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Esteemed Contributor

Hi,

I would like to configure input pin to output pin like H/W wire in PSOC 6 processor.

In the PSoC Creator is easy to configure it as below.

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If I do the same with Device Cofigurator, how should I configure it?

Thanks,

Kenshow

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Hello Kenshow,

Digital signals cannot be routed through the Digital System Interconnect (DSI) in ModusToolbox, which reduces the on-chip connectivity options available. This is generally presented as using a non-preferred connection (yellow) in PSoC Creator.

In the device configurator, you can only route to a specific set of dedicated pins which is why you see only some pins which can be routed from pin P0[4].

Regards,

Dheeraj

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In the device configurator, each of the pins have a tab called Internal Connection which you can use to route to other pins, peripherals, etc as shown below:

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Make sure you also configure the right drive modes based on your application.

Regards,

Dheeraj

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Esteemed Contributor

Hi Dheeraj,

I would like to connect P0[3] and P0[4] pin.

Unfortunately, Internal connection dose not show the pins for connection to.

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I am using PSoC6 BLE Pioneer kit CY8CKIT-062-BLE.

Thanks,

Kenshow

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Hello Kenshow,

Digital signals cannot be routed through the Digital System Interconnect (DSI) in ModusToolbox, which reduces the on-chip connectivity options available. This is generally presented as using a non-preferred connection (yellow) in PSoC Creator.

In the device configurator, you can only route to a specific set of dedicated pins which is why you see only some pins which can be routed from pin P0[4].

Regards,

Dheeraj

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Esteemed Contributor

Hi Dheeraj,

You point out that Modus Toolbox in my case cannot configure hardwire.

Is it okay in my understanding that the only way to express this configuration is by using a software expression?

Thanks,

Kenshow

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Esteemed Contributor

Dear Kenshow-san,

If you can put up with using Pins from Port 8 and/or Port 9,

you could use SmartIO, which will let you connect input and output (almost) directly by hardware.

Best Regards,

6-May-2020

Motoo Tanaka

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Honored Contributor

Kenshow,

As Dheeraj indicated you can't get access to the DSI through MTB but only through PSoC Creator.

There may be a solution.  Not an elegant one but still a solution.

    1. Create the connection using PSoC Creator and TopDesign and the DWR for pin assignments.
    2. Use the UDBport tool from Rolf.  See link:  How do I create a custom UDB solution in the Modus toolbox?
    3. Follow the instructions from UDBport to access the UDB/DSI configuration in MTB.

I've converted two projects with UDBs from PSoC Creator to MTB with success.

Len

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
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Esteemed Contributor

Hi all,

Thanks for the useful information.

Kenshow

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