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When I use the SmartSense_EMCplus module together with a custom Rawdata Filter, the sensor gets stuck always.
In PSoC® 1 CapSense® modules, sensor rawdata and baseline are always stored in waSnsResult and waSnsBaseline arrays. In general, both these arrays are updated after the InitializeBaselines() API is executed, but this is not true for SmartSense_EMC and SmartSense_EMCplus modules.
In SmartSense_EMC and SmartSense_EMCplus modules, waSnsResult remains in an unassigned state until ScanSensor() (or ScanAllSensors()) functions are executed. Therefore, if you use a custom filter in your project, execute ScanSensor() (or ScanAllSensors()) functions once before initializing the filter.