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PSoC 4 MCU

Honored Contributor

Hi,

I would like to confirm the specifications of PSoC4L

The PSoC4L data sheet has the following specifications.

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The selected device is CY8C4248BZI-L489.

However, PSoC Creator does not allow you to set 104MHz, up to 50.4MHz.

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Currently, the selected device is displayed as 50.4MHz.

Is there a PSoC4L device that supports 104MHz PLL output now?

Or are there any plans to release it in the future?


Regards,

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Employee

The PLL IP itself in PSoC4L is capable of 104MHz as shown as the datasheet you suggested (001-91686 Rev. *J : SID414), but PLL legal rang is depending on each device.

Then it’s available the PLL range (min 22.5MHz and max 50.4MHz) in the PSoC4L device.

It is timing closed at a much lower frequency, so it is not allowed to run the PLL output above 50.4 MHz as PSoC4L device. 

So the PLL IP block spec doesn't apply for max frequency and the chip spec (min 22.5MHz and max 50.4MHz) is applied in PSoC Creator.

Aiko Ohtaka
Infineon Technologies

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Employee

The PSoC Creator would be correct (up to 50.4MHz), but it is necessary to confirm about datasheet notation.

I'll check them as soon as possible.

Aiko Ohtaka
Infineon Technologies
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Employee

The PLL IP itself in PSoC4L is capable of 104MHz as shown as the datasheet you suggested (001-91686 Rev. *J : SID414), but PLL legal rang is depending on each device.

Then it’s available the PLL range (min 22.5MHz and max 50.4MHz) in the PSoC4L device.

It is timing closed at a much lower frequency, so it is not allowed to run the PLL output above 50.4 MHz as PSoC4L device. 

So the PLL IP block spec doesn't apply for max frequency and the chip spec (min 22.5MHz and max 50.4MHz) is applied in PSoC Creator.

Aiko Ohtaka
Infineon Technologies

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Honored Contributor

Aiko-san,

Thank you for your answer.

I understand the contents.

In that case, it would be nice if the data sheet had annotations.

Regards,

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