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DuSt_4713121
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The user manual does not have any info on how to connect  the device; what do I need to connect the I2C lines to the computer that EZ-Click will recognize?

Dusan

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Hari
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Hi DuSt_4713121

MiniProg4 does not recognize the Ez-Click software. You can use the MiniProg3 for configuration.

EZclick support with Miniprog4

Thanks,
Hari

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Hari
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Hi dust_4713121

The MBR3 kits have an onboard kitprog that does the conversion from I2C to USB. In case you are using a custom board, you can use any I2C to USB converters or a Miniprog for connection.

There is an option to "Select Target Device" in EZ-Click. Make sure that the MBR device is connected to the computer and it will show up in the available ports as shown in the figure.

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Do let us know if the connection is successful.

Thanks,
Hari

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DuSt_4713121
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I was looking more on a hardware solution. I have a cy8cmbr3110 on a custom board and access to the I2C pins. Can I use an CY8CKIT-005 MiniProg4 to connect?

Dusan

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Hari
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Hi DuSt_4713121

MiniProg4 does not recognize the Ez-Click software. You can use the MiniProg3 for configuration.

EZclick support with Miniprog4

Thanks,
Hari

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