I think that you need to download and install PSoC Programmer.
You can download it from the following URL.
Please get the newest one.
BTW, the "device" you need to select is "CY8C5888LTI-LP097", just to make sure ;-)
Thank you very much.
I managed to select the CY8C5888LTI-LP097 but do you know why in my »pins » window I have the chip and not the C8CKIT-059 ?
I mean, I want to assign a LED at a certain my pin, e.g 42 but the program says that I can’t because it is a supply pin.
thank you for your help
PSoC Creator has knowledge of PSoC devices such as the CY8C5888LTI-LP097 but does not have knowledge of the Cypress Kits.
It is easy to assign the LED if you know the Port and bit. For example on the CY8CKIT-059 the Blue LED is attached to port 2 bit 1 (P2) in the Pins tab of the DWR.
Therefore if you created a LED output in the TopDesign schematic like:
You can go to the Pins tab of the DWR and select P2 as the Port.
Then in your code you can turn on the LED by:
or off by:
or toggle by:
First of all, when you create a new project, the workbench will look like this.
At first, I will click the center pane then select 100 (or bigger) in the left upper size area, so that I can see the parts in the schematic.
Then I select a part to use, in this case, a "Digital Output Pin",
and drag it onto the schematic area and release.
Now a new Pin is placed in the schematic. (<- spell corrected)
Please double click the pin to open the configuration dialog.
It will look like
Then change the name of pin, here I named it "LED"
and uncheck "HW connection".
Then select "OK"
Now your schematic will look like
Then please double click "Pins" in the left side pane "Design Wide Resources > Pins "
Then select "P2" as it is the pin connected to the LED1 of CY8CKIT-059.
Now click generate application icon in the left upper short-cut icon area
After application is generated, double click "main.c" in the left pane
Edit main.c something like
Then click the debugger icon
If nothing was wrong, you will be in the debugger screen.
If you click "Resume" icon, the debugger will start the program and LED will blink every second..
if we are lucky.
You can click Stop Icon to quite debugger.
Time to feed my cat.