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UPDATE: $25 SchmartBoard for PSoC - Promo Code Inside (Extended 3 days)

PSoC is opening doors everywhere.  SchmartBoard just pre-released a new Schmartboard supporting 68-pin QFN packaged PSoC 3 and PSoC 5LP.  This allows for easy soldering of the PSoC processor in a 68-pin QFN package and I2C EEPROM.  It's a nice little proto board at a $25 price tag.

Although typically not populated with the PSoC, they have a special offer until April 10th just for PSoC Creator users.  Type "Schmartboard Loves PSoC" in the special instructions at checkout and they will ship your PSoC Schmartboard with a free bootloaded PSoC 5LP soldered onto the board.  I've got my board on order for the mid-April shipment. 

 

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UPDATE:  My mistake gives you a few more days.  Since I forgot to warn everyone 4/9 that you had 24 hours left, the guys at SchmartBoard have agreed to extend the promotion code though Sunday!  I'll check back in with everyone in a few weeks to see how your schmart projects are coming.  

Comments

pnielsen3's picture

I could not find the promo code. I ordered 4 boards. They are unpopulated. I sent an email to cancel the order. What is the promo code??

Weil's picture

In the special instructions box at checkout, you just type "Schmartboard Loves PSoC". It's not the coupon code box - it's the special instructions box. A bit odd but the guys at Schmartboard are well set up to capture the code in the special instructions.

Weil's picture

In the special instructions box during checkout, you just need to type "Schmartboard Loves PSoC".

It's not the coupon code box - it's the special instructions. The guys at Schmartboard are well set up to capture the code out of the special instructions.

zeta's picture

Silly me tried to use the coupon on the coupon box.
Thanks for the info.

What I like about this board is that you can choose the PSOC3/PSOC5 you want to solder. It would be awesome if we could also use a PSOC4 on this board, still waiting for package and pinout information tho.

tmostad's picture

I received my board started working in PSoC Creator but can't figure out how to program the device. Clicking the program icon status results in the error message "Port Acquire Failed". Any ideas of what to do next? Thanks!

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