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PSoC 6 MCU

Anonymous
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Hi everyone,

I'm quite new to PSoC and still don't understand how to transfer data all that well. I have a project using the MPU6050 motion sensor.

Right now, I'm trying to transfer the data over to BCP but it's not going smoothly. The BCP either refused to run or the result goes to 0. It's probably not a problem with my source code, since it runs well in TeraTerm (I don't know if it's a problem with the UART source code though). I used this code as a reference for the BCP transfer code.

Thanks in advance,

Dhiya

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ShipingW_81
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As per mentioned in the project link you provided, you need to refer to the help documentation of BCP to load the .iic file as well as the .ini file before start the printing.

Please follow the steps shown in 'RX8 Example (COM-port)'. See below capture.

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ShipingW_81
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As per mentioned in the project link you provided, you need to refer to the help documentation of BCP to load the .iic file as well as the .ini file before start the printing.

Please follow the steps shown in 'RX8 Example (COM-port)'. See below capture.

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Anonymous
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Hi fwan,

Thanks for your response. I don't have a MiniProg3, what I have is the CySmart BLE USB dongle, will that work?

I skipped step 1-4 because of this and connected my PSoC board straight to my laptop and set up the command and chart in BCP but it constantly returns 0 as a result. Is this because I didn't said steps?

Dhiya

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ShipingW_81
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Do you have a piece of CY8CKIT-062-BLE DVK board on your hand? The KitProg2 on board can also acts as a UART-USB bridge.

What you need to do is just to connect DVK board to your PC through Type-C connector.

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