PSoC Programmer (MiniProg3), Hex Files, schmartBoard with PSoc5 | Cypress Semiconductor
PSoC Programmer (MiniProg3), Hex Files, schmartBoard with PSoc5
I have successfully wired up an iDAC, read it with the DeltaSigma ADC, tied an RTD to it, and read the temperature and put it out as a pulse based frequency on the PWM, using the CYC8Kit-050.
I got a minProg3, was able to plug it into the XyC8Kit-050 and program the board with it, using PSoC Creator, the board being powered from 9VDC in order to prove it wasn't following the other USB path.
I used the "aux" connector to do this.
I bring up PSoC programmer, because I wanted to program the device from the Hex file that the PSoC creator created. The following happened:
1) PSoC programmer found the MiniProg3.
2) The PSoC5LP device was not discovered. The PSoC5LP is NOT in the list of "custom" devices.
1) How can I program a device the programmer doesn't have in its list?
2) I found 7 hex files created by PSoc Creator. 2 config.hex, 2 eeprom.hex, 2 protect.hex, 1 file named after my project. Do I program ALL the files, one after another, or one of them? I've done Google searches to no avail.
I got a schmartBoard. It powers up, and blinks its LED indicating the "bootloaded" program is working. However, using the MiniProg3 and the PSoc Programmer, I could not find it. I finally got the selection window to show up by right clicking on pretty much everything, and accidentally found the setup window. Choosing 5 pin caused it to work. Funny, never saw that in documentation, probably oversight on my part. PSoC Creator can program it, but PSoC programmer can't. Go figure.