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PSoC 5, 3 & 1 MCU

Anonymous
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Hello Everybody,

   

I got a new psoc CY8CKIT 059 and I saw that it has 2 boards connected and it has 2 psoc ( one on each board ). I looked in the user manual and there said that this little "bridge" can be broken in two pieces if the developer wishes. So, why I would do that? What is the main functionality of each part? After I brake it I could program the psoc parts again ?

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The smaller PCB is the "KitProg", the PSoC programmer. You could use that snappedd-off part to program and debug your own boards. When you use the -59 Kit as a real prototype you may want to use a smaller board without the programmer. When snapped off you have to connect the two boards with wires again to program the kit.

   

 

   

Bob

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Esteemed Contributor II

The smaller PCB is the "KitProg", the PSoC programmer. You could use that snappedd-off part to program and debug your own boards. When you use the -59 Kit as a real prototype you may want to use a smaller board without the programmer. When snapped off you have to connect the two boards with wires again to program the kit.

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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Ok, I understood. Thank you Bob Marlowe!

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