The FRDM-K32L3A6 development board consists of the K32L3A6 device with a 32-Mbit external serial flash, FXOS8700 Accelerometer/Magnetometer, visible light sensor, SDHC circuit, general purpose LEDs, and general purpose pushbuttons in the popular Freedom board form-factor.
The LPCXpresso55S28 development board provides the ideal platform for evaluation of and development with the LPC552x/S2x MCU based on the Arm® Cortex®-M33 architecture. The board includes a high performance onboard debug probe, audio subsystem and accelerometer, with several options for adding off-the-shelf add-on boards for networking, sensors, displays, and other interfaces.
The TWR-K65F180M is a development board for the Kinetis K26, K65 and K66 180 MHz 32-bit Arm Cortex-M4 MCUs. It features the Kinetis MK65FN2M0VMI18 low-power MCU with 2MB Flash, 256 KB SRAM, HS USB and Ethernet MAC.
The LPCXpresso54628 board provides a powerful and flexible development system for NXP's Cortex-M4 based LPC546xx family of MCUs. They can be used with a wide range of tools, including the MCUXpresso IDE.
The FRDM-KV31F is a low-cost development tool for the Kinetis V series KV3x MCU family built on the Arm Cortex-M4 processor. The FRDM-KV31F hardware is form-factor compatible with the Arduino R3 pin layout, providing a broad range of expansion board options.
The TWR-KM34Z75M board is designed to work either in standalone mode or as part of the Freescale Tower System, a modular development board platform that enables rapid prototyping and tool re-use through reconfigurable hardware.
The LPCXpresso family of boards provides a powerful and flexible development system for NXP's LPC Cortex-M family of MCUs. They can be used with a wide range of development tools, including NXP’s MCUXpresso IDE. The LPCXpresso54018 has been developed by NXP to enable evaluation of and prototyping with the LPC540xx family of MCUs.
NXP has developed a wide range of wired communications libraries, and collaborates with select partners to offer complementary specialist stacks multiple solutions for developing embedded GUIs of all levels of complexity