Infenion CY8CKIT-043 PSoC 4 4200 M-Series Prototyping Kit
CY8C4247AZI-M485 ARM Cortex-M0 128KB Flash 16KB Sram Capsense Geliştirme Kartı Kit Prog Programlayıcı Debugger
The CY8CKIT-043 PSoC 4 M-Series Prototyping Kit is a low-cost platform for prototyping products using the PSoC 4 M-Series device family, with a snap-away Programmer and Debugger on the USB connector.
Featuring PSoC 4200M
Features the PSoC 4200M device from the PSoC 4 M-Series device family. The PSoC 4 M-Series device family is a new addition to the PSoC 4 family that integrates an ARM® Cortex®-M0 controller with programmable analog front end, programmable digital peripherals and the industry’s best CapSense technology for touch sensing solutions. It also includes advanced peripherals like a Real Time Clock (RTC), Direct Memory Access (DMA) and two Controllable Area Network (CAN) blocks.
Design for Flexibility
Provides access to all the PSoC 4200M device I/Os in a breadboard-compatible format. The kit is designed with a snap-away form-factor, allowing users to separate the KitProg (on-board Programmer and Debugger) from the target board and use it independently. This kit also features a footprint for the EZ-BLE PRoC Module, enabling users to add Bluetooth® Low Energy connectivity to their designs.
On-Board Programmer and Debugger
Includes the Cypress KitProg, designed to program and debug the target device using the SWD interface. In this kit, the KitProg board is hardwired to program and debug the target PSoC 4200M device using PSoC Creator or PSoC Programmer. If the EZ-BLE PRoC Module and a switch (SW4) is added to the board, KitProg can program and debug that module as well.
In addition to the standard program and debug features, KitProg enables bridging support by providing USB-UART and USB-I2C interfaces that target the PSoC 4200M device. It also provides access to Micrium µC/Probe to read and write the memory of the target device.
When snapped away, this tiny KitProg board can be used as an SWD programmer and debugger for any device in the PSoC 3, PSoC 4 or PSoC 5LP families. The KitProg firmware is programmed with a bootloader image, thus allowing users to upgrade its firmware using a USB bootloader. This adds to the flexibility and gives users an option to develop custom applications for the KitProg device.
Hacking a proximity example project using CY8CKIT-043
- PSoC 4200M device U2 (CY8C4247AZI-M485)
- PSoC 4200M headers J1 and J2
- PSoC 4200M 10-pin program/debug header J5 (footprint only)
- KitProg (PSoC 5LP) device U1 (CY8C5868LTI-LP039)
- KitProg headers J8 and J9
- SWD connection J3 and J7
- USB finger connector J6
- EZ-BLE™ PRoC™ module U4 (footprint only)
- One DPDT switch SW4 to select the SWD target device (footprint only)
- One blue LED LED1 (User)
- One amber LED LED2 (Power)
- One green LED LED3 (Status)
- User push button SW1
- Reset buttons SW2 (footprint only) and SW3
- External reference capacitor C3 (SARADC bypass)
- CapSense capacitors (CMOD C10 and CTANK C13)
- Current measurement jumper J4 (footprint only)
- Perforated ‘snappable’ board design
- CY8CKIT-043 PSoC 4 M-Series Prototyping Kit
- PSoC Creator