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Creating an MDK Project

To create a project in MDK V5, you must install the Device Family pack for the MCB54110. Once you have done this, you may create a new project.

Installing the LPC54000 Device Family Pack

If you have not already done so, install the LPC54000 Device Family Pack (DFP) using the Pack Installer. To do this:

  1. In uVision V5, click the Pack Installer icon.
  2. Under the Packs tab, make sure the Keil::LPC54000_DFP pack is installed and the Action button is labeled Up to date.

    If not, click the Install Action button to the right of the DFP to install them.
  3. Pack Installer: Select BSP/DFP.

Creating a New Project

Follow the steps below to create a new MDK project using the Keil Run-Time Environment (RTE) and to specify and organize your source (and debug) files that are a part of this project.

  1. Create a New Project File with the µVision menu command Project — New — µVision Project.
    Select a microcontroller from the Device Database®. The MCB54110 Board comes with the NXP LPC54114J256BD64, however, you may also use it to develop code for other LPC541xx device variants, since the LPC54114J256BD64 represents a superset of several other LPC54110 devices.
  2. When you select the LPC54114J256BD64 device for the MCB54110 board from the Device Database, because that device is supported by a Software Pack (as indicated by the colored icon) , the Manage Run-Time Environment dialog displays for the device you selected.
  3. Expand the Board support folder and select the MCB54110 board you will be using. Then:
    1. Expand the MCB54110 folder to display and select the components on the board you will be using in your application from the Variant column.
    2. Expand and select the components (File System, Graphics, Network, USB, etc.) you will be using in your application.
    3. Click the Resolve button to let µVision resolve as many required components based on your choices.
    4. In Validation Output, double-click any missing components to display them, then select them for your application, until all missing components have been resolved.
  4. Add your own Source Code to the project using the µVision editor (or any editor of your choice) by using one of the many ways to Add Source Files to Your Project.
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