The connectors on the evaluation board provide easy access to many
of the LPC1850's on-chip peripherals.
A standard DB9 connector is on the board for the LPC1850's built-in
UART interface. This is a full duplex, serial port.
A standard DB9 connector for applications requiring CAN
USB 2.0 Full Speed and High Speed Ports
2 standard USB Type mini-B connectors: for USB Device, Host and OTG
100/10M Ethernet Port
A standard RJ45 connector on the MCB1800 board connects to an
on-board Ethernet transceiver for applications requiring Ethernet
LCD Display with Touch Screen
A detachable, 240x320 TFT, color LCD display with 4-wire, resistive
touch screen. You may use this graphic display device to show
real-time debug and program status messages.
Stereo CODEC and Amplifier
A low-power stereo CODEC with headphone, line-in, line-out and
microphone amplifiers. You may use this on-board device for audio
A low-power audio amplifier drives an on-board loudspeaker for
developing applications that require audio output.
A sensor for measuring ambient temperature is included.
A removable, lithium battery is included on the MCB1800 to maintain
power to the real-time clock when the board disconnects from the
main power supply.
Analog Voltage Control for ADC Input
An adjustable analog voltage source for testing the Analog to
Digital converter built into the LPC1850 device.
MicroSD Card Connector
A MicroSD Card connector for developing applications requiring
access to MicroSD Cards.
A 4-pin RFID header for connecting to external RFID devices via
The MCB1800 board includes:
- 16 MB External SDRAM
- 16 MB External NOR Flash
- 4 MB External SPI Flash
JTAG and Cortex/ETM Download and Debug
The MCB1800 board incorporates both a JTAG interface and a Cortex
Debug + ETM interface. When coupled with the ULINK2 USB-JTAG
adapter, the Serial Wire JTAG interface allows flash programming
and debugging. With the ULINKPro adapter, the Cortex
Debug/ETM interface allows flash programming and instruction trace