The TWR-KV58F220M is a development tool for the Kinetis V series KV5x MCU family built on the Arm®
Cortex®-M7 processor. The TWR-KV58F220M MCU module is designed to work either in standalone mode or
as part of the Tower System, a modular development platform that enables rapid prototyping and tool re-use through
As is standard with all Tower System modules, the TWR-KV58F220M MCU module can
be used with a variety of existing peripheral modules, such as TWR-MC-LV3PH for motor control rapid prototyping.
The TWR-KV58F220M is supported by Zephyr OS
for developing the Internet of Things with a free, open-source
embedded operating system. Click here to go to the Zephyr board page.
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This document provides the necessary design considerations and recommendations to obtain the best possible performance from the high-speed ADC (HSADC) on the KV5x devices. It is not intended to be a “rule-book” or to define concrete requirements when designing and laying out the board design. It is meant to help the board or system designers understand what is important for this particular ADC (the 12-bit high-speed ADC) on KV5x and provide recommendations to design a board for maximum ADC perfo
This application note illustrates how to use the FlexIO module to generate the pulse-width modulation (PWM) waveform.FlexIO is a new on-chip peripheral available on some of the Kinetis series microcontrollers.
The TWR-KV58F220M microcontroller module is designed to work either in standalone mode or as a part of the Freescale Tower System, a modular development platform that enables rapid prototyping and tool reuse through reconfigurable hardware.
These are the release notes for the NXP
Kinetis Software Development Kit (KSDK)
v.1.2.0 with support for MKV56F22 and
MKV58F22 derivatives with 1 MB and 512 KB
of flash memory. 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.
NXP Software Libraries are packets of optimized functions and tested function for the NXP controllers. The libraries are supplied in a binary form, which are particular by its simplicity to integrate with user application.