Mouser now stocking Cypress’ CapSense prototyping kit

November 07, 2016 // By Julien Happich
Mouser Electronics is now stocking the CY8CKIT-145-40XX PSoC 4000S CapSense Prototyping Kit from Cypress Semiconductor, featuring the company's first PSoC 4 with an ARM Cortex-M0+ core.

The PSoC 4000S Prototyping Kit enables engineers to evaluate and develop touch applications with Cypress's fourth-generation, low-power CapSense capacitive-sensing solution, with a snap-away form-factor allowing engineers to separate the on-board programmer and debugger from the target board and use it independently. The PSoC 4000S device features the fourth-generation, low-power CapSense solution with up to 32 kBytes of flash, 4 kBytes of SRAM, six programmable analog blocks, seven programmable digital blocks, 36 general purpose inputs and outputs (GPIOs), and 16 smart IOs. The kit features Cypress's CapSense solution, designed to work in noisy environments and in the presence of liquids. The kit features two capacitive boards, one of which includes three capacitive buttons, and the other features a five-segment capacitive slider. Both boards are capable of self- and mutual-capacitive sensing. The PSoC 4000S Prototyping Kit provides easy access to all the device IOs in a breadboard-compatible format and includes an EZ-BLE PRoC module, a LED and a push button. The kit also contains a KitProg onboard programmer and debugger, designed using PSoC 5LP, which can support industry-standard programming interfaces like CMSIS-DAP and drag-and-drop programing.

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