A good project to let people explore capacitive sensing and play around with the sensitivity of the pads to their personal capacitive field.
Great lab, step by step.
Today’s post is our third post in the Getting Starting Lab series. We’ve included the example projects and templates in the post below. The Getting Started Lab document and PDF are also included. This example covers a PSoC CapSense example that uses UART serial communication to transmit the touch data to a host PC application. This example is focusing on providing a detailed set of instructions to create the lab example.
We hope by the end of this short mini-series you will be able to create new projects on PSoC 4, wire up hardware, use basic PSoC 4 features, and be able to forward on that learning to anyone that might be interested in PSoC.
Forum Post Attachments:
At the bottom of this post we are including the following items:
- Example Project Zip File
- Example Template Project
- Workshop document
Please take the time to follow the instructions to create your first PSoC Creator example using the Pioneer board.
For this example please download the example projects, template files, and the workshop documents and begin following the instructions to create your first example.
All hardware connections will be discussed in the attached workshop document.
Test Your Project:
Please take a moment to review the workshop document. Tomorrow will be our last workshop example for this week.
I hope this example can help you learn about PSoC Creator and PSoC 4.