I am using PSOC6 PROTOTYPEKIT BOARD 。
I am using a Verilog file for DS18B20 testing (I got it from a test in Altera Cyclone IV and it works well). But the file cannot be built in PSOC Creator 4.3
The Screenshot in PSOC Creator 4.3.
The errors occurred in building
It seems that the PSOC Creator 4.3 cannot interpret the line 171
Can't handle expression 'Z' in the final equation for 'org_data(0)'.
And I do not know how to solve it.
And I wonder whether the Verilog syntax in PSOC Creator 4.3 is just a subet of the Verilog syntax in general.
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I have my mux set up for channel 0 and the INJ channel.
I can read channel 0 fine with
ADC_IsEndConversion( ADC_WAIT_FOR_RESULT );
data = ADC_GetResult16( 0 );
But the following doesn't work for the Injection Channel:
ADC_IsEndConversion( ADC_WAIT_FOR_RESULT_INJECT );
data = ADC_GetResult16( ADC_SAR_INJ_RESULT_REG );
I can't find example code anywhere. What am I doing wrong? Thanks!Show Less
when i am building project in Psoc Creator 4.4, i am getting an error as given below..
# An internal error occurred in the fitter: (System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException: The given key was not present in the dictionary.).
Need help for same..!
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We are developing DMC software on PSoC Creator.
We have two kind of SDKs, so I'd like to have one. When porting FW, I think the related files are as follows.
・ xxx.c, xxx.h
Please let me know if there are any files other than the above that I should be careful about when porting.
is there a dark theme option in PSoC creator?
if yes, how can I enable it?
if no, is there a timetable for that?
it would help the developers community greatly.
I'm a mechanical engineer... graduated nearly 10 years ago now... I need to be able to control things and need to build up an entirely new skill set. I was turned on to Psoc because a vendor that designs controllers for my job suggested I start here.
I know it's a lofty goal but I need to learn how to control ICE engines. I'm not an automotive company, just a guy trying to figure out a very serious hobby that will increase my capabilities. I've seen some pretty cool things being done with raspberry pi but for my end application I need something a little more professional.
Where do I start? What software do I use, what programming language do I learn... seriously I know what I'm asking is border line nuts but hey... gotta start somewhere.
I don't want to do anything spectacular, infact the simpler it is the better. I've talked to all of the big aftermarket/race ECU companies and none of them do what I need so here I am.
I'm trying to use the ShiftReg 2.30 component in the schematic editor. I'm looking for a output "pin" to tell me if the input FIFO is empty, so I can stall the clock, at least that's how I'm thinking about it.
The datasheet has a statement saying The Load operation has the hardware restriction that the load event can be provided only when input FIFO is not empty. It seems unclear to me what happens if the Load input is asserted when the FIFO is empty.
Since the only output other then ShiftOut is the Interrupt signal, I'm guessing that might be it, but I'm looking to use it in additional UDB logic, rather than feeding it to the interrupt controller. Can anyone provide more guidance, or a working example link.
Note: An earlier form posting related to using DMA with ShiftReg seems like it might be relevant, but the link to it seems broken.Show Less
Cypress Update Manager is a component of PSoC development products. When you install PSoC Creator or PSoC Programmer, etc., it will be automatically installed and appears in your Windows Start Menu. It’s a tool for managing all PSoC products.
Users could run into a situation that he needs Cypress Update Manager to be uninstalled or reinstalled. In this case, users might find it hard to uninstall Cypress Update Manager, because it doesn’t appear in Apps & Features in Windows Settings.
This is because Cypress Update Manager is installed as a hidden component in Windows, so it won’t appear in Apps & Features. And kindly note that, directly removing the installation directory of Cypress Update Manager won’t get it uninstalled, because it’s a registered software in your system and doing so will cause you many problems.
To truly uninstall Cypress Update Manager, please follow the steps below. And the steps below also help with the case that you accidentally delete the whole installation directory of Cypress Update Manager and find no way to reinstall it.