I made a testing firmware that blinks an LED, which runs fine on my development board CY8CKIT-062S2-43012 but not on my custom board, which seems not to run the firmware at all. The MCU revision is slightly different (read by the programmer).
Detected device PN: CY8C624ABZI-S2D44 SiliconID: E453 Revision: 12 FamilyID: 102 DIE: PSoC6A2M (read by the programmer)
CY8C624ABZI-S2D44ES2 (written on chip)
Detected device PN: CY8C624ABZI-D44 SiliconID: E402 Revision: 11 FamilyID: 102 DIE: PSoC6A2M (read by the programmer)
CY8C624ABZI-S2D44A0 (written on chip)
I see that the chip revision is different (Rev 12 on dev board and rev 11 on my board). Are there any firmware considerations I need to take into account between these 2 revisions or should the same firmware just work on both of them?
Are there any hardware considerations I need to take into account between these 2 revisions?
UPDATE: dev board has WCO but our board doesn't. What changes do I need to make to disable the WCO? I found #define CY_CFG_SYSCLK_WCO_ENABLED 1 in cycfg_system.c but commenting it out breaks the firmware on the dev kit as well.
ich bin Bachelorstudent an der Hochschule Mittweida (Sachsen, Deutschland). Im Rahmen meiner Bachelorarbeit untersuche ich unteranderem die Microcontroller aus Fitnessarmbändern diverser Hersteller. Beim Fitnessarmband Inspire2 des Herstellers Fitbit bin ich auf einen Microcontroller von Cypress gestoßen und benötige zur weiteren Untersuchung Zugriff auf das Datenblatt des Microcontrollers CY8C68237FM9-BLET. Nach intensiver Recherche konnte ich jedoch kein Datenblatt zum Microcontroller CY8C68237FM9-BLET finden. Könnt ihr mir eventuell helfen?
Ich würde mich über eine Antwort freuen.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
I am a bachelor student at the University of Applied Sciences Mittweida (Saxony, Germany). As part of my bachelor thesis, I am investigating the microcontrollers in fitness wristbands from various manufacturers. For the fitness wristband Inspire2 of the manufacturer Fitbit I came across a microcontroller of Cypress. For further investigation I need access to the data sheet of the microcontroller CY8C68237FM9-BLET. However, after intensive research, I could not find a datasheet for the CY8C68237FM9-BLET microcontroller. Can you possibly help me?
I would be glad about an answer.
With kind regards
Can someone give me an estimate of the power consumption of the chipset in the following modes.
1. Deep Sleep
2. ADC Data Input
3. Data Processing
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when I add svd file to see the peripheral register,every port (port0 to port14) has the same address.
※modus version is 2.2
But in another version（2.3）,GPIO shows a correct address .
Was it a bug in version 2.2 Or I did a wrong config?.Show Less
I'm testing UART(P5.0, P5.1) on CY8CKIT-062-WIFI-BT.
When I execute soft reset through NVIC_SystemReset(), UART Tx(P5.1) goes low for a while.
For this reason, the PC terminal utility receives 1 byte (0x00).
Is there any way to keep the UART Tx line high even after soft reset?
Thanks and Regards,
Could any of you help me in setting the sampling frequency of the PSOC6 chipset ADC to 2KHz?
The minimum clock frequency the ADC can take in is 1.7MHz and I am unable to find a reasonable way to lower the sampling frequency.
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What are the minimum requirements that an MCU must have to support the SDIO interface of a hosted WiFi/BLE module?
For example, how can I tell if a CY8C6247BZI-D44T can be paired with a CYW43012 based Murata 1LV or a CYW4343 based Laird 450-0159 or 450-0152?
Hello! Im currently trying to read a JSON file in my psoc project for the cyproto-063-BLE but i cannot get it to work.
I have a JSON file that im trying to include in the project, read from and extract the data, im using the tiny-json parser (https://github.com/rafagafe/tiny-json). The parser works as intended, if i manually store the JSON as a string, i can parse and extract data as i please. The issues arise when i try to include the .json file into the project and open/read from it.
Here is a code snippet
static const char filename = "test.json";
FILE *file = fopen ( filename, "r" );
fread(buffer, 128, 1, file);
printf("line = %s\r\n", buffer);
json_t const* json2 = json_create( buffer, what, sizeof what / sizeof *what );
char const* name = json_getPropertyValue(json2, "Name");
printf( "Name: %s.\r\n", name );
I have included the file under source files, as well as added the filepath to Project->Build settings->CM0+->Compiler->Additional Include Directiories.
Following the debugger the program crashes at line "fread(buffer, 128, 1, file);"
Does anyone have any input on how to read and store the JSON file in psoc programmer, the file opening and reading works well when isolated in a regular C file ran through the terminal. I'll attach a test project where i try to read a json test file and print it to serial monitor using UART. Relevant header and json files are in a folder in the project called External_Code.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Hello, I am a novice, just contacted Modus ToolBox software, using the kit is CY8CKIT-062S2-43012; now I want to create a new project to practice, but this page appears, I do not know what to do next; sample program "Hello World" I also did not find, thank you for your answer
HI, I'm trying to configure the USB block in PSOC6 to operate correctly via DMA. The pieces of information are there, but I find obscure how to put them together. I seems that most of the configuration can be done in Modus Toolbox with Device Configurator, but what parts must be completed in user code to get it up and running?.
Also,I can't fine the answer of how to handle some comon situations, like, how to work with data blocks larger than the internal EP buffer, or, how to dynamically adjust for different message lengths.
Is there a working example somewhere ?
This AN228753_DMA_on_PSoC_6_MCU-ApplicationNotes is a good start to understand how DMA works, but it doesn't touch the case of a USB peripheral. I think that this case deserves an application note by itself.