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PSoC 5, 3 & 1 MCU

Anonymous
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Hello,

I am new to the cypress. I am using cypress creator. I am successfully blink LED 3 using p6[2] pin and LED 4 using p6[3] pin on psoc 3 kit. Now i am trying to blink led 1 and led 2 but i dont get a pin configuration for that led's. There is a prototyping area near which led1 and led2 are brought out. So my question is how to blink this leds? and what is the use of prototyping area?

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EvPa_264126
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Look at the schematic. led 1 and led 2 are output to connector P6:

led 1 = P6.4

led 2 = P6.3

You must connect the contacts you want to use with them.

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EvPa_264126
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Look at the schematic. led 1 and led 2 are output to connector P6:

led 1 = P6.4

led 2 = P6.3

You must connect the contacts you want to use with them.

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Anonymous
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Many thanks for your reply  user_49271930​​. ​ LED 4 and LED 2 are output connected to the same pin  P6.3.

So is it possible to use these leds at the same time?

Regards.

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EvPa_264126
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These are different objects.

P6.4 P6.3 are the pins on the board  (connector P6)  for  LED1  and  LED2,

and P6 (2) P6 (3) - port 6 PSoC (for LED3 and LED4)Leds.png

Anonymous
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Evgeniy Pavlov Thank you.​  Is there any external hardware required? How to use this connector p6?

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EvPa_264126
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You only need two wires.
Here is an example for port 3 (for example P3.4 and P.6)

Pin3.JPG

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Anonymous
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Thanks. In Design.cydwr in System , Is it necessary to set  GPIO and "Enable Device Protection" enable?.

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EvPa_264126
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You wrote:

I am successfully blink LED 3 using p6 [2] pin and LED 4 using p6 [3] pin on psoc 3 kit.

In that project:

1-Connect the wires

2-In Design.cydwr, simply replace p6 [2] with p3 [4]  and  replace p6 [3] with p3 [6]

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Anonymous
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IMG_20181008_111232.jpg

Thanks, it works.

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