PSoC™ 4 Forum Discussions
The customer says that PSoC4S can't communicate with UART during CapSense scanning and processing.
Is it right?
And, Can PSoC4S communicate with I2C during Capsense scanning and processing?
Hello, During factory testing (on board level - where we have several unconnected ports) we'd like to detect soldering issues on GPIOs. One neat way to do this is to iterate over all the unconnected GPIOs, set one of them to output (digital high), and read in the rest (they should all be 0). However, in order to do this we need to be able to dynamically reconfigure the port direction and drive strength. Is this possible during runtime? We need to be able to turn an input pin to an output pin, and vice versa. Thanks, JacobShow Less
I would like to understand the reason we have a range for advertisements min max period in PSOC BLE for peripheral GAP profiles.
I want to master the power the power consumption in Slow Advertising Interval, and would like to understand what will be the real interval chosen by the stack if I specify a range 1000 to 2000 ms for example. Will it take the min, max interval or a randomly generated interval averaging 1.5sec ?
Concerning Apple recommendations, it seems we should not have a grater than 1285ms period, although I had no issues connecting with my IPhone with greater values.
Does anyone have recommendations on maximum interval to allow quick connections to Android phones & IOS devices ?
Thanks for your help.Show Less
I have some questions about this set of values that you have to load in the firmware when you use PRoC CYBLE MODULE : ECO Capacitance Trim Values for EZ-BLE™ Modules - KBA218990
Firstly that could be nice to have a clear warning about this trim in the datasheet, it's absolutely not natural to have to think about adjusting a hardware value in the software and moreover that this value is not automatically loaded in the firmware in line with the selected device in Psoc creator.
1) How can i know the default value, so the value from CY8CKIT-042-BLE ?
2) How i can put the influence of that value on the BLE functionnality (scanning, stability of the link)
To be clear i made some tests with an eval board without changing this trim value, the results (stability, no disconnection ) were OK.
Mounted in the final product there are some disconnections
Mounted in the final product in heavily charged environnment (like 40 bluetooth devices and 10-20 wifi network) that was pretty bad, hard to connect, disconnection after a few time. The product was just barely usable (distance between a smartphone and the CYBLE was just 1-2 meters). It's not possible for me to compare in the near futur in that type of environment so my questions.
Thanks for your answers.Show Less
I have a CY8CKIT-041-40XX kit and I want to use the on-board Kitprog2 to program an external Psoc4 chip.
I read Kitprog2 user manual on section 5.2.
It says possible but need to remove zero-ohm resistors to disconnect the onboard chip.
So I read CY8CKIT-041-40XX Kit Guide but I can't find out which zero-ohm should be removed.
My question is how to do it on CY8CKIT-041-40XX kit.
Is there any example of sending a stream voltage signal from the peripheral to the central (Mobile app), something like the attached picture?
Thank you in advance,Show Less
Hi, I have a device running on a battery, and want it to stop advertising if it is not connected for a long time (to save the battery power), and restart advertising if a button is pressed. What is the correct way of doing it? Can you point me to the BLE API functions that should be used to stop a and start advertising?
Thanks in advance!
I'm having a slow attempt at translating Adafruit's VL6180X Arduino library to use the component on the PRoC (222014). I think I'm close, just not sure where I'm messing up. In code, I'm trying to have it start reading on a button click, then continuously read and printf the distance of the object, until the button is pressed again. If anyone has this module and/or any experience with it, I'd appreciate any help. I've attached a bundle of my current progress along with the Arduino library header and cpp I reference.Show Less
Been using PSoC Creator with a CY8CKIT-042-BLE-A Bluetooth® Low Energy 4.2 Compliant Pioneer Kit successfully for a number of months now but inadvertently un-installed the USB drivers and so now get this error message when trying to program the kit:
PSOC Creator Error dbg.M0023
There was an error while programming the device: failed to reacquire the device
I re-downloaded: CY8CKIT-042-BLE-A Kit Only (Kit Design Files, Documentation, Examples)
and tried to do a "Repair".
Also tried re-downloading the Programmer 3.26 and also selecting "Repair" but I still get the error message.
Please, what is the procedure to just re-install the USB drivers? Hopefully I will not have to Un-install/Re-Install everything just to get the USB drivers back.
Many thanks in advance.
About UART (SCB mode) of CY8C4025AZI - S413.
I'm thinking of using Oversampling with 10 instead of 16 to set the baud rate of 19,200 bps.
Please tell me about the concerns when Oversampling is set to 10 instead of 16.
For example, it gets weaker against EMS.Show Less