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'[EE]: Cypress PSoC Microcontrollers'
2002\04\09@143204 by Herbert Graf

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Per someone's pointer on this list I just received samples of these Cypress
microcontrollers. They are pretty cool, at least according to the datasheet.
What I'm wondering is how do I program these beasties? I don't want to buy a
devel kit (I'm a hobbiest) but I would like to play with them. Anybody have
pointers on home made programmers for these things? Google didn't give me
much to work with. Thanks for any pointers. TTYL

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2002\04\09@150212 by Dinho AeS

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You can try the third part programmers, there is a link for them at
Cypress micro home page.

Here in Brazil, there are some companies that sell PCBs to build your
own programmer, may be you can ask Cypress for some more information.

Dinho

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2002\04\09@150816 by Herbert Graf

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Thanks, but as a hobbiest even $20 is too much for a programmer, I don't
want to invest more then that in a programmer. There are many schematics out
there for home built PIC programmers, I was hoping someone out there had
created one for these. I realize they are new but that hasn't stopped people
before! :) Thanks anyways, TTYL

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2002\04\09@151237 by Dinho AeS

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Try http://www.graftec.com and ask them about the empty PCB

Dinho

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Thanks, but as a hobbiest even $20 is too much for a programmer, I don't
want to invest more then that in a programmer. There are many schematics
out there for home built PIC programmers, I was hoping someone out there
had created one for these. I realize they are new but that hasn't
stopped people before! :) Thanks anyways, TTYL

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2002\04\09@231752 by Mark J. Dulcey

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Herbert Graf wrote:
> Per someone's pointer on this list I just received samples of these Cypress
> microcontrollers. They are pretty cool, at least according to the datasheet.
> What I'm wondering is how do I program these beasties? I don't want to buy a
> devel kit (I'm a hobbiest) but I would like to play with them. Anybody have
> pointers on home made programmers for these things? Google didn't give me
> much to work with. Thanks for any pointers. TTYL

If you sign up for the design contest on Circuit Cellar
(http://www.circellar.com), they will send you a developer's kit for free.

I haven't heard of any homebrew programmers for the Cypress chips yet.
They're still pretty new.

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2002\04\10@115712 by David P. Harris

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Oh darm (worse expletive), I missed it -- no more kits :-(
David

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