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There are (nearly) no restrictions in a PSoC5 for the number of UARTs you use and for the pins you connect them to.
Watch out for the glucometer's output voltage!!! It might be the case that the output is leveled to +-12V as an RS232 interface. This might easily damage your -059 board. Way out is to use a level-shifter as the MAX232.
Hi Bob and thanks for the response!
Yeah, that is the case and I am using a max3232 to address that problem. I forgot to include that in my description.
So, I will be able to make the connections I was describing above and power the module from the psoc?
VTARG is connected to USB VBUS, so your devices will be powered from USB. Depending on the current your glucometer requires it will work. Or not.
Thanks Bob for taking the time and respond.
After reading all your responses I won't be afraid to power up everything and see what happens. According to the datasheet the module does not need more than 100mA.