AN77759 - Getting Started with PSoC® 5LP | Cypress Semiconductor
AN77759 - Getting Started with PSoC® 5LP
AN77759 introduces you to PSoC® 5LP, an Arm® Cortex® -M3-based programmable system-on-chip. It describes the PSoC 5LP architecture and development environment, and shows you how to create a simple design using PSoC Creator, the development tool for PSoC 5LP. This application note also guides you to more resources for in-depth learning about PSoC 5LP as well as PSoC in general.
PSoC 5LP is a true programmable embedded system-on-chip, integrating custom analog and digital peripheral functions, memory, and an Arm Cortex-M3 CPU on a single chip.
PSoC 5LP provides a cost-effective alternative to the combination of MCU and external ICs. The PSoC 5LP architecture boosts performance through:
- 32-bit Arm Cortex-M3 core plus DMA controller and digital filter processor, at up to 80 MHz
- Ultra-low power with industry's widest voltage range
- Programmable digital and analog peripherals enable custom functions
- Flexible routing of any analog or digital peripheral function to any pin
A single PSoC device can integrate as many as 100 digital and analog peripheral functions, reducing design time, board space, power consumption, and system cost while improving system quality.
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|AN77759 Getting Started with PSoC® 5LP.pdf||English||1.35 MB||07/02/2020|
|AN77759 Getting Started with PSoC® 5LP (Chinese).pdf||Chinese||1.52 MB||03/02/2021|
|AN77759 Getting Started with PSoC® 5LP (Japanese).pdf||Japanese||1.54 MB||03/02/2021|
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