Hello everyone -
I am planning to use a PSoC 3 (CY8C3245LTI-163) with a NewHaven Display NHD-C12865AR-FSW-GBW for a new design.
What is the best eval board / kit to use to get the LCD part working quickly?
The kit doesn't necessarily need to be PSoC3, but it needs to use the GraphicLCDIntf component.I want to get familiar with how to draw on the screen.
Thank you -
How can I monitor hard fault in PSoC 5LP.
What would happen if I’m not create a special ISR for Hard fault?
Is the software continue to run when hard fault is occur?
@ll FORTH programmers and those who want to become:
From 17. August to 18. August 2019 is the Maker Faire in Hannover. In this Time will the German FORTH-Gesellschaft show all implementations of Mecrisp-Stellaris-FORTH on PSoC4 and PSoC5*. FORTH is a compiler language with an interpreter and make interactive C possible. You can see the whole workflow to programming PSoC4/5 in FORTH combined with C-API's. For more Information search to 'FORTH' on this page or follow this link: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mecrisp/files/Cypress/
*Mecrisp-Stellaris-FORTH is available for following Eva-Kits:
CY8CKIT-043 -> cy8c4247azi
CY8CKIT-046 -> cy8c4248bzi
CY8CKIT-049 -> cy8c4245axi
CY8CKIT-050 -> cy8c5868axi
CY8CKIT-059 -> cy8c5888lti
FreeSoC2 -> cy8c5888axiShow Less
I have a project where I'm trying find sources of unexpected power consumption on the board. I want to make sure that I know how much power is being consumed by the PSoC and how much is being consumed by other components. If I erase the flash on a PSoC 5LP, is it reasonable to assume that its power draw would be 0 (or, say, less than 1mA)?Show Less
I tried to build my project with an CYC8CPLC20 in PSoC Designer 5.4. But i have problems with two files that i don't have in my project.
mkdepend.exe: error: cannot open "mkdep"
make: *** [depend] Error 1
can't open file linkfile
make: *** [output/AN54416_PLC_Low_Power.rom] Error 1
And i don't know how to create these files.
Someone can help me if he has the solution? Thanks in advance.Show Less
PSoC® Creator™ Component Datasheet Counter 3.0 says:
clock input for FF type is "Limited to digital clocks in the clock system" (table at top of page 2)
which of the various system wide clocks:
XTAL, XTAL 32kHz, Digital Signal, USB_CLK,ILO, IMO, PLL_OUT, Master_Clk, BUS_CLK(CPU)
is included in "digital clocks in the clock system"Show Less
Hi gentlemans, here im working with PSoC5LP, I want to print at lcd the answer from an SIM808 module (UART), if I send the string "AT", SIM808 should answer "OK",but the result is a lot of meanless characters.
This is the code that im using for that operation:
PLease assist me to find the way to put "OK" in the LCD.
Thanks a lot!!!!Show Less
in the description of soc-Input of SAR_ADC, there is following sentence in the datasheet:
The first soc rising edge should be generated at least 10 us after the Component is started to guarantee reference and pump voltage stability.
How is this to understand? If I'd like to sample with 200Hz, I have to proved the first edge after 10µs? (following edges are not concern?)
Is also possible to do this first conversion via SW control to be sure to have this 10µs?
a few weeks have passed, my first programming has worked great and I'm very proud of it.
Now, however, I am again facing a new problem and may be silly to me :-(.
Namely, I have installed according to data sheet of RTC to the inputs 15.2 and 15.3 a Crystal 32.768 kHz that my output of time and date is continuous.
Can you help me with the code?
This was the old date and time issue and this was always stamped by the debugg-date_time:
UART_1_PutString (__ DATE__);
UART_1_PutString (" ");
UART_1_PutString (__ TIME__);
UART_1_PutString (" ");
Is it possible that I will give an initial stamp with "" __DATE__ and __TIME__ "and then mine will be consecutive?
I have an issue that will be issued after a certain time, currently 10 sec, via HTerm.
It would be unbelievably nice of you if you would help me.
This may be an obvious question. I'm a bit new in USB CDC programming. However my study and empirical experiments have not make it obvious.
I want to use a callback ISR for reading incoming data using the USBUART. I can get USBUART_SOF_ISR_ExitCallback() to do what I want. It works however ...
It polls at a 1ms rate. Is there another ISR that can be enabled to process input data from the host at a much lower polling rate?
In my current USBUART configuration the following ISRs are active:
Eventually I plan to convert my IN and OUT operations for the USBUART to DMA. This should solve my issue as well. Until then, if I can implement my data input reads with a less intense ISR, it would be appreciated.