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LPC2000 and LH7 - Experience NXP's ARM7-based microcontroller families

The ARM7 devices are designed for use in real-time embedded applications requiring high performance and low power consumption in a cost-effective, 32-bit MCU. The NXP ARM7 microcontroller portfolio includes: LPC2100, LPC2200, LPC2300, LPC2400, LH7

Key features and benefits

  • Based on 1.8 V ARM7TDMI-S™ core (LH7 based on ARM720T™ core) with speeds up to 72 MHz and up to 512 kB on-chip Flash and 98 kB on-chip SRAM
  • Available high-performance dual AHB versions
  • Available with integrated LCD controllers
  • Ethernet, USB, CAN, I²C, I²S, UART, and SPI serial interface options
  • Low power consumption
  • Available with integrated LCD controllers and 10-bit ADC and DAC options
  • Tiny 7 mm x 7 mm LQFP package options

Key applications

  • Medical devices
  • Peripheral control: printers, scanners, POS
  • GPS, motors, security devices, servo loops
  • Network control

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Demo boards

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OM10045Keil LPC213x Evaluation BoardProductionOrder demo boards
OM11019IAR LPC2478 Evaluation BoardProduction


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