PSoC® 1 Kits | Cypress Semiconductor
PSoC® 1 Kits
PSoC 1 kits are classified into five categories as shown below. See our demonstration video to get an understanding of PSoC 1 kits.
Use our "Kit Selector Guide" to find kits that are suitable for your PSoC 1 device.
Development Kits (DVKs) provide a common development platform where you can prototype and evaluate different PSoC 1 devices.
|CY3210-PSoCEval1 Evaluation Kit
This kit supports all PSoC Mixed-Signal Array families, including automotive. The evaluation board includes an LCD module, Potentiometer, LEDs, and bread boarding space.
|CY3214-PSoCEvalUSB PSoC CapSensePLUS with USB Evaluation Kit
This Kit features a development board for the CY8C24x94 PSoC device. Special features of the board include both USB and capacitive touch sense development and debugging support.
Evaluation Kits (EVKs) enable demonstration of real life system applications, but without the flexibility of prototyping and debugging.
|CY3236A-PIRMOTION - Pyroelectric Infrared (PIR) Motion Detection Kit
The CY3236A-PIRMOTION EVK allows you to evaluate Cypress' PSoC device's ability to control a PIR sensor to implement motion sensing applications such as automatic lighting controls, automatic door openers, security systems, kiosk wakeup and activating wireless cameras.
|CY3270 PSoC FirstTouch Starter Kit
The CY3270 PSoC FirstTouch Starter Kit provides a quick, easy, and affordable way to evaluate the integration, flexibility and real mixed-signal programmability of PSoC programmable system-on-chips.
The PSoC 1 debugger serves as a device programmer via In-System Serial Programming (ISSP) and supports in-circuit emulation that allows the user to run, halt and single step the processor. Emulation Kits might be required when using the debugger.
|CY3215-DK In-Circuit Emulation Development Kit
The PSoC Development Kit includes an InCircuit Emulator (ICE) which consists of a base unit, USB 2.0 cable, and power supply. The base unit is connected to the host PC via the USB port.
|CY3215A-DK In-Circuit Emulation Lite Development Kit
This PSoC kit is a trimmed down version of the CY3215-DK. This kit is useful when you want to do debugging with a PSoC 1 device other than the CY8C29x66 device.
Emulation Pods provide interconnection between the debugger and the target PSoC 1 device in a prototype system or a PCB (via package-specific POD Feet). They plug into (or are soldered onto) the user's circuit board to provide the physical interface. Use the Kit Selector Guide to pin point Emulation Kit and POD Feet for your PSoC 1 device.
There are 2 types of PODs
The 3210 POD has a 28-pin DIP footprint on the bottom for easy connection to development kits or other hardware. The top of the POD has prototyping headers for easy connection to the devices pins.
The 3250 POD along with the feet allows you to do on board debugging of the target (customer) board and allows on chip debug (OCD) parts to translate in to any pin package.
They plug into (or are soldered onto) the user's circuit board to provide the physical interface.POD feet are sold separately
This kit will provide the user with a programming tool that can be used to program all PSoC1 devices, except the CY25/26xxx devices. This tool is packaged along with DVK.
The CY3217 is the base Miniprog1 kit. This kit will provide the user with a programming tool that can be used to program all PSoC1 devices.
|3rd-party programmer tools
The qualified 3rd Party Vendors can be found through the following link: https://www.cypress.com/go/programming
Getting Started with PSoC1 and kits
|TJ Rodgers on PSoC 1: The World's First Programmable Embedded System-on-Chip||Introduction to PSoC 1||Introduction to PSoC 1 Kit Classification and Selector Guide|
PSoC 1 application notes helps you understand use various PSoC 1 and PSoC Designer features. They also provide guidance on how to solve variety of system design challenges using PSoC.
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