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NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox for S32M2xx – version 1.0.0

NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox for S32M2xx – version 1.0.0


Product Release Announcement

Automotive Processing

NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox

for S32M2xx – 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 S32M2xx version 1.0.0. This release supports automatic code generation for S32M2xx peripherals and applications prototyping from MATLAB/Simulink for NXP S32M2xx Automotive Microprocessors. This new product adds support for S32M41, S32M242, S32M43,  S32M244, S32M274, S32M276 MCUs and part of their peripherals, based on RTD MCAL components (ADC, AE, DIO, CAN, DPGA, GDU, GPT, MCL, PWM, MCU, PORT, QDEC, UART). In this release, we have also added support for FreeMASTER, AMMCLib, and MATLAB support for the latest versions. The product comes with over 60 examples, covering all supported peripherals, and Simulink simulation modes Software-in-the-Loop, Processor-in-the-Loop, and External Mode.


Target audience:

This product is part of the Automotive SW – S32M2 Standard Software Package.


FlexNet Location:



Technical Support:

NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox for S32M2xx issues will be tracked through the NXP Model-Based Design Tools Community space.




Release Content

  • Automatic C code generation from MATLAB® for NXP S32M2xx derivatives:
    • S32M241
    • S32M242
    • S32M243
    • S32M244
    • S32M274
    • S32M276


  • Support for the following peripherals (MCAL components):
    • ADC
    • AE
    • DIO
    • CAN
    • DPGA
    • GDU
    • GPT
    • MCL
    • PWM
    • MCU
    • PORT
    • QDEC
    • UART


  • Provides 2 modes of operation:
    • Basic – using pre-configured configurations for peripherals; useful for quick hardware evaluation and testing
    • Advanced – using S32 Configuration Tool or EB Tresos to configure peripherals/pins/clocks


  • Integrates the Automotive Math and Motor Control Library version 1.1.34:

All functions in the Automotive Math and Motor Control Functions Library v1.1.34 are supported as blocks for simulation and embedded target code generation.



  • Integration with FreeMASTER

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.



  • Support for MATLAB® versions
    • R2021a
    • R2021b
    • R2022a
    • R2022b
    • R2023a
    • R2023b


  • Support for custom board initialization

Toolbox generates the components’ peripherals initialization function calls as configured in the Board Initialization window, which can be customized to each Simulink model. This feature allows users to set a custom order for the components initialization, the insertion of the Custom code sequences, or share the custom initialization with multiple Simulink models via the Export and Import functionality.





  • Support for custom default project configuration

The toolbox provides support for users to create their custom default project configurations. This could be very useful when having a custom board design – only needing to create the hardware configuration once. After it is saved as a custom default project, it can be used for every model that is being developed.




  • Integration with S32 Config Tools version v1.7:





  • Integration with S32 Design Studio

The toolbox automatically generates the <model_name>_Config folder, next to the Simulink model location, providing the user the opportunity to easily import the generated code from Simulink into S32 Design Studio. Each time the code is generated, the <model_name>_Config folder is updated with the new changes. The toolbox also provides a mechanism to launch an S32 Design Studio instance, with the imported generated code project in the Project Explorer tab from S32DS.



  • Simulation modes:

We provide support for the following simulation modes (each of them being useful for validation and verification):

    • Software-in-Loop (SIL)
    • Processor-in-Loop (PIL)
    • External mode


  • Support for profiling in PIL mode:


  • Examples for every peripheral/function supported:

We have added over 60 examples, including:

    • CDD Blocks (Ae, Dpga, Gdu, Mcl, Qdec)
    • Communication (Can, Uart)
    • AMMCLib
    • IO Blocks (Adc, Dio, Pwm)
    • ISR Blocks (Hardware Interrupt Handler)
    • MCAL Blocks (Gpt)
    • Utility Blocks (FreeMASTER)
    • Software-in-the-Loop / Processor-in-the-Loop / External mode


For more details, features, and how to use the new functionalities, please refer to the Release Notes document attached.


MATLAB® Integration

The NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox extends the MATLAB® and Simulink® experience by allowing customers to evaluate and use NXP’s S32M2xx MCUs and evaluation board solutions out-of-the-box with:




Target Audience

This release (1.0.0) is intended for technology demonstration, evaluation purposes, and prototyping of S32M2xx MCUs and Evaluation Boards.


Useful Resources

Examples, Training, and Support: https://community.nxp.com/community/mbdt






When I click the urls in this passage,I will always redirect to my personal page taht I can not go to the true urls.


And I wonder is there a quick reference guide for s32m244 like this ?




Hello @SmallWhite ,

It takes a little while for us after a release to update all the documentation on the NXP.com website. The Release Notes alongside the Quick Start Guide for the MBDT for S32M2xx are available on the FlexNET Location url: here:  https://nxp.flexnetoperations.com/control/frse/download?element=3785898 Please login on the NXP.COM before accessing this link.



Hello, I have encountered the same problem. Clicking on this link https://nxp.flexnetoperations.com/control/frse/download?element=3785898 will still redirect me to the account information interface, and I cannot find the correct URL. Also, I have logged into my own account before that.


First,I click on this link:




The result is that the correct URL cannot be redirected.



And I still can't find the correct URL when I click on the link on this Matlab script.



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