I have the need to use this PSoC 1 models for some basic tasks:
Cypress PSoC 1 SOIC-16
Can I implement an ISSP and use the miniprog 3 to program them without any issue?
My plan is to build myself a kind of development board where I can practice with these MCUs before I put them in my project.
I plan on using the same miniprog 3 in other PSoC 4 projects I have so having a single programmer would be cheaper.
I am not quite sure whether the Miniprog3 is able to program a PSoC1. Best is to get in contact with cypress directly: At top of this page select "Design Support -> Create a Support Case" and describe your problem.
What definitively will not work is debugging the PSoC1, it lacks some internal capabilities. I strongly recommend using PSoC4, this family is quite more versatile, faster and easier to handle than the PSoC1s
Thanks for your answer, I'll contact Cypress directly for that matter.
And yeah PSoC 4 is really cool but I was looking for a hand solderable IC package and one uC that has an ADC onboard(SOIC PSoC4 does not has it from what I've seen).
I read thru the docs of the miniprog3 and it's supposed to work with PSoC1, I pulled the trigger and sent to manifacture an small dev board with access to SWD via 5 pin and hoping for power cycle programming to work as this chip has no XRES. I might pull the trigger an original miniprog for my PSoC adventures. I have a knack for making my own boards, might also get a hot air gun to reflow QFP PSoC4s.