Point 1 answer is yes. Point 2 what spec are you looking for? Point 3 answer is yes,
I'm looking for a complete datasheet, like other MCU's I'm working with.
Never seen a datasheet with only 47 pages, it is usually 1000+ containing all the peripherals, registers, power management etc.
Thanks but that's not what I'm looking for.
Where is the registers map? Timers,RTC, Power and all the other peripherals specification?
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Welcome in the forum.
Yes, these manuals exists. Are you fond of reading cryptic 1000+ page reference manuals?
There is Creator which offers you a single datasheet for each component your PSoC has got. CPU? Look at ARM M0 or M3 (PSoC5)
Accessing "registers" apart from the 16 CPU ones? Search for PSoC Register TRM, but I assure you that your local phone book is more thrilling.
I would suggest you to:
Go through the list of available components, when interested right click and select "open datasheet".
On Start Page: select "find code example" and see how things ate made to work
Download and install your CY8CKIT-042 BLE files
On Start Page: select "Kits" and see examples for your kit.
Thank you for your answer.
When choosing a component for a new product, it is important for me to know about its capabilities.
Because I don't have the kit yet, I have nothing to ask and look for in the datasheet.
From my experience , the MCU datasheet is an important resource in the development process. I asked about it because the length looked strange to me (after writing code to similar products for years).