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PSoC 6 MCU

SuSh_1535366
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Hello,

I want to know the CPU current of the PSoC61 series, but the datasheet only has information about dual-core device (why?).

Please tell me the CPU current specifications for single-core products.

Regards,

Shimamura

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Rakshith
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Hi @SuSh_1535366

In PSoC 61 devices, the CM0+ exists and is reserved for system functions like flash write, eFuse read/write, etc. It is not available for application programming. This is why the datasheet contains information regarding the CM0+ CPU. 

You can also find this information in the datasheet - 

Rakshith_0-1614062909717.png

Thanks and Regards,
Rakshith M B

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Rakshith
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Hi @SuSh_1535366

In PSoC 61 devices, the CM0+ exists and is reserved for system functions like flash write, eFuse read/write, etc. It is not available for application programming. This is why the datasheet contains information regarding the CM0+ CPU. 

You can also find this information in the datasheet - 

Rakshith_0-1614062909717.png

Thanks and Regards,
Rakshith M B

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SuSh_1535366
New Contributor II

Hello Rakshith,

I overlooked the relevant part of the datasheet.
I see that the CM0+ core was also included in PSoC61.

What is the operating mode of CM0+ when PSoC61 is running?
Active, Sleep, or Disable?

Does the CM0+ operating mode have to be controlled from CM4?

Regards,
Shimamura

 

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Rakshith
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Hi Shimamura-san, 

I apologize for the delay in my response. 

What is the operating mode of CM0+ when PSoC61 is running?
Active, Sleep, or Disable?

The CM0+ CPU will be in deep sleep mode.

Does the CM0+ operating mode have to be controlled from CM4?

No,  whenever there is a system call that needs to be handled, the CM0+ will be woken up by events/interrupts and it goes back to deep sleep after completion.

Thanks and Regards,
Rakshith M B
SuSh_1535366
New Contributor II

Hi Rakshith,

Thank you for your answer.

Shimamura

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