I am uploading annotation component for the CY8CKIT-042 PSoC4 Pioneer Kit.
The component helps visualizing ports and pins and creating connection diagrams for CY8CKIT-042 PSoC4 Pioneer Kit. It shows pins with direct connection to the ADC_SAR bypass capacitor, OpAmps, USB-I2C bridge, USB-UART bridge, RGB LEDs, Capsense pad, Switch and PMOD connector.
The KIT-042 annotation component can be used in conjunction with Cypress stock annotation components (capacitors, resistors, etc.) as well as small-sized annotation components from the complimentary PSoC Annotation Library:
Attached archive contains KIT-042 component library. Upon installation it will show up in the folder:
The component provided as-is, no liabilities. It is free to use, modify and distribute.
Figure 1. Component default appearance
Figure 2. Typical component use in conjunction with complimentary PSoC Annotation Library (Diffeferntial pre-amp example).
If the pins are brought out to the headers, terminated with pullups, labeled on
PCB, why does user not have access to them ? What if I am not using I2C as
pins are shown on the annotation ?
One could use those pins, even with pullups, in some applications. They
could even be analog pins if driven with a low Z sensor or signal.
Too bad pullups were not a jumper option, and pins generally available if not using
Thanks for the reply, at least I am not going nuts ....
Too bad the annotation library did not have a vertically flipped pinout as well.
I made up one on left for my own purposes, using manual image of board, which is flipped
from the annotation version.
Although I guess had I known about the annotation lib I would have not made up my own.
Just a thought.
It looks like your picture of the Pioneer Board is identical to the KIT-042 annotation stub, or I am not getting it. The blue-colored annotation to the right of the photo is by Chris Keeser.
I pulled pic out of board user manual and modified it when I started
project a few weeks ago. Before I knew about the annotation stuff.