The simplest method I can think of is using the test points and utilizing them for transmitting data to PC via hyper terminal. If you'll look at the schematic of the FTPC bridge, then you'll observe there are some test voltage points: TV2, TV3, TV4, TV5. These are connected to P0[2:5]. You can pull out wires and implement UART protocol on these lines. Hope this will help.
I want to program cypress CY8C21234 using cypress first Touch 3270.
I have some quarries :
1. what is the minimum connection require?
2.Can I able to Program cypress CY8C21234 using cypress first Touch 3270?
3.when I try to program one message is come "device ID 00 FF 01 FF is not
in Data base" What's the meaning of these?
Please suggest me how to solve the problem.
You can not use program any other device apart from CY8C21434. The programming dongle is programmed in such a way that it'll program only and only CY8C21434. For programming other devices you have to use either Miniprog, CY32107 ISSP Programmer or CY3215 ICE Cube kit.
hi pushek sir
can we log the data of ADC to any text file or any vector file so that we can plot and analyse it using the MATLAB or any other tool.
A "File" usually resides on an external media as sd-card or a PC. For the latter use USBUART, for the former you'll have to find something yourself, no ready compunent for PSoC1 (but for PSoC3)
There was an SD Card component yanked out of Designer, but you could consider
fixing the bugs. Take a look at this thread -
If your aim is to view and analyze the data real time and also do a data log, then Bridge Control Panel is also a good choice.
You need to configure PSoC device as an I2C Slave and plot the received values from PSoC on the BCP.
Looks like there is going to be a release of SDCARD module update soon -
Looks like a module that might come in next Designer release ?
Also, if you want to graph your datalog results, here is an application that
is pretty slick -
Free if non commercial, low license if otherwise.