The LPC1768 LPCXpresso board with NXP's ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller has been designed to make it as easy as possible to get started with Cortex-M3. The LPCXpresso comprises a target board combined with a JTAG debugger. A free Eclipse-based IDE from Code Red is also included. The LPC1768 has 64 kB SRAM, 512 kB Flash, 4xUART, 3xI2C, SPI, 2xSSP, 2xCAN, PWM, USB 2.0 Device/Host/OTG, RTC, Ethernet, I2S, etc.
The LPC1768 LPCXpresso board with NXP's ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller is part of NXP's low-cost development toolchain for LPC families. It has been jointly developed by Embedded Artists, Code Red, and NXP. It is an end-to-end solution for creating applications all the way from evaluation through to production. Here are some of the highlights:
NXP's Cortex-M3 LPC1768 microcontroller in LQFP100 package.
Crystals 12.000 MHz crystal for CPU.
35 x 140 mm.
All LPC1768 pins available on expansion connector (2x27 pin rows, 100 mil pitch, 900 mil between rows).
The LPC17xx series of low-power, cost-effective Cortex-M3 microcontrollers feature advanced peripherals such as Ethernet, USB 2.0 Host/OTG/Device, and CAN 2.0B. Operating at speeds up to 120MHz, they have up to 512KB of flash memory, up to 64KB of SRAM, 12-bit A/D and 10-bit D/A converters as well as an internal RC oscillator.