Which of the following a) or b) is correct for the rated operating temperature range of CYPD6227-96BZXI?
a) -40 to 55 ° C
b) -40 to 85 ° C
About CY4533, It refers to the file 610-60538-01_CY4533_BCR_EVK_LAYOUT_FABRICATION_DRAWING.pdf.
There are two questions about the pad directly under the part.
Q1) When I read the Gerber, there are electrodes (Φ10.0mil x 3) directly under the parts. Is this specified for the number of VIAs? The question is on page 2/13, which is the part surrounded by the red line in the following VIA.png.
Q2) Is there a specification for the bonding ratio with the electrodes and the solder opening ratio for the square pad directly under the part? The question is on page 10/13, which is the part surrounded by the red line in the following PAD.png.
I want to develop C++ application for fx3 bulk transfer IN?
where I need to refer?
How much data (maximum data) can able to transfer in fx3 in sec? Is any calculation for this?
I want to receive 7,40,54,400 bits from FPGA through FX3.Show Less
I now use CYPD4226 & CYPD4236.
In some situations, I want to turn the device into an only USB device without PD.
Can I use API or HPI to close PD communication, but Rd is still Pull Down?
Bluetooth connection to the Raspberry Pi
I am using a CY8CKIT-062-WiFi-BT with ModusToolbox and would like to transfer measurement data to the Raspberry pi.
The possibility from one KIT to another would not be bad either.
I can't find any suitable examples.
AnyCloud BLE Environmental Sending Service is very comprehensive and you cannot see how CySmart accepts the data. 2 bytes are transferred and then?
Must WICED modules still be used in the programs. I would like to use only "ModusToolbox" and its components.
Can one show me examples for the transfer of floating point values via BLE.
I looked at this topic -https://community.cypress.com/t5/USB-Superspeed-Peripherals/FX3-multiple-descriptors/m-p/81912
and I’m trying to do it also but I’m having trouble with opening the socket,
Is there any chance that you have example of multi endpoint? Or can guide me how to open socket for each of the endpoint?
I want to create FX3 with
I am designing with the CY14V104NA-BA45XIT. I don't see any guidance in the datasheets of app notes about power sequencing. Is there any requirement for enabling and disabling VCC and VCCQ in relation to each other?Show Less
Dear all, (and @YatheeshD_36)
Almost 18 months ago I was having some issues in using the .Net Api for Cypress EZ-USB FX3 SDK.
However I got some really nice help in this thread:
The issue was resolved and everything has been running smoothly for the last 18 months until the other day.
What has changed? Nothing obvious that I'm aware of, but our IT department has updated machines with Windows security patches if that could make a difference.
What seems to happen is the following:
(The Passmark testprogram does not show any errors and happily runs at SuperSpeed (USB3.0))
If someone has any idea what I should try to look further into, or has any advice on how to move forward, it would be greatly appreciated.
host: tinker board 2s(rk3399)，kernel 5.13
slave: sg130gs(1280*720, YUYV, 30fps) + fpga(spartan 6) + cyusb3014, isochronous mode
Run this script on host
yavta -c30 /dev/video0
yavta -c30 /dev/video1
After random time(from minutes to hours), one of these cameras would be stuck
USB packets captured by tcpdump indicate that the host keeps polling(isochronous) the slave while the slave keeps responding with a data packet with zero-length
After this, if I restart the test script, the device that is stuck will be missed
some trials on other settings also failed
ov5640(1280*720, YUYV,30fps) + cyusb3014, bulk mode
sg130gs(1280*720, YUYV, 30fps) + fpga(spartan 6) + cyusb3014, bulk mode
In addition, test with a single camera is fine
Any ideas? thanksShow Less
I was looking for the proper way to assign a different custom serial numbers using the same firmware image without having to compile a different firmware image for every device and I followed the steps explained below thread.
I was able to add serial number to firmware but when I used SerialNumberGenerater application to create different serial numbers, we couldn't use those newly generated firmware images to flash the device since it gave an error for all the image files created by SerialNumberGenerater application.
I looked into SerialNumberGenerater application and investigated the created .img files using hex file reader and it seems that the serial number was assigned in a correct way but still gave me an error when tried to flash it.
I did some more investigation and did another test. I created two firmware image with different serial numbers and checked the differences between .img files and I realized not only the serial numbers needs to be changed but also the last 4 hex values were different! Why is that happening? maybe checksum/md5 hash?
Since SerialNumberGenerater application only changes the serial number values in the firmware image file, how can we overcome this problem? How can I assign a different custom serial numbers using the same firmware image without having to compile a different firmware image?
Thanks in advance,