Sven Please send your program so we can check it. If it does the same thing with us I will open a case for you.,
thanks for your quick reply.
The Project is for the CY8C5888LTI-LP097 (also tried template for the kit - results in the same)
It contains a PWM and the Digital Output for the onboard LED.
A simple blink - nothing special.
Blinky_0.zip 2.1 MB
You should use Creator to program your PSoC5, not the programmer (as a first try)
Use the debug icon to program.
Sven: Bob is right if you want to use the Mini Prog 3 you need to break off the Programmer Tab if you fail to do this the existing Programmer will interfere with the Mini Prog 3. Also looking at your program I have made some changes to it. The clock and also the Main.c needed entries for PWM_1 start and the Clock_Start. Now the clock is very accurate. I had no problem programming the board with your program using the on board programmer.
Blinky.Bundle01.zip 1.3 MB
I've tried to program the Board over the debug icon, but it results in exactly the same.
I attached the settings used in Creator as shown in the Details.
And No, i don't want to use the Mini Prog 3 to program the Board, I just want to use the Board as-it-is.
For me it seems like the Device i use (with the ID: 2E 16 10 69) is not known by the programmer software.
So it does not matter whether the device is programmed via the programming software or Creator.
The Error tells exactly that:
"100 - PSoC Device (2E 16 10 69) is not in the DataBase"
- Is there any possibility to check the database of the "PSoC Programmer 3.24.0" ?
- A Reinstallation or the repair-functionality of the Software itself does not help.
- I could not find any devices with the ID: 2E 16 10 69 at the Internet.
-- is that the correct one ?
-- if not, how to fix it ?
This is usually not a database error. I had something similar caused by remnants from former installations.
I strongly suggest you to get in contact with Cypress directly: at top of this page "Design Support -> Create a Support Case". leave a link to this thread and a phone number for a callback (polish up your English)
Try to use a different USB-cable first!
That error points to a memory chip. I have open a case for this issue and I'll Let you know what they find.
Thanks to the Tehnical Support - they gave me the right way to search and find myself an answer.
The Device Database of the programmer wasn't installed properly.
The Devices Folder under "C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress\Programmer\Devices" didn't exist.
So I copied it manually and it worked.
In case - if someone is missing it, too - i've attached the whole folder.
Just extract it and it will work.
Thanks for everyone!
Devices.zip 42.4 K
I am glad that fixed the issue. I hope you enjoy the kit.
If you have a new board and working on PSOC for the first time , it is always better to program an example code first and make sure it works.