MANSFIELD, Texas -- Mouser Electronics, Inc. is now shipping the new NXP Semiconductor LPC11E37H and LPC11U37H 32-bit microcontrollers, running at 50MHz and based on the ARM Cortex-M0 core. These microcontrollers feature a new, innovative I/O Hander module which can emulate different peripherals such as a DMA, full-duplex UART, I²C, and I²S.
The new NXP 32-bit LPC11E37H and LPC11U37H microcontrollers (MCUs) available from Mouser Electronics are based on a 50MHz ARM Cortex-M0 core. The Cortex-M0 targets simple to moderately complex applications and is easy to learn with only 56 instructions. NXP has built upon this with the LPC11E37H/LPC11U37H by adding up to 128Kbytes of Flash memory and up to 12Kbytes of SRAM. 4KBytes of EEPROM are available for non-volatile data storage. The LPC11U37H includes everything on the LPC11E37H while also including a Full-Speed USB2.0 port. Both devices have 16Kbytes of boot ROM to assist in In-System Programming (ISP), as well as In-Application Programming (IAP) for updating code in the field.