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Attached is my Thermistor Calculator component ("myThermistor"). It calculates thermistor temperature from the resistance, similar to the Creator's stock Thermistor component. Calculated temperature returned as float-precision value with accuracy approx. 0.001 degC. Calculation speed is about 14-15x times faster than stock Thermistor component (formula-based) taking about 1100 CPU cycles.
The component was developed for fast TEC control, where accuracy, speed and wide temperature range were important. Attached archive contains the workspace bundle of the demo project, datasheet, screenshots and reference materials. Tested on PSoC5LP.
P.S. Updated link to SRS Thermistor Calculator:
I am uploading a library of small off-chip components for annotation of the CY8CKIT-059 PSoC 5LP Prototyping Kit.
The KIT-059 component shows all on-board capacitors and pins with direct connections to the OpAmps, DACs, SARs, I2C, UART, LED and XTAL. It helps visualizing ports and pins and making connection diagrams for CY8CKIT-059 Prototyping Kit.
The accompanying library contains few small-sized off-chip annotation components (resistor, capacitors, OpAmps, DAC, etc.). The components are about 50% smaller than their stock analogs, allowing for tighter schematic placement.
The demo project shows all-analog PID control of the levitationg globe, implemented in CY8CKIT-059 PSoC 5LP Prototyping Kit, with annotation diagram created using KIT-059 component.
Attached archive contains component library, a demo project and enlarged picture of the Prototyping Kit. Last tested under Creator 3.3 CP3.
New version of the Annotation Library (v1.0) is available for download in the Community Code Examples section:
Please note that the Library structure has been re-worked entirely, so that old components (Resistor, Capacitor, etc. will not upgrade). The KIT-059 will update OK.
I recommend to use v1.0 of the Library for new projects, while keeping old projects as-is.
Message was edited by: odissey1 (Aug 01, 2019)Show Less
I managed to make friends with WiFi Serial Transceiver Module ESP8266
I used for this project Micro WebServer аё€аёІаёЃ ESP8266 а№ЃаёҐаё° Arduino
MicroWebServer.cywrk project is located here.
I'll be glad if it is useful for someone.
This is probably a smallest PSoC component ever: it is empty, it does not do anything and it is virtual (being entirely removed by the fitter during project build). This component is useful for resolving certain schematics routing errors, which occur when two buses of different names or width are being joined using standard Creator indexing tools (see the Datasheet and demo project).
Provided below are: component library, datasheet and demo project exemplifying use of the component.
An interesting topic of using PSoC5LP-059 kit to drive VGA monitor emerged on EEVblog electronics community forum:
It also shows step-by-step tutorial of making a project, including UDB datapath, Verilog and DMA sections.Show Less
hi all I have a GLCD 128 * 64 programmable parallel form or series but have not been able to apply the right way the library GLCD q psoc 5 gives us algien I could esplicar in a clear way works well this library thanks. . attached data sheet of the GLCD .... happy evening and greetings to all.Show Less
I am currently using 320*240 graphical Lcd with PSoc 5.I am having problem using the graphical lcd function.If I dont want to use this functions then how can I configure the pins of GLCD in PSoc programming?Show Less
I've tried to find a component of the keyboard for PSoC Creator but only found the project from bobmarlowe: "Matrix Keyboard Solution"
This is a surprise. I had hoped to find more - don't want to reinvent the wheel.
Project for me too complicated, and I tried to simplify and attached below.
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