posted on 29 Mar 2010 9:47 PM PST
8 Forum Posts
I'm a newbie with a need to get my chip Program onto an actual device.
I have a CY3280 Capsense development kit and I've followed along and sent a program to the CY3280SLM- Universal Capsense Linear Slider Module.
There is another board that came with my kit that looks similar, but it has a section of breadboard on it.
Am I wrong to assume that it is with this last board that we can "burn" an actual Cypress PSoC chip?
Because that's what I need to do.
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