Comments: Using the PSoC 6 Pioneer Board with the Pioneer IoT Add-on Shield

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  • The example references: "This is just a renamed copy of Cypress code example CE218134."

    However I was not able to locate any Cypress example CE218134. There are examples listed as CE218133 or CE218135 but not CE218134.

    http://www.cypress.com/documentation/code-examples/psoc-6-mcu-code-examples

    • I'm embarrassed to admit it but I can't find it either. Maybe it was deleted?

      Functionally, however, it is identical to the example.

  • After downloading and unzipping the PSoC 6 Pioneer Kit Software from the listed link, when I attempted to Build the BLE_To_RPi project in PSoC Creator 4.2, I received the following error:

    Dependency Generation... Cleanup... ERROR: Could not copy file C:\Program Files\Cypress\PDL\3.0.1\drivers\peripheral\efuse\cy_efuse.c to L:\Cypress\PSoC_6\Pioneer_IoT_Kit_Shield-master\Firmware\BLE_To_RPi\BLE_To_RPi.cydsn\Generated_Source\PSoC6\pdl\drivers\peripheral\efuse\cy_efuse.c; failed with message: Could not find a part of the path 'L:\Cypress\PSoC_6\Pioneer_IoT_Kit_Shield-master\Firmware\BLE_To_RPi\BLE_To_RPi.cydsn\Generated_Source\PSoC6\pdl\drivers\peripheral\efuse\cy_efuse.c'. ERROR: Failed while attempting to update project 'BLE_To_RPi': Could not find a part of the path 'L:\Cypress\PSoC_6\Pioneer_IoT_Kit_Shield-master\Firmware\BLE_To_RPi\BLE_To_RPi.cydsn\Generated_Source\PSoC6\pdl\drivers\peripheral\efuse\cy_efuse.c'. --------------- Build Failed: 02/24/2018 01:26:47 ---------------

    I just manually copied the 'efuse' folder to the project 'Generate Source" location and the project built without error..

  • This board can works with PSoC6 pioneer kit : a goo news for us. My team uses PSoC6 dev board, we add a SD Card slot to ours pioneer board but currently PSoC Creator doesn't provide emFile. The emFile is a schematic bloc to add into the graphical part of project, this bloc provides some functions to easy integration of SD card on the cortex part.

    Do you have develop your "emFile" to validate your design?

    yours, robin.

    • We had the same problem that Creator doesn't provide emFile for PSoC 6, so we had to verify the design using a different board. We used a SparkFun RedBoard for design verification of the SD Card functionality.

      I'm sorry we can't help!


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