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rares_butilca
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Whether you are participating at the NXP Cup competition or simply passionate about self-driving cars, try using MBDT to program a microcontroller to drive your car on a track. In this article you will find a model you can use as a starting point for your application.

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nxp-admin
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Providing a low-cost and single-wire scheme, it comes as no surprise that LIN bus systems are increasingly used in the body domain of vehicles. Typical LIN applications, such as seat control, lighting, and steering wheel, are generating more requests for smaller bill of material and lower costs on system level. NXP’s latest smart QUAD LIN transceiver SJA1124 provides an innovative way to connect LIN bus to MCU for the electronic control units (ECUs) in the car to meet the aforementioned needs.

The number of LIN channels per application is increasing as the use of the LIN bus becomes widespread. Unlike the increasing number of LIN nodes, the space and bill of material for these applications are often shrinking to save cost. NXP’s SJA1124 is a QUAD LIN transceiver with integrated commander terminations, LIN controllers, and an SPI-to-LIN bridge. These features bring scalability and flexibility to the application network and MCU option, providing you with varied benefits.

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brendonslade
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

When running firmware v3.xxx onwards, MCU-Link uses WinUSB, so make sure your firmware matches a compatible MCUXpresso IDE version.

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BridgetteS
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

This launch introduces our Smart Card Trust Provisioning Solution, bringing customers a major new capability in protecting their Software Intellectual Property (IP) and guarding against over-production and cloning.

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brendonslade
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

The latest release of NXP's free UI design tool for LVGL is out now - GUI Guider 1.3.1 features major improvements in usability and optimization. 

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Eli_H
NXP Pro Support
NXP Pro Support

Hooking up to the external world usually means that our MCUs must learn to  “speak” analog.   A high-performance analog system was added to the LPC553x family to enable more integrated, lower external component count designs.

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brendonslade
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

NXP has now introduced MCU-Link Pro - the second incarnation of the MCU-Link debug probe architecture, adding several powerful capabilities and features to build on the entry level MCU-Link standalone model. This includes power/energy measurement, USB bridging and a J-Link firmware option.

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CosminB05
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

An interactive tutorial on how to create your own MATLAB Simulink temperature sensor application by applying the model-based design approach, how to configure and use the i.MXRT1060 EVK using NXP MCUXpresso, a thermistor module and the IMXRT Toolbox.

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hansonhe
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

URL : https://community.nxp.com/community/general-purpose

mcus/k32lseriesmcus/blog/2019/12/05/k32-l3-mcus-energy-efficiency

with-advanced-security-and-physical-protection

最后更新:12-05-2019 更新:Omar Cruz

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mminar7
Contributor I

Hello Folks,

I have created project for managing I2C-bus low power LED drivers build at PCA9632 chip. (with possible modification for PCA9624,PCA9635PW,PCA9685,PCA9955B,PCA9956B).

You are able to manage chip from Raspberry. (It was tested at version 3 +). Github project contains documentation, sources and binaries. Who is interested in he is also welcome for testing of functionality and cooperative feed back.

Code is written at (python3 & adafruit library) as backend and free pascal as frontend.

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omar_cruz
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

The 5V KE MCU series has been designed to maintain high reliability and robustness in harsh electrical noise environments primarily targeting white goods and industrial applications, but now extending its success to consumer applications where touch sensing, safety and motor control capabilities have become a “must have” in the embedded design. 

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monicavelez
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

NXP understands that in addition to offering breakthrough innovations its ongoing investment and commitment to longevity is critical to being your trusted supplier. This paired with the continued demand and broad market use of NXP’s MCU portfolio makes it priority for us to extend the longevity1 on the following parts/families by an additional five years.

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omar_cruz
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Building upon the market success and broad adoption of the Kinetis MCU portfolio, the K32 L3 MCU family leverages the combination of high-efficiency and low-power capabilities of the Arm® Cortex®-M4 while adding another Cortex-M0+ providing new enhancements such as low-leakage power-optimized peripherals, a DC-DC converter, numerous serial communication interfaces and up to 1.25MB flash and 384KB of SRAM memory.  

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omar_cruz
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Focusing on low-power and fast wake up times, the K32 L2 MCU family – based on the Arm® Cortex®-M0+ - targets power-conscious end nodes and can enable a wide range of general purpose industrial and IoT applications. Today, the K32 L2 MCU family is being brought to market in a scalable set of packages, core performance and memory configurations, from 64KB to 512KB flash, and backed by unmatched enablement, led by NXP’s complementary suite of MCUXpresso software and tools with example projects utilizing IAR, Keil, and GCC based toolchains.

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monicavelez
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Innovation means being first. And with more than 20 years of firsts, NXP’s MCU portfolio has grown into a powerhouse of more than 200 Arm®-based MCU families scaling from low-power Cortex®-M0+ to high performance Cortex®-M7 crossover MCUs.

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omar_cruz
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Searching for a low-power, well-integrated but cost-sensitive MCU for your embedded designs? Look no further – the K32 L2 MCU family is for you!

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techscale
Contributor II

Hi community

For some time now we have based our product developments on Kinetis devices and uTasker and are very pleased with the simplicity and reliability that results (as well as Mark's personal support).   One of our main product development requirements was to eliminate custom host USB drivers.  Having end users install drivers is a support headache and we wanted as much plug and play as possible  With utakser, we've been using the following: 

  • USB Flash driver, 
  • USB Keyboard interface and 
  • USB serial interface.
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sruthyuk
Contributor I

Dear friends,

 

I have been trying to test the can_ loop back_ node in KINETIS512_SC_100MHz.zip file by using flexcan1 in TWR-K60F120M module.I have used A47 & A48 primary elevator connections for flexcan1 as shown in freescale user guide. But i dont know how to test the CAN transmission by enabling loop back node

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