NXP LPC1114 (32K/4K/48MHz) mBed-capable Breakout BoardDesigned by AWCE, Ships from United States of America
It is easy to get comfortable with 8 bit microcontrollers. But there's a whole world of larger faster controllers out there. But what if you don't want to surface mount funny packages or use some c...Read More…
It is easy to get comfortable with 8 bit microcontrollers. But there's a whole world of larger faster controllers out there. But what if you don't want to surface mount funny packages or use some complex development board? Why can't you have a normal DIP part on a breadboard? Now you can. The NXP LPC1114 is a 28 pin DIP that contains an ARM Cortex M0 device that runs (by default) at 48MHz. You get 32K of flash memory, 4K of RAM, and plenty of I/O peripheral choices.
The chip contains a bootloader, and you can use the free (and excellent) online mBed environment (or any ARM toolchain that you like). All you need is a USB port.
The board is very flexible, too. You can select from a variety of power and communication options. There's also two spare 8 pin DIP footprints for prototyping. Perfect for an op amp, a EEPROM, a Bluetooth module, or a can oscillator. Of course, since it is a kit, you can put the header in to plug into a breadboard (as shown; breadboard not included). Or you can wire it into your circuit of choice directly.
Here's what you get:
This is an easy kit to solder with all through hole components.
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