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Arm 7 Development Board

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Arm 7 Development Board

ARM Seven Development Board


Our offered quality tested ARM Seven Development Board is a powerful platform which comes with a micro controller on-chip memory. These boards are ideal for developing embedded applications like high speed wireless communication, real time data monitoring and control, interactive control panels and USB based data logging. Manufactured from double sided PTC and PCB material, these boards provide extra strength to the connector joints for increased reliability. ARM Seven Development Board can support the operating supply voltage ranging from 7V to 14V and comes with a built-in reverse polarity protection.

Specifications of these ARM Seven Development Board are as follows:

  • Microcontroller: LPC2148 with 512K on chip memory
  • Crystal for LPC2148: 12Mhz
  • Crystal for RTC: 32.768KHz
  • 50 pin Berg header for external interfacing
  • Operating Supply: 9V to 12V DC/AC
  • 2.4GHz ZigBee (XBee) wireless module adaptor
  • 512 bytes of I2C external EEPROM
  • USB Type B Connector
  • SD / MMC card holder
  • 10pin(2X5) FRC JTAG connector for flashing and debugging
  • 50 Pin Expansion header
  • 2x16 Character Alphanumeric LCD
  • L293D 600mA Dual DC motor Driver
  • ULN2003 500mA driver
  • Dual RS232 UARTs for external communication
  • Real-Time Clock with Battery Holder
  • 2 Analog Potentiometers connected to ADC
  • TSOP1738 IR receiver
  • 4 USER Switches
  • 4 USER LEDs
  • Reset and Boot loader switches
  • 3V button cell for on chip RTC
  • ON/OFF switch
  • Buzzer
  • Schematics and Application examples in KEIL provided in the documentation CD

ARM7 Development Board


The ARM7 Development Board comes with NXP’s LPC2148 microcontroller. The microcontroller can be programmed through the serial port using the on-chip serial bootloader. The board features various interfaces available on-board like LEDs, Push Buttons, Analog Input, Dual-RS232 port, EEPROM, Power Amplifier, USB connector, Buzzer, Character LCD and dedicated connectors to plug-in a Temperature Sensor, Distance measurement sensor, Accelerometer and an XBEE wireless device. A JTAG connector is also provided to enable programming and debugging of the microcontroller. The board can be powered using an external power source like an adapter or can be powered using the USB port on the computer. The ARM7 Development board has been designed for optimal use of the peripherals on-chip and interfaces on-board to create a variety of applications.


  • An on-board NXP’s LPC2148 microcontroller with ARM7 architecture.
  • A power jack for an external power supply from 8 to 16V AC/DC.
  • Alternatively the board can be powered through the on-board USB connector.
  • A 16x2 Character LCD interface operating in 4-bit mode. A potentiometer to vary the contrast of Character LCD.
  • A 3.5mm audio jack to connect the D/A output of microcontroller to a speaker or headphones.
  • Standard JTAG connector to support programming/debugging of LPC2148 microcontroller.
  • An on-board crystal of 12MHz to clock the microcontroller to upto 60MHz with internal PLL.
  • A push button to hardware reset the MCU.
  • A push button used in combination with RESET button to enter ISP mode.
  • On-board buzzer with selectable input to generate various audio frequencies.
  • Two DB9 connectors to implement RS232 communication using the on-chip UART0 and UART1.
  • An on-board crystal of 32.768kHz and a battery backup for on-chip Real time Clock.
  • A socket to plug-in Digi’s 2.4GHz XBEE RF transceiver.
  • Four Push Buttons to provide digital input to selected GPIO pins of the microcontroller.
  • Eight on-board user programmable LEDs on selected GPIO pins with an option to disable them using a jumper.
  • A connector for 4x4 Keypad interface.
  • A connector to plug-in distance measurement sensors such as PING Ultrasonic Sensors.
  • An I2C based EEPROM.
  • The microcontroller can be programmed using the on-chip serial bootloader using the RS232-0 port.
  • A socket to plug-in SPI based 3-axis accelerometer.
  • Variable Analog Input using potentiometer using one of the three user selectable channels.
  • Socket for interfacing temperature sensor such as LM35.
  • On-board USB connector interfaced to on-chip USB peripheral of LPC2148 for USB based communication.
  • A Breakout for all the pins present on the microcontroller.
  • A Well-documented top and bottom side for easy hardware troubleshooting.