Images available include
- For compatibility with development tools that support the CMSIS-DAP protocol, such as Keil MDK, IAR Embedded Workbench and the LPCXpresso IDE
- J-Link by Segger
- For compatibility with development tools that support the J-Link protocol, such as IAR Embedded Workbench, Keil MDK, Rowley CrossWorks, Atollic TrueSTUDIO as well as GDB-based tool chains such as emIDE.
Target board requirements
Please see the FAQ : "Design Considerations for Debug" for details of how to ensure that your target board is debuggable using LPC-Link2
LabTool is a versatile and powerful addition to your lab bench! It is an add-on board to LPC-Link 2 creating a powerful development tool which provides:
- 11 channel logic analyzer (up to 100MHz)
- 2 channel oscilloscope (sampling at up to 80 MHz)
- 11 channel digital signal generator (up to 80 MHz)
- 2 channel analog signal generator (40kHz BW)
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Using LPC-Link2 as an evaluation board
LPC-Link2 can also be used as an evaluation board for the NXP LPC4370 MCU, a 204 MHz Cortex-M4 MCU with an 80 MHz ADC and two extra Cortex-M0 cores.
LPC-Link2 is designed to be booted from USB, making it very simple to re-purpose the board by simply power cycling it and downloading a new program into the board via USB, using the DFUSec tool ! If you don't want to use the USB boot capability to boot the board on each power cycle, a 1MB SPIFI FLASH is also available on the board for standalone operation.
Or if you have access to another debug probe - such as another LPC-Link2 - you can use the SWD/JTAG connector on the board to download and debug applications with an IDE such as Keil, IAR, or LPCXpresso.
There is more information on this in the FAQ "Using an LPC-Link2 as an LPC4370 evaluation board".
More information about LPC-Link2
For more information about the LPC-Link2 board including board features, available documentation, and where to order visit: