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CAN controller added to development kit

September 14, 2010 | Phil Ling | 222901075
CAN controller added to development kit IAR's KickStart Kit for NXP LPC11C14 adds a controller area network (CAN) 2.0B-compliant controller complete with on-chip CANopen drivers to the LPC1100 family of Cortex-M0 based microcontrollers. Based on the previously announced IAR KickStart Kit for LPC1114, the new kit has a CAN interface on the evaluation board to support the features of the LPC11C14 device.

Many automotive applications have traditionally employed CAN but it is now also being selected for an increasing number of industrial and commercial products, where microcontroller-based systems need to interact together, says IAR Systems.

IAR KickStart Kit for LPC11C14 includes a LPC11C14-SK development board fitted with a LPC11C14 microcontroller, an IAR J-Link-Lite debug probe for ARM, an 8K KickStart edition of IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM Cortex-M0, and a 20-state evaluation edition of IAR visualSTATE.

The board also provides debug support through IAR J-Link-OB, a standard JTAG connector or a small SWD connector. The evaluation board can be powered via the IAR J-Link probe, or by an optional external power supply. In addition to the CAN interface it also provides some user configurable devices such as a small LCD, buttons and LEDs, analogue trim wheel, buzzer and a prototyping area.

IAR KickStart Kit for LPC is available now from any of IAR Systems distributors, your local IAR Systems sales office, or from the IAR Systems e-shop.

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