i.MX RT - CortexTM M7NXP's i.MX RT Crossover family offers up to 600MHz operation, 1M SRAM and 4M (internal SPI) FLASH together with on-board Ethernet with IEEE 1588, CAN, USB HS/FS OTG, FPU and encryption functions, various general purpose peripheral modules and low power modes.
Please note that the i.MX RT support is now in an advanced state of development and is included in the developer's version of the µTasker project. Go to the i.MX RT Developer's Page for latest documents and videos.
Including ready-to-build projects for the following compilers/IDEs:
Jump to the i.MX RT Developer's Page
Out-of-the-box support for
The µTasker project allows you to immediately take advantage of this major force in embedded connectivity!
The i.MX RT support is available as µTasker processor project containing "Bare-minimum" boot loader, serial loader and the µTasker V1.4 application that operates on all supported devices and boards. This includes integrated µTasker OS, drivers, TCP/IP stack, USB device stack with flexible composite capability, utFAT, command line interface shell and many further features for a complete out-of-the-box project framework.
The project is available as several options so use this list to select what is the best choice for yourself:
Anonymous Open Source can be obtained on GITHUB at the following links [supporting most Kinetis parts and boards and a variety of STM32 parts and boards. i.MX support may be included in future updates] -
The use of the code and its ideas are completely free and unrestricted and this version is suitable for anyone who is not interested in support or the most up-to-date project features. It may be used for hobby or commerical work for gains as long as the headers are not removed, in accordance with the following OpenSource details.
Hobby, Educational and Personal uses the same Open Source version as above but includes support at the µTasker forum. Fill out the registration form to receive a forum account and general usage support.
Free Commercial allows companies that don't normally allow purchasing supported software to benefit from project use in a "single" product developement. After filling out the registration form they receive temporary access to the development repository which includes newest features and device support and can use it for commercial gains with professional support via the NXP i.MX forum as long as µTasker is mentioned in the thread's title.
Commercial Evaluation allows 30 days of full development code access and full professional support in order to test the suitability of the project. After filling out the registration form both forum and repository access is granted. After the test period has expired the received project code can either be deleted (nothing else to do) or else royalty-free product licensing can be purchased to continue repository access and guarantee support when needed during the development/product life-cycle. See the following for complete licensing, pricing and support details, as well as further professional services.
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