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Turn the LED on/off using the Cy_CapSense_IsProximitySensorActive () function provided for Proximity based on the Simple Proximity Sensor Demo ...
Turn the LED on/off using the Cy_CapSense_IsProximitySensorActive () function provided for Proximity based on the Simple Proximity Sensor Demo posted earlier
The previous CE was a program that brightened and darkened the LED according to the distance. When using proximity sensing to turn the switch on and off, it is easy to use the provided Cy_CapSense_IsProximitySensorActive () function.
The program in the main.c file has been changed as follows.
As a matter of fact, the proximity sensing program by MTB has created a project with a shared library up to this program, so all BSP settings are common. Therefore, please use the BSP of Simple Proximity Sensor Demo.
Hi,I am uploading annotation component for the CY8CKIT-042 PSoC4 Pioneer Kit.The component helps visualizing ports and pins and creating connection di...
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: