Has Cypress Dropped Support for 29x processors?

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Has Cypress Dropped Support for 29x processors?

Postby Mr_E » Tue Apr 08, 2014 8:54 am

One of the pins on my 29x emulator POD was damaged by static, so I'm looking for a replacement.

To my surprise, no distributor has a CY3250-29XXX or even CY3250-29XXX-POD. Also for the prices listed I could buy a development kit (XY3215-DK).

Oh wait, the CY3215-DK (which includes a 29X pod) is no longer available either. The only ICE available now is the CY3215A-DK "Lite" version, which does not include the 29X pod.

Frustrated....
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Re: Has Cypress Dropped Support for 29x processors?

Postby bobmarlowe » Tue Apr 08, 2014 10:01 am

I would suggest you to file a "MyCase" at Cypress.com.
Go to "Support & Community -> Technical Support -> Create a MyCase". I'm quite shure you will get help.

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Re: Has Cypress Dropped Support for 29x processors?

Postby Mr_E » Tue Apr 08, 2014 10:38 am

Indeed, I filed a case yesterday. Waiting on a reply. Oh wait...here's one just now. They are transferring me to tech support. More waiting...
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Re: Has Cypress Dropped Support for 29x processors?

Postby bobmarlowe » Tue Apr 08, 2014 11:11 am

And on long terms I would change to PSoC4 (Now for $1 per unit) which has got some integrated debug capabilities. Smallest prototype board for $4.
The ARM Cortex M0 core is a bit (or even byte :mrgreen: ) more sophisticated than the M8C although the analog capabilities of the PSoC1 are better to handle.


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Re: Has Cypress Dropped Support for 29x processors?

Postby toalan2001 » Tue Apr 08, 2014 10:37 pm

I noticed some other pods and stuff were no longer available on the cypress website too, I thought it was just that the pages got lost as the cypress website has always been a total mess when trying to find debugging tools even when PSOC1 was state of the art.
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