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
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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
- Medical devices
- Peripheral control: printers, scanners, POS
- GPS, motors, security devices, servo loops
- Network control
Design tools & Assets
- ARM7-based microcontrollers with LCD driver and USB 2.0; 60-MHz, 32-bit microcontroller with ARM7TDMI-S™ core LPC215x (pdf) (2007-08-01)
- ARM7-based MCUs with integrated LCD controller; NXP ARM7-based microcontroller with integrated LCD controller LH754xx and LH7952x (pdf) (2007-06-01)
- ARM7-based MCU with CAN, 10-bit ADC, and 64-KB Flash (pdf) (2007-03-01)
- ARM7-based MCUs for memory-intensive applications (pdf) (2007-03-01)
- ARM7-based MCUs with up to 256-KB Flash and external memory interface (pdf) (2007-03-01)
- ARM7 MCU with Ethernet, USB OTG, CAN, and optional LCD controller (pdf) (2007-03-01)
- ARM7-based MCUs with up to 256-KB Flash and 4x CAN (pdf) (2007-03-01)
- ARM7-based MCUs with 256-KB Flash, 10-bit ADC, and optional CAN (pdf) (2007-03-01)
- ARM7-based MCUs with 128-KB Flash and 10-bit ADC; NXP 60-MHz, 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S™ processors LPC211x (pdf) (2007-03-01)
- Quick, cost-effective development of brushed/brushless DC motor controllers; NXP Mini ARM7/LFPAK motion-control development kit (pdf) (2007-01-01)
- ARM7-based microcontrollers with Hi-Speed USB 2.0 and 1 MB Flash (pdf) (2006-09-01)
- Microcontrollers selection guide (pdf) (2013-02-07)
Training & events
|Type number||Description||Status||Quick access|
|LH7-series||LH7-series||All datasheets (zip)|
|LPC2100||LPC2100||All datasheets (zip)|
|LPC2200||LPC2200||All datasheets (zip)|
|LPC2300||LPC2300||All datasheets (zip)|
|LPC2400||LPC2400||All datasheets (zip)|
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