2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 13, 2016 10:29 AM by user_1377889

    Cant program PSoC 4 BLE MODULE

    dominik.mair

      Due to an project i am using the psoc 4 ble module to enable a device the ble functionality. To program the module i am using the miniprog 3. Everytime i try to program the module with the psoc programmer i got a fail. The MINIPROG 3 is listed on the psoc programmer so i think there are no driver issues.

         

      My settings are:

         
            
      • Powercycle on because there is no externel power supply
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      • SWD protocol
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      • Controller: CY8C4247LQI-BL483 
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      • 5 pin
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      The connection between the miniprog3 (CY8CKIT-002) and the PSoC 4 BLE MODULE (CY8CKIT-142) is shown in attachment CON1.jpg.   The settings for the psoc programmer and the fail message are shown in attachment PSOCPROG.jpg.

         

      I am looking forward to read your replies. Thx

        • 1. Re: Cant program PSoC 4 BLE MODULE
          dominik.mair

          I solved the problem myself. The solution ist that for some reason you can't use the PSoC programmer to program the PSoC 4 BLE MODULE. You have to program it by following these steps:

             
                
          • In PSoC Creator -> DEBUG -> PROGRAM
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          • click on miniprog3 and open "Port Settings"
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          • Active Protocol: SWD
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          • Clock Speed 24MHz
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          • Acquire Mode: Powercycle
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          • Connector 5 pin 
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          • Press OK and Port acquire
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          • then click on found device under miniprog 3 and click connect
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          • click ok and FINISHED 
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          • 2. Re: Cant program PSoC 4 BLE MODULE
            user_1377889

            Welcome in the forum!

               

            I think you should be able to use the programmer. You will have to make the same settings (power cycle is needed!). Although I would use 1.6MHz as the clock speed.

               

             

               

            Bob