S32K3x4-Q172 General-Purpose Development Board

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S32K3 Family Features

S32K3 Family Overview

Supported Devices


Single and Multi-Channel LIN Transceivers

3.3 V / 5 V IO CAN Transceivers

Power Management

System Basis Chips

Processors and Microcontrollers

K2x / KS2x USB

S32K Auto General-Purpose MCUs


Microcontroller (MCU)

  • 32-bit Arm® Cortex®-M7 based S32K344
  • K26: Kinetis K26-180 MHz as on-board S32K3 debug interface

Safety System Basis Chip (SBC)

  • FS26: Safety System Basis Chip (SBC) with low-power fit for ASIL D

Integrated Circuits (IC)

  • TJA1153: Secure HS-CAN transceiver
  • TJA1021: LIN 2.1/SAE J2602 transceiver

Hardware Features

  • 64 MB QSPI NOR flash
  • 100 Mbit Ethernet Physical Layer
  • Power supply switch
  • MCU voltage/current measurement
  • User RGB LED
  • 2x user push-buttons
  • ADC rotary potentiometer
  • 2x touch pad electrode

Software Features

  • Free of charge S32 Design Studio IDE (Eclipse, GCC and debugger) and S32 Config Tool (pins, clocks, peripherals, DDR) with third-party compilers and debuggers, also support
  • Free of charge Real Time Drivers for AUTOSAR® and non-AUTOSAR use and ASIL D compliant
  • Configuration tools for both AUTOSAR and non-AUTOSAR users
  • Free of charge security firmware: SHE+ compliant NXP supplied, designed for ISO 21434
  • S32 Safety Software Framework (SAF): Six fault detection and reaction libraries
  • Free of charge Safety Peripheral Drivers (SPD)
  • Structural Core Self Test (SCST)
  • Free of charge inter-platform communication framework (IPCF): middleware for multi-core, multi-OS communication in single- and multi-chip systems
  • Free of charge Model-Based Design Toolbox for MATLAB®: NXP supplied plug-in for Simulink® environment

Programming Debug interfaces

  • On-board S32K3 debug interface
  • 20-Pin Cortex debug + ETM connector


  • Arduino UNO pint-out compatible with expansion “shield” support


  • On-board secure HS-CAN
  • 2x on-board LIN
  • Ethernet 100 Mbit Physical Layer with RJ-45 connector for fast prototyping
  • SWD/JTAG debug interface for S32K3 debugger


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