Author: SananyaM_56 Version: *B
How can I use Cypress EZ-USB® FX2LP-based kit as a logic analyzer using open source sigrok PulseView?
Figure 1 shows a CY7C68013A Mini Board.
Figure 1. FX2LP CY7C68013A Mini Board
There are two available variants of this mini board: one with a single jumper J1 and another with two jumpers (J1 and J2). Both boards come with an on/off switch and a RESET push button. The board also has an EEPROM (16 KB), which is used to hold the VID/PID/DID for the device (used by the host to identify the device to determine the correct driver).
The board with two jumpers was used to test the FX2LP logic analyzer. See the schematic attached with this knowledge base article (KBA). J1 is to connect or disconnect two LEDs from Vcc; these LEDs are connected to D0 and D1. J2 controls the high address bit of EEPROM making it appear at I2C address 0x51 depending on the jumper.
Follow these steps to test the FX2LP logic analyzer using CY7C68013A Mini Board:
Figure 4. Viewing Data on PulseView