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1.how could I know CY7C53120E2/E4 programmer list ?
2.what interface should I reserve for program ? The datasheet is not clear about this.
Is the following product automotive compatible?
If not, can you offer us an equivalent automotive compatible product? (equivalent to the above product)
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I am working on the touchpad summary and comparison.
Cypress Parts number:
But datasheet no detail parameter.
Could you provide below parameter for reference.
Touch point separation
I am new PSOC6 user and have PSoC® 6 WiFi-BT Pioneer Kit.
Please some one tell me the TFT LCD driver IC name.Show Less
In one of my application where I need capacitive touch to provide input to the device(where i need 3 capsense buttons), i'm using cy8cmbr3008.
When the device is in normal working condition if there is any multiple touches(abnormal touches) on the capsense buttons, the SLC and SDA lines of the I2C is getting pulled down permanently until we restart the device. Once after restart, the device is working normally.
note: I2C is configured to work for 400KHZ.
I2C is shared between EEPROM, RTC and Capsense controller.
SLC and SDA lines are pulled up to 3.6V by 10k resistors.
Is any one have ever encountered with such issue., what could be the possible solution.?
Hi, I am designing a small trackpad with some buttons to be used on wearable technology using CapSense. I followed the design guidelines described in AN64846 "Getting Started with CapSense" (https://www.cypress.com/file/41076/download ) that specifies a trace width no greater than 7 mil (0.18 mm).
I was wondering if a 0.2 mm width (in traces and hatch ground) is still acceptable to be handled with CYBLE-022001, because most of PCB manufacturers in my region cant handle a lower width.Show Less
Working on a project to drive 4.3" TFT with CTP. The controller on FFC is a CY8CTMA340 shown below.
Trying to look for its programming registers from Cypress web site but there is no result, except a brief datasheet. Although in github there are various places which seem to store its Linux driver, there is no relevant information such as its register information and API for non-Linux system. Anybody has further information on this?
Specifically I am developing an Arduino compatible driver for it. Single touch is OK for now.
Any suggestion is welcome.
I was wondering if I could use capsense as a high resolution capacitance to digital converter.
The range of the measurements would be below 45 pF, but I would need a measurement resolution of approximately 1fF.
Is it possible to achieve such a resolution with capsense? If not, what kind of resolution/range can I achieve?Show Less
A year ago, Cypress provided reviews of your PCB layouts for cap sense circuit boards.
The customer would create a support ticket in MyCase and categorize it as a PCB Review (or perhaps Layout Review?).
You would then upload your design files to the MyCase system and wait.
Within a day or 2, a Cypress engineer would review your layout files and give feedback.
It's now November 2018, and I went to the MyCase page, looking for the Review option in the MyCase ticket system - that heading is gone.
So, now I'm wondering if Cypress still provides reviews of PCB layouts for cap sense circuit boards?