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lpc1769-pin-usage [2019/01/29 10:35]
wolfmanjm [Pin list]
lpc1769-pin-usage [2020/04/19 12:18] (current)
wolfmanjm [Pin list]
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 || P2.10 || - || 51 || ISP button ​ || || || P2.10 || - || 51 || ISP button ​ || ||
 || P2.11 || - || 52 || **spare** ​ || used for pause/​kill/​back pin on glcd || || P2.11 || - || 52 || **spare** ​ || used for pause/​kill/​back pin on glcd ||
-|| P2.12 || - || 53 || kill button || ||+|| P2.12 || - || 53 || kill button || Hardwired in Bootloader as ISP button and in kill module as pause button ​||
 || P2.13 || - || 27 || epsilon_dir_pin ​ || spare on 3 and 4 driver || || P2.13 || - || 27 || epsilon_dir_pin ​ || spare on 3 and 4 driver ||
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 || P4.29 || - || Pad16 || epsilon_en_pin ​ || spare on 3 and 4 driver cannot be used in opendrain || || P4.29 || - || Pad16 || epsilon_en_pin ​ || spare on 3 and 4 driver cannot be used in opendrain ||
  
-**NOTE** The following pins are hardwired and would need to be changed in source code P0.2 P0.3 , P0.6-P0.9, P0.29, P0.30, P2.9, P2.10 The rest are configurable in config.+**NOTE** The following pins are hardwired and would need to be changed in source code P0.2 P0.3 , P0.6-P0.9, P0.29, P0.30, P2.9, P2.10, P2.12 The rest are configurable in config.  
 +Some pins are also setup as outputs and changed in the Bootloader and those are not configurable,​ these pins are... ​ P1.18, P1.19, P1.20, P1.21, P4.28, P2.4, P2.5, P2.6, P2.7 However once booted these can be reassigned if needed.
  
 P0.* and P2.* can be setup as interrupt enabled pins. P0.* and P2.* can be setup as interrupt enabled pins.