This is a custom PSoC component to drive the nRF24 radios!
Bit banging implementation of 1 Wire interface between PSoC 4 and DS18B20 digital thermometer.
A full featured stepper control involving speed and line interpolation for 2-axis motion.
Want a cheap and awesome smart robot car? Why not buy an RC car and convert it? This project shows how to hack the hardware and get control.
PSoC4 acts as an SPI master and FM0 as an SPI slave.
This code example demonstrates the interfacing of PSoC 4200 pioneer kit with MB39C031-EVBSK-01 evaluation kit.
The next part for this project is making the DC motor move to a desired position.
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.
A great way to save resources (pins) and make a device with plenty of configurations and information in different screens.
A very simple example of Hbridge DC motor control, Joystick ADC reading and offset calibration.
Project describes I2C communication between FM4 Master and PSoC 4 Slave with UART log for demonstration.
This Code Examples demonstrates bootloading a PSoC4 device from an External EEPROM.
A very simple way to store data in your programs even after the device is shutdown, in a very simple way to make it work.
A very simple interface for debugging or operating an embedded system can be easily configured with UART. Works great for data acquisition.
Running short on pins? Don't waste pins, work with a I2C LCD instead.
Digital Logic circuits with PSOC are a very powerful tool. Hardware logic runs in parallel to the processor.
A nice example of the capabilities of the digital hardware in the PSoC (If you can use the UDBs or TCPWM they work far better than this).
The Quad PWM component provides 4 8-bit PWM outputs using a single UDB. This is 2 times more than the current PSoC Creator PWM component.
This project uses CapSense to do contactless measurement of liquid levels from sensors located on the outside of a non-conductive container.
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