• New PSoC Creator 101 Videos - PSoC 4200 Low Power Modes

    Three new PSoC Creator 101 videos were added to the Cypress Video Library today. Alan Hawse, Executive Vice President of Software at Cypress, will take you through the different low power modes, tips on using each of the different modes, and go in depth…

  • NoiseJack, the Cypress PSoC4 based White Noise generator

    I was wondering if the community at large could give me some feedback on a project I've started. It's a PSoC4 based White Noise generator.

     

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/777210186/noisejack-the-cypress-psoc4-based-white-noise-gene

  • drive TFT LCD with LVDS interface using Psoc5LP

    Hi,

     

    I`m wondering if anybody has any suggestion to drive an LVDS interfaced TFT screen with Psoc5LP ?

     

    As far as I know, the only interface supported by Psoc is parallel i8080 interface. can you offer any chipset that can convert these two interfaces if…

  • Has anyone upgraded to PSoC Creator 3.0 SP1?

    PSoC Creator 3.0 SP1 was released a few days ago on 28/04/2013 and I've just upgraded to it from PSoC Creator from 3.0 and am encountering some peculiarities with it.

    I was just wondering if others have experienced the same.

     

    Prior to SP1 turning on…

  • Calibration certificate of Humidity Analog Sensors in PSoC1 kit.

    About the Humidity Analog Sensors in PSoC1 kit,

    Are these sensors fully characterized?? Where can i get calibration certificate for the same??

     

    Kindly Reply asap.

     

    Regards,

    - Ashish G

  • LED controlled  Project

    Hello

    I am new here, I hope someone will guide me I have psoc 4 device   I am doing experiment with LED. I have LED on psoc 4.  LED is connected port P1[7].  I am trying to set alarm for LED using RTC

     

    (D/M/Y     H/M/S)

    LED will turn on for 5 second on date 22…

  • Vote for your favorite #PSoCMaker

    Ten excellent submissions have been received to the PSoC Pioneer Challenge.

    You can now vote for your favorite design! Click here to see the 10 entries and vote now!

     

  • Thirty (30) Example Projects for Bluetooth Low Energy

    The ongoing blog series for 100 Projects in 100 Days with PSoC 4 BLE is now up to thirty (30) example projects.

    Use these simple PSoC Creator projects to learn about Bluetooth Low Energy using the $49 BLE Pioneer Kit.

    These projects cover basic BLE topics…

  • Creating a BLE products for Apple devices

    Apple Notification Center Service (ANCS) enables a BLE device to connect to an iOS device and access notifications generated on the iOS device. This can be used to quickly design an accessory such as a smartwatch, which can pair with an iPhone. You can…

  • PSoC 4 BLE Video Tutorials

    We've posted new 101-level video tutorials for PSoC 4 BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)

    You can learn more about Cypress's BLE solutions here: www.cypress.com/BLE

     

     

    PSoC 4 BLE 101: 1 Intro to Bluetooth Low Energy

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3RoX-eX2…

  • 100 Project for PSoC 4 BLE: First 20 Projects

    We've posted 20 example projects so far to the ongoing blog series for 100 Projects in 100 Days with PSoC 4 BLE

    All projects are created using the $49 BLE Pioneer Kit

    Here's a list of the 20 projects posted so far:

     

    Project #001: BLE Find Me

    Project…

  • 100 Projects in 100 Days is back, now with Bluetooth Low Energy!

    Last year, we featured 100 projects in 100 days for the original PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit and shared many ideas with the community.

     

    We're back, kicking off yet another 100 projects effort - this time with the brand new BLE Pioneer Kit, featuring PSoC 4 BLE…

  • PSoC Creator 101: Lesson 2 Introduction to PSoC

    Hi,

     

    This is the second lesson in the new PSoC Creator 101 series.  Although most of the series is targeted at PSoC beginners, this particular lesson has some interesting information for anyone interested in or using PSoC.  Alan Hawse, EVP of Software, takes…

  • How to access and change LVD, BOD, POR values in PSOC 4

    How to access and change LVD, BOD, POR values in PSOC 4

     

    In previous versions, this was possible using BOOT.TPL, but in PSOC 4 I am lost. Thanks for your support.

  • Getting Started with PSoC 4

    Hi everyone,

     

    A lot of you have been asking about simple 'getting started' projects for the PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit.

    As part of the 100 projects posted here, these 4 specific projects include step-wise instructions on how to build your first few simple…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#20 - Starter Designs

    Hello folks!

     

    Did you know that PSoC Creator ships with many example projects to get you quickly up and running with PSoC 4?

    One category of these examples that ship with the tool are called "Starter Designs" -- intended to be examples of common design configurations…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#18 - 'Catch the Shells' Game with ColorLCD Shield

    Today's project posting implements another simple and fun game using the PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit + the ColorLCD Shield.

     

    The goal of the game is to catch as many shells as possible. The shells are dispatched from one edge of the Color LCD and the user has…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#17 - 2-Channel OScope with GraphicsLCD

    Hello folks!

     

    Today we're posting another Oscilloscope project that uses the Color Graphics LCD Shield. This project is a little dual channel scope using the PSoC 4 Pioneer board and the SparkFun Arduino color graphics shield or equivalent.

     

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#16 - Proximity Theremin

    Hello folks!

     

    Today's project is a personal favorite of mine because it got the amateur/wannabe musician inside me very excited. Building on yesterday's example of how to do proximity sensing with the CapSense Component, today we're going to use…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#07 – Danger Shield with 7 Segment LED Display

    Hello!

     

    Today’s example project uses the “Danger Shield” which includes a list of hardware features such as three large sliding potentiometers, LEDs, LDR light sensor, push buttons, buzzer, and a small 7 segment LED display. The example and descriptions…

  • PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#04 - USB-UART Utility

    Hello folks!

     

    Today's community project hightlights a very useful utility on the PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit. Often times, I like to spit out some data over UART, then read that data on my computer using a hyperterminal program - great for some quick and dirty debugging…

  • 100 Projects in 100 Days

    Cypress and element14 are excited to start a new community initiative around the PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit - 100 Projects in 100 Days.

     

    Over the next several weeks, we will post a new PSoC Creator project everyday, designed specifically for the PSoC 4 Pioneer…