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PSoC™ 4 Forum Discussions

Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
I created a class with a .c and .h file, I no longer need the class so I'm trying to delete it. I'm able to delete the .c fine however when I try to d... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Is there a good place to start to research psoc or gcc libs I can use in PSOC4 specifically for std functions like itoa or other number conversion fun... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
I created a project with a bootloader and a bootloadable component. I've designed the bootloader to wait 2 second then run the application. The applic... Show More
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PSoC™ 4
I'm doing some initial testing and developing a "desktop" app to communicate with the board. I've had some success using gatttool and some other Pytho... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi,    I am trying to measure power consumption of a PRoc CYBL10563 board by running the Heart Rate sensor example. The avg current measurement using ... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi Folks,    i have some trouble in getting the PSOC4 working as expected. My target is to read out the data of a Current and voltage sensor (max78630... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi all,    Here's the problem I'm trying to solve. Our setup looks like this : on one side, there is a PSOC 4200 BLE that can communicate with a Raspb... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi,         I need to weak up my device (212019) from deep sleep on two pins on the same port but not in the row. P3[4] and P3[7].    Somehow I manage... Show More
DaEr_349131
PSoC™ 4
Hi,    Using CY8C4247BZI-L479, I assume it's possible    I'm planning to use 56 gpio inputs from various buttons & external signals. Requirements:    ... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
The Thermistor object shows an upper resistor connected to Vdd (also called Vhi). The thermistor is connected in series to Ground (also called Vlow). ... Show More
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PSoC™ 4

PSoC™ 4 - Arm®-based Forum, discusses the low-power Cortex®-M0 and Cortex®-M0+ cores, CapSense®, and Bluetooth® Low Energy