based microcontrollers simplify USB designs (pdf) (2012-04-13)
- Microcontrollers selection guide (pdf) (2013-02-07)
Training & events
Nobody gives you more options for ARM microcontrollers than NXP
With NXP's ARM® continuum you can select the performance you need - whether that's a simple microcontroller, a more advanced Digital Signal Controller (DSC), or a dedicated application processor. And with the broadest ARM portfolio in the industry, you will find the right blend of peripherals and memory options to fit your design.
Our award winning solutions cover the entire spectrum of embedded applications with Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, ARM7, and ARM9. And all our devices are built on an optimized ARM core to deliver higher performance, consume less power, and offer more peripherals. Designers can choose from the many tools available in the ARM ecosystem, or use a single, comprehensive toolchain to support all NXP microcontroller devices. Plus, our long-term strategic relationship with ARM gives us early access to next-generation IP, so you can be sure you’re working with the latest technologies.
NXP Microcontroller Longevity Statement
NXP Semiconductors offers a Product Longevity Program for many of our microcontroller products so as to provide supply stability to our customers. Life cycles for participating NXP products begin with the launch of the product series and will be available for a minimum period of 10 years. Product life cycles include NXP’s standard end-of-life notification policy.
NXP Semiconductors manufactures through our own factories, qualified outside foundries and other manufacturing resources. In the event that transfer of a longevity product to another facility becomes necessary, NXP Semiconductors will re-qualify the participating product.
For a full list of products included in this program visit the LPCzone Longevity Overview.
NXP Semiconductors offers the above longevity products under its General terms and conditions of commercial sale and reserves the right to provide longevity product substitution or successor version within a product series which do not adversely affect form, fit or function of the participating product.
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Are you looking for the right NXP LPC microcontroller for your project? Want to know the latest news on LPC microcontrollers? Check out LPCZone.
The LPCZone is NXP's online community dedicated to developers using LPC microcontrollers. The LPCZone contains the latest information from our microcontrollers team, including tools, design resources, training materials, events, marketing campaigns, and more. Visit LPCZone
Are you using an LPC microcontroller? Do you have a technical support question on an LPC microcontroller? Check out LPCware.com.
LPCWare.com is an online technical community website for NXP LPC devices. It's maintained and supported by software engineers, hardware designers, system developers, application developers, and other people that use and work with LPC devices. This website provides a repository of resources for all NXP LPC devices, such as design tips, FAQs, software files, application notes, schematics, documentation, and more. Visit LPCware.com