Lincoln 60

Overview

The Micromint Lincoln 60 is a single board computer designed for embedded control applications that require real-time performance, networking, extensive I/O low power consumption and a low cost. It delivers 32-bit performance and features at a cost equivalent to legacy 8- and 16-bit controllers. Powered by a NXP LPC1769 ARM Cortex-M3 core capable of 120 MHz, the Lincoln 60 can fulfill demanding requirements in monitoring, instrumentation, data acquisition, process control and many other applications.

Code examples are ready to run with both IAR or GNU compilers to help you quickly get productive. You can use popular IDEs such as IAR EWARM, CodeBlocks, or Eclipse, or even standard Makefiles. Applications can run standalone with no operating system or can use a compact real time operating system such as NuttX or FreeRTOS.

Optional features include a USB debug interface to speed up application development and debugging and an I/O plus option with CAN, RS485, battery backed up RTC, 4 channel 12-bit DAC and buzzer. Prototyping boards, enclosures and cables from other Micromint picoITX boards can be used with the Lincoln 60.

Features

 120 MHz LPC1769 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-M3
 512 KB Flash/64 KB SRAM
 MicroSD Socket
 High speed (12 Mbps) USB Host or Device Port
 I2C, SSI (SPI) Ports
 Dual RS232 Serial Ports
 4 general purpose timers, 1 watchdog timer
  8-ch. 12-bit ADC, 1-ch 10-bit DAC
 Up to 63 - 5V toler ant GPIOs (34 on Lincoln 60E)
 10/100 Ethernet (Lincoln 60E)
 picoITX form factor
   100mm x 72mm (3.94" x 2.83")

Options

 USB debug interface
 Serial port adapter cable - $4.00
   • 10-pin header to DB9, available w/female (DB9F)
      or male (DB9M) connector
 5V Power supply - $9.95
 I/O plus option
   • CAN
   • RS485
   • Battery backed up RTC
   • 4 channel 12-bit DAC
   • Buzzer

 
Electrum 100

Base Lincoln 60E

 

Signal Processing

iPhone App

The high performance of the Lincoln 60 allows integration of control and signal processing functions at a low cost. Digital filters, FFT and PID algorithms can be implemented without dedicated DSP hardware.

Data Aquisition

With its Micro-SD and USB interfaces, the Lincoln 60 provides large removable storage to data loggers, sensor monitors, alarm systems and many other applications that rely on data acquisition.

Networking

The Ethernet and USB interfaces allow Lincoln 60 applications to be remotely monitored and controlled over a local network or the Internet, with web and command line interfaces. Examples include standard HTTP, SNMP, TELNET and TFTP protocols.

Documentation

Lincoln 60 Documentation (Wiki)

Lincoln 60 Support Forum

Embedded ARM Development using the Eclipse IDE

Lincoln 60 Schematics

Prototyping

The Prototyping Board 50 (PRO050) prototyping board for the Lincoln 60 is available.

 

 

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