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LPCXpresso IDE Windows Installer

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Important Note

  • Following the discontinuation of support by Microsoft, Windows XP is no longer an officially supported platform. LPCXpresso IDE may continue to work on Windows XP but this can no longer be guaranteed. LPCXpresso IDE is no longer tested on Windows XP.

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LPCXpresso IDE Linux Installer

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LPCXpresso IDE Mac OS X Installer

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  • Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) is no longer an officially supported platform. LPCXpresso IDE may continue to work on Mac OS X 10.7, but this can no longer be guaranteed. LPCXpresso IDE is no longer tested on Mac OS X 10.7.

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Debugging LPC18xx/LPC43xx images built to run from internal RAM

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For LPCXpresso IDE v8.1 and later: this FAQ applies to all supported Debug Probes.

For earlier versions of LPCXpresso IDE: this does not apply if you are using the original LPC-Link or Red Probe+ debug probes.


If you are building and debugging images for LPC18xx or LPC43xx MCUs which will be download to and run from internal RAM, rather than from internal or external flash, then the default launch configuration created by the LPCXpresso IDE will need modifying before you can successfully start a debug session.

LPCXpresso V3 Boards

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Variants

BoardMCUOrder NumberExample code and driversDesign DocsNotes
LPCXpresso54114 LPC54114J256BD64 OM13089

LPCScrypt

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LPCScrypt Overview

Important Note : From v1.5 onwards, LPCScrypt is the recommenced tool for programming the latest versions of CMSIS-DAP and J-Link firmware onto LPC-Link2 or LPCXpresso V2/V3 boards.  Also see the FAQ:  LPC-Link2-Debugger-Firmware-Programming

LPCScrypt User Guide

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User Guide for LPCScrypt v1.7, a command-line based, fast flash and security programming tool for the LPC1800 and LPC4300 series of microcontrollers.

Also, Debug Probe Firmware Programming Guide - detailing how to use LPCScrypt to program debug probe firmware into LPC-Link2 and LPCXpresso V2/V3 boards.

Welcome NXP LPCXpresso Users!

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LPCXpresso Platform

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Download LPCXpresso installers and the getting started guide

Introduction

LPCXpresso is a low-cost development tool platform, available directly from NXP, that provides a quick way to develop advanced applications using NXP’s highly efficient and low-power LPC microcontrollers. It includes everything to take end users from evaluation to final production.

Zentri MMW001-A01 SD Wifi card schematic

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Schematic for Zentri MMW001-A01 IEEE802.11b/g/n module features Murata SN8000.

LPCXpresso4367/S67/18S37 Revision B schematic

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