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CodeWarrior : MC9S12ZVMAL3V Not supported

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SLAK
Contributor II

Hi,

 

In order to start dev of a new ECU Project, I am using Codewarrior, but unfortunately the MCU choosed is not supported   "MC9S12ZVMAL3VLF"

Is there anyway to add it to my IDE and also have a SDK + LIN Slave Stack already existing that needs only configuration to fit my project needs?

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

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RadekS
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello SLAK,

It is a bit hard to answer here.

The LIN tack for S12Z isn't production-ready software according to our terminology (SPICE level B at least). On another side, it isn't pure example software.

We have LIN conformance test certificate, provided by a third party (C&S).

So, you may use it in production and expect some quality level, however, it is without a standard quality pack and warranty.
Anyway, many customers are using it in production already.

We have Test pass rate = 100%

Best regards

RadekS

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RadekS
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello SLAK,

The MC9S12ZVMAL3V part number isn't in the system and does not fit with standard nomenclature.

I expect some typo error in the part number.

Are you looking for :

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Did you try to update your installation of the Codewarrior?

 

Unfortunately, we do not offer any SDK for S12Z devices.

The LIN stack is available at https://www.nxp.com/webapp/swlicensing/sso/downloadSoftware.sp?catid=SW-LIN2X-J2602-D

For a fresh start, you may use the Processor Expert tool for code generation and easy prototyping.
Or, you may look at some technical example code S12(X) and S12 MagniV - available Examples and Documents

If you target motor control applications, you may start directly with some motor control kit/board:

 

I hope it helps you.

Best regards

RadekS

 

 

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SLAK
Contributor II

Hi Radek,

 

Thanks for your answer.

You are right it was about ZVMAL32.

And thanks for LIN stack link, Is this Stack qualified for a use in serial production projects or it is just for Prototyping ?

 

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RadekS
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello SLAK,

It is a bit hard to answer here.

The LIN tack for S12Z isn't production-ready software according to our terminology (SPICE level B at least). On another side, it isn't pure example software.

We have LIN conformance test certificate, provided by a third party (C&S).

So, you may use it in production and expect some quality level, however, it is without a standard quality pack and warranty.
Anyway, many customers are using it in production already.

We have Test pass rate = 100%

Best regards

RadekS

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SLAK
Contributor II

Thanks Radek for clear information.

Can you add a link to this conformance test report please?

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