I am still in the design phase of my widget so I need to know what features and prices each available version of the PRoC BLE has.
I found the feature list in the CYBL10X6X Family Datasheet, but prices were another matter. I could not find the prices on the 'Buy and Sample' tab of the website. I had to enter a site search for PRoC BLE and then click on the 'Show more' after a couple of (non-device) prices did show up.
Anyway, I assembled the below chart of all the features that actually change in the product range and their 1000 pc prices.
Now, my current issue is with available timers and PWM's. I realize and have looked at the differences between PWM and TCPWM but I still confused as to how many are on each device.
From the CYBL10X6X Family Datasheet we see that:
These PWMs are in addition to the TCPWMs. The PWM
peripheral can be configured as 8-bit or 16-bit resolution. The
PWM provides compare outputs to generate single or continuous
timing and control signals in hardware. It also provides an easy
method of generating complex real-time events accurately with
minimal CPU intervention. A maximum of four 8-bit PWMs or two
16-bit PWMs are available'
Now when you combine the table and the above paragraph, I would make the determination that the inexpensive CYBL10162-56LQXI is the ONLY device that actually has 4 of the PWM peripherals.
Is that a correct determination?