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The pdf link which you had provided does not work. Please attach the PDF.
Are you trying to interface PSoC with LAN? If yes, then is there a separate LAN controller or you want to implement that using PSoC itself.
There are various application notes available on our website for battery level management, link for some of them are as follows:
Thanks for your reply.
Sorry for not attaching that pdf . Now i have attached two links of the pdfs
1)We have decided to use MPPT algo based solar charge controller http://www.cypress.com/?docID=21164
2) And yes we are interfacing with LAN for that we have decided to use this http://www.sphinxcomputer.de/produktdb/documents/327_2365.pdf
we are trying to interface thePsoc in the Charge controller (1st link) with the network enabler for RS232 devices (2nd link) serially
Is the above idea possible
And also you said there is a LAN controller available could u pls provide the link for that ill also have a look at it.
327_2365.pdf 164.2 K
Yes,this does look possible.
I was concerned that the MPPT design might not have any spare I/O, but in looking at the schematic at :
It appears that P1 and P1 are not used,
which would leave you the two (2) pins required for UART RX/TX.
You would need to use software handshaking (XON/XOFF) unless two addtional pins
were available for RTS/CTS (I don't think they are unless you retask two pins...
You would need to add a UART component to the MPPT reference design,
and add the code necessary to communicate with the MOXA Ethernet adaptor.
Sounds like a fun project, good luck.
I have been searching for the product page of the following PowerPSoC® - MPPT Solar Charger with Integrated LED Driver but couldnt find it . I want to put the rate for my project proposal can anybody help.....