I'm more familiar with STMicroelectronics MCUs and i'm wondering if there are HAL librairies for NXP MCUs to facilitate development ?
Sub families which use same HAL lib like that : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STM32
The goal is to get the best overwiew of all NXP MCU Families / sub families because I'm developing a shell that should be used on ALL MCU and if i could test only one MCU for all each sub families, as for STM32 :
It would be nice !
It sounds like that this it what i'm expecting : K32 L Series: Ultra-Low Power Microcontrollers (MCUs) optimized for low-leakage applications | NXP
tell me if i'm wrong
Thanks for help.
Hello Thibaud Guérin
Regarding the libraries, you can find useful the Software Development Kits (SDK). The SDK is a comprehensive software enablement package designed to simplify and accelerate application development with NXP’s LPC and Kinetis® microcontrollers and i.MX RT crossover MCUs. SDK includes production-grade software with integrated RTOS (optional), integrated enabling software technologies (stacks and middleware), reference software, and more.
On the Kinetis groups, you can find different sub-families with different characteristics, I will enumerate you these families and their fundamental characteristics.
maintain high-reliability and robustness in harsh electrical noise environments. More detailed information of subfamilies are found here:
You can give a look at this page to see more MCU's Arm Microcontrollers | NXP We also have MCU's for automotive and wireless applications.
Let me know if this is helpful, if you have questions do not hesitate to ask me.