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PSoC 5, 3 & 1

doso_1282421
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I am planning to use PSOC 4 or 5LP in my new design board to read one-wire IP protection devices DS28E15.

I have a project that can run and compile on MK60X256VLL100 device and I want to convert it to a PSOC project.

I know that it is possible but I don't know how to do it.

I attached the NXP project, and I will be happy to have some ideas

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LinglingG_46
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Your question is in a big range, I am so sorry for don't give some positive help to port the code from NXP to PSoC.

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LinglingG_46
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Does the attached project are developed by yourself?

Although I don't know about the NXP chip, I think the control logic is the same.

It is a one-wire control mode, I think the most important thing is the timing.

doso_1282421
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The attached project is a combination of a driver that was developed by MaximIntegrated (One-wire, DS28E15, Sha256) and a user commands uart that was developed by a subcontractor few years ago.

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LinglingG_46
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Your question is in a big range, I am so sorry for don't give some positive help to port the code from NXP to PSoC.

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LuMo_1653921
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did you success converting to PSoC4? if so, can you share your code?

Thank you!!

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