The MCUXpresso Config Tools are fully integrated into the MCUXpresso IDE, and also available as a download for use
with other supported IDEs, including Arm Keil, IAR EWARM and others. If using the
MCUXpresso IDE, no additional download of Config Tools is required.
The MCUXpresso Config Tools include:
Assigns internal signals to external pins, sets electrical properties, I/O conflict resolution options and
generates ANSI-C source code that drops into the MCUXpresso SDK environment. Board expansion headers can be
viewed and routed to the connected signals on the MCU.
For a graphical representation of the MCU clock tree system and interactive user controls as well as assistance
with system fine-tuning
Enables selection of desired peripherals (i.e. UART, ADC, SPI, etc.) and generates initialization code, and configures higher level application code for enabling software technologies (USB, Filesystems, FreeMASTER). Settings can be imported, exported and reused within the Component Use Case Library
Works directly with existing SDK-based IDE projects with generated Pins, Clocks and Peripheral source files
Allows Device Configuration Data (DCD) commands sequence config for pre-initialization of devices at boot time.
Generated binary configurations can be utilized directly within the MCUXpresso
Secure Provisioning Tool
Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)
Configures protection and isolation of sensitive parts of the application. Generated configurations can be
exported for use within the MCUXpresso Secure Provisioning Tool
Creates a standalone SDK project based on an example application available within SDK release