AFAIK the bridge control panel is designed for use with the CY3240 USB-I2C Bridge Kit, which uses a PSoC1 chip (CY8C24894). Did you program your PSoC3 to behave exactly the same? Otherwise it seems no wonder that the bridge control panel doesn't talk with your PSoC3...
Forget my last post, I just read through the documentation and saw that it indeed is useful for more than just this kit.
But still: did you follow one of the examples to verify that your basic setup (nd hardware) is OK? E.g. the "RX8_Sin_X Example for ComPort" from the Bridge Control panel 1.8 documentation? That way you could verify your setup, and the steps you need to take (it doesn't seem so simple judging from the documention).
Last but not least, you can also try to install a COM-Port-Sniffer to look at the data going through it, maybe that helps too...
Hello, I need know how get the Brige Control Panel?
Welcome in the forum.
When you have Cypress Creator installed (completely) the bridge control panel will be installed under Start -> Cypress.
My Bridge control panel is unistalled, I have done a repair installation, but the bridge control panel is not installed. Please direct me to another link for installation.