FDI has developed a family of embedded development support products for microcontrollers from NXP (founded by Philips) and other vendors.
Socket Adapter Board for USB-ICP-LPC9XX
The USB-ICP-SAB9 Socket Adapter Board extends the capability of our popular USB In-Circuit Programmer for NXP Semiconductors LPC9xx devices to allow the user to program and test these devices outside of their application circuit. The SAB9 includes support for most NXP LPC9xx devices in the following packages: TSSOP, HVSON10, HQVFN28, and DIP8 – DIP28.
The SAB9 can also be used for prototyping with difficult to mount parts such as the HVSON10 and HQVFN28. All signals from every socket (except PLC44) are brought out to two 14-pin, 100 mil headers. This enables the user to load any supported microcontroller into a socket and connect it to their application with a few jumper wires or to easily construct bread board prototypes and connect them directly to the SAB9 as daughter cards.
An additional feature of the SAB9 is support for the 5V P89V52xxA. Even though the P89V52xxA is a member of NXP’s standard 80C51 family, it is the first 80C51 variant that shares the same ICP programming interface as the LPC9xx.
- USB-ICP-SAB9 REQUIRES the USB In-Circuit Programmer for NXP LPC9xx (FDI P/N: USB-ICP-LPC9xx)
- Plugs directly into the USB-ICP-LPC9xx
- Program devices outside of the user's target board
- Program devices before prototype boards are available
- Prototype with fine pitch parts like HVSON10 & HQVFN28
- On-board LED for testing