Let's take your S32K148-T-BOX for a test drive.
NOTE: There is no embedded debugger on the S32K148-T-BOX. Debugging is done using PEMicro U-Multilink/FX through J12 with a mini-20 pin cable on debugger’s port F.
After power on D10, D11, and D12 will light on.
When connecting the U-Multilink debugger to PC, its USB and TGTPWR LED will be lighted on.
Download the S32K148-T-BOX Quick Support Package (QSP) including the S32K148_Based_T_BOX_BSP_TestPrj_SDK_RTM2_0.zip to kick start your design.
Download and Install the S32DS for Arm® v2018.R1
Download and Install the S32 Design Studio for Arm 2018.R1 Update 6 SDK S32K14x RTM v.2.0.0 (REV UP6)
Then select General > Existing Projects into Workspace > Next
NOTE: You will get a "Build Finished" message if the compiled result has no errors.
Under Interface select right debugger and ensure Port has the right part number, then in Additional
Options, check Emergency Kinetis Device Recovery by Full Chip Erase and Use SWD protocol (if not
check this option, it will use JTAG debug protocol). Click Debug to launch the debug.
NOTE: it will download the compile result —elf file into the target MCU at first
Use an USB-to-UART adapter to connect the board with PC via J25-6 (TXD), J25-7 (RXD) and J25-12
NOTE: For more details of the test results description and demo projects, please refer to the S32K148-T-BOX software User Guide.
Datarate : 115200 baud/s
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Stop Bits: 1
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