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NXP OM13026 DALI NGX Reference Board


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UM10553: DALI Getting Started Guide
AN11174: DALI slave using the LPC111x
AN11175: DALI master using LPC134x
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NXP OM13026 DALI NGX Reference Board allows designers to make a Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) network with ARM® 32-bit Cortex™-M0 microcontrollers. NXP OM13026 DALI Reference Board contains an isolated physical layer for the DALI bus with an LPC111x MCU for the DALI protocol handling, and many I/O functions to steer external lighting drivers for solid state or compact fluorescent lighting applications. Up to four PWM signals are available to independently drive different lighting units. Frequency and resolution of the signals is software programmable.


Features
  • Contains isolated physical layer for the DALI bus with a Cortex M0 LPC111x microcontroller for the DALI protocol handling, and many I/O functions to steer external lighting drivers for solid state or compact fluorescent lighting applications
  • Up to four PWM signals available to independently drive different lighting units
  • Frequency and resolution of the signals is software programmable
  • ON_OFF signal can be used independently from the PWM signals to switch a lighting driver into an OFF or ON state
  • I²C-bus pins can be used to externally connect other devices like EEPROM or a temperature sensor
  • Analog A/D input available via pin 8
  • I/O signal left open for the end user
Benefits
  • Reduced system complexity with high performance MCUs
  • High efficiency power conversion
  • Low power consumption from the MCU (for bus power devices)

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NXP OM13042 KNX Lighting Reference Design Board


NXP OM13042 KNX Lighting Reference Design Board

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Product Brief: KNX with Cortex-M0
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NXP OM13042 KNX Lighting Reference Design Board features the NXP LPC1227 Cortex™-M0 microcontroller and ON Semiconductor's NCN5120 transceiver and is suitable for use in KNX twisted pair networks. NXP OM13042 KNX Lighting Reference Design Board is designed to simplify design process with a ready-to-implement, energy-efficient KNX TP solution for applications such as lighting switches and control, HVA control, shutters, and occupancy detection. This KNX design board improves power efficiency, reduces development costs, and accelerates time to market for KNX applications on ARM Cortex-M0.


Features
  • Available with the NXP LPC1227 microcontroller and ON Semiconductor's NCN5120 transceiver, suitable for use in KNX twisted pair networks (KNX TP1-256)
  • Specifically designed to simplify design process with a ready-to-implement, energy-efficient KNX TP solution for applications such as lighting switches and control, HVA control, shutters and occupancy detection
  • Improves power efficiency, reduces development costs, accelerates time to market for KNX applications on ARM Cortex-M0
Benefits
  • Reduced time to market with professional KNX stack
  • Support for all the newly available cost optimized KNX transceivers
  • Perfect to realize bridges to other protocols (i.e. DALI) or to drive ballasts directly

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NXP OM13043 DMX512/RDM Reference Design Board


NXP OM13043 DMX512/RDM Reference Design Board


Additional Resources

UM10536: DMX512/RDM getting started guide
AN11153: DMX512/RDM slave using LPC111x
AN11154: DMX512/RDM master using LPC11U1x
More About LPC1100 MCUs
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NXP OM13043 DMX512/RDM kit includes a master board and slave board and helps designers create DMX512-based systems for both communication and power stages. This NXP reference design provides a basic set of commands, including Remote Device Management, that can be used as a starting point to develop next-generation DMX512 platforms. NXP OM13043 DMX512 evaluation system features an NXP LPC1100XL Cortex-M0 series microcontroller that is uniquely suited to handle the communication requirements for intelligent lighting projects using DMX. The DMX512 system also includes a master controller board with the LPC11U00, a highly flexible Cortex-M0 USB MCU.

Features
  • Lighting Board
    • Includes a master unit featuring the LPC11U14 microcontroller
      • LPC11U00 series delivers robust USB performance at a compelling price point
  • Controller side
    • LPC1100XL microcontroller (up to 50 MHz - 45 DMIPS) offers performance needed to integrate DMX message coding/decoding and PWM generation in a single chip
    • Industry-leading low active power consumption of 110 uA/MHz for bus-powered devices

  • Power stage
    • LED dimming using the PWM input of the NXP UBA3070 DC-to-DC LED driver with up to 98% efficiency
    • SSL4101 provides mains isolation for both the RGB LED power stage and the DMX wires
    • GreenChip TEA1721 buck converter supplies LPC1100XL with high efficiency; no-load power consumption levels <10mW

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