- MCU: 16/32 bit LPC2106 with 128K Bytes Program Flash, 64K Bytes RAM, RTC, 2x UARTs, I2C, SPI, 2x 32bit TIMERS, 7x CCR, 6x PWM, WDT, 5V tolerant I/O, up to 60MHz operation.
- JTAG connector as per ARM's 2x10 pin layout, ARM-JTAG (Wiggler) compatible.
- Extension header for uC pins.
- 14.7456 Mhz crystal allow easy communication setup (4x PLL = 58,9824 Mhz CPU clock).
- RS232 interface circuit.
- Reset circuit.
- Reset button.
- Debug jumper for JTAG enable/disable.
- BSL jumper for bootloader enable/disable.
- RTCK pullup resistor.
- Push button with pullup.
- Status LED.
- Power plug-in jack.
- Single power supply: +5-9VAC/DC required.
- Two on board voltage regulators 1.8V and 3.3V with up to 800mA current.
- Power supply filtering capacitor.
- PCB: FR-4, 1.5 mm (0,062'), green soldermask, white silkscreen component print.
- Prototype PCB area with +3.3V and GND bus.
- Dimensions: 100x77 mm (3.9x3.05').
Four mounting holes.
- Native hardware support by eCOS the anonymous eCos CVS tree has this target inside 'p2106' eCos target . Here is the link to eCos 3.0 the anouncement . The instructions how to install eCos 3.0 on Linux and Windows
- BLINK LED at P0.7 - C source code (Rowley's CrossConnect), C source code (IAR EWARM) and compiled HEX code which can be programmed with Philips' Flash ISP utility
- Free RTOS port by Richard Barry for our LPC-P2106 board
- Free Forth interpreter by Frank Sergeant
- GCC sample codes provided by Jim Lynch for his tutorial
- Button-Led demo code
- RS232 UART demo code
- BLINK-LED with GCC+OpenOCD+ECLIPSE
- uIP1.0 demo code with LPC-P2106 and ENC28J60-H for CrossWorks written by Iain Derrington
- OpenOCD + Eclipse set of projects 1.00 includes make file written in flash for LPC-P2106. The complete list of projects included is here.