FM0 acts as an SPI master and PSoC4 as an SPI slave. FM0 will collect user input from a GPIO and SPI master sends out strings to SPI Slave.
PSoC4 acts as an SPI master and FM0 as an SPI slave.
Measurement of the oxygen saturation in the bloodstream as well as the heart rate and a pedometer. The data will be sent to a Android app.
This code example demonstrates the interfacing of PSoC 4200 pioneer kit with MB39C031-EVBSK-01 evaluation kit.
Demo of I2C serial coms between the PSoC Analog Coprocessor Pioneer Kit as master and an Arduino UNO as slave.
Car controlled by arms muscles movements using electrodes placed on the body. The car responds with four different commands using RF.
System of door opening with password for notes of flute using Matlab to interface and communication Bluetooth.
A small battery-less Bluetooth Low Energy LCD display that can be controlled using a smartphone app at any given time.
The next part for this project is making the DC motor move to a desired position.
A solution developed for increasing the productivity of urban growhouse.
This project demonstrates communication between PSoC 4M and FM4 over LIN. PSoC 4M acts as LIN Slave and FM4 acts as LIN Master.
POC for interfacing with single wire communication protocol based DHT11 and DHT22 devices for logging temperature and Humidity using PSoC 4.
This project uses Model 3038 accelerometer. When we shake the board (KIT-048) in Z-direction, an LED turns ON and sensor data is sent to PC.
This project showcases CAN communication between PSoC4L and FM4 device.
This code example demonstrates controlling brightness of an LED on FM4 Kit using Capsense on PSoC4BLE Kit. Here PsoC4 acts as I2C Master.
A 4 line x 32 character Braille display and keyboard for the Blind.
A universal Bluetooth remote controlled LED chandelier. Works with any serial command over Bluetooth to turn ON/OFF the lights!
A very complex control system used a lot in education, because it's composed of two unstable processes: a DC motor and a rolling ball.
Emergency Remote Electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring system using PSoC3 (Programmable System-on-Chip).
An analog heavy system that detects leakage of NG (Methane) from stoves, gas cylinder tubes inside kitchen and generates audiovisual alerts.
PSoC4 BLE receives OTA data and is sent to FM4 over UART and then to PC over Ethernet. FM4 also sends Ethernet data and is converted to BLE.
Here you can see how an LED in FM4 kit is controlled by PSoC 4 Capsense and LED in PSoC4 kit is controlled by potentiometer of FM4 Kit.
This project demonstrates how to measure weight using a load cell (strain gauge) interfaced with Cypress’s PSoC Analog Coprocessor.
A great way to save resources (pins) and make a device with plenty of configurations and information in different screens.
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