CY8CKIT-002 PSoC® MiniProg3 Program and Debug Kit | Cypress Semiconductor
CY8CKIT-002 PSoC® MiniProg3 Program and Debug Kit
The newer MiniProg4 Program and Debug Kit supports PSoC 4, PSoC 5LP, and PSoC 6 devices with SWD, using industry standard CMSIS-DAP as the transport mechanism. It also provides USB-UART, USB-I2C, and USB-SPI bridging.
The MiniProg3 supports the following protocols:
Included with the kit is a 10-pin ribbon cable for connecting to standard 10-pin SWD/JTAG header interfaces utilized for our PSoC 3, PSoC 4, PSoC 5LP and PSoC 6 device families and the 5-pin ISSP programming header for PSoC 1 device family. The 5-pin connector also supports the USB-I2C Bridging capabilities and is a superset of the CY3240 capabilities. Please note, the CY8CKIT-002 only contains the MiniProg3 and supporting cables.
MiniProg3 *C Revision Update:
MiniProg3 hardware has been updated to Rev *C to support programming the eFuses of PSoC 6 MCU devices. The eFuse programming requires the reported voltage to be within +/- 5% tolerance and now the MiniProg3 reports the measured voltage within +/- 5% tolerance at 2.5V settings.
This revision also improves the accuracy of voltage detection for other voltage settings.
MiniProg3 *B Revision Update: Cypress Semiconductor has completed a hardware update to the MiniProg3 to address hardware issues seen with programming, ESD, and power management. The MiniProg3 revision, either *A or *B, is indicated using sticker on the back of the programmer. The following are a list of updates made to the MiniProg3 *B programmer.
Updated Hardware to Improve Power Cycle Programming:
The MiniProg3 hardware has been updated to better improve power cycle programming for all PSoC devices. It was discovered that the MiniProg3 *A programmer revision did not correctly implement the power cycle programming methodology. Due to this issue the MiniProg3 *A programmer could not correctly support power cycle programming for PSoC 3, PSoC 4 and PSoC 5LP devices. This specifically impacts customers who do not route out the XRES line to the programming connector or disable the optional XRES line on certain devices. The *B revision of the MiniProg3 will support power cycle programming for all PSoC 3, PSoC 4, PSoC 5LP and PSoC 6 device families.
Over-current and Non-Polarized Connection Updates:
There are known electrical risks to the MiniProg3 *A revision that have been addressed with the *B update. To address the electrical issues the MiniProg3 *B programmer has added ESD over-current protection to the USB lines and has added electrical protection to the 5 and 10-pin connectors in case of a reverse polarity condition.
Improved Voltage Detection Capabilities:
The MiniProg3 *B programmer has been updated to improve the voltage detection capabilities. The MiniProg3 will measure the target voltage within an accuracy of 20 mV for a range of 1.8V – 5.0V.
The MiniProg3 *B programmer is supported on the latest release of PSoC Programmer. To download the latest release, please navigate to the PSoC Programmer web page:
PSoC Programmer 3.22.2 Update:
MiniProg3 must be used with PSoC Programmer 3.22.2 or later. MiniProg3 may show intermittent failure while programming in SWD or JTAG mode when used with older versions of PSoC Programmer.
The MiniProg3 programmer is part of a suite of programming options and programming content available to PSoC users. For customers who are looking for more information on general programming options and information please navigate to the web page linked below. On the General Programming web page we discuss all of the available programming options for customers including Software, Schematics, Programming Specifications, and 3rd party mass programming.
The MiniProg3 programmer is not recommended for production programming. We suggest customers who need production programming support consult our 3rd party programming vendors on our General Programming page listed above or through our distribution partners: https://www.cypress.com/go/distributors
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