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PSoC 5, 3 & 1 MCU

Anonymous
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hello

   

    I am a starter of psoc devices. I have bought CY3210-PSOCEVAL1 and CY3215A-DK In-Circuit Emulation Lite Development Kit.I have read a lot of documents about debugging and find that I also need to buy CY3210-29466 or CY3250-29***. But I have a doubt about how to connect these pod to the target board of CY3210-PSOCEVAL1 as there is no socket for the pod on the evaluation board. The picture of the evaluation board is displayed below.

   

Looking forward to your help!

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JoMe_264151
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You need to remove the PSoC chip from its socket and plug in the POD. Program will be uploaded into the ICE and executed within.

   

A question: Why didn't you choose a more modern PSoC4 board with integrated debug capabilities for quite less money (US$ 10)

   

 

   

Bob

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JoMe_264151
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You need to remove the PSoC chip from its socket and plug in the POD. Program will be uploaded into the ICE and executed within.

   

A question: Why didn't you choose a more modern PSoC4 board with integrated debug capabilities for quite less money (US$ 10)

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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as I have to use the chip cy8c29466, so psoc1 is recommended according to cypress web.

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Anonymous
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I have seen a different look of psoc1, there is a flexible socket as shown below, I don't know where to buy it.

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JoMe_264151
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That socket is a ZIF socket (Zero Insertion Force). It prevents the (expensive) POD from getting damaged. I recommend to use one. You should have a look at one of your local distributors as Mouser   or DigiKey.

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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thank you very much! I will have a try

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