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Prototyping board for Eval modules?

Summary: 4 Replies, Latest post by paul.chambre_1977636 on 23 Oct 2016 04:15 PM PDT
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Does Cypress, or anyone, offer a prototyping board (either breadboard or solder eyes) into which the PSoC eval boards can be plugged? It would be very convenient to be able to do some testing and programming on a Pioneer board, or just with the MiniProg, and then plug a module into a prototyping base for easy, full access to all pins and integration with the rest of the project under development.

Or am I just missing something here? 

I mean, the capsense and LED devices on the Pioneer board are good to try for initial learning, but they take up a lot of the GPIO pins, and I don't see an easy way to disconnect them. Having jumpers to disable these items and just being able to prototype through the Arduino headers would be great, too.

 

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You may use any of the prototyping kits and snap off the Kitprog part. Programming (and debugging) can still be done with the 5 pin interface to Miniprog3 or the Kitprog.

Check out the CY8CKIT-043.

 

Bob

 

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Thanks.

Yes, I saw that. but there doesn't seem to be one available for the CYBLE-214009, and being able to plug the eval module into a proto board would still give more flexibility in switching between devices for the same circuit.

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You are here in a PSoC5 forum, would be better asking in the PSoC4 BLE forum

 

Bob

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Same connectors for the eval modules, either way... and the Pioneer board they connect to is PSoC 5.

Anyway, I'll be rolling my own with some IDC connectors, ribbon cable, etc.

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