The "EZ-Click" application can be used to configure the MBR3110 device.
At first, please let me confirm you can recognize the MBR3110 with the MiniProg3.
When the MiniProg3 with MBR3110 is connected to the PC, the PSoC Programmer can recognize the MiniProg3. Then the "Checksum" button is clicked, the PSoC Programmer can recognize the device is the MBR3110 and the checksum is gotten as follows.
The Bridge Control Panel application can be used to detect the MBR3110 device. After setting the power supply voltage and the Protocol and providing power supply, click the "List" button multiple times. You can see the I2C address of the MBR3110.
The reason why the "List" button must be clicked multiple times is the MBR3110 is typically in a low-power mode and wakes up by the I2C communication.
You can also recognize the MBR3110 device with the EZ-Click application after a project is created. I think "Bridge Control Panel" is easier than the "EZ-Click" in this case.
I tried with Bridge Control Panel (with 3.3V and 5.0V), but not working, as
seen in then attchament picture!
2017-11-01 10:43 GMT-02:00 Noriaki Tanaka <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
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Problem programming CY8CMBR3110 with miniprog 3
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Thank you for your reply.
I understand that the connection between the MiniProg3 and the MBR3110 has problem.
At first please confirm the power and I2C lines after removing other wires to sensors. Following is my board and its schematic.
The most important thing is the location of the bypass capacitors. Bypass capacitors must be put close to the MBR3110. I see you are using the pin pitch conversion board. Did you put the bypass capacitors 0.1uF and 1uF on the conversion board? If not, MBR3110 would not work.
The VCC pin has a 0.1uF capacitor as a bypass capacitor for an internal regulator. This capacitor must be put close to the MBR3110 too.