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You could use an UART component on the PSoC side and connect Rx and Tx to the KitProg on the pioneer kit. The UART data will use the USB-interface and you will see an emulated com-port on the PC side which you can use with LabView, Hyperterminal or PuTTY. Look at this thread for wiring the UART on pioneer.
To connect to LabView in PSOC -
1) Use UART, thats easiest interface and ease of configuration
2) Use USB, more difficult, possibly USBUART in PSOC.
To use UART you would need an RS232 translator to convert PSOC
TTL signals to RS232 levels for PC.
I tried to transmit a Psoc 4 project (which is already displaying data on a LCD) to pc using UART and i'm failed to do. Can anyone provide me a sample project for transferring a working project on LCD to PC using UART.
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This is my project (attached zip file), which used to count the radiation using Geiger counter and displays the counter values on the Character LCD. So now i want to display the counters from the LCD to PC using Comm port (Hyper terminal or Putty). So i need help in transferring the data from Psoc 4 to PC using UART and make the counter values display on comm port. Please help me with this problem.
DigitalSignal_counter.zip 1.8 MB
The basic approach -
1) Place a Tx UART
2) Start UART
3) Convert counter value to a string using nano library sprintf()
http://www.cypress.com/?id=4&rID=87354 newlib-nano -u_printf_float command line linker to enable library
Use attached to create formatting string for sprintf conversion.
Declare char array say 20 chars to hold output of sprintf()
4) Use PrintString() API of UART to transmit string
5) Remeber to set PC UART and PSOC 4 UART to same baud rate, stop bits, no flow control.....
There are sample projects to look at, Creator Start page. "Find Example Projects"
printf21.pdf 81.5 K