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PSoC 5, 3 & 1 MCU

Anonymous
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        As described in the Appendix D , I want stimulate the process by using the display, but when I set the COM Port with PSoC 5LP, it indicates pls select a valid COM port and be sure your psoc is correctly connected and configured, and I connected the J2 and J1 ports to the PC.   
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Isn't the data transfer going through an USBUART communication device? If so, you will have to connect the second USB-port of your Kit to your PC and NOT a serial interface. On the PC side the driver will emulate a COM-port.

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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        Actually, I have connect the J2 to the PC too. I have connected two USB lines to PC directly.   
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Anonymous
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        No, I just connect the PSoC board to the PC directly. So If I want use the display tool, the USBUART is compulsory?   
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Anonymous
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        When I plug in the USB port connected with J2, PC always shows 'USB device not recognized' then I can not use the display tool.   
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There is an USBUART example project built for the KIT-001 and PSoC5LP. Can you get that to work?

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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        Hi, Bob. I think I need install the driver first, and I found the .inf file in the generated source file, but could you tell me how to install it?   
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Anonymous
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        When I right click the file, it indicates that can not support this method of installing.   
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Esteemed Contributor II

Try here: www.cypress.com/

   

In some cases you have to de-install formerly installed USB drivers. On nirsoft.net you can find a free tool named USBDeview64 which is able to do that.

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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        Hi Bob, thanks. But when I download the software, the former one indicates cannot complete the wizard driver installation, the other one indicates the product confiuration is missing.   
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Esteemed Contributor II

Can you be more precise with the errormessages you got(screen shot)?

   

What OS do you use?

   

Can you attach an actual project archieve?

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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        Hi I will attach them individually. 1st one is the Archive of the project archive.   
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Anonymous
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        The message is shown as the attachment. And I am using 32-bit operating system.   
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Esteemed Contributor II

On nirsoft is of course a USBDeview for 32-bit systems, use that for de-installation.

   

Keep in mind the order of connection: when your PSoC5 is not running, the USB will not enumerate

   

1. Program your Kit

   

2. Run

   

3. Connect 2nd USB cable

   

4. Should enumerate now.

   

5. Proceed with PC software

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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        Hi Bob, excuse me. Do u mean enumerate is debugging step by step?   
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No, When an USB device is connected to a host (PC) there is an information exchange between them which is called "Enumeration".

   

Debugging your code until enumeration is finished may hinder the communication.

   

There are three (3) successive cals to USBUART:

   

USBUART_Start();

   

while(USBUART_GetConfiguration()); // Wait for enumeration

   

USBUART_CDC_Init();

   

 

   

Bob

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