What is LPCXpresso?

Introduction to LPCXpresso LPCXpresso is a low-cost microcontroller (MCU) development platform ecosystem from NXP, which provides an end-to-end solution enabling engineers to develop embedded applications from initial evaluation to final production.

Where can I find LPCXpresso IDE documentation?

2.1 Documentation and Help The LPCXpresso IDE is based on the Eclipse IDE framework, and many of the core features are described well in generic Eclipse documentation and in the help files to be found on the LPCXpresso IDE’s Help -> Help Contents menu.

Can LPCXpresso boards be connected to expansion boards?

The target portion of LPCXpresso boards can be connected to expansion boards to provide a variety of interfaces and I/O devices. The onboard debug probe can be used to debug other targets (all board types except MAX versions).

What are the Wizards available in The LPCXpresso IDE?

For most MCU families the LPCXpresso IDE provides wizards for two forms of project: LPCOpen and non-LPCOpen. For more details on LPCOpen, see Software drivers and examples [9] . For both kinds, the main wizards available are: C Project

LPCXpresso is a, low-cost development platfor m available from NXP. The software consists of an enhanced, Eclipse-based IDE, a GNU C compiler, linker, libraries, and an enhanced GDB debugger. The hardware consists of the LPCXpresso development board which has an LPC-Link debug interface and an NXP LPC ARM-based microcontroller target.

How do I Activate my LPCXpresso product?

3.3 Activation To activate your product from LPCXpresso, choose Help->Product activation->Create serial number and Activate Once the wizard is open, click “Copy to clipboard” to copy the LPCXpresso serial number into the clipboard.

How do I use the LPC-Link debugger with LPCXpresso?

The on-board LPC-Link debugger provides a high-speed USB to JTAG/SWD interface to the IDE and it can be connected to other debug targets such as a customer prototype. Users can also use the LPCXpresso IDE with the Red Probe JTAG adapter from Code Red Technologies. Supported LPC products and board part numbers on the LPCXpresso platform:

How to get familiar with The LPCXpresso IDE?

Getting familiar with the LPCXpresso IDE LPCXpresso IDE is based on the Eclipse IDE framework and many of the core features are described well in generic Eclipse documentation and in the help files found in the help menu of the product. Further documentation and pointers to useful documents are also available on the Code Red Technologies Wiki at