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MCB2300 ULINK2

The Keil MCB2300 Evaluation Board works with the ULINK2 USB-JTAG Adapter. The following instructions show you how to connect and run an example program on this board.

ULINK2 Adapter Connected to MCB2300 To download and run an example project using ULINK2 with the Keil MCB2300 Board: 1. Connect the 20-pin ribbon connector from the ULINK2 Adapter to the JTAG port MCB2300 evaluation board. 2. Make sure that Jumper J13 - JTAG is ON. 3. Connect power to the board using a standard USB cable. Connect the other end of the USB cable to an unused USB connector on your PC. 4. Start µVision. 5. Select the BLINKY.UV2 example project from C:\KEIL\ARM\BOARDS\KEIL\MCB2300\BLINKY. 6. Click the Download button to download the program to the target board. 7. Click the Debug button to start the debugger. 8. Click the Run button to start the program running on the target board.

programs for the NXP LPC23xx device family. With this hands-on process, you can determine the hardware and software requirements for current and future product development. This board is available in two variants: the MCB2360 and the MCB2370. ƒ ƒ The MCB2360 is populated with the NXP LPC2368 microcontroller. The MCB2370 is populated with the NXP LPC2378 microcontroller. The supplied microcontroller is the only difference between these boards.

MCB2300 Evaluation Board allows you to generate and test application

An ARM Development Tools Overview. Dual Serial Ports Standard DB9 connectors are on the MCB2300 for both of the LPC2300's serial ports. All examples can be compiled and debugged using the Evaluation Version. ƒ Example programs for the MCB2300 Evaluation Board. ƒ The MCB2300 Evaluation Board User's Manual (this manual). Kit Contents The MCB2300 kit includes: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ The MCB2300 Evaluation Board. ƒ This manual uses MCB2300 as a generic term to refer to either the MCB2360 or MCB2370.MCB2370 Board The MCB2360 and MCB2370 boards contain all hardware components required in a singlechip LPC2300 system. Features The connectors on the MCB2300 evaluation board provide easy access to many of the onchip peripherals. Dual CAN Ports Standard DB9 connectors are on the MCB2300 board for applications requiring CAN ƒ ƒ . Your application may use either of these ports. ƒ Example Programs for the MCB2300 Evaluation Board are located in the folder KEIL\ARM\RV30\BOARDS\KEIL\MCB2300. A µVision IDE Quick Start Guide. ƒ USB 2.0 Full Speed Interface A USB interface connector on the MCB2300 board interfaces with the on-chip USB peripheral of the LPC2300 device. You may configure the board as a self-powered or a USB powered device. A CD-ROM that includes: ƒ An evaluation version of the RealView MDK-ARM Microntroller Development Kit.

no longer than 10ft/3m. LF Amplifier An LF Amplifier on the MCB2300 connects the D/A output of the LPC2300 device to a speaker. you need: ƒ A serial cable. A configuration jumper enables and disables this feature. Hardware Requirements To use the MCB2300 Evaluation Kit. Your application may use either or both of these ports. For fast PC communication. you need: ƒ ƒ A ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter. or they may be disabled with a configuration jumper. link. . Software Requirements You must install the following required software to use the MCB2300 Evaluation Board: Windows Operating System The Keil µVision tool chain runs in these Windows Operating Systems: ƒ ƒ Microsoft Windows 2000 Microsoft Windows XP Tools and Examples To compile. You may use this LF Amplifier to generate sound. allows flash programming. Analog Voltage Control for ADC Input An adjustable analog voltage source is on the MCB2300 board for testing the Analog to Digital output feature of the LPC2300. An IBM-compatible PC with either of the following: Two unused USB ports—one to supply power to the board and one for downloading and debugging. you need: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ The MCB2300 Evaluation Board. These programs are included in the MDK-ARM. use your PC's USB port. you must install these Keil products: ƒ ƒ RealView MDK-ARM Evaluation Tools.ƒ ƒ ƒ communications. coupled with the ULINK USB-JTAG adapter. wired one-to-one. To run the Keil debugger using JTAG emulation. DB-ARM and Keil ARM Evaluation Toolkits. The on-chip debug interface can perform real-time incircuit emulation of the LPC2300 device. and run applications on the MCB2300 Evaluation Board. To program the MCB2300 using the Flash Magic Utility. 9-pin male to 9-pin female. An unused RS-232 COM port for Flash In-System Programming (ISP) via the Serial Interface. Example programs written for the MCB2300. JTAG Download and Debug A JTAG interface is on the MCB2300 board and. Two USB cables.

See… Setup Connecting the MCB2300 Configuring the MCB2300 Writing Programs µVision User's Guide Schematics . Connect the MCB2300 via ULINK/JTAG to your PC. Review the MCB2300 schematics.Quick Start Use the following table to locate important information about the MCB2300 board and get started quickly. Configure the tool options for the MCB2300 board. Read about the default configuration settings. Learn more about the µVision IDE. To… Connect power to the MCB2300 board.