OM13092 LPCXpresso54608 Out of box Demo

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OM13092 LPCXpresso54608 Out of box Demo

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Does anyone know where can I download the source/binary of the out-of-box demo ("Draupner" I believe)? I recently purchased this dev kit (OM13092 - LPCXpresso54608), which has this particular demo preloaded. which is also the one showcase on the official get started guide and video. However, I am not able to find the source/binary of this demo.


There seems to have another newer(?) demo for this board called Sprinkler, which binary and source are available on I have trouble compiling this demo though, which after following instructions in "TouchGFX NXP LPC54608 Board Support Package - Installation V1.5" pdf, I get the following error message:


make: *** No rule to make target `C:/nxp/TouchGFX_NPX_LPC54608_BSP/touchgfx/os/FreeRTOS8.2.0/OSWrappers.cpp', needed by `TouchGFXPort/OS/OSWrappers.o'.  Stop.


The BSP I downloaded from the link simply does not contain OSWrappers.cpp file. I don't know whether is the installation document or BSP not updated. The SDK version I generated and downloaded from "MCUXpresso SDK Builder" is 2.3.1, and software components I have selected are: CMSIS DSP Library, USB stack, lwIP, FreeRTOS.

May be the Sprinkler BSP is no longer supported with the latest SDK version, or latest SDK has broken the demo source. I have no idea where to get/generate older version of SDK for LPCExpresso54608. This is my first time using NXP platform.


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Hello Richard,

I managed to flash the new demo in the LPCXpresso54608. When you download the files from the next page you have a .axf file I convert this file to .hex with the help of MCUXpresso. To do this please copy the .axf file into any workspace that you have open


Then right click on the file > binary utilities > create hex


Once you have the .hex file of the demo you can follow the steps of the guide attach. 

You can follow this steps for the moment. Meanwhile I will see if it's possible to upload to our page the files of the old demo.  

Hope it helps!



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