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NXP MIMXRT1010-EVK

Overview

The i.MX RT1010 offers a new entry-point into the i.MX RT crossover processor series by providing the lowest-cost LQFP package option, combined with the high performance and ease-of-use known throughout the entire i.MX RT series. This device is fully supported by NXP’s MCUXpresso Software and Tools.

MIMXRT1010-EVK

Hardware

  • MIMXRT1011DAE5A MCU

  • Memory

    • 128 Mbit QSPI Flash

  • Connectivity

    • Micro USB host and OTG connectors

    • Arduino interface

  • Audio

    • Audio Codec

    • 4-pole audio headphone jack

    • External speaker connection

    • Microphone

  • Debug

    • JTAG 10-pin connector

    • OpenSDA with DAPLink

For more information about the MIMXRT1010 SoC and MIMXRT1010-EVK board, see these references:

Supported Features

The mimxrt1010_evk board configuration supports the following hardware features:

Interface

Controller

Driver/Component

NVIC

on-chip

nested vector interrupt controller

SYSTICK

on-chip

systick

GPIO

on-chip

gpio

I2C

on-chip

i2c

UART

on-chip

serial port-polling; serial port-interrupt

USB

on-chip

USB device

The default configuration can be found in the defconfig file: boards/arm/mimxrt1010_evk/mimxrt1010_evk_defconfig

Other hardware features are not currently supported by the port.

Connections and I/Os

The MIMXRT1010 SoC has five pairs of pinmux/gpio controllers.

Name

Function

Usage

GPIO_11

GPIO

LED

GPIO_SD_05

GPIO

SW4

GPIO_10

LPUART1_TX

UART Console

GPIO_09

LPUART1_RX

UART Console

GPIO_01

LPI2C1_SDA

I2C SDA

GPIO_02

LPI2C1_CLK

I2C SCL

System Clock

The MIMXRT1010 SoC is configured to use the 24 MHz external oscillator on the board with the on-chip PLL to generate a 500 MHz core clock.

Serial Port

The MIMXRT1010 SoC has four UARTs. LPUART1 is configured for the console, and the remaining are not used.

Programming and Debugging

Build and flash applications as usual (see Building an Application and Run an Application for more details).

Configuring a Debug Probe

A debug probe is used for both flashing and debugging the board. This board is configured by default to use the OpenSDA DAPLink Onboard Debug Probe, however the pyOCD Debug Host Tools do not yet support programming the external flashes on this board so you must reconfigure the board for one of the following debug probes instead.

Configuring a Console

Regardless of your choice in debug probe, we will use the OpenSDA microcontroller as a usb-to-serial adapter for the serial console. Check that jumpers J31 and J32 are on (they are on by default when boards ship from the factory) to connect UART signals to the OpenSDA microcontroller.

Connect a USB cable from your PC to J41.

Use the following settings with your serial terminal of choice (minicom, putty, etc.):

  • Speed: 115200

  • Data: 8 bits

  • Parity: None

  • Stop bits: 1

Flashing

Here is an example for the Hello World application.

# From the root of the zephyr repository
west build -b mimxrt1010_evk samples/hello_world
west flash

Open a serial terminal, reset the board (press the SW9 button), and you should see the following message in the terminal:

Hello World! mimxrt1010_evk