I find psoc creator 2.0 support this device. Hoping to help the people who have the samo question with me.
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PSoC5 has been obsolete several years ago. So that the device is not available in latest versions of PSoC Creator after PSoC Creator 2.0.
Kindly refer to its advanced replacement: PSoC5LP in your new design.
What does the LP stand for?
I just began to learn psoc. Thanks for your guidance.
I didn't find the difference with other series
Yes, LP was supposed to stand for 'low power'. The difference to the obsolete PSoC5 series was mainly silicon bug fixes.