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What tools are used to program the MK10DX256VLH7?,

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Contributor II

Hi everyone,

This is a hard question that may not have an answer.  

 How do you setup MCUXpresso to program a MK10DX256VLH7?   

We are trying to port MK02 code to a MK10DX256VLH7 and there appears to be no way to even program the device let alone port code to it.   I find this hard to believe and NXP would not allow this to happen.   Talk about code protection, LOL. 

We designed in a  MK10DX256VLH7 and now it appears that we are stuck. 

Any comments, suggestions, opinions would greately be appreciated.   

Thank you for your time and any help you can provide. 

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I have the same question.  I'm at the end of a design that uses this same part and just realized that there does not appear to be an MCUXpresso SDK for the device.  I see that I can use KDS, but I really want to use MCUXpresso and all of the config tools that I am familiar with using (which I use for another design that uses a KV58).  I don't want to jump up to the similar 100Mhz device which has an SDK because I want to stick with 64-LQFP rather than the 80-LQFP.  I haven't ordered PCBs yet so I can change, but it will be painful.

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Hi ivekengineer,

    What's the chip you are using now?


Have a great day,
Kerry

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MK10DX256VLH7

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Hi ivekengineer,

    The same situation as todd.

MK10DX256VLH7  is not in the MCUXpress IDE support list, MK10DX256VLH7  is a little older, so maybe you still need to use the KDS or the Codewarrior. The new SDK also can't support this part number.

   About the sample code, you can refer to the K20 72M code:

TWR-K20D72M Labs and Code Examples


Have a great day,
Kerry

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I would like to use a newer part that is fully supported in MCUXpresso.  I can't seem to find a good substitute that has the 16-bit ADCs with PGAs in a 64 pin package.  I did find a MK10DN512VLK10 which has what I need in an 80-pin package and is supported by MCUXpresso.  However, the SDK is only at rev level 2.2 whereas newer devices are up to 2.5.  Are there plans to provide a newer version SDK for this device?

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Hi ivkengineer,

     I highly suggest you create a new kinetis question post, then we will help you to select a new chip which can be supported in the MCUXpresso IDE.

   Don't follow other's question post, especially the closed case.

    After you create your own question post, we will reply you directly in your own question post, thanks a lot for your understanding.


Have a great day,
Kerry

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Hi todd heckleman,

   1, IDE

   You can use the MDK, IAR, MCUXpresso IDE

   2. debugger or program tool

   You can use the opensda, P&E Multilink, JLINK ect.

Wish it helps you!

If you still have question about, please kindly let me know.
Have a great day,
Kerry

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Thank you Kerry, 

The IDE is tricky, MCUXpresso does not support the MK10DX256VLH7 as far as we have found. Do you have the SDK or a way to have MCUXpresso to program the MK10DX256VLH7?   How would you go about this? 

Look forward to your reply 

Todd

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Hi todd heckleman,

   1, IDE

   You can use the MDK, IAR, MCUXpresso IDE

   2. debugger or program tool

   You can use the opensda, P&E Multilink, JLINK ect.

 

Wish it helps you!

If you still have question about, please kindly let me know.

Have a great day,

Kerry

 

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Hi todd,

   You are right! MK10DX256VLH7  is not in the MCUXpress IDE support list, MK10DX256VLH7  is a little older, so maybe you still need to use the KDS or the Codewarrior. The new SDK also can't support this part number.

   About the sample code, you can refer to the K20 72M code:

TWR-K20D72M Labs and Code Examples

  


Have a great day,
Kerry

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Contributor II

Hi All, 

Thank you for all the help so far.   

I down loaded latest KDS version and I still need to create the SDK for the MK10DX256VLH7 by going to MCUXpresso site.  The SDK online tool does not support the part.   

What version of KDS should I be using and is there a tool that can support the creation of the SDK file for this part? 

Is there documentation to create an SDK files for MCUXpresso tools ?

How was the first SDK for MK10DX256VLH7 created and will an old version of SDK work on newer versions of KDS and MCUXpressio?

The K02 has support for the 64 pin package,  but does not have EEprom internally.   May be that would be a viable part for you ivekengineer for our current situation? 

Have a great day 

Todd

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