The project I am working on will be using several PSoC devices that interact with each other. I am currently working on the first one but thinking about the next step.
When I have several PSoC devices, I would like to have PSoC Creators connected to them simultaneously so that I can program and debug the interactions. For example, if I started two instances of PSoC creator, could I "connect" one to device one and the other to device two? Right now, I just start up PSoC Creator, plug in a device and it just works -- PSoC creator seems to automatically find the device. Windows device manager says there is a KitProg USB-UART (Com14) from a FreeSoC2 board.
If I plug in a second device (I currently only have one; waiting for more hardware) what should I expect to happen? Will there be some way to select which device each instance of PSoC creator connects to?
You need USB connections for each of your kitprogs. There is a dialog "Select Debug Target" to connect Creator to a specific target. Your problem will be to distinguish the boards when connecting ;-)