Product Release Announcement
NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox
for S32K3xx – version 1.0.0 RTM
The Automotive Processing, Model-Based Design Tools Team at NXP Semiconductors, is pleased to announce the release of the Model-Based Design Toolbox for S32K3xx version 1.0.0. This release supports automatic code generation for S32K3xx peripherals and applications prototyping from MATLAB/Simulink for NXP S32K3xx Automotive Microprocessors. This new product adds support for S32K344 MCU and part of its peripherals, based on RTD MCAL components (ADC, PWM, MCL, DIO, CAN, SPI, GPT). It also adds support for FreeMASTER, AMMCLib, and Simulink simulation modes – Software-in-Loop, Processor-in-Loop, and External mode.
Moreover, this release adds the option to configure everything (pins/peripherals/clock) via an external configuration tool - S32 Configuration Tools or EB Tresos. The product comes with over 70 examples, covering everything that is supported, including a motor control application demo.
NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox for S32K3xx issues will be tracked through the NXP Model-Based Design Tools Community space.
All functions in the Automotive Math and Motor Control Functions Library v1.1.24 are supported as blocks for simulation and embedded target code generation.
We provide several Simulink example models and associated FreeMASTER projects to demonstrate how our toolbox interacts with the real-time data visualization tool and how it can be used for tuning embedded software applications.
We added support for the following MATLAB versions:
We added a simple mechanism to provide users the opportunity to export the generated code from Simulink and import it directly into S32Design Studio. This functionality can be useful if the model needs to be integrated into an already existing project, as well as for debugging purposes.
We provide support for the following simulation modes (each of them being useful for validation and verification):
We have added over 70 new examples, including:
The NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox extends the MATLAB® and Simulink® experience by allowing customers to evaluate and use NXP’s S32K3xx MCUs and evaluation board solutions out-of-the-box with:
This release (1.0.0) is intended for technology demonstration, evaluation purposes, and prototyping S32K3xx MCUs and Evaluation Boards.
Examples, Training, and Support: https://community.nxp.com/community/mbdt