NXP UCANS32K146 is a CAN Node reference design and development platform for mobile robotics applications, such as drones and rovers. It features the NXP S32K146 MCU based on an Arm Cortex-M4F core. There exist a few different revisions/variants of this board. All variants with the S32K146 microcontroller are supported.
- NXP FS32K146UAT0VLHT MCU
112 MHz Clock (Max.)
1024 Kb Flash
128 Kb SRAM
4 Kb EEPROM
NXP UJA1169TK/F System Basis Chip
Console UART (Console @ 115,200 baud)
2x CAN FD
I/O headers with GPIO, I2C, SPI, etc.
By default, the serial console will be provided on the DCD-LZ UART (available on the 7-pin DCD-LZ debug connector P6):
DCD-LZ UART RX
DCD-LZ UART TX
Each UCANS32K146 configuration is maintained in a sub-directory and can be selected as follows:
Where <subdir> is one of the sub-directories listed in the next paragraph.
NOTES (common for all configurations):
- This configuration uses the mconf-based configuration tool. To change this configuration using that tool, you should:
Build and install the kconfig-mconf tool. See nuttx/README.txt. Also see additional README.txt files in the NuttX tools repository.
Execute ‘make menuconfig’ in nuttx/ in order to start the reconfiguration process.
Unless otherwise stated, the serial console used is LPUART1 at 115,200 8N1.
Configures the NuttShell (nsh) located at apps/examples/nsh. Support for builtin applications is enabled, but in the base configuration the only application selected is the “Hello, World!” example.
Besides the NuttShell this configuration also enables (Socket)CAN support, as well as I2C and SPI support. It includes the SLCAN and can-utils applications for monitoring and debugging CAN applications.