Support for PSoC 4x00 M-Series Devices
PSoC Creator has been updated to support PSoC 4x00 M-Series devices. These devices extend the PSoC 4 portfolio with a 48 MHz industry standard ARM Cortex-M0 MCU, up to 128KB Flash, 55 I/O, DMA and CAN. These devices are also referred to as PSoC 4100M and PSoC 4200M.
New PSoC 4 Project Templates
PSoC Creator now includes schematic templates that populate the schematic file with all the typical functionality for your selected device. You no longer need to add the I2C, ADC, and CapSense to every project you create. The design is split into multiple tabs –Communication, Digital, ADC, etc. – so there is plenty of space for you to add, modify or delete the template content to suit your needs.
This release includes templates for PSoC 4 BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy), PSoC 4x00 M-Series, PSoC 4000, PSoC 4100, and PSoC 4200 devices.
New Design-Wide Components
Some of the new silicon features of PSoC 4x00 M-Series devices required that PSoC Creator generate new design-wide APIs. Examples of this are RTC_P4/cyLFClk and DMA_P4. For these components, you do not place a component on the schematic, but instead, interface directly through APIs provided by new design-wide components. Also, as part of this change, the System Reference Guide (datasheet for the cy_boot component) has been divided into two documents: one for PSoC 4 devices and another for PSoC 3/PSoC 5LP devices. The new design-wide component datasheets are also considered System Reference Guides, and all of the documents are accessible from the PSoC Creator Help menu.
Updated and Extended Support for Third-Party Tools
Support for the third-party tools for which PSoC Creator designs can be exported has been updated and extended to provide additional features, including:
- Eclipse Luna
- IAR Embedded Workbench v7
- µVision 5, including pack support
New Support for Bit-Field Manipulation of PSoC Registers
There is a new API that enables bit-field access to registers in all PSoC 4-based devices. This API can be used by firmware developers to develop applications (or libraries) that interface directly to the hardware outside of the usual component APIs.
|File Title||Language||File Size||Last Updated|
|PSoC Creator 3.2||English||571 MB||05/27/2015|
|PSoC Creator 3.2 ISO (Create DVD)||English||1132 MB||05/27/2015|
|PSoC Creator Eclipse Import v2.0.5.zip (Juno, Kepler, Luna)||English||774 KB||05/27/2015|
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We are a solutions company that believes in innovation without compromise. Cypress knows you need to be in the market faster with more innovative products. The PSoC Solution can help you get there. Don’t be stuck using a defined feature set by a semiconductor manufacturer, with PSoC you can devote the system resources to exactly the analog, digital, and communications components you need.