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USB Low-Full-High Speed Peripherals

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Does anybody have the file MSC_EEPROM_scan_LCP_v2.bin ?  If so, I would greatly appreciate it if you shared it with me.

   

Thanks,

   

Helmut

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Anonymous
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 I got the file from tech support.  As soon as I get permission to post it here for the benefit of others, I'll do so...

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Anonymous
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Here are the support files for AN15484, including MSC_EEPROM_scan_LCP_v2.bin.  I received them from customer support and got permission to post them here.  Note also that there are NO PLANS to add 64-bit OS support for the driver used to program the EZ-Host chip Cy7C67300.

   

Note that the attached zip contains the rar archive that I was given.

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And here's the October 2010 version of the app note itself, which is also now missing from the Cypress website.  It's newer than the one inside the support file zip/rar, which is dated August 2007.

   

For completeness, note the following problems I encountered with the app note:

   

(1) The reference schematic has a minor error on the CY7C67300 pinout at UNUSED pins A17, A18.  The correct pinout is A17=96, A18=95.

   

(2) The 47K resistor between U7 and gate and U2 SRAM totally squelched by chip select signal.  I bypassed it with 0 ohms.  I did confirm it was a 47K that I removed.  I used AND gate NL17SZ08DFT2G SRAM chip CY7C1021CV33-10ZSXA.

   

Otherwise, I've so far gotten to the point of my custom EZHOST board booting up, enumerating the USB Flash Drive, and then doing a directory listing of the drive, all coordinated from my separate custom PSoC5 board.  I find it takes a little over 6 seconds from power up to USB Flash Drive recognized as inserted.  I used MSC_EEPROM_scan_LCP_v2.bin.

   

-Helmut

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Anonymous
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 Thank you for sharing 🙂

   

 

   

Regards,

   

Gayathri

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Anyone has done a project of USB Pan Drive in a PSOC if yes then please share me some information. 

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