MODEL BASED DESIGN TOOLBOX FOR PANTHER (MPC574xP) Family of Processors 2.0
Model Based Design Toolbox for MATLAB/Simulink supporting Panther (MPC57xP) version 2.0 is now available.
The product is FREE OF CHARGE and it is available for public.
Model Based Design Toolbox
Release Highlights – Model Based Design Toolbox for Panther (MPC574xP)
- Support for new Panther XDEVKIT-MPC5744P board (ARDUINO style) which works with the new chassis XDEVKIT-MOTORGD for motor control applications.
- Incorporation of latest Automotive Math and Motor Control Library release 1.1.7.
- Support for latest MATLAB versions including 64 bits (2015/2016 a/b)
- New DMA blocks, allowing ADC sampled data to be transferred to memory without CPU intervention through DMA module.
- New LINFlexD blocks for serial communication support now allowing data send/receive operations through UART.
- New Memory Read/Write blocks are added and they can now be used to read/write any memory zone.
- New Custom Initialization block is added and it can be used to extend the configuration of any module outside the default setup prior to the model first step.
- Support for S32 Design Studio for Power Compiler v1.1 in addition to new compilers versions Wind River DIAB v220.127.116.11 and Green Hills MULTI for PowerPC v2015.1
- New Advanced Motor Control blocks, were added and now new functions like Track Observer or Back EMF Observer are provided as Simulink Blocks.
- Aligned ADC clock frequency from 20MHz to 80MHz (max speed).
- New ADC channel configuration block is redesigned to be allow configuration without sampling for the ADC channel, making now DMA scenario for transfers possible.
- New Diagnostics panel can be used to enable/disable multiple consistency checks.
- New Bootloader build to support UART1 communication.
- Support in sync with FreeMASTER release 2.0.2.
new!!! HOT-FIX: Add support for the latest e200 compiler that is released with S32 Design Studio for Power v1.2 .
Refer to HotFix_3 setup to have the MBD Toolbox working with latest e200 compiler.
Community Support Available
Support available via the NXP community at: https://community.nxp.com/community/mbdt