Migrating from 8-bit to 32-bit MCUs with NXP LPC1200
NXP's LPC1200 Industrial Control microcontroller series features the ARM Cortex™-M0 core, the smallest 32-bit ARM processor core on the market, enabling new products to fit into smaller, lower power applications previously only practical with 8-bit/16-bit microcontrollers. The LPC1200 series extends NXP's LPC1100L family and is ideally suited for white goods and robust industrial applications. This webinar will discuss the advantages of switching from traditional 8-bit to a 32-bit NXP LPC1200 MCU, including the steps designers need to take to see the resulting benefits of reduced cost, lower power, enhanced performance, and faster time-to-market.
- How to break your 8-/16-bit habit with LPC1100L and LPC1200
- Key benefits of the NXP LPC1200 family of microcontrollers that enable the migration
- Migration challenges and how to address them
- Application Engineers, Distributor Sales Engineers, Design/Hardware Engineers, Product Quality Engineers, Test Engineers, System Architects, Engineering Management
- Engineering Students
Chris Guarneri, Field Applications Engineer, NXP Semiconductors
Chris Guarneri works as a Field Applications Engineer (FAE) with NXP, and is based in Minneapolis, MN. He started his career as an FAE at Philips Semiconductors in 2006. Prior to NXP, Chris spent over ten years as a design engineer in the industrial controls and sensors market. His background includes firmware, mixed-signal and communications design. Chris holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technologies (EET) from Mankato State University, and a Master of Science in Software Engineering from the University of St. Thomas.