Please tell me how to connect PSoC 5 with chip memory via SPI, and what code to write, what to write and read byte at a specific address?
PSOC 5 does of course have EEPROM in it, but if you need external
EEPROM, to effect a SPI interface, place on schematic, right click,
and choose "find example project". You can add to your workspace or
open in another. Either way you can cut and paste code into your
Then look at EEPROM datasheet for commands to effect R/W operations.
Since my crystal ball is out for repairs (still :( you need to provide some more information about the actual chip in question. Otherwise, Dana is absolutely right: use a SPI master component, configure it to the device you have (SPI frequency and SPI mode [aka clock & data polarity]). Then its just a matter of looking up the commands your chip understands / needs, and send them via the SPI master. The API of this component is rather simple.
I already looked all, I lost a lot of time, basically nothing. Theory is the theory and practice is practice. Connect, please Psoc 5 with memory chip type 25LC512 or 25LC1024, write working code and put it here. When I'll test that and it works, then purchased a large lot of your processor, but otherwise the other.
Here is an example with project (not your specific EEPROM part however) -
/* Style Definitions */
mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt;
mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman";
http://www.cypress.com/?id=4&rID=58478 Code + Apnote
If you have a technical issue, you can issue a support case. Cypress technical support should be able to help you. Most
People here are willing to help if you have an technical issue. But you have to tell us what is the problem.
To get a complete solution (unpayed, for free) this is neither the right forum, nor the right vocabulary. We here are some volunteers to help people out of problems, not to solve their business.
To get professional help I suggest you to file a technical MyCase to Cypress.
If you like to do so, at top of this page use "Support & Community -> Technical Support -> Create a MyCase"
Your responses indicate that you are not competent. Then what are you doing here?
Apparently you are looking in a mirror.
Politeness is something alike a boomerang...
Thanks for your "help"!