Model-Based Design Toolbox MBDT MATLAB Simulink coding

This page will provide info on the Model-Based Design Toolbox (MBDT) for make an application and programming the BMS772

The NXP MBDT includes an integrated SimulinkĀ®-embedded target supporting NXP MCUs for direct rapid prototyping and built-in support for software- and processor-in-the-loop (SIL and PIL) development workflows, systems and peripherals device interface blocks and drivers, a target-optimized Math and Motor Control library set (AMMCLib) for efficient execution on the target automotive MCUs and Real-Time Control Embedded Software Motor Control and Power Conversion Libraries (RTCESL) for other MCUs, and bit-accurate simulation results in the SimulinkĀ® simulation environment.

The NXP MBDT helps to generate all the code required automatically (including initialization routines and device drivers) to start up the MCU and run complex applications such as motor control algorithms and sensor-based and communication protocols while supporting builds with multiple compilers. The NXP MBDT supports a wide range of applications development and helps enable control engineers and embedded developers to shorten project life cycles.

For a BMS772 MBDT example, see this article:

It could be that more examples will be added in the future, look for the examples in the toolbox.

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