I have configured 16 message objects for transmission and 16 message objects for reception. I used two API to configure base object and slave objects of transmission message objects:
I am using ModusToolbox build system in the IDE mode.
Is there a way in the Makefile to make the CFLAGS to be applied only to user (my) source code files, and not to all the framework source files ?
I have a use case where 2 central devices need to connect to one peripheral. I am using psoc6 as a peripheral and phone as central devices.
The problem I see is that when one central device is connected to psoc6, the other central device does not discover the peripheral. I have increased the Max number of ble connection to 2 in BT configurator, but not able to connect two devices.
I am using 'BLE_Battery_Level_FreeRTOS' example and just increased the Max number of ble connection to 2. If I connect one phone via 'CYSmart' app, cysmart app on another phone does not show the peripheral in the list.
Is there anything additional thing needed to establish connection other than increasing the Max number of BLE connections in BT configurator?
Kit used: CYCKIT-062-BLE
Hello, @MotooTanaka san,
Apologies for bothering you again.
The current thread is an extension to the earlier thread where I was seeking your assistance link.
As mentioned in the earlier thread, I am trying to get the PCF 8563 RTC module to work with the PSOC 5LP over the I2C interface, but sadly, I am not able to do so.
I have tried the I2C write and read operations as mentioned in the I2C component datasheet with the slave address changed, but that didn't help.
Also, I tried the implementation mentioned in the thread which is DS1307, but that implementation didn't work out either.
The datasheet of the PCF 8563 can be accessed from the link:https://www.waveshare.com/w/upload/5/5d/PCF8563.pdf
(To read the time, the seconds register 0x02 is to be accessed and a buffer of 6 bytes can be read to display the time and date.)
I have tried the same RTC with STM32F407, and it worked out just fine. The implementation and API working is a bit different and I am not able to figure out what is going wrong with PSOC.
I will really appreciate any help on this.
I am using CY8C4124LQA-S433 IC. What I want to do is when I press a button for 1 second led would blinked. If less than 1 second, button would continue last mode.
I am sharing my documents. Please find attachment.
In a discussion below, the problem seemed to be complicate, so I ordered the similar PCF 8563 RTC Module to test with,
I placed my order 19-Nov-2021, but the sensors did not arrive until 1-Dec-2021.
And by that time the issue was solved, and I ended up with 5 of these modules. 😜
Fortunately there were remaining issues about using I2C_WriteBuf() and I2C_ReadBuf(),
so I tried
(1) Write a sample program to use PCF 8563 RTC Module.
(2) Use both I2C_ReadBuf() and I2C_WriteBuf() somewhere in the project.
Anyway, here is my sample of using PCF 8563 RTC Module with CY8CKIT-059.
Tera Term (serial terminal)
When started, the program shows the splash and command list.
The command "get all" shows both date and time.
The command "init YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss" set date and time directly to the registers
by using I2C_WriteBuf().
The command "dump" reads out all registers by using I2C_ReadBuf().
And I added some ore commands, but this time I could not afford to implement timer and/or alarm functions.
Hello Team Infineon,
I am here to ask for your recommendation on
the best dev kit or Evaluation Board that comes with touchscreen kit or
Infineon MCU that can control 3.98 inch LCD touchscreen and more features,
in order to develop touch screen device.
kit / MCU Specifications in need :
-supports LCD : 3.98 inch, 320X480, RGB, 40pin
(client considers ILI9488, a-Si TFT LCD single chip driver : https://focuslcds.com/content/ILI9488.pdf )
-supports 2D graphics acceleration
-supports single touch feature (capacitive)
-supports PWM controllers for buzzer feature for audio
-better than Arm Cortex-M0+
-6x USART, timers
-RAM size : 144kB or better
-Flash size : 256kB or 512kB
-compatible to use NAND flash of size 4~8MB
(in order for the device to support user interface in
three different languages(Korean, Chinese, English))
-preferably has easy development environment to develop the LCD touchscreen device.
The client was considering the following ST-micro MCU before,
because of its simple guidance to the sample project guide.
If you can recommend MCU or/and evaluation board that can support above feature with design guidance for LCD touch device project, that would be greatly appreciated to share it with the client.
As always, thank you for your considerations to help and bring our business forward.
I'm searching for documentation for miniWiggler V2,
similar to the one available for miniWiggler V3:
Can anyone tell me what exists and where to find it?
Or does anyone have miniWiggler V2 documentation in their archive to share here?
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I'm trying to reset by software.
It is not working.
Can you explain why it doesn't work?