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The final app note in our series provides introductory guidelines and best practices for developing PSoC® 1 systems, highlighting a number of common mistakes. We also give you a brief introduction to the devices in the PSoC 1 family, as well as the software and support collateral available. http://www.cypress.com/?rID=2848...
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 26 Sep 2013 by Stub for 6137682
Want an in-depth description of the PSoC® Designer initialization process for PSoC 1? This app note covers it from the release of reset to the start of C code execution in main, including instructions on how to modify the interrupt vector table to execute custom interrupt service routines. http://www.cypress.com/?rID=...
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 26 Sep 2013 by Stub for 6137682
See how you can use the CY8C28xxx family to quickly and easily interface with TMP05 and TMP06 digital temperature sensors. http://www.cypress.com/?rID=63613
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 26 Sep 2013 by Stub for 6137682
AN78646 describes the key concepts of power management, including voltage sequencing, fault detection, voltage and current monitoring, real-time trimming, and I2C host communication. The associated example project delivers a fully integrated power management system solution using PSoC ®1. http://www.cypress.com/?rID=63431...
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 26 Sep 2013 by Stub for 6137682
Our next app note shows you how to develop 4-wire BLDC fan control systems using PSoC® 1. The four example projects demonstrate how to use the Fan controller IP to manage BLDC fans in various configurations, radically reducing your development time. http://www.cypress.com/?rID=62757
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 26 Sep 2013 by Stub for 6137682
Get started using flash memory in PSoC® 1 with AN2015! We discuss the PSoC 1 flash architecture including the read/write algorithms, protection modes and their impact on user applications. The included example projects demonstrate the two methods for reading and writing to flash memory within a user application: the E2PROM User Module and the...
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 26 Sep 2013 by Stub for 6137682
AN50987 discusses I2C protocol basics, how we implemented I2C in PSOC 1 and a brief overview of each I2C User Module (UM) with their advantages and disadvantages. In addition, special I2C considerations are discussed, such as pull-up resistors, clock stretching, ISSP, and Hot Swapping. After reading this application note, you should have an...
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 26 Sep 2013 by Stub for 6137682
This application note introduces the elements of the PSoC® 1 debugger system and explains how to configure and use them effectively in PSoC Designer. Several debugging techniques are described to help you solve common problems, such as stack overflow and memory corruption. A troubleshooting guide is also included. http://...
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 26 Sep 2013 by Stub for 6137682
The PSoC® 1 family combines the benefits of an ASIC with the convenience of an off-the-shelf device, but without the limitation of a fixed implementation. This application note describes the capabilities of PSoC 1 devices and the PSoC Designer development environment used to configure and program those devices. Included are introductory...
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 17 Jul 2013 by Stub for 6137682
Have you been looking for your user module data sheets in PDF format, only to find a grayed out selection? There's a reason for that, and a way to get them back. A little background: we've been trying to reduce the size of the PSoC Designer download to help out our customers with slow internet connections. Since we already have HTML-formatted...
Posted to PSoC Designer News on 22 Jun 2013 by Stub for 6137682

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