ARM Core Processing Board accelerates development processes.

Press Release Summary:

Designed to extend basic features of NXP MCU, which has ARM-based core, LPCEB2000-A processor board delivers flexibility to drive demanding applications. It is based on 16-/32-bit ARM7TDMI-S MCU operating at up to 60 MHz and can be mounted directly on top of expansion board to form complete hardware system. Processor board accommodates embedded peripherals and has extensible pin-headers on edge. Features include on-chip battery, power status indicator LED, and 10 MHz crystal for CPU.

Original Press Release:

A Core ARM Processing Board Announced by GAO

Toronto, Canada - GAO Tek Inc.'s ( new version of its ARM Development Kit (LPCEB2000-A) processing board is designed to extend the basic features of its NXP microcontroller, which has an ARM-based core. It is intended to drive the most demanding applications with tremendous flexibility and can be mounted directly on top of an expansion board to form a complete hardware system.

GAO's ARM LPCEB2000-A processor board is based on a 16/32-bit ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller operating at up to 60MHz frequency band. The processor board provides for advanced embedded peripherals and has extensible pin-headers on the edge. It features on-chip battery and power status indicator LED as well as a 10MHz crystal for CPU. In addition, it enables the speed up of the development process.

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About GAO Tek Inc.

GAO Tek Inc. is a leading provider of test and measurement equipment, embedded development tools, telecommunication testers, electronic measurement instruments, video surveillance, alarm and other electronic products that serve the needs of electronic professionals internationally.

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