CapSens Tuner not connecting after separating KitProg2 from CY8CKIT-149

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joemueller
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Hi all,

experimenting with my PSoC 4100s plus prototyping kit I built and programmed

  • CE229521_PSoC4_CapSense_CSD_Slider_Tuning

launched the CapSense Tuner Application and could connect without problems.

Output from Bridge Control:

Opening Port
Successfully Connected to KitProg3 (Bridge/0418078800121400)
KitProg3 Bridge. Firmware Version 2.40.1241. Hardware Id 03.
Devices list: 8bit 7bit
address: 10 08

After separating the KitProg from the PSoC and reconnecting it point-to-point with wires (~1in) Tuner Application won't connect to the PsoC any more via I2C (Error message: "CapSense_P4_v5_0 Tuner: There was an error reading data from the device.")

Output from Bridge Control:

Opening Port
Successfully Connected to KitProg3 (Bridge/0717078800121400)
KitProg3 Bridge. Firmware Version 2.40.1241. Hardware Id 03.
No devices found

What have I missed?

Thanks in advance. Best regards

-joe

 

 

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MiNe_85951
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Hi  ,

 

Please confirm for the circuit diagram of CY8CKIT-149.

 

/* CY8CKIT-149 schematic URL */

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-CY8CKIT-149_Schematic-PCBDesignData-v01_00-EN.pdf?fileId=8ac7...

 

If you physically separate the KitProg2 board and PSoC4S board, the UART and I2C connections will be disconnected.

 

< KitProg2 Board >

MiNe_85951_0-1706011873117.pngMiNe_85951_1-1706011921327.pngMiNe_85951_2-1706011949919.png

< PSoC4S Board >

MiNe_85951_3-1706012012511.png

MiNe_85951_4-1706012128991.png

If you want to enable the I2C connection, you must connect a wire to J6 header(pin4 (SCL), pin5(SDA)) on the KitProg2 board and the J1 header(P3_0(SCL) , P3_1(SDA) ) on the PSoC4 board.

 

Regards,

 

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BiBi_1928986
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Hello.

Assuming this is KIT-147 (or similar), if you read the manual, it says that I2C and UART connections are cut when you separate the Kitprog2.  You can still access I2C and UART signals using Kitprog2 connector J7.  You'll need to add jumper wires between Kitprog2 and the target KIT-147.  Fortunately, the signal pins have labels so should be easy to do.

Good luck with your project.

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MiNe_85951
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50 likes received 500 replies posted 50 solutions authored

Hi  ,

 

Please confirm for the circuit diagram of CY8CKIT-149.

 

/* CY8CKIT-149 schematic URL */

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-CY8CKIT-149_Schematic-PCBDesignData-v01_00-EN.pdf?fileId=8ac7...

 

If you physically separate the KitProg2 board and PSoC4S board, the UART and I2C connections will be disconnected.

 

< KitProg2 Board >

MiNe_85951_0-1706011873117.pngMiNe_85951_1-1706011921327.pngMiNe_85951_2-1706011949919.png

< PSoC4S Board >

MiNe_85951_3-1706012012511.png

MiNe_85951_4-1706012128991.png

If you want to enable the I2C connection, you must connect a wire to J6 header(pin4 (SCL), pin5(SDA)) on the KitProg2 board and the J1 header(P3_0(SCL) , P3_1(SDA) ) on the PSoC4 board.

 

Regards,