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PA3040


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I am so sorry to ask this question since this is not a exact forum for this

I have a LPC922F  MCU

I need to know what is the best IDE that I can use to  program this MCU

What is the best Programmer That I can use to program LPC922F

I have USBASP programmer SO can I use it to program LPC922F

Your advise is highly appreciated

Thanks in advanced


Budvar10

This seems to be completely odd MCU from discussed MCUs here on the forum. Even though there is ISP programming interface according the datasheet, it looks different from that on AVR. It will need deeper understanding. I have doubts about USBasp use for now.
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sterretje

It looks like it's based on the Intel MCS51 core. So an IDE for that would be a start.

You can also use a normal editor and a C/C++ compiler and/or an assembler.

I also think that Atmel had some 89 series microcontrollers; see if you can find something; maybe Atmel Studio?


No idea about the programmer; I suspect that there are a lot of variables at will determine what will work or not. I would say, start looking for a MCS51 programmer and check if it supports the specific chip.
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PA3040

I think LPC from NXP (Philips Semiconductors)

Is there any active forum to discuss LPC legacy product

Thanks in advised

Budvar10

Yes, it is from NXP. 
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Is there any active forum to discuss LPC legacy product
Even though I do not like such advice: Use Google! It is same what I would do. Sorry.
Arduino clone with ATmega1284P   http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=277260.0

sterretje

Yes, it is from NXP. Even though I do not like such advice: Use Google! It is same what I would do. Sorry.
I did google for OP ;) He can take it further from there.

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Have you been posting your question at different places on the web ;) Found a few extremely similar recent questions :) Which now makes it far more difficult to find the real answers.

Maybe try https://www.embeddedrelated.com/; more specific there is a LPC900 users discussion section.
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If you don't understand an example, don't use it.

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srnet

I am so sorry to ask this question since this is not a exact forum for this

I have a LPC922F  MCU

Is it an Arduino compatible\supported microcontroller ?
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