In the PSOC 4 family there is restricted routing, more so than the 3 and 5LP families.
Low cost parts equate to less features, a fact we all face as designers.
Best to post your project so forum can evaluate the root cause of the problem.
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First, I have just been adding peripherals to my .cysh from a blank sheet and I really don't know what I am doing yet.
Not sure what stops me from adding too many PWM's for instance the way PIC's Code Configurator does.
But I figure it should build.
Wow, that was a bigger file than expected :)
Widget.cywrk_.Archive01.zip 2.9 MB
I moved it to P1 and I get even more complicated errors which I saw when I tried this before.
I went to the report file and it was no help so I went back to P5 and started the thread.
Any ideas when you put it to P1?
So, the wording of your find, made me go back and look at the properties of the AMSINT pin.
On the input tab where you select the falling edge interrupt trigger, I saw a Sync Mode parameter which rung the bell. I set it to Transparent and Voila!
Unfortunately, I now get the more complicated error I spoke of above!
On this specific route I would file a CASE, unless someone else can explain
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Thanks for your help!!
I will do it in the morning.
It turns out I made a simple error by routing my I2C lines backwards, not sure why it would 'let' me do that.
I had put SDA to SCK and SCK to SDA.
Great support, I had the answer within a couple hours of creating ticket!