IoT with NPC ARM Cortex-M4 processor
In our offer you’ll find interesting IoT module based on powerful, 180 MHz ARM Cortex-M4 LPC54018 microcontroller and Longsys GT1216 WiFi module with Qualcomm QCA4004 chipset. The module has built-in 16 MB NOR Flash memory, two connectors allowing you to attach the module to the OM40006 evaluation platform and additional connector for debug purposes. The module has dimensions 56 x 30 mm and is equipped with reset button and micro USB port. You can benefit from internal A/D and D/A converters, 10/100 Mbit Ethernet connectivity, SDIO interface as well as rich set of serial interfaces (including UART, SPI, I2C, I2S), GPIO and LCD controller.
i.MX-RT105 – huge possibilities in small form factor
Another interesting NXP product available in our offer is an IMXRT1050-EVKB evaluation board. The platform is based on really powerful application processor called MIMXRT1052DVL6B. The chip is build on ARM® Cortex®-M7 core and can run at up to 600 MHz clock frequency, therefore it’s perfectly suited for demanding, real-time applications. The processor uses 256 Mb of external SDRAM and 512 Mb of hyper flash memory. You can also use additional microSD slot for expanding user data and application memory space. On the board there is also an Ethernet port with RJ45 socket, ZIF connector for camera interface, as well as USB host and USB OTG connectors. Separate USB connector can be used for debug purposes. You can set various boot options using an on-board switch. The platform can be supplied by external, 5V power supply adaptor with DC plug. There are also: one 3,5 mm audio Jack and four switches (system reset, power circuitry reset, ON/OFF switch and user-programmable switch). If you want to expand your board using Arduino shields, you can use a slot compatible with this popular DIY ecosystem.
All-in-one embedded computer with LPC ARM MCU
If you are a fan of LPC microcontrollers family, you’ll probably be interested in OM13098 -a powerful, official evaluation platform from NXP. The board comprises built-in CMSIS-DAP / SEGGER® J-Link compatible debugger interface and is based on LPC54628 MCU (ARM Cortex-M4 running at 220 MHz). On the top side of the board there is a 272 x 400 px LCD display with touch panel installed. It also comprises Arduino shield-compatible expansion slots, full-size SD card slot, 10/100 Mb Ethernet port, as well as digital MEMS microphone (Knowles SPH0641LM4H), three user-programmable LEDs, a set of switches and reset button. Space for an operating system and target applications is ensured by 128 Mb Winbond Quad SPI Flash memory and 128 Mb SDRAM. There is also an audio stereo interface (input/output), built-in MEMS acceleration sensor (MMA8652FCR1) and a few additional expansion connectors located on the edges of the PCB. You can manually configure various hardware features using jumpers installed on the bottom side of the board. The manufacturer shares detailed documentation on its website. You can even benefit from ready-to-print STL files for making your own 3D-printed enclosure for the evaluation board.