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Question: Which are the PDL versions that support PSoC 6 MCU or FM Microcontrollers?
Answer: This table lists various PDL versions and the device families that each version supports:
Supported Device Families
PSoC 6 MCU
PSoC 6 MCU
FM0+ and FM4
FM0+, FM3 and FM4
Note that PDL v3.x.x does not support FM devices and PDL v2.x.x do not support PSoC 6 MCU devices.
The PDL reduces the need to understand register usage and bit structures, thus easing software development for the extensive set of peripherals in the MCU portfolios. For more details on the PDL architecture, to download the PDL for your device see the PDL product page.
PDL Versions that Support PSoC 6 MCUs
The PDLv3.x.xsupports PSoC 6 MCUs. This PDL is more than a driver library; it is a complete software development kit. The contents of the PDL 3.1.2 are shown in Figure 1.
The default installation path for the PDL (whether installed by PSoC Creator or independently) is:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress\PDL\3.1.2.
Figure 1. PDL 3.1.2 Contents
PDL Versions that Support FM MCUs
The latest PDL version that supports FM0+ and FM4 MCUs is PDL v2.1.x. You can get more details and you can download from this link.
Note that the PDL v2.1.x does not support the FM3 portfolio. Developers targeting the FM3 portfolio should continue to use PDL 2.0.x.