1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 26, 2016 6:59 AM by user_242978793

    Problem with CY8CKIT-049 with MiniProg3

    user_271283479

      Hello Experts!

         

      I have been using the kit CY8CKIT-049 for quite some time now and have delivered a few successful tasks.

         

      However, there has been a problem with the kits that they can not be acquired by MiniProg3.

         

      I have 7 such kits now - 3 of them just out of the pack - that can not be recognized by MiniProg3 - with Creator and with Programmer.

         

      The MiniProg3 seems Ok because I can still program some older kits.

         

      This is now a real problem, and any help would be highly appreciated

         

      Thanks!

         

      Prerak Sheth

         

       

         

      Additional Info: Log from psoc programmer

         

      Program Finished at 4:58:17 PM                                    | 
                                                                        | FAILED! PSoC device is not acquired! Check connection of the chip to the programmer
      Please, check the following items:
       - the connection between the programmer and the PSoC;
       - the correct programming protocol is selected;
       - the correct connector option is selected.
      Program Requested at 4:58:13 PM                                   | 
      Successfully Connected to MiniProg3/1506DD0002EC at 4:58:07 PM    | MiniProg3 version 2.05 [3.08/2.08]
      Opening Port at 4:58:06 PM                                        | 
      Device set to CY8C4245AXI-483 at 4:58:05 PM                       | 32768 FLASH bytes
      Device Family set to CY8C4xxx at 4:58:05 PM                       | 
      Active HEX file set at 4:58:05 PM                                 | C:\Users\prerak\Documents\Code\Integra GSM Alert\GSM_16Bit\GSM_16Bit.cydsn\CortexM0\ARM_GCC_493\Debug\GSM_16Bit.hex
                                                                        |  
                                                                        | Users must be aware that the following PSoC device should not be powered or programmed at 5V. Doing so will cause damage to the device: CYRF89xxx
      Session Started at 4:58:05 PM                                     | PPCOM Version 20.0