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guillaumetiffin
Contributor III

Hello,

 

I'm facing a problem with the KSDK V1.3.

I was using the MQX V4.0 and V4.1 with a k60FX512VLQ15 144 pin

 

I have a quartz of 32Khz for the RTC and an oscillator of 50MHZ on the pin PTA18.

 

With my previous version of MQX, no problem to start the MCU.

 

With the KSDK V1.3, I can succeed to start the MCU.

I'm always locked in the function "CLOCK_HAL_SetPbeMode" at the line "while (!CLOCK_HAL_IsPll0Locked(base)) {}"

 

You can find in attachement a part of the schematic with the connection of the 50 MHz quartz.

 

How can I do to tune the clock to succeed to run an app?

 

I took the code of the K60D10 as an example.

 

Can you help me with this issue?

 

Regards,

 

Guillaume

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guillaumetiffin
Contributor III

Hi,

In fact I searched for more informations about my issue.

I decided to enter in the details of the initialization procedure.

In fact the K60FX series is not supported by the KSDK.

For me it's not a really good news and I'm worried about the future for my board because I can't have the new evolution of the KSDK.

Regards,

Guillaume

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ivadorazinova
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NXP Employee

Hi Guillaume,

I apologize for the late response. Please, is the issue still actual for you?

Please, have you tried any KSDK demo? For example web_hvac demo, which uses 50 MHz external crystal or do you have custom code or what is your initialization?

Thank you.

Best Regards,

Iva

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guillaumetiffin
Contributor III

Hi,

In fact I searched for more informations about my issue.

I decided to enter in the details of the initialization procedure.

In fact the K60FX series is not supported by the KSDK.

For me it's not a really good news and I'm worried about the future for my board because I can't have the new evolution of the KSDK.

Regards,

Guillaume

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