This Smart Spider is controlled through Smartphone/Tablet via Bluetooth Low Energy (PSoC4 BLE). Designed for PSoC® Pioneer Challenge 2015
Stand alone Thermal Printer using the CY8CKIT-042BLE. Have used the PSoC UDB to create Hardware logic to drive the motor and print head.
This PSoC Creator custom-component were developed to be used as driver of the cheap and easy to get Nokia 5110 display.
This sleek machine can mix juice cocktails or real ones (age permitting) on command and looks great on your counter.
Cypress PSoC 4 has all the right characteristics to be an Arduino killer: highly configurable, shield compatibility, low price, speed ...
An emotional little robot ^_^
Sensing office conditions, this device can automate and save energy and time.
Utilizing IDAC to inject current through unknown Resistor & measuring Voltage across it with 12 bit ADC finally Ohms Law to find Resistance.
CY8CKIT-048 PSoC Analog Coprocessor Pioneer Kit is used to reproduce the classic Theremin musical instrument!
Control the parameters of temperature, humidity, lighting and check the access to the crop to automate the process.
A 4 line x 32 character Braille display and keyboard for the Blind.
Monitor what happening in the baby room when we are not present there and send an SMS to the parent when motion is Detected.
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.
Pulse High measurement (proportional to distance) of HCSR-04 (Echo pin) UltraSonic Ranging module using Timer component of PSoC 4
The flexibility of the PSoC 4100 project board and the inexpensive Nokia 5110 GLCD opens the door for a very inexpensive 6-channel voltmeter
An analog heavy system that detects leakage of NG (Methane) from stoves, gas cylinder tubes inside kitchen and generates audiovisual alerts.
POC for interfacing with single wire communication protocol based DHT11 and DHT22 devices for logging temperature and Humidity using PSoC 4.
This project demonstrates how to create a custom down counter with a UDB datapath using the UDB Editor.
24/7 monitoring with CY8CKIT-048 PSoC® Analog Coprocessor Pioneer Kit and a Raspberry Pi
A full featured stepper control involving speed and line interpolation for 2-axis motion.
Hacking smooth tones out of the PSoC 4's small-current DAC
System that monitor battery cells health in battery chains of UPS.
Measuring RMS uses external hardware or intensive software. I use the PSoC on-board hardware with little software required.
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