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Jan Waclawek
11/15/12 00:53
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Bratislava
Slovakia


 
#188820 - no continuity
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
While they proclaim 8-bit replacement, yet the LPC11xx and LPC8xx are *not* pin compatible with the LPC9xx/LPC7xx. This is in spite of the fact that the new LPC8xx's interconnect matrix allows to assign IO pins to the individual peripheral functions [almost] completely freely.

So much about how NXP cares about their loyal customers.

JW


List of 37 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
NXP stated aim, "to make 8-bit architectures obsolete"      Andy Neil      11/14/12 08:13      
   Available in DIP!      Andy Neil      11/14/12 09:00      
      no continuity      Jan Waclawek      11/15/12 00:53      
         It gets worse.      Jim Granville      11/15/12 02:09      
            We need a small package      Andy Neil      11/15/12 06:59      
               Not small enough      Jim Granville      11/15/12 17:26      
                  Funny, that!      Andy Neil      11/16/12 02:37      
                     Nice size, shame about price      Jim Granville      11/16/12 11:52      
            Poor NXP, XMC1000 series announced      Jim Granville      01/18/13 20:42      
   No 5V option      Oliver Sedlacek      11/15/12 04:01      
      just curious      Erik Malund      11/15/12 07:26      
         Because it is useful.      Jan Waclawek      11/15/12 07:46      
         RE: why the 5V fascination?        Andy Neil      11/15/12 07:59      
            well, you will have to redesign anyhow.      Erik Malund      11/15/12 11:40      
         Power MOSFET drive and 5V ADC        Jim Granville      11/15/12 15:24      
         5V can be surprisingly useful      Oliver Sedlacek      11/16/12 01:28      
            Most Automotive parts DO use 5V      Jim Granville      11/16/12 16:00      
            why?      Erik Malund      11/16/12 17:10      
               Close, but no Cigar...      Jim Granville      11/17/12 14:50      
                  MOSFET driver      Andy Peters      12/13/12 10:10      
                     Silabs 6V ports for Class D audio      Jim Granville      12/13/12 12:46      
                     which means they were thinking about logic-level MOSFET driv      Andy Neil      12/14/12 00:54      
                        I was looking for something like this      Mahmood Elnasser      12/14/12 06:49      
                           isn't it a pity ..      Andy Peters      12/14/12 10:34      
                              this      Mahmood Elnasser      12/14/12 11:39      
                                 but that is ~15 bucks :)      Erik Malund      12/14/12 12:36      
                                    for one off      Mahmood Elnasser      12/14/12 13:04      
                                       four bucks!        Andy Peters      12/18/12 14:20      
                                 Not 8051      Oliver Sedlacek      12/17/12 04:59      
                                    HUH?      Erik Malund      12/17/12 08:49      
                                       What??? Which SiLabs clocks at >168E6?      Richard Erlacher      12/18/12 00:34      
                                          he means higher than 80Mhz      Mahmood Elnasser      12/18/12 00:54      
                           just wait      Erik Malund      12/14/12 12:42      
                        MOSFET drive      Andy Peters      12/14/12 10:33      
               More than 5V tolerant inputs      Oliver Sedlacek      11/19/12 04:11      
   yeah and your problem is?      Jez Smith      01/19/13 11:38      
   You ask me Andy      Jez Smith      01/19/13 11:39      

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