MCB2470 User's Guide
The Keil MDK-ARM Development Tools download includes several example
programs that are configured for the Keil MCB2470 Board.
Each example program is stored in a separate folder in
\KEIL\ARM\BOARDS\KEIL\MCB2470\ along with project files that
help you quickly build the project and run the program.
The following example programs are installed automatically:
This project sequentially toggles the LEDs and outputs the current
value of the A/D converter on the serial port. The on-board
potentiometer varies the A/D converter input which controls the how
fast the LEDs flash.
This project uses the RTX kernel to simulate the activation of the
four output stages of a step motor driver.
This project configures the MCB2470 Evaluation Board as a USB Human
Interface Device attached to your PC. A simple Windows program
controls the MCB2470 LEDs and detects pressing of the Push Buttons
This project configures the MCB2470 Evaluation Board as a USB Mass
Storage Device accessible from the PC. You may use this example
program to store and retrieve files on the MCB2470.
emWin from Segger Microcontroller is a LCD controller-independent
graphical user interface (GUI). It is shipped as "C" source code,
together with many example applications.
The following examples are included with and require the RL-ARM product in addition to
This project is an example of implementing the Flash File System on
an SD/MMC card allowing you to create, copy, read and delete files
on the card.
This project is an example of implementing an HTTP web server that
uses the Web Server CGI interface on the MCB2470 board. This
project allows access from the internet to open the board page,
accept instructions and run a small application, that blinks the
LEDs or displays a short message on the LCD.
This project shows you how to resolve an IP address of a Host from
the Host name, by sending a DNS request to a remote DNS
This project sends commands to a LEDSwitch Server connected on the
same LAN. The commands control LEDs on remote Server, showing how
they may be switched on or off.
This project shows you how to control embedded devices from C++
application using TCP/IP connection. It opens a UDP and TCP port
for listening, and then waits for commands coming from PC Client or
other client application.
This project is an SMTP Client example. It shows you how to send a
dynamic email to an email address.
This project is a Telnet Server example. It shows how to build a
simple IP-based command line interface.
This project is a TFTP Server example. It shows how to use a
Trivial File Transfer Protocol to send files to and receive files
from the MCB2470 evaluation board.
More example projects and programs are available
These projects and programs let you start programming other
features of the LPC24xx device, such as Interrupt-driven SIO, PWM,