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Introduction to EZ-PD CCG2: USB Type-C Cable Controller from Cypress Semiconductor
by Cypress - 2015-03-11 14:34 - 10,158 views
Mark Fu, Sr. Marketing Director introduces EZ-PD CCG2, Cypress’s second-generation USB Type-C solution. CCG2 is a highly integrated controller targeting Type-C cables and accessories. Based on Cypress’s PSoC architecture, CCG2 integrates an ARM Cortex M0 CPU, 32KB Flash, Type-C transceiver and termination resistors, and system-level ESD protection up to 8KV contact and 15KV air gap discharge. Available in a 20-ball Chip-Scale Package (CSP) measuring only 3.3 mm2, CCG2 is 50% smaller than its predecessor CCG1 and requires only 4 external passive components, making it a compelling solution for Type-C Electronically Marked Cable Assemblies (EMCA) and accessories. In this video, Mark Fu demonstrates a CCG2 demo kit that delivers 60W over a Type-C port, charging a notebook PC.
PSoC 4 BLE 101: 3 Finishing the Find Me Application with Firmware
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 16:36 - 8,215 views
#3 of 6 PSoC BLE Lessons. In this lesson we take the Find Me profile you configured in the previous video and add the firmware required to make it work on the PSoC 4 BLE. Watch these PSoC Creator 101 BLE videos to understand all of the BLE concepts required to get started.
PSoC 4 BLE 101: 4 Adding Battery Level Service and Testing with CySmart
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 16:36 - 8,349 views
#4 of 6 PSoC BLE lessons. This lesson takes the Find Me profile built in the first two lessons & adds a Battery Level service. Most BLE devices are battery-powered, often with just a CR2032 coin cell. Easily add the service without writing any code.
PSoC 4 BLE 101: 5 Using CapSense with Bluetooth Low Energy
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 16:35 - 9,529 views
#5 of 6 PSoC BLE lessons. In this BLE lesson, we show how to use PSoC Creator’s Custom Service to quickly and easily add a CapSense slider to a BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) design.
PSoC 4 BLE 101: 6 Extending Battery Life with PSoC Low Energy Modes
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 16:35 - 9,292 views
#6 of 6 PSoC BLE lessons. Add power savings into your BLE designs easily using PSoC and PSoC Creator. In the last lessons we created Find Me peripheral with a Battery Level service. This lesson shows how to minimize power consumption to extend battery life in your BLE designs
PSoC 4 M-Series
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 16:35 - 14,594 views
PSoC 4 M-Series expands the popular PSoC 4 family of products, enabling engineers to easily migrate and improve existing product designs. PSoC 4 M-Series has an extended Analog Front End, more Universal Building Blocks and up to 128KB of flash memory, including special modules like CAN communications and DMA capabilities.
How to Get Started with PSoC 4 by Turning On/Off an LED
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 16:31 - 8,920 views
PSoC is a unique architecture. In this video, we demonstrate how to turn on and off an LED with PSoC 4, directly working with the hardware and with no CPU intervention. Something no other MCU can do!
How to Get Started with PSoC 4 by Toggling an LED
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 16:31 - 10,220 views
PSoC is a unique architecture. In this video, we demonstrate how to turn on and toggle an LED with PSoC 4, directly working with the hardware and with no CPU intervention. Something no other MCU can do!
How to blink an LED using Firmware with PSoC 5LP
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 14:32 - 9,498 views
PSoC enables you to work with firmware and hardware solutions. In this example, we will setup the hardware for PSoC enables you to work with firmware and hardware solutions. we will setup the hardware for PSoC 5LP and use a firmware solution to toggle an LED. To setup the hardware select a pin, configuring it as a software driven output driving the LED and writing the C Code in main() to turn on and off the LED.
How to Blink an LED Using a PWM Component with PSoC 5LP
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 14:31 - 8,302 views
In this video, we use a PSoC Creator component to configure a PWM to blink an LED. The PWM component provides compare outputs to generate single or continuous timing and control signals in hardware. The PWM provides an easy method of generating complex real-time events accurately with minimal CPU intervention.

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