A little circuit to try out the built-in I²C driver of the LPC810. Thanks to the Switch Matrix the I²C interface can be connected to the few available pins of the LPC800 Mini Kit board. The I²C driver is used in polling mode. > Read more
The new LPC810 from NXP is an ARM Cortex-M0+ based microcontroller in an 8-pin DIP package. It is also very cheap, although not as cheap as the NE555 in quantities (I quickly checked AVNET, the NE555 in a DIP8 package seems to cost about 10 dollar cents in volume). The NE555 needs a few external parts to work; the LPC810 has to be programmed, which of course adds to the production costs. > Read more
This page is a support page for the Elektor webinar on the LPC800 ARM Cortex-M0+ based MCU family (LPC810, LPC811, LPC812) from NXP diffused on April 18, 2013. Here you can find the software, the slides and the links to other resources.
Please note that slide nr 15 of the webinar recording is incorrect. The slides that you can download from here have been corrected. > Read more