Take your embedded design to the next level with the IAR KickStart Kit™ for the Kinetis® K60 family of MCUs. Developed in conjunction with IAR Systems, this kit speeds your time to market with packaged evaluation boards, software development tools, example projects and RTOS BSPs.
The TWR-K60N512-IAR can operate as a standalone evaluation board, and the J-Link Lite for Cortex®-M debug probe will bring you advanced debugging features through Serial Wire Debug (SWD).
NXP® motor control development boards are intended to support the rapid evaluation and prototyping of a variety of motor control applications using NXP MCUs.To cover both low- and high-voltage applications NXP built two motor control development boards:
The TWR-K60N512 microcontroller module is part of the Tower® System, a modular development platform that enables rapid prototyping and tool re-use through reconfigurable hardware. In this Quick Start Guide, you will learn how to set up the TWR-K60N512 module and run the default demonstration.
Software offered 'As is', support provided on NXP® Communities only – Touch Sensing Software library version for Kinetis®. This version is compiled specifically for IAR compiler. This software is able to use the TSI module (touch sensing input) for highly robust touch sensing, as well as use the software-based GPIO method. Up to 64 electrodes are configurable, out of which 16 can be the 16 TSI pins and the rest can be GPIO pins.
The NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox (MBDT) is a comprehensive collection of tools that plug into the MATLAB® and Simulink® model-based design environment to support fast prototyping, verification, and validation