4 Replies Latest reply on Feb 18, 2010 12:50 PM by userc_42488


              I'm using the PsOC designer 5.0 and I found   
      my user modules library disabled.   
      How it is possible?   
      What must I do to enable?   
      I'm not allowed no Operational amplifier to add into design, nor DAC, etc...   
      I have to update something?   
                  Are all the user modules disabled? Please provide below details:   
          PSoC Designer Version and Service Pack   
          PSoC device you are trying to use   
          Operating System and configuration of your PC   
          Can you also attach a screen shot of the PSoC Designer?   
          • 2. Re: USER MODULES DISABLED
                    Well I can use any of the typical user modules as:   
            Amplifiers, ADC, DACs.... in the System Level Chip.   
            But if I switch to Chip level mode I can.   
            The problem is I won't be able to use any of the in the System Level, I can only place the inputs/outputs and interfaces the program has availables, but not the user modules.   
            My version is PsOC Designer 5.0 service pack 6.   
            I think is the lattest.   
            Maybe they're only available in the Chip Level mode?   
            Thanks for all.   
            I attach the screen shot, I'm not able to select any user modules of the tab doing double click.   
            I had a old fashion version of PsOC designer and it let me select the user modules in System Level Project.   
            How it is possible?   
            By the way, you're the PsOC CrACK.   
            • 3. Re: USER MODULES DISABLED
                      Thank you for the compliments!!   
              Yes. The user modules are not available under the System Level design, only under the chip level design. You will have to create a chip level project to be able to place the user modules.   
              • 4. Re: USER MODULES DISABLED
                        But is a little bit contradiction, since if they provided a System Level programming mode and they don't let to use the basic user modules   
                there's no many flexibility.   
                So then I would familiarize with Chip Level Project mode.   
                Thanks again.