The NXP Freedom K82F is a low-cost development platform for Kinetis K82, K81, and K80 MCUs.
Form-factor compatible with the Arduino® Rev3 pin layout
Peripherals enable rapid prototyping, including a six-axis digital accelerometer and magnetometer to create
full eCompass capabilities, a tri-colored LED and two user push-buttons for direct interaction, 2x32Mb QuadSPI
external flash, FlexIO camera header, touchpads and headers for use with Bluetooth® and 2.4 GHz
radio add-on modules
OpenSDAv2.1, the NXP open source hardware embedded serial and debug adapter running an open source bootloader,
offers options for serial communication, flash programming, and run-control debugging
The FRDM-K22F is enabled by the Arm® Mbed™ OS platform and supported by
for developing the
Internet of Things with a free, open-source operating system
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Kinetis SDK (KSDK) is a Software Development Kit that provides comprehensive software support for Kinetis devices. The KSDK includes a Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) for each peripheral and peripheral drivers built
on top of the HAL. Demo and driver example applications are provided to demonstrate driver and HAL usage and to highlight the main features of supported SoCs. Also, the KSDK contains the latest available RTOS kernels, a USB
stack, and other middleware to support rapi
This document describes how to interface with the Kinetis ROM-based bootloader to program a user application image into the on-chip flash. The Kinetis bootloader application resides in the Kinetis ROM and enables flash programming without the need for a debugger.
These are the release notes for the Kinetis Software Development Kit (KSDK) 1.3.0. The core of the Kinetis SDK is a set of drivers architected in two layers: the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) and the Peripheral Driver Layer.
The Kinetis Software Development Kit (SDK) provides software support for NXP's Arm Cortex-M based MCUs. The Kinetis SDK software includes peripheral drivers, stacks and middleware designed to simplify and accelerate application development.
OpenSDA is a serial and debug adapter that is built into several NXP evaluation boards. It provides a bridge between your computer (or other USB host) and the embedded target processor, which can be used for debugging, flash programming, and serial communication, all over a simple USB cable.