Mouser Electronics delivers NXP LPC800 LPCXpresso board

Date
12/11/2012

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For use with NXP LPC800 32-Bit Cortex-M0+ MCUs

Mouser Electronics is stocking and shipping the NXP Semiconductors' LPC800 LPCXpresso Board, based on the new 32-bit LPC800 microcontroller family designed for the 8-bit microcontroller market. NXP LPCXpresso, the full-featured IDE-based software development tool, supports the complete product design cycle for the LPC800, easing the transition to 32-bit architectures. Based on an ultra-low-power 30-MHz ARM Cortex-M0+ processor, LPC800 MCUs are designed specifically for the 8-bit world and offer deterministic, real-time performance. Featuring easy-to-use, innovative peripherals such as a flexible switch matrix and a state configurable timer, the LPC800 introduces a new level of flexibility without adding complexity. "Mouser is excited to introduce this much-anticipated new development tool to our customers across the globe," said Mike Scott, Mouser Vice President of Semiconductors. "NXP has earned a strong reputation as an innovator for developing their LPC-families of ARM-based microcontrollers, as well as mixed signal, and [standard products], targeting a wide range of markets and applications. The embedded design engineers have been eagerly awaiting this new board." "To the 8-bit embedded developers who have not been ready to switch to a 32-bit microcontroller, we say look again. Our new LPCXpresso development board for the LPC800 will help 8-bit developers make the switch to 32-bit," stated Jim Trent, NXP Vice President and General Manager of the Microcontroller Business Line. "We're pleased to partner with Mouser in bringing this latest LPCXpresso development board to market, and putting the LPC800 and the Cortex-M0+ processor into the hands of the embedded community. Mouser's global reach, its focus on rapid introduction of the newest products and technologies, as well as the depth and breadth of resources available on its website underscore its commitment to serving the needs of design engineers." Mouser NXP

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