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PSoC™ 4

Anonymous
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Can't seem to program a part.

I get this error.

I have tried both powered externally and powered by Miniprog3.

Since the 8 pin package has no reset I believe you have to set up as shown to do a power cycle.

Both SWD-CLK and SWD_ IO are outputs on the target board. Driving MOSFETS with 10K pull downs.

Thanks

Dave

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Anonymous
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Dave,

PSoC 4 supports only SWD programming/debugging; MiniProg3's both 10-pin and 5-pin connector provide signals for SWD. However, the 10-pin connector is primarily used for JTAG.

You can refer the following document to know which pins of 10-pin connector are for SWD-

http://www.cypress.com/file/44091/download

-Rajiv

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BrandonP_16
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Hi Dave,

I think you should check first for MiniProg3 revision#. It is indicated in the sticker on the MiniProg3 device.

The rev.*A device cannot support "power cycle" mode. After rev.*B, you can use power cycle mode.

Thanks,

Brandon

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Anonymous
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It is Rev B but does not work. 😞

I see the power light goes on and off.

Removed the pull downs on both pins and still no work.

Dave

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Anonymous
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Dave,

Can you set it to 5-pin connector in the programmer settings and try?

-Rajiv

Anonymous
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Thank you Rajiv,

So why can I only use the 5 pin connector?

Is that stated somewhere in the documentation?

Is this just for the 8 pin device or for any of the 4013 parts.

Since I have to respin the board I might add the bigger parts

I did get to to work by soldering wire to the processor as the board was not laid out for the 5 pin connector.

Board respin time.

Thnaks

Dave

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Anonymous
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Dave,

PSoC 4 supports only SWD programming/debugging; MiniProg3's both 10-pin and 5-pin connector provide signals for SWD. However, the 10-pin connector is primarily used for JTAG.

You can refer the following document to know which pins of 10-pin connector are for SWD-

http://www.cypress.com/file/44091/download

-Rajiv

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Anonymous
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Thank Rajiv,

I am very familiar with using the 10 pin for SWD. Done that on many other projects / products.

I will review the document.

Dave

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