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LandonC
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Good Afternoon,

I've been using PSoC Programmer with a MiniProg3 to try and upload a hex file to my CY8C4146FNI-S433 chip.

Unfortunately, I'm having issues getting it to EraseALL and wanted to check and see if it's detecting the right chip.

 

This is the printout once the device is autodetected:

| Automatically Detected Device: CY8C4146FNI-S433
| Silicon: 1B02, Family: AB, Major/Minor Rev: AA

 

Can anyone verify that this is the correct Silicon,Family,Rev versions for this particular part number?

 

Just trying to narrow down what could possibly be causing my other issue.

Thanks!

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PandaS
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Hi @LandonC ,

I tried it at my end and it was working fine with KitProg and I was able to erase the flash. But the miniprog3 threw the following error.

PandaS_0-1657631171280.png

 

To fix this I tried the following:

1.  There is a option to toggle the power. Click on it and then try.

2. Choose 5v and try to erase/program the board.

This is basically a power / loose connection issue. Also ensure the wires are proper.

PandaS_1-1657631549464.png

 

Thanks and Regards

Sobhit

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PandaS
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Hi @LandonC ,

I tried it at my end and it was working fine with KitProg and I was able to erase the flash. But the miniprog3 threw the following error.

PandaS_0-1657631171280.png

 

To fix this I tried the following:

1.  There is a option to toggle the power. Click on it and then try.

2. Choose 5v and try to erase/program the board.

This is basically a power / loose connection issue. Also ensure the wires are proper.

PandaS_1-1657631549464.png

 

Thanks and Regards

Sobhit

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