Can it be you are using a Cypress kit and the pin is already in use on your board?
Have a look into your kit schematics. When still stuck, post a complete workspace archive.
Thx for your Answer but sadly it still does not work.
The kit that I am working on is the CY8CKIT-001
here is my Project it is a costomized exampleproject (LPComperator_PSoC4_Example)
You did not follow the instructions I gave you. Please use
Creator->File->Create Workspace Bundle (minimal)
and attach the resulting file.
The fitter assigned pins from different LPComps. See to define the pins to use and have them locked in pin-view. See attached corrected project.
And: You are not using a CY8CKIT-001 which is a PSoC5 kit. Probably you are using a PSoC4 -042 pioneer kit. There P0_2 and P0_3 are already in use for the on-board LEDs
1. after Locking them it still does not work (constant Highlevel)
2. YES i am using a CY8CKIT-001 with a PSoC4 modul. (you can also put a PSoC5 , PSoC3 or even a PSoC1 on it.
but i am using it with the PSoC4 Modul (CY8C4245AXI-483)
3. I took a lock at the Analog Setup and i have noticed that there is no Output on the Analog Setup...
thx for the Help so far but i Need more
It looks like you forgot to clear the interrupt in your LPComp interrupt handler?
Try adding this:
And you should lock the pins to IO pins that you know will not be set to invalid values and you can read/measure on your own.
hey I am just chacking it throug but it is looking good so far.
i am getting something on the Output now.
Thank you very much for all of your help