LPC3000, LPC2900, and LH7A - Experience NXP's ARM9-based microcontrollers

NXP's ARM9-based MCUs are based on the ARM926 core (LPC3000), the ARM968 core (LPC2900), or the ARM922T core (LH7A).

The LPC3200 series is the only ARM9 microcontroller that provides a vector floating-point co-processor and integrated Ethernet, USB On-The-Go, as well as LCD controller. At 125MHz, the members of the LPC2900 series are the fastest ARM968 MCUs available.


Key features and benefits

  • NXP's most advanced microcontrollers
  • With speeds of up to 266 MHz, the NXP LPC3000 family supports Linux and WinCE and is ideal for a wide range of applications in consumer, medical, industrial, automotive and networking.
  • 32-bit ARM9 cores
  • Supported by a comprehensive set of software and hardware design tools, the LH7A family makes it easy to create everything from cost-conscious consumer systems to advanced systems with media-rich environments.
  • Speeds in excess of 200MHz
  • Code Read Protection mechanism to safeguard user code
  • 90nm technology
  • Up to 32 kB of zero wait-state Flash
  • Real-time clock with 32-kHz crystal and battery back-up pins
  • Up to 8 kB of SRAM

Key applications

  • Serial communications protocol converters
  • Handheld card readers
  • Distributor access and security control
  • ZigBee

Design tools & Assets

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Training & events

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LPC3000 / LH7A Family Pages

For further information on the LPC3000 family, please visit the LPC3000 Family page.

For further information on the LH7A family, please visit the LH7A Family page.

Comparison table

Compare NXP's ARM9-based products using the ARM9 selection guide.

Product list

Browse the LPC3000 and LH7A products via the ARM9 product list.

Literature

Helpful Links

Products

Demo boards

Board imageType numberDescriptionStatusQuick access
OM11029
OM11029
OM11029EA LPC3152 Evaluation BoardProductionOrder demo boards
OM11030
OM11030
OM11030Keil ULINK2-JTAG DebuggerProduction
OM11037
OM11037
OM11037EA LPC3141 Evaluation BoardProductionOrder demo boards
OM11045
OM11045
OM11045EA LPC3250 Evaluation BoardProductionOrder demo boards

Orientation

Are you new to NXP LPC microcontrollers? Wondering what the industry is saying about LPC microcontrollers? Check out LPCnow.com.

LPCnow is a curated site that brings together the latest development tips, design articles, application notes, and implementation ideas for LPC microcontrollers from NXP and third parties. We do the searching, so you don't have to. Visit LPCnow.com


Selection

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


Support

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


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