Looking to Migrate to a 32-bit PSoC? | Cypress Semiconductor
Looking to Migrate to a 32-bit PSoC?
PSoC Designer and its User Modules enabled Cypress's customers to easily designs programmable hardware systems with a GUI-based, hardware + firmware co-development environment.
Although the PSoC 1 is still a perfect fit for several applications, some designs require more processing horsepower and larger instruction sets.
This is where the 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M0-based PSoC 4 family comes into play.
Since its inception in 2012, the PSoC 4 family has expanded into a large portfolio of 32-bit Programmable SoCs with several mixed-signal peripheral blocks, including a HDL-programmable Universal Digital Block (UDB).
PSoC 4 devices are available in Flash sizes ranging from 16KB - 256KB, and CPU speeds from 16MHz - 48MHz.
Are you ready to make the leap to 32-bit PSoCs? For a quick and easy start:
- Download the PSoC Creator IDE for free.
PSoC Creator supports all PSoC 3 (8051), PSoC 4 (Cortex®-M0) and PSoC 5 (Cortex®-M3) devices and offers a powerful schematic capture-based editor to design your hardware systems, complete with a user-friendly code editor for firmware development.
- Buy the $4 PSoC 4 Prototyping Kit, or the $25 PSoC 4 M-Series Pioneer Kit (Arduino shield compatible)
- Create your first 32-bit PSoC design by reading through the Getting Started with PSoC 4 Application Note