Cypress.com: Documentation http://www.cypress.com/?app=search&searchType=advanced&id%3D1377 CY8C201A0: CapSense® Express™ Slider Capacitive Controllers http://www.cypress.com/?rID=13255 CapSense® Express™ Slider Capacitive Controllers

Features

  • Capacitive Slider and Button Input
  • Target Applications
  • Low Operating Current
  • Industry's Best Configurability
  • Advanced Features
  • Wide Range of Operating Voltages
  • I2C Communication
  • Industrial Temperature Range: –40°C to 85°C.
  • Available in 16-pin QFN and 16-pin SOIC Package
  • For more, see pdf
     

Overview

These CapSense Express™ controllers support 4 to 10 capacitive sensing CapSense buttons. The device functionality is configured through an I2C port and can be stored in onboard nonvolatile memory for automatic loading at power on. The CapSense Express controller enables the control of 10 I/Os configurable as one capacitive sensing slider (10 segments)[1] or one slider (5 segments) with the rest of the pins as buttons or GPIOs (for driving LEDs or interrupt signals based on various button conditions).

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CY8C20110, CY8C20180, CY8C20160, CY8C20140, CY8C20142: CapSense® Express™ Button Capacitive Controllers http://www.cypress.com/?rID=3912 CapSense® Express™ Button Capacitive Controllers

Features

  • 10/8/6/4 capacitive button input
  • Target applications
  • Low operating current
  • Industry's best configurability
  • Advanced features
  • Wide range of operating voltages
  • I2C communication
  • Industrial temperature range: –40 °C to 85 °C.
  • Available in 16-pin QFN, 8-pin, and 16-pin SOIC packages
  • For more, see pdf

Overview

These CapSense Express™ controllers support four to ten capacitive sensing (CapSense) buttons. The device functionality is configured through an I2C port and can be stored in onboard nonvolatile memory for automatic loading at power-on. The CY8C20110 is optimized for dimming LEDs in 15 selectable duty cycles for back light applications. The device can be configured to have up to 10 GPIOs connected to the PWM output. The PWM duty cycle is programmable for variable LED intensities.

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CY8C20111, CY8C20121: CapSense® Express™ - One Button and Two Button Capacitive Controllers http://www.cypress.com/?rID=36829 CapSense® Express™ – One Button and Two Button Capacitive Controllers

Features

  • Capacitive Button Input tied to a Configurable Output
  • Target Applications
  • Industry's Best Configurability
  • Advanced Features
  • Wide Range of Operating Voltages
  • I2C Communication
  • Industrial Temperature Range: –40°C to 85°C
  • Available in 8-Pin SOIC Package
  • For more, see pdf

Overview

The CapSense® Express™ controllers support two capacitive sensing (CapSense) buttons and two general purpose outputs in CY8C20121 and one CapSense button and one general purpose output in CY8C20111. The device functionality is configured through the I2C port and can be stored in on-board nonvolatile memory for automatic loading at power on. The digital outputs are controlled from CapSense inputs in factory default settings, but are user configurable for direct control through I2C.

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CY8CMBR2044: Four Button CapSense® Controller http://www.cypress.com/?rID=45569 Four Button CapSense® Controller

Features

  • Easy to use capacitive button controller
    • Four-button solution configurable through Hardware straps
    • No software tools or programming required
    • Four general-purpose outputs (GPOs)
    • GPOs linked to CapSense® buttons
    • GPOs support direct LED drive
  • Robust noise performance
    • Specifically designed for superior noise immunity to external radiated and conducted noise
    • Low radiated noise emission
  • SmartSense™ Auto-Tuning
  • For more, see pdf


Overview

The CY8CMBR2044 incorporates several innovative features to save time and money to quickly enable a capacitive touch sensing user interface in your design. It is a hardware configurable device and does not require any software tools or coding. This device is enabled with Cypress's revolutionary SmartSense™ Auto-Tuning algorithm. SmartSense™ Auto-Tuning ends the need to manually tune the user interface during development and production ramp. This speeds the time to volume and saves valuable engineering time, test time and production yield loss.

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AN44209 - Capsense<sup>®</sup> Express™ Power and Sleep Considerations http://www.cypress.com/?rID=12617 Introduction

CapSense Express supports I/Os configurable as capacitive sensing inputs or as GPIOs for LED drive, interrupt output, wakeup on interrupt input, and other digital I/O functionality. The device supports I2C™ serial communication interface.

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CY8C201xx - IBIS http://www.cypress.com/?rID=61505 The zip file contains following IBIS models

cy8c20111_8soic_27v.ibs
cy8c20111_8soic_33v.ibs
cy8c20111_8soic_5v.ibs
cy8c20121_8soic_27v.ibs
cy8c20121_8soic_33v.ibs
cy8c20121_8soic_5v.ibs
cy8c20142_8soic_27v.ibs
cy8c20142_8soic_33v.ibs
cy8c20142_8soic_5v.ibs
cy8c201x0_16qfn_27v.ibs
cy8c201x0_16qfn_33v.ibs
cy8c201x0_16qfn_5v.ibs
cy8c201x0_16soic_27v.ibs
cy8c201x0_16soic_33v.ibs
cy8c201x0_16soic_5v.ibs

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Silicon Errata for Cypress CapSense® Express™ Devices CY8C20140/142/160/180/1A0 http://www.cypress.com/?rID=17638 This document describes the changes between the firmware revisions x15 and x1B in CapSense Express devices (CY8C20140/142/160/180/1A0). All shipments of samples and production parts with firmware version x1B will encounter the following changes from the previous (x15) version of the firmware. Cypress inventory has been rotated to the x1B firmware by WW35, and all distributor inventory will be rotated by WW42 of 2008. ]]> Tue, 04 Mar 2014 00:32:40 -0600 QTP 103209: CAPSENSE EXPRESS DEVICE FAMILY S8DI-5R, Fab 4 CMI http://www.cypress.com/?rID=46230 Tue, 10 Dec 2013 00:55:01 -0600 QTP 073803: PSOC (8C20100) IN S4AD-5 TECHNOLOGY AT FAB-4 CMI http://www.cypress.com/?rID=36039 Tue, 10 Dec 2013 00:55:00 -0600 QTP 103210: Capsense Express Device Family - S8DIN-5R, Fab 5 GSMC http://www.cypress.com/?rID=46231 Tue, 10 Dec 2013 00:54:59 -0600 Knowledge Base – Cypress Semiconductor Cage Code – KBA89258 http://www.cypress.com/?rID=86132 Answer: The Commercial and Government Entity Code, or CAGE Code, is a unique identifier assigned to suppliers to various government or defense agencies, as well as to government agencies themselves and also various organizations.

CAGE codes provide a standardized method of identifying a given facility at a specific location.

Cypress Semiconductor’s Cage Code is 65786.

Cypress Minnesota - Fab4 who ship wafers has Cage Code 5AZZ0.

Ramtron International who specialized memory who and was acquired by Cypress Semiconductor has a CAGE code OJP56.

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Product Selector Guide (PSG) - All Cypress Products - Japanese http://www.cypress.com/?rID=53204 Thu, 29 Aug 2013 04:18:19 -0600 Product Selector Guide (PSG) - All Cypress Products http://www.cypress.com/?rID=41004 Tue, 20 Aug 2013 01:54:18 -0600 Controlling Digital Outputs of CapSense® Express (CY8C201xxx) Devices - KBA82461 http://www.cypress.com/?rID=39727 Answer: Yes, it is possible to control the status of a digital output using I2C host control. The host must write the desired output value to the corresponding bit of the OUTPUT_PORTx register, and then write a "0" to the digital output’s Op_En bit of the OP_SEL_x register. To return to normal operation with the CapSense input controlling the digital output, the host must write a "1" to the digital output’s Op_En bit of the OP_SEL_x register. 

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Resetting Sensor Baseline with CapSense® Express™ - KBA82926 http://www.cypress.com/?rID=39726 Answer: Yes, you can do this by writing a "1" to bit 7 of the CS_Filtering register, which reinitializes the baseline. The bit automatically clears after the baseline is reset. You should not reset the baseline when a finger is on the button.

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Thu, 18 Jul 2013 02:19:23 -0600
Product Selector Guide (PSG) - All Cypress Products - Chinese http://www.cypress.com/?rID=47398 Mon, 01 Apr 2013 04:35:52 -0600 PSoC Designer 5.0 Service Pack 6 http://www.cypress.com/?rID=34517 De-emphasis of System Level Design (Express)

PSoC Designer 5.0 Service Pack 6 is the last release of PSoC Designer that supports System-Level Design (PSoC Express). PSoC Designer 5.1 and beyond will not support System Level Design.

PSoC Designer 5.0 SP6 will continue to be available for System Level Design users, and it will co-exist with future PSoC Designer 5.1 releases. However, we are not recommending System Level Design for production designs.

We suggest users to use the latest version of PSoC Designer located here:

www.cypress.com/go/psocdesigner

 

Installation Notes

PSoC Designer 5.0 SP6 supports Internet Explorer 6 through 8, but does not support Internet Explorer 8 Beta or Internet Explorer 9 due to compatibility issues.

To Install PSoC Designer 5.0 SP6 users must first have PSoC Programmer installed first. For the latest release of PSoC Programmer please, Click Here

PSoC Designer 5.0 PS6 was tested using Beta version of Windows 7. PSoC Designer 5.0 SP6 is not supported for Windows 7 systems.

For more information regarding PC system requirements please click on the following link:

 
System Requirements and Recommendations for PSoC Designer 5.0 SP6

To Install:

Shut Down any currently running instances of PSoC Designer.

If an earlier service pack of PSoC Designer 5.0 is currently installed, uninstall it. To do this please navigate to Start>Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs.

  • Install latest PSoC Programmer.
  • Install PSoC Designer 5.0 SP6 by running the installed in the downloads table below.”

Note to HI-TECH Compiler Users:

There are new devices in this release. To compile projects containing these devices with the HI-TECH compiler, you must manually update the psoc.ini file. The HI-TECH psoc.ini file is found in the HI-TECH installation folder. The default location of the psoc.ini is here:

C:\Program Files\HI-TECH Software\HCPSOC\PRO\9.61\dat\psoc.ini

The default location of the replacement psoc.ini file that adds support for the new devices is here:

C:\Program Files\Cypress\Common\CypressSemiBuildMgr\tools\psoc.ini

PSoC Programmer: The latest version of PSoC Programmer must be installed along with PSoC Designer. For the latest release please navigate to the PSoC Programmer web page: Click Here

 

PSoC Designer: User Guides - Click Here

PSoC Designer Archive - Click Here

 
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CY8C201xx : Register Reference Guide http://www.cypress.com/?rID=14664

This document is a reference for all the CapSense Express registers in address order.

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Fri, 18 Jan 2013 06:57:23 -0600
Errata for the CY3218-CAPEXP2 CapSense Express&TRADE; Kit http://www.cypress.com/?rID=37978
This document describes the errata for the CY3218-CAPEXP2 kit. Details include errata trigger conditions, scope of impact, available workarounds, and the kit revision applicability. ]]>
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Errata for the CY3218-CAPEXP1 CapSense Express&TRADE; Kit http://www.cypress.com/?rID=37979
This document describes the errata for the CY3218-CAPEXP1 Kit. Details include errata trigger conditions, scope of impact, available workarounds, and the kit revision applicability. ]]>
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Configuring a CY8C201xx Device for Use Either with External Pull-ups or With a Master Operating at Different VDD – KBA80735 http://www.cypress.com/?rID=64957 Answer: The CY8C201xx devices support internal pull-up resistors on I2C lines. Table 1 shows the factory default settings for internal pull-up resistors.
 

Table 1: Factory Default Values for Internal Pull-Up Setting
 

Device
Internal Pull-Up (factory default)
CY8C20111/21
Disabled
CY8C201A0
Enabled
CY8C20110/80/60/40/42
Enabled


The setting for the internal pull-up resistors must match the requirements of the overall design. When the setting is incorrect, the following problems can occur:
 

  • Pull-ups should be sized correctly to meet rise time and IOL requirements in an I2C design. Use of internal pull-ups enabled in combination with external pull-ups in a CapSense® device reduces the effective resistance. Proper bus operation is not guaranteed.
  • Consider the scenario in which the CapSense device operates at 3.3 V with internal pull-ups enabled while the master operates at 1.8 V and external pull-ups pull the bus to 1.8 V. Bus voltage (VIH) seen by the master is between 1.8 V and 3.3 V due to the voltage divider formed by internal and external pull-ups. This condition can damage the master device.
     
In the above scenarios, it is recommended to DISABLE the internal pull-up resistor. This has to be done during the device configuration, before soldering it in the end system. To enable or disable the internal pull-up resistors, configure the I2CDM bit (MSB) in the I2C_ADDR_DM (7Ch) register. For more information, see CY8C201xx : Register Reference Guide.
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PSoC Designer&trade; Archive http://www.cypress.com/?rID=36833 The PSoC Designer archive page represents a repository of old PSoC Designer software. The user must use caution when installing outdated software as older software may contain bugs that have been fixed with newer releases. Cypress Semiconductor always suggests that the user install the latest software for up-to-date device and bug support. We do not support users using older versions of software as updates will not be made.
Download Items

Listed in the table below are the archived PSoC Designer releases. Each release is indicated with either an ‘ISO’ or ‘Installer’ tag. For ISO images the user will need to download the file and burn to a CD before installing. Those releases indicated with the Installer tag can be installed after unzipping the downloaded file.

For the most up-to-date version of PSoC Designer please Click Here.

To access the PSoC Designer Release Notes Archives, please Click Here. PSoC Designer 5.0 SP4 and earlier require a compiler license. Please contact support@imagecraft.com to obtain a compiler license or use a later version of PSoC Designer where the ImageCraft compiler is provided free of charge.

Hotfix Available for SmartSense User Module (header) A calibration issue has been discovered and fix released. Customers using SmartSense Version 1.3 should navigate to the following Knowledge Base article to get the patch. http://www.cypress.com/?id=4&rID=58516
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Mon, 13 Feb 2012 10:26:23 -0600
CapSense Express with SmartSense Demo http://www.cypress.com/?rID=46669

 

This demo walks viewers through the features of Cypress's CapSense® Express™ technology, including SmartSense™ which automatically tunes touch-sensing "buttons" when capacitance is changed. No software or firmware development is required.

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Slider Diplexing in CapSense Express devices http://www.cypress.com/?rID=39724 Question: Does CapSense Express devices support Diplexing feature?

Response: No, the CapSense Express devices does not support diplexing feature.

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PSoC Programmer Archive http://www.cypress.com/?rID=2575 The PSoC Programmer archive page represents a repository of old PSoC Programmer software. The user must use caution when installing outdated software as older software may contain bugs that have been fixed with newer releases. Cypress Semiconductor always suggests that the user install the latest software for up-to-date device and bug support. We do not support users using older versions of software as updates will not be made.

For the most up-to-date version of PSoC Programmer please Click Here.

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