• daily updated list of Pioneer PSOC 4 projects.

    I have misplaced the URL for the daily updated list of PSOC 4 Pioneer board projects. 

     

    It should be obvious where to find this, and should be easily found on Pioneer board element 14 home page, and probably is,  but for my convenience and convenience of…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#055 – Parallel to Serial UDB Component

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    Today’s example is the release of a community component for a parallel to serial UDB component. At the bottom of this post we have included the example project for the component and the custom component datasheet. The key point of this component…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#054 – Custom Component 4x4 Keypad

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    Today’s example is the release of a community component for a 4x4 matrix keypad. At the bottom of this post we have included the example project for the component and the custom component datasheet. The key point of this component is that it’s applicable…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#053 – PSoC Eye

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    Today we are focusing on integrating sensor detection with motor control. We have created what is lovingly called the ‘PSoC Eye’. In this example we are using the Wii Remote IR tracking sensor to control two servo motors that pan and tilt to track…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#052 – Strike A Pose! Digital Camera

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    We are continuing to expand on the SD card example by interfacing a small JPEG camera. In this example we will take an image using the camera and store that image on the SD card.

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#051 – Music Player

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    Today we are expanding on the SD card example that we posted last week. In that earlier example we showed you the new customer SD component used to interface with the SD card. In this example we want to expand on that example to play music, stored…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#034 – Resistive Touch Panel Example

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    Hello today we are going to go through a resistive touch example using the PSoC 4 pioneer kit. This example will interface custom hardware with the Pioneer kit. The pressure sensitive touch screen uses resistive force sensors distributed below the…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#033 – Sweet Music Everywhere! MIDI Shield!

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    With today’s example we are going to make some music. This project uses the Pioneer kit’s 5 segment CapSense slider to transmit data to a MIDI device. Touching the CapSense slider in different locations will send out one of several different MIDI…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#032 – More Relay Shield!

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    In our earlier Home Automation example project we used the Relay Shield. We wanted to provide another basic example using that shield and the Pioneer kit.

    In this example project we use both SW1 and SW2 switches to step through relay states.


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  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#031 – Ethernet Shield

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    Today we are presenting an example on how to use the Arduino Ethernet Shield. In this example we have ported the Arduino Ethernet libraries and dependent core libraries to the PSoC 4. In this example we implement a web server application using the…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#030 – Bluetooth with GLCD

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    We wanted to continue with our Android Bluetooth example from yesterday. Today we will be creating a Bluetooth example using an Android smartphone communicating to the Pioneer kit to make selections on a GLCD screen.

     


     

    Yesterday we focused on Arduino…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#029 – Bluetooth Home Automation System

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    We are continuing with our wireless subseries with the 100 projects in 100 days. Last week we showcased a number of examples using the XBee wireless modules. Yesterday we gave you an example on how to connect your Pioneer kit to a WiFi network.…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#028 – “WiFi? Why Not!” Arduino WiFi Shield Example

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    We are upping the complexity of the examples with today’s example using the Arduino WiFi shield. The Pioneer kit uses the WiFi shield to create a webserver with AJAX-like capabilities. If you connect to the kit using a web browser (PC or Phone)…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#027 – XBee RGB CapSense Control

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    Today’s example demonstrates how to control an RGB LED using the XBee wireless network. In this example the user will be able to scroll through LED colors using the switch, and selecting the brightness using the CapSense controller. The following…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#026 – XBee API RxTx Example

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    Today’s example demonstrates how to create and receive transmission packets with the XBee modules when they are in API mode. We will set up a network between two Pioneer kits using two Arduino wireless shields and two XBee wireless modules. The…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#025 – XBee Direct IO

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    Today we will add another XBee example for our Pioneer Kit. We are expanding on example #024. Please refer to that example for details on XBee modules and the X-CTU software. We will be using the following hardware in our design:

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#024 – XBee Router Loopback Example

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    Today we will be covering our first wireless XBee example project. We will be using the following hardware in our design:


     

     

    For more information on the XBee wireless…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#023 – tinyprintf Example

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    We are beginning this week with a base example that will be used by our XBee projects this week. This example is called our TinyPrintf example. In this example we include a custom component called “tinyprintf” to enable simple API calls to transmit…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#050 – SD Card Example

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    Today we are starting a short series targeting SD memory cards. In this first example we are introducing users to the SD card using the custom SD card component. This component will expose simple API level commands to read from and write to the…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#049 – Android Device Controlled Robot

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    Today’s example is continuing to build on our previous robot examples but this time integrating Bluetooth and an Android device. The Bluetooth is similar to our earlier Bluetooth-Android example. In this example we are using a free android app,…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#048 – Walk The Line! Robot Example

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    Today’s example continues to expand on the previous robot examples. In this example we are having the robot follow a black line that is printed onto a white surface. In this example we are using LED photodiodes to sense the line below the robot…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#047 – Obstacle Avoider Robot

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    Today’s example is building on our earlier robot examples last week. We will be showcasing an obstacle avoider robot. Not all robots are battle tanks so we don’t want our bots to get hurt! This example will using the PSoC 4 to detect objects ahead…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#046 – “Paint The Night” Accelerometer Example

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    We took yesterday off due to the US holiday. The 4th of July US holiday is typically characterized by fireworks in the night sky. Today our example will show you how to create your own fireworks in the night’s sky using the RGB LED. In this example…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#045 – Stepper Motor Example

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    In today’s example we will be showcasing a very simple stepper motor example project. In this example we show you how to spin a stepper motor using the PSoC 4 Pioneer kit and the Arduino Motor Shield.

     

     

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  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#044 – Run Away Run Away! (Proximity Robot)

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    Today’s post we expand on our previous example by adding proximity sensing to our robot. In this example we use the proximity sensing capabilities of PSoC 4 to detect when a Human is close to touching it. When it detects proximity it begins to drive…