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PSoC® 4: PSoC 4100 Family Datasheet Programmable
PSoC® 4: PSoC 4100 Family
Datasheet
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Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC )
General Description
PSoC® 4 is a scalable and reconfigurable platform architecture for a family of mixed-signal programmable embedded system
controllers with an ARM® Cortex™-M0 CPU. It combines programmable and re-configurable analog and digital blocks with flexible
automatic routing. The PSoC 4100 product family, based on this platform, is a combination of a microcontroller with digital programmable logic, high-performance analog-to-digital conversion, opamps with Comparator mode, and standard communication and timing
peripherals. The PSoC 4100 products will be fully upward compatible with members of the PSoC 4 platform for new applications and
design needs. The programmable analog and digital sub-systems allow flexibility and in-field tuning of the design.
Features
32-bit MCU Sub-system
Serial Communication
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24-MHz ARM Cortex-M0 CPU with single-cycle multiply
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Up to 32 kB of flash with Read Accelerator
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Up to 4 kB of SRAM
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Two independent run-time reconfigurable serial communication blocks (SCBs) with reconfigurable I2C, SPI, or UART
functionality
Timing and Pulse-Width Modulation
Programmable Analog
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Four 16-bit timer/counter pulse-width modulator (TCPWM)
blocks
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Center-aligned, Edge, and Pseudo-random modes
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Comparator-based triggering of Kill signals for motor drive and
other high reliability digital logic applications
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Two opamps with reconfigurable high-drive external and
high-bandwidth internal drive and Comparator modes and ADC
input buffering capability
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12-bit 806 Ksps SAR ADC with differential and single-ended
modes and Channel Sequencer with signal averaging
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Two current DACs (IDACs) for general-purpose or capacitive
sensing applications on any pin
Up to 36 Programmable GPIOs
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Two low-power comparators that operate in Deep Sleep
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48-pin TQFP, 44-pin TQFP, 40-pin QFN, and 28-pin SSOP
packages.
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Any GPIO pin can be CapSense, LCD, analog, or digital
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Drive modes, strengths, and slew rates are programmable
Low Power 1.71-V to 5.5-V operation
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20-nA Stop Mode with GPIO pin wakeup
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Hibernate and Deep Sleep modes allow wakeup-time versus
power trade-offs
Capacitive Sensing
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Cypress CapSense Sigma-Delta (CSD) provides best-in-class
SNR (>5:1) and water tolerance
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Cypress supplied software component makes capacitive
sensing design easy
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Automatic hardware tuning (SmartSense™)
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Integrated Development Environment provides schematic
design entry and build (with analog and digital automatic
routing)
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Applications Programming Interface (API Component) for all
fixed-function and programmable peripherals
Industry Standard Tool Compatibility
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Segment LCD Drive
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LCD drive supported on all pins (common or segment)
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Operates in Deep Sleep mode with 4 bits per pin memory
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation
Document Number: 001-87220 Rev. *D
PSoC Creator Design Environment
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After schematic entry, development can be done with
ARM-based industry-standard development tools
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Revised January 8, 2015
PSoC® 4: PSoC 4100 Family
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More Information
Cypress provides a wealth of data at www.cypress.com to help you to select the right PSoC device for your design, and to help you
to quickly and effectively integrate the device into your design. For a comprehensive list of resources, see the knowledge base article
KBA86521, How to Design with PSoC 3, PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP. Following is an abbreviated list for PSoC 4:
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Overview: PSoC Portfolio, PSoC Roadmap
Product Selectors: PSoC 1, PSoC 3, PSoC 4, PSoC 5LP
In addition, PSoC Creator includes a device selection tool.
Application notes: Cypress offers a large number of PSoC
application notes covering a broad range of topics, from basic
to advanced level. Recommended application notes for getting
started with PSoC 4 are:
❐ AN79953: Getting Started With PSoC 4
❐ AN88619: PSoC 4 Hardware Design Considerations
❐ AN86439: Using PSoC 4 GPIO Pins
❐ AN57821: Mixed Signal Circuit Board Layout
❐ AN81623: Digital Design Best Practices
❐ AN73854: Introduction To Bootloaders
❐ AN89610: ARM Cortex Code Optimization
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Technical Reference Manual (TRM) is in two documents:
❐ Architecture TRM details each PSoC 4 functional block.
❐ Registers TRM describes each of the PSoC 4 registers.
Development Kits:
❐ CY8CKIT-042, PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit, is an easy-to-use and
inexpensive development platform. This kit includes
connectors for Arduino™ compatible shields and Digilent®
Pmod™ daughter cards.
❐ CY8CKIT-049 is a very low-cost prototyping platform. It is a
low-cost alternative to sampling PSoC 4 devices.
❐ CY8CKIT-001 is a common development platform for any
one of the PSoC 1, PSoC 3, PSoC 4, or PSoC 5LP families
of devices.
The MiniProg3 device provides an interface for flash
programming and debug.
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PSoC Creator
PSoC Creator is a free Windows-based Integrated Design Environment (IDE). It enables concurrent hardware and firmware design
of PSoC 3, PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP based systems. Create designs using classic, familiar schematic capture supported by over 100
pre-verified, production-ready PSoC Components; see the list of component datasheets. With PSoC Creator, you can:
1. Drag and drop component icons to build your hardware
3. Configure components using the configuration tools
system design in the main design workspace
4. Explore the library of 100+ components
2. Codesign your application firmware with the PSoC hardware,
5. Review component datasheets
using the PSoC Creator IDE C compiler
Figure 1. Multiple-Sensor Example Project in PSoC Creator
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PSoC® 4: PSoC 4100 Family
Datasheet
Contents
Functional Definition........................................................ 5
CPU and Memory Subsystem ..................................... 5
System Resources ...................................................... 5
Analog Blocks.............................................................. 6
Fixed Function Digital.................................................. 7
GPIO ........................................................................... 7
Special Function Peripherals....................................... 8
Pinouts .............................................................................. 9
Power............................................................................... 13
Unregulated External Supply..................................... 13
Regulated External Supply........................................ 14
Development Support .................................................... 15
Documentation .......................................................... 15
Online ........................................................................ 15
Tools.......................................................................... 15
Electrical Specifications ................................................ 16
Absolute Maximum Ratings....................................... 16
Device-Level Specifications ...................................... 16
Document Number: 001-87220 Rev. *D
Analog Peripherals .................................................... 20
Digital Peripherals ..................................................... 24
Memory ..................................................................... 27
System Resources .................................................... 27
Ordering Information...................................................... 30
Part Numbering Conventions .................................... 31
Packaging........................................................................ 32
Acronyms ........................................................................ 35
Document Conventions ................................................. 37
Units of Measure ....................................................... 37
Revision History ............................................................. 38
Sales, Solutions, and Legal Information ...................... 39
Worldwide Sales and Design Support....................... 39
Products .................................................................... 39
PSoC® Solutions ...................................................... 39
Cypress Developer Community................................. 39
Technical Support ..................................................... 39
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PSoC® 4: PSoC 4100 Family
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Figure 2. Block Diagram
CPU Subsystem
PSoC 4100
SW D
32-bit
AH B -Lite
C ortex
M0
24 M H z
FLASH
U p to 32 kB
SR AM
U p to 4 kB
ROM
4 kB
FAST M U L
N VIC , IR Q M X
R ead Accelerator
SR AM C ontroller
R O M C ontroller
System R esources
x1
SM X
CTBm
x1
2x O pAm p
2x LP Comparator
SAR AD C
(12-bit)
LCD
Program m able
Analog
2x SCB-I2C/SPI/UART
Test
D FT Logic
D FT Analog
Peripheral Interconnect (M M IO)
PC LK
Capsense
R eset
R eset C ontrol
XR ES
Peripherals
4x TCPWM
C lock
C lock C ontrol
WDT
IM O
ILO
System Interconnect (Single Layer AHB)
IOSS GPIO (5x ports)
Pow er
Sleep C ontrol
W IC
PO R
LVD
R EF
BO D
PW R SYS
N VLatches
Port Interface & D igital System Interconnect (D SI)
H igh Speed I/O M atrix
Pow er M odes
Active/Sleep
D eep Sleep
H ibernate
36x G PIO s
IO Subsystem
The PSoC 4100 devices include extensive support for
programming, testing, debugging, and tracing both hardware
and firmware.
The ARM Serial_Wire Debug (SWD) interface supports all
programming and debug features of the device.
Complete debug-on-chip functionality enables full device
debugging in the final system using the standard production
device. It does not require special interfaces, debugging pods,
simulators, or emulators. Only the standard programming
connections are required to fully support debug.
The PSoC Creator Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
provides fully integrated programming and debug support for the
PSoC 4100 devices. The SWD interface is fully compatible with
industry standard third party tools. With the ability to disable
debug features, with very robust flash protection, and by allowing
customer-proprietary functionality to be implemented in on-chip
programmable blocks, the PSoC 4100 family provides a level of
Document Number: 001-87220 Rev. *D
security not possible with multi-chip application solutions or with
microcontrollers.
The debug circuits are enabled by default and can only be
disabled in firmware. If not enabled, the only way to re-enable
them is to erase the entire device, clear flash protection, and
reprogram the device with new firmware that enables debugging.
Additionally, all device interfaces can be permanently disabled
(device security) for applications concerned about phishing
attacks due to a maliciously reprogrammed device or attempts to
defeat security by starting and interrupting flash programming
sequences. Because all programming, debug, and test interfaces are disabled when maximum device security is enabled,
PSoC 4100 with device security enabled may not be returned for
failure analysis. This is a trade-off the PSoC 4100 allows the
customer to make.
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PSoC® 4: PSoC 4100 Family
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Functional Definition
CPU and Memory Subsystem
CPU
The Cortex-M0 CPU in PSoC 4100 is part of the 32-bit MCU
subsystem, which is optimized for low power operation with
extensive clock gating. It mostly uses 16-bit instructions and
executes a subset of the Thumb-2 instruction set. This enables
fully compatible binary upward migration of the code to higher
performance processors such as the Cortex-M3 and M4, thus
enabling upward compatibility. The Cypress implementation
includes a hardware multiplier that provides a 32-bit result in one
cycle. It includes a nested vectored interrupt controller (NVIC)
block with 32 interrupt inputs and also includes a Wakeup
Interrupt Controller (WIC), which can wake the processor up
from Deep Sleep mode allowing power to be switched off to the
main processor when the chip is in Deep Sleep mode. The
Cortex-M0 CPU provides a Non-Maskable Interrupt input (NMI),
which is made available to the user when it is not in use for
system functions requested by the user.
The CPU also includes a debug interface, the serial wire debug
(SWD) interface, which is a two-wire form of JTAG; the debug
configuration used for PSoC 4100 has four break-point
(address) comparators and two watchpoint (data) comparators.
Clock System
The PSoC 4100 clock system is responsible for providing clocks
to all subsystems that require clocks and for switching between
different clock sources without glitching. In addition, the clock
system ensures that no metastable conditions occur.
The clock system for PSoC 4100 consists of the internal main
oscillator (IMO) and the internal low-power oscillator (ILO) and
provision for an external clock.
Figure 3. PSoC 4100 MCU Clocking Architecture
IMO
HFCLK
EXTCLK
ILO
LFCLK
HFCLK
SYSCLK
Prescaler
Flash
PSoC 4100 has a flash module with a flash accelerator tightly
coupled to the CPU to improve average access times from the
flash block. The flash block is designed to deliver 0 wait-state
(WS) access time at 24 MHz. Part of the flash module can be
used to emulate EEPROM operation if required.
SRAM
SRAM memory is retained during Hibernate.
UDB
Dividers
UDBn
Analog
Divider
SAR clock
Peripheral
Dividers
PERXYZ_CLK
SROM
A supervisory ROM that contains boot and configuration routines
is provided.
System Resources
Power System
The power system is described in detail in the section Power on
page 13. It provides assurance that voltage levels are as
required for each respective mode and either delay mode entry
(on power-on reset (POR), for example) until voltage levels are
as required for proper function or generate resets (brown-out
detect (BOD)) or interrupts (low-voltage detect (LVD)). The
PSoC 4100 operates with a single external supply over the range
of 1.71 V to 5.5 V and has five different power modes, transitions
between which are managed by the power system. PSoC 4100
provides Sleep, Deep Sleep, Hibernate, and Stop low-power
modes.
The HFCLK signal can be divided down (see PSoC 4100 MCU
Clocking Architecture) to generate synchronous clocks for the
analog and digital peripherals. There are a total of 12 clock
dividers for PSoC 4100, each with 16-bit divide capability. The
analog clock leads the digital clocks to allow analog events to
occur before digital clock-related noise is generated. The 16-bit
capability allows a lot of flexibility in generating fine-grained
frequency values and is fully supported in PSoC Creator.
IMO Clock Source
The IMO is the primary source of internal clocking in the
PSoC 4100. It is trimmed during testing to achieve the specified
accuracy. Trim values are stored in nonvolatile latches (NVL).
Additional trim settings from flash can be used to compensate for
changes. The IMO default frequency is 24 MHz and it can be
adjusted between 3 MHz to 24 MHz in steps of 1 MHz. The IMO
tolerance with Cypress-provided calibration settings is ±2%.
ILO Clock Source
The ILO is a very low power oscillator, which is primarily used to
generate clocks for peripheral operation in Deep Sleep mode.
ILO-driven counters can be calibrated to the IMO to improve
accuracy. Cypress provides a software component, which does
the calibration.
Document Number: 001-87220 Rev. *D
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Watchdog Timer
A watchdog timer is implemented in the clock block running from
the ILO; this allows watchdog operation during Deep Sleep and
generates a watchdog reset if not serviced before the timeout
occurs. The watchdog reset is recorded in the Reset Cause
register.
Reset
PSoC 4100 can be reset from a variety of sources including a
software reset. Reset events are asynchronous and guarantee
reversion to a known state. The reset cause is recorded in a
register, which is sticky through reset and allows software to
determine the cause of the reset. An XRES pin is reserved for
external reset to avoid complications with configuration and
multiple pin functions during power-on or reconfiguration. The
XRES pin has an internal pull-up resistor that is always enabled.
Voltage Reference
The PSoC 4100 reference system generates all internally
required references. A 1% voltage reference spec is provided for
the 12-bit ADC. To allow better signal to noise ratios (SNR) and
better absolute accuracy, it is possible to bypass the internal
reference using a GPIO pin or to use an external reference for
the SAR.
Analog Blocks
12-bit SAR ADC
external reference through a GPIO pin. The sample-and-hold
(S/H) aperture is programmable allowing the gain bandwidth
requirements of the amplifier driving the SAR inputs, which
determine its settling time, to be relaxed if required. System
performance will be 65 dB for true 12-bit precision providing
appropriate references are used and system noise levels permit.
To improve performance in noisy conditions, it is possible to
provide an external bypass (through a fixed pin location) for the
internal reference amplifier.
The SAR is connected to a fixed set of pins through an 8-input
sequencer. The sequencer cycles through selected channels
autonomously (sequencer scan) and does so with zero switching
overhead (that is, aggregate sampling bandwidth is equal to
806 Ksps whether it is for a single channel or distributed over
several channels). The sequencer switching is effected through
a state machine or through firmware driven switching. A feature
provided by the sequencer is buffering of each channel to reduce
CPU interrupt service requirements. To accommodate signals
with varying source impedance and frequency, it is possible to
have different sample times programmable for each channel.
Also, signal range specification through a pair of range registers
(low and high range values) is implemented with a corresponding
out-of-range interrupt if the digitized value exceeds the
programmed range; this allows fast detection of out-of-range
values without the necessity of having to wait for a sequencer
scan to be completed and the CPU to read the values and check
for out-of-range values in software.
The SAR is able to digitize the output of the on-board temperature sensor for calibration and other temperature-dependent
functions. The SAR is not available in Deep Sleep and Hibernate
modes as it requires a high-speed clock (up to 18 MHz). The
SAR operating range is 1.71 V to 5.5 V.
The 12-bit 806 Ksps SAR ADC can operate at a maximum clock
rate of 14.5 MHz and requires a minimum of 18 clocks at that
frequency to do a 12-bit conversion.
The block functionality is augmented for the user by adding a
reference buffer to it (trimmable to ±1%) and by providing the
choice (for the PSoC 4100 case) of three internal voltage references: VDD, VDD/2, and VREF (nominally 1.024 V) as well as an
Figure 4. SAR ADC System Diagram
AHB System Bus and Programmable Logic
Interconnect
SAR Sequencer
vminus vplus
Data and
Status Flags
POS
SARADC
NEG
P7
Port 2 (8 inputs)
SARMUX
P0
Sequencing
and Control
External
Reference
and
Bypass
(optional)
Reference
Selection
VDD/2
VDDD
VREF
Inputs from other Ports
Two Opamps (CTBm Block)
Temperature Sensor
PSoC 4100 has two opamps with Comparator modes which
allow most common analog functions to be performed on-chip
eliminating external components; PGAs, voltage buffers, filters,
trans-impedance amplifiers, and other functions can be realized
with external passives saving power, cost, and space. The
on-chip opamps are designed with enough bandwidth to drive
the S/H circuit of the ADC without requiring external buffering.
PSoC 4100 has one on-chip temperature sensor This consists
of a diode, which is biased by a current source that can be
disabled to save power. The temperature sensor is connected to
the ADC, which digitizes the reading and produces a temperature value using Cypress supplied software that includes
calibration and linearization.
Document Number: 001-87220 Rev. *D
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Low-power Comparators
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PSoC 4100 has a pair of low-power comparators, which can also
operate in the Deep Sleep and Hibernate modes. This allows the
analog system blocks to be disabled while retaining the ability to
monitor external voltage levels during low-power modes. The
comparator outputs are normally synchronized to avoid metastability unless operating in an asynchronous power mode
(Hibernate) where the system wake-up circuit is activated by a
comparator switch event.
Fixed Function Digital
Timer/Counter/PWM Block (TCPWM)
The TCPWM block consists of four 16-bit counters with
user-programmable period length. There is a Capture register to
record the count value at the time of an event (which may be an
I/O event), a period register which is used to either stop or
auto-reload the counter when its count is equal to the period
register, and compare registers to generate compare value
signals which are used as PWM duty cycle outputs. The block
also provides true and complementary outputs with programmable offset between them to allow use as deadband programmable complementary PWM outputs. It also has a Kill input to
force outputs to a predetermined state; for example, this is used
in motor drive systems when an overcurrent state is indicated
and the PWMs driving the FETs need to be shut off immediately
with no time for software intervention.
Serial Communication Blocks (SCB)
The PSoC 4100 has two SCBs, which can each implement an
I2C, UART, or SPI interface.
I2C Mode: The hardware I2C block implements a full
multi-master and slave interface (it is capable of multimaster
arbitration). This block is capable of operating at speeds of up to
1 Mbps (Fast Mode Plus) and has flexible buffering options to
reduce interrupt overhead and latency for the CPU. It also
supports EzI2C that creates a mailbox address range in the
memory of PSoC 4100 and effectively reduces I2C communication to reading from and writing to an array in memory. In
addition, the block supports an 8-deep FIFO for receive and
transmit which, by increasing the time given for the CPU to read
data, greatly reduces the need for clock stretching caused by the
CPU not having read data on time. The FIFO mode is available
in all channels and is very useful in the absence of DMA.
The I2C peripheral is compatible with the I2C Standard-mode,
Fast-mode, and Fast-Mode Plus devices as defined in the NXP
I2C-bus specification and user manual (UM10204). The I2C bus
I/O is implemented with GPIO in open-drain modes.
PSoC 4100 is not completely compliant with the
following respects:
I2C
spec in the
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GPIO cells are not overvoltage-tolerant and, therefore, cannot
be hot-swapped or powered up independently of the rest of the
I2C system.
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Fast-mode Plus has an IOL specification of 20 mA at a VOL of
0.4 V. The GPIO cells can sink a maximum of 8-mA IOL with a
VOL maximum of 0.6 V.
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Fast-mode and Fast-mode Plus specify minimum Fall times,
which are not met with the GPIO cell; Slow strong mode can
help meet this spec depending on the Bus Load.
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When the SCB is an I2C master, it interposes an IDLE state
between NACK and Repeated Start; the I2C spec defines Bus
free as following a Stop condition so other Active Masters do
not intervene but a Master that has just become activated may
start an Arbitration cycle.
When the SCB is in I2C slave mode, and Address Match on
External Clock is enabled (EC_AM = 1) along with operation in
the internally clocked mode (EC_OP = 0), then its I2C address
must be even.
UART Mode: This is a full-feature UART operating at up to
1 Mbps. It supports automotive single-wire interface (LIN),
infrared interface (IrDA), and SmartCard (ISO7816) protocols, all
of which are minor variants of the basic UART protocol. In
addition, it supports the 9-bit multiprocessor mode that allows
addressing of peripherals connected over common RX and TX
lines. Common UART functions such as parity error, break
detect, and frame error are supported. An 8-deep FIFO allows
much greater CPU service latencies to be tolerated.
SPI Mode: The SPI mode supports full Motorola SPI, TI SSP
(essentially adds a start pulse used to synchronize SPI Codecs),
and National Microwire (half-duplex form of SPI). The SPI block
can use the FIFO and also supports an EzSPI mode in which
data interchange is reduced to reading and writing an array in
memory.
GPIO
PSoC 4100 has 36 GPIOs. The GPIO block implements the
following:
Eight drive strength modes:
❐ Analog input mode (input and output buffers disabled)
❐ Input only
❐ Weak pull-up with strong pull-down
❐ Strong pull-up with weak pull-down
❐ Open drain with strong pull-down
❐ Open drain with strong pull-up
❐ Strong pull-up with strong pull-down
❐ Weak pull-up with weak pull-down
■ Input threshold select (CMOS or LVTTL).
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Individual control of input and output buffer enabling/disabling
in addition to the drive strength modes.
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Hold mode for latching previous state (used for retaining I/O
state in Deep Sleep mode and Hibernate modes).
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Selectable slew rates for dV/dt related noise control to improve
EMI.
The pins are organized in logical entities called ports, which are
8-bit in width. During power-on and reset, the blocks are forced
to the disable state so as not to crowbar any inputs and/or cause
excess turn-on current. A multiplexing network known as a
high-speed I/O matrix is used to multiplex between various
signals that may connect to an I/O pin. Pin locations for
fixed-function peripherals are also fixed to reduce internal multiplexing complexity.
Data output and pin state registers store, respectively, the values
to be driven on the pins and the states of the pins themselves.
Every I/O pin can generate an interrupt if so enabled and each
I/O port has an interrupt request (IRQ) and interrupt service
routine (ISR) vector associated with it (5 for PSoC 4100 since it
has 4.5 ports).
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Special Function Peripherals
LCD Segment Drive
PSoC 4100 has an LCD controller which can drive up to four
commons and up to 32 segments. It uses full digital methods to
drive the LCD segments requiring no generation of internal LCD
voltages. The two methods used are referred to as digital correlation and PWM.
Digital correlation pertains to modulating the frequency and
levels of the common and segment signals to generate the
highest RMS voltage across a segment to light it up or to keep
the RMS signal zero. This method is good for STN displays but
may result in reduced contrast with TN (cheaper) displays.
PWM pertains to driving the panel with PWM signals to effectively use the capacitance of the panel to provide the integration
of the modulated pulse-width to generate the desired LCD
voltage. This method results in higher power consumption but
can result in better results when driving TN displays. LCD
operation is supported during Deep Sleep refreshing a small
display buffer (4 bits; 1 32-bit register per port).
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CapSense
CapSense is supported on all pins in the PSoC 4100 through a
CapSense Sigma-Delta (CSD) block that can be connected to
any pin through an analog mux bus that any GPIO pin can be
connected to via an Analog switch. CapSense function can thus
be provided on any pin or group of pins in a system under
software control. A component is provided for the CapSense
block to make it easy for the user.
Shield voltage can be driven on another mux bus to provide
water tolerance capability. Water tolerance is provided by driving
the shield electrode in phase with the sense electrode to keep
the shield capacitance from attenuating the sensed input.
The CapSense block has two IDACs which can be used for
general purposes if CapSense is not being used.(both IDACs are
available in that case) or if CapSense is used without water
tolerance (one IDAC is available).
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Pinouts
The following is the pin-list for PSoC 4100. Port 2 comprises of the high-speed Analog inputs for the SAR Mux. P1.7 is the optional external input and bypass for the SAR
reference. Ports 3 and 4 contain the Digital Communication channels. All pins support CSD CapSense and analog mux bus connections.
44-TQFP
Pin
40-QFN
Name
28-SSOP
Pin
Name
48-TQFP
Name
Pin
Pin
1
VSS
–
–
–
–
–
2
P2.0
1
P2.0
–
–
2
3
P2.1
2
P2.1
–
–
3
4
P2.2
3
P2.2
5
P2.2
5
P2.3
4
P2.3
6
P2.3
6
P2.4
5
P2.4
7
7
P2.5
6
P2.5
8
P2.6
7
9
P2.7
8
10
VSS
–
–
Name
Alternate Functions for Pins
Pin Description
Analog
Alt 1
Alt 2
Alt 3
Alt 4
–
–
–
–
–
–
Ground
P2.0
sarmux.0
–
–
–
–
Port 2 Pin 0: gpio, lcd, csd, sarmux
P2.1
sarmux.1
–
–
–
–
Port 2 Pin 1: gpio, lcd, csd, sarmux
4
P2.2
sarmux.2
–
–
–
–
Port 2 Pin 2: gpio, lcd, csd, sarmux
5
P2.3
sarmux.3
–
–
–
–
Port 2 Pin 3: gpio, lcd, csd, sarmux
P2.4
6
P2.4
sarmux.4
tcpwm0_p[1]
–
–
–
Port 2 Pin 4: gpio, lcd, csd, sarmux, pwm
8
P2.5
7
P2.5
sarmux.5
tcpwm0_n[1]
–
–
–
Port 2 Pin 5: gpio, lcd, csd, sarmux, pwm
P2.6
9
P2.6
8
P2.6
sarmux.6
tcpwm1_p[1]
–
–
–
Port 2 Pin 6: gpio, lcd, csd, sarmux, pwm
P2.7
10
P2.7
9
P2.7
sarmux.7
tcpwm1_n[1]
–
–
–
Port 2 Pin 7: gpio, lcd, csd, sarmux, pwm
9
VSS
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Ground
–
–
–
–
10
NC
–
–
–
–
–
No Connect
No Connect
–
–
–
–
–
–
11
NC
–
–
–
–
–
11
P3.0
10
P3.0
11
P3.0
12
P3.0
–
tcpwm0_p[0]
scb1_uart_rx[0]
scb1_i2c_scl[0]
scb1_spi_mosi[0]
Port 3 Pin 0: gpio, lcd, csd, pwm, scb1
12
P3.1
11
P3.1
12
P3.1
13
P3.1
–
tcpwm0_n[0]
scb1_uart_tx[0]
scb1_i2c_sda[0]
scb1_spi_miso[0]
Port 3 Pin 1: gpio, lcd, csd, pwm, scb1
13
P3.2
12
P3.2
13
P3.2
14
P3.2
–
tcpwm1_p[0]
–
swd_io[0]
scb1_spi_clk[0]
Port 3 Pin 2: gpio, lcd, csd, pwm, scb1,
swd
–
–
–
–
–
–
15
VSSD
–
–
–
–
–
14
P3.3
13
P3.3
14
P3.3
16
P3.3
–
tcpwm1_n[0]
–
swd_clk[0]
15
P3.4
14
P3.4
–
–
17
P3.4
–
tcpwm2_p[0]
–
–
scb1_spi_ssel_1
Port 3 Pin 4: gpio, lcd, csd, pwm, scb1
16
P3.5
15
P3.5
–
–
18
P3.5
–
tcpwm2_n[0]
–
–
scb1_spi_ssel_2
Port 3 Pin 5: gpio, lcd, csd, pwm, scb1
17
P3.6
16
P3.6
–
–
19
P3.6
–
tcpwm3_p[0]
–
swd_io[1]
scb1_spi_ssel_3
Port 3 Pin 6: gpio, lcd, csd, pwm, scb1,
swd
18
P3.7
17
P3.7
–
–
20
P3.7
–
tcpwm3_n[0]
–
swd_clk[1]
–
Port 3 Pin 7: gpio, lcd, csd, pwm, swd
19
VDDD
–
–
–
–
21
VDDD
–
–
–
–
–
Digital Supply, 1.8 - 5.5V
20
P4.0
18
P4.0
15
P4.0
22
P4.0
–
–
scb0_uart_rx
scb0_i2c_scl
scb0_spi_mosi
Port 4 Pin 0: gpio, lcd, csd, scb0
21
P4.1
19
P4.1
16
P4.1
23
P4.1
–
–
scb0_uart_tx
scb0_i2c_sda
scb0_spi_miso
Port 4 Pin 1: gpio, lcd, csd, scb0
22
P4.2
20
P4.2
17
P4.2
24
P4.2
csd_c_mod
–
–
–
scb0_spi_clk
Port 4 Pin 2: gpio, lcd, csd, scb0
23
P4.3
21
P4.3
18
P4.3
25
P4.3
csd_c_sh_tank
–
–
–
scb0_spi_ssel_0
Port 4 Pin 3: gpio, lcd, csd, scb0
–
–
–
–
–
–
26
NC
–
–
–
–
–
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Ground
scb1_spi_ssel_0[0] Port 3 Pin 3: gpio, lcd, csd, pwm, scb1,
swd
No Connect
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44-TQFP
40-QFN
28-SSOP
48-TQFP
Alternate Functions for Pins
Pin Description
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
Analog
Alt 1
Alt 2
Alt 3
Alt 4
–
–
–
–
–
–
27
NC
–
–
–
–
–
24
P0.0
22
P0.0
19
P0.0
28
P0.0
comp1_inp
–
–
–
scb0_spi_ssel_1
Port 0 Pin 0: gpio, lcd, csd, scb0, comp
25
P0.1
23
P0.1
20
P0.1
29
P0.1
comp1_inn
–
–
–
scb0_spi_ssel_2
Port 0 Pin 1: gpio, lcd, csd, scb0, comp
26
P0.2
24
P0.2
21
P0.2
30
P0.2
comp2_inp
–
–
–
scb0_spi_ssel_3
27
P0.3
25
P0.3
22
P0.3
31
P0.3
comp2_inn
–
–
–
–
28
P0.4
26
P0.4
–
–
32
P0.4
–
–
scb1_uart_rx[1]
scb1_i2c_scl[1]
scb1_spi_mosi[1]
Port 0 Pin 4: gpio, lcd, csd, scb1
29
P0.5
27
P0.5
–
–
33
P0.5
–
–
scb1_uart_tx[1]
scb1_i2c_sda[1]
scb1_spi_miso[1]
Port 0 Pin 5: gpio, lcd, csd, scb1
30
P0.6
28
P0.6
23
P0.6
34
P0.6
–
ext_clk
–
–
31
P0.7
29
P0.7
24
P0.7
35
P0.7
–
–
–
wakeup
32
XRES
30
XRES
25
XRES
36
XRES
–
–
–
–
–
Chip reset, active low
33
VCCD
31
VCCD
26
VCCD
37
VCCD
–
–
–
–
–
Regulated supply, connect to 1µF cap or
1.8V
scb1_spi_clk[1]
No Connect
Port 0 Pin 2: gpio, lcd, csd, scb0, comp
Port 0 Pin 3: gpio, lcd, csd, comp
Port 0 Pin 6: gpio, lcd, csd, scb1, ext_clk
scb1_spi_ssel_0[1] Port 0 Pin 7: gpio, lcd, csd, scb1, wakeup
–
–
–
–
–
–
38
VSSD
–
–
–
–
–
Digital Ground
34
VDDD
32
VDDD
27
VDD
39
VDDD
–
–
–
–
–
Digital Supply, 1.8 - 5.5V
35
VDDA
33
VDDA
27
VDD
40
VDDA
–
–
–
–
–
Analog Supply, 1.8 - 5.5V, equal to VDDD
36
VSSA
34
VSSA
28
VSS
41
VSSA
–
–
–
–
–
Analog Ground
37
P1.0
35
P1.0
1
P1.0
42
P1.0
ctb.oa0.inp
tcpwm2_p[1]
–
–
–
Port 1 Pin 0: gpio, lcd, csd, ctb, pwm
38
P1.1
36
P1.1
2
P1.1
43
P1.1
ctb.oa0.inm
tcpwm2_n[1]
–
–
–
Port 1 Pin 1: gpio, lcd, csd, ctb, pwm
39
P1.2
37
P1.2
3
P1.2
44
P1.2
ctb.oa0.out
tcpwm3_p[1]
–
–
–
Port 1 Pin 2: gpio, lcd, csd, ctb, pwm
40
P1.3
38
P1.3
–
–
45
P1.3
ctb.oa1.out
tcpwm3_n[1]
–
–
–
Port 1 Pin 3: gpio, lcd, csd, ctb, pwm
41
P1.4
39
P1.4
–
–
46
P1.4
ctb.oa1.inm
–
–
–
–
Port 1 Pin 4: gpio, lcd, csd, ctb
42
P1.5
–
–
–
–
47
P1.5
ctb.oa1.inp
–
–
–
–
Port 1 Pin 5: gpio, lcd, csd, ctb
43
P1.6
–
–
–
–
48
P1.6
ctb.oa0.inp_alt
–
–
–
–
Port 1 Pin 6: gpio, lcd, csd
44
P1.7/VREF
40
P1.7/VREF
4
P1.7/VREF
1
P1.7/VREF ctb.oa1.inp_alt
ext_vref
–
–
–
–
Port 1 Pin 7: gpio, lcd, csd, ext_ref
Descriptions of the Pin functions are as follows:
VDDD: Power supply for both analog and digital sections (where there is no VDDA pin).
VDDA: Analog VDD pin where package pins allow; shorted to VDDD otherwise.
VSSA: Analog ground pin where package pins allow; shorted to VSS otherwise
VSS: Ground pin.
VCCD: Regulated Digital supply (1.8 V ±5%).
Port Pins can all be used as LCD Commons, LCD Segment drivers, or CSD sense and shield pins can be connected to AMUXBUS A or B or can all be used as GPIO pins
that can be driven by firmware or DSI signals.
The following packages are supported: 48-pin TQFP, 44-pin TQFP, 40-pin QFN, and 28-pin SSOP.
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Figure 5. 48-Pin TQFP Pinout
36 VSSA
35 VD DA
34 VD DD
(GPIO)P1[3]
(GPIO)P1[2]
(GPIO)P1[1]
(GPIO)P1[0]
40
39
38
37
(GPIO)P1[7]
44
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1
2
3
4
5
6
33
32
31
30
29
TQFP
(Top View)
28
27
26
25
24
23
VCCD
XRES
(GPIO) P0[7]
(GPIO)
(GPIO)
(GPIO)
(GPIO)
(GPIO)
(GPIO)
( GPIO)
( GPIO)
P0[6]
P0[5]
P0[4]
P0[3]
P0[2]
P0[1]
P0[0]
P4[3]
(GPIO) P4[0]
(GPIO) P4[1]
(GPIO) P4[2]
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
(GPIO) P3[5]
(GPIO) P3[6]
(GPIO) P3[7]
VDD D
12
13
14
15
(GPIO) P3[1]
7
8
9
10
11
(GPIO) P3[2]
(GPIO) P3[3]
(GPIO) P3[4]
VSS
(GPIO) P2[ 0]
(GPIO) P2[1]
(GPIO) P2[2]
(GPIO) P2[3]
(GPIO) P2[4]
(GPIO) P2[5]
(GPIO) P2[6]
(GPIO) P2[7]
VSS
( GPIO) P3[0]
43 (GPIO)P1[6]
42 (GPIO)P1[5]
41 (GPIO)P1[4]
Figure 6. 44-pin TQFP Part Pinout
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(GPIO) P2[0]
(GPIO) P2[1]
(GPIO) P2[2]
(GPIO) P2[3]
(GPIO) P2[4]
(GPIO) P2[5]
1
2
3
4
5
6
(GPIO) P2[6]
(GPIO) P2[7]
Vss
(GPIO) P3[0]
7
8
9
VDDD
VCCD
33
32
31
37
36
35
34
( GPIO)P1[0]
VSSA
VDDA
( GPIO)P1[4]
39
38
( GPIO)P1[3]
( GPIO)P1[2]
( GPIO)P1[1]
(GPIO)P1[7]
40
Figure 7. 40-Pin QFN Pinout
30
29
28
27
QFN
26
25
24
23
22
21
(Top View)
20
(GPIO) P4[2]
(GPIO) P3[6]
(GPIO) P3[7]
19
16
(GPIO) P3[5]
(GPIO) P4[1]
15
(GPIO) P3[3]
(GPIO) P4[0]
12
13
14
(GPIO) P3[2]
(GPIO) P3[4]
11
(GPIO) P3[1]
17
18
10
XRES
(GPIO) P0[7]
(GPIO) P0[6]
(GPIO) P0[5]
(GPIO) P0[4]
(GPIO)
(GPIO)
(GPIO)
(GPIO)
P0[3]
P0[2]
P0[1]
P0[0]
(GPIO) P4[3]
Figure 8. 28-Pin SSOP Pinout
( GPIO) P1[0]
(GPIO) P1[1]
( GPIO) P1[2]
(GPIO) P1[7]
(GPIO) P2[2]
(GPIO) P2[3]
(GPIO) P2[4]
(GPIO) P2[5]
(GPIO) P2[6]
(GPIO) P2[7 ]
(GPIO) P3[0]
(GPIO) P3[1]
(GPIO) P3[2]
(GPIO) P3[3]
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SSOP
(Top View )
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
VSS
VDDD
VCCD
XRES
(GPIO) P0[7]
(GPIO) P0[6]
(GPIO) P0[3]
(GPIO) P0[2]
(GPIO) P0[1]
(GPIO) P0[0]
(GPIO) P4[3]
( GPIO) P4[2]
( GPIO) P4[1]
( GPIO) P4[0]
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C3 1 µF
VCCD
41
VDDA
42
VDDD
43
VSSD
44
(GPIO) P1.0
(GPIO) P1.1
45
VSSA
46
(GPIO) P1.2
(GPIO) P1.5
(GPIO) P1.4
47
(GPIO) P1.3
(GPIO) P1.6
2
40
39
38
37
(GPIO) P2.1
3
(GPIO) P2.2
4
(GPIO) P2.3
5
(GPIO) P2.4
6
(GPIO) P2.5
7
(GPIO) P2.6
8
(GPIO) P2.7
1 µF C1
48 TQFP
Top View
GROUND
35
(GPIO) P0.7
34
(GPIO) P0.6
33
(GPIO) P0.5
32
(GPIO) P0.4
31
(GPIO) P0.3
30
(GPIO) P0.2
29
(GPIO) P0.1
(GPIO) P0.0
9
28
NC
10
27
NC
11
26
18
19
20
C6 0.1 µF
22
23
24
(GPIO) P4.2
17
(GPIO) P4.1
16
21
(GPIO) P3.7
15
(GPIO) P3.6
VDDD
14
(GPIO) P4.0
25
13
(GPIO) P3.4
12
(GPIO) P3.5
(GPIO) P3.0
C2 0.1 µF
XRES
36
C5 1 µF
GROUND
NC
NC
(GPIO) P4.3
0.1 µF C4
C3 1 µF
GROUND
Figure 10. 44-TQFP Package Example
VSS
0.1 µF C4
C3 1µF
(GPIO)P1[7]
(GPIO)P1[6]
(GPIO)P1[5]
(GPIO)P1[4]
(GPIO)P1[3]
(GPIO)P1[2]
(GPIO)P1[1]
(GPIO)P1[0]
VSS
TQFP
( Top View)
C2 0.1 µF
VSS
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
VCCD
XRES
( GPIO) P0[7]
( GPIO) P0[6]
( GPIO) P0[5]
( GPIO) P0[4]
( GPIO) P0[3]
( GPIO) P0[2]
( GPIO) P0[1]
( GPIO) P0[0]
( GPIO) P4[3]
C5 1 µF
VSS
(GPIO) P4[0]
(GPIO) P4[1]
(GPIO) P4[2]
VSS
1 VSS
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 VSS
11
(GPIO) P3[1]
( GPIO) P3[0]
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
VSSA 36
VDDA 35
VDDD 34
( GPIO)P2[0]
( GPIO)P2[1]
( GPIO) P2[2]
( GPIO) P2[3]
( GPIO) P2[4]
( GPIO) P2[5]
( GPIO) P2[6]
( GPIO) P2[7]
1 µF C 1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19 VDDD
20
21
22
VDDA and VDDD must be shorted together; the grounds, VSSA
and VSS must also be shorted together. Bypass capacitors must
be used from VDDD to ground, typical practice for systems in this
frequency range is to use a capacitor in the 1-µF range in parallel
with a smaller capacitor (0.1 µF for example). Note that these are
simply rules of thumb and that, for critical applications, the PCB
layout, lead inductance, and the Bypass capacitor parasitic
should be simulated to design and obtain optimal bypassing.
(GPIO) P2.0
(GPIO) P3[2]
(GPIO) P3[3]
(GPIO) P3[4]
(GPIO) P3[5]
(GPIO) P3[6]
(GPIO) P3[7]
In this mode, PSoC 4100 is powered by an external power supply
that can be anywhere in the range of 1.8 V to 5.5 V. This range
is also designed for battery-powered operation, for instance, the
chip can be powered from a battery system that starts at 3.5 V
and works down to 1.8 V. In this mode, the internal regulator of
PSoC 4100 supplies the internal logic and the VCCD output of the
PSoC 4100 must be bypassed to ground via an external
Capacitor (in the range of 1 µF to 1.6 µF; X5R ceramic or better).
48
(GPIO)P1.7/VREF1 ?
(GPIO) P3.3
Unregulated External Supply
0.1 µF C4
GROUND
VSSD
The PSoC 4100 family allows two distinct modes of power supply
operation: Unregulated External Supply, and Regulated External
Supply modes.
GROUND
(GPIO) P3.1
The following power system diagrams show the minimum set of
power supply pins as implemented for PSoC 4100. The system
has one regulator in Active mode for the digital circuitry. There is
no analog regulator; the analog circuits run directly from the
VDDA input. There are separate regulators for the Deep Sleep
and Hibernate (lowered power supply and retention) modes.
There is a separate low-noise regulator for the bandgap. The
supply voltage range is 1.71 V to 5.5 V with all functions and
circuits operating over that range.
Figure 9. 48-TQFP Package Example
(GPIO) P3.2
Power
C6 0.1µF
VSS
Power Supply
VDDD–VSS
VDDA–VSSA
VCCD–VSS
VREF–VSSA
(optional)
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Bypass Capacitors
0.1 µF ceramic at each pin (C2, C6) plus
bulk capacitor 1 to 10 µF (C1).
0.1 µF ceramic at pin (C4). Additional
1 µF to 10 µF (C3) bulk capacitor
1 µF ceramic capacitor at the VCCD pin
(C5)
The internal bandgap may be bypassed
with a 1 µF to 10 µF capacitor.
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Figure 11. 40-pin QFN Example
0.1 µF C4
VSS
(GPIO)P1[4]
(GPIO)P1[3]
(GPIO)P1[2]
(GPIO)P1[1]
(GPIO)P1[0]
(GPIO)P1[7]
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
0.1 µF C2
C1 1µF
VSS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SSOP
( Top View)
VSS 28
VDDD27
VCCD26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
VSSA
VDDA
VDDD
VCCD
PIO) P4[0]
19
20
16
17
18
VSS
PIO) P4[1]
PIO) P4[2]
PIO) P3[4]
PIO) P3[3]
15
(Top View)
30 XRES
29 (GPIO) P0[7]
28 (GPIO) P0[6]
27 (GPIO) P0[5]
26 (GPIO) P0[4]
25 (GPIO) P0[3]
24 (GPIO) P0[2]
23 (GPIO) P0[1]
22 (GPIO) P0[0]
21 (GPIO) P4[3]
Regulated External Supply
Figure 12. 28-SSOP Example
(GPIO )P1[0]
(GPIO)P1[1]
(GPIO )P1[2]
( GPIO) P1[7]
( GPIO) P2[2]
(GPIO ) P2[3]
(GPIO ) P2[4]
(GPIO ) P2[5]
(GPIO) P2[6]
(GPIO) P2[7]
( GPIO) P3[0]
(GPIO )P3[1]
(GPIO )P3[2]
(GPIO )P3[3]
PIO) P3[2]
PIO) P3[1]
VSS
C5 1 µF
QFN
11
12
13
14
(GPIO) P3[0]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 VSS
10
PIO) P3[5]
PIO) P3[6]
PIO) P3[7]
(GPIO) P2[6]
(GPIO) P2[7]
40
VSS
(GPIO) P2[0]
(GPIO) P2[1]
(GPIO) P2[2]
(GPIO) P2[3]
(GPIO) P2[4]
(GPIO) P2[5]
VSS
C2 0.1 µF
1µF C1
C3 1µF
VSS
XRES
( GPIO) P0[7]
( GPIO) P0[6]
( GPIO) P0[3]
( GPIO) P0[2]
( GPIO) P0[1]
( GPIO) P0[0]
( GPIO) P4[3]
( GPIO)P4[2]
( GPIO)P4[1]
( GPIO)P4[0]
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In this mode, the PSoC 4100 is powered by an external power
supply that must be within the range of 1.71 V to 1.89 V (1.8
±5%); note that this range needs to include power supply ripple
too. In this mode, VCCD, VDDA, and VDDD pins are all shorted
together and bypassed. The internal regulator is disabled in
firmware.
C3 1µF
VSS
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Development Support
The PSoC 4100 family has a rich set of documentation, development tools, and online resources to assist you during your
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out more.
Documentation
A suite of documentation supports the PSoC 4100 family to
ensure that you can find answers to your questions quickly. This
section contains a list of some of the key documents.
Software User Guide: A step-by-step guide for using PSoC
Creator. The software user guide shows you how the PSoC
Creator build process works in detail, how to use source control
with PSoC Creator, and much more.
Component Datasheets: The flexibility of PSoC allows the
creation of new peripherals (components) long after the device
has gone into production. Component data sheets provide all of
the information needed to select and use a particular component,
including a functional description, API documentation, example
code, and AC/DC specifications.
Technical Reference Manual: The Technical Reference Manual
(TRM) contains all the technical detail you need to use a PSoC
device, including a complete description of all PSoC registers.
The TRM is available in the Documentation section at
www.cypress.com/psoc4.
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connect you with fellow PSoC users and experts in PSoC from
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Tools
With industry standard cores, programming, and debugging
interfaces, the PSoC 4100 family is part of a development tool
ecosystem. Visit us at www.cypress.com/go/psoccreator for the
latest information on the revolutionary, easy to use PSoC Creator
IDE, supported third party compilers, programmers, debuggers,
and development kits.
Application Notes: PSoC application notes discuss a particular
application of PSoC in depth; examples include brushless DC
motor control and on-chip filtering. Application notes often
include example projects in addition to the application note
document.
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Electrical Specifications
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Table 1. Absolute Maximum Ratings[1]
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/
Conditions
SID1
VDDD_ABS
Digital supply relative to VSSD
–0.5
–
6
V
Absolute max
SID2
VCCD_ABS
Direct digital core voltage input relative
to Vssd
–0.5
–
1.95
V
Absolute max
SID3
VGPIO_ABS
GPIO voltage
–0.5
–
VDD+0.5
V
Absolute max
SID4
IGPIO_ABS
Maximum current per GPIO
–25
–
25
mA
Absolute max
SID5
IGPIO_injection
GPIO injection current, Max for VIH >
VDDD, and Min for VIL < VSS
–0.5
–
0.5
mA
Absolute max,
current injected
per pin
BID44
ESD_HBM
Electrostatic discharge human body
model
2200
–
–
V
BID45
ESD_CDM
Electrostatic discharge charged device
model
500
–
–
V
BID46
LU
Pin current for latch-up
–200
–
200
mA
Device-Level Specifications
All specifications are valid for -40 °C  TA  85 °C and TJ  100 °C, except where noted. Specifications are valid for 1.71 V to 5.5 V,
except where noted.
Table 2. DC Specifications
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/
Conditions
SID53
VDDD
Power supply input voltage
1.8
–
5.5
V
With regulator
enabled
SID255
VDDD
Power supply input voltage unregulated
1.71
1.8
1.89
V
Internally unregulated supply
SID54
VCCD
Output voltage (for core logic)
–
1.8
–
V
SID55
CEFC
External regulator voltage bypass
1
1.3
1.6
µF
X5R ceramic or
better
SID56
CEXC
Power supply decoupling capacitor
–
1
–
µF
X5R ceramic or
better
–
–
2.8
mA
Active Mode, VDDD = 1.71 V to 5.5 V. Typical values measured at VDD = 3.3 V.
SID9
IDD5
Execute from Flash; CPU at 6 MHz
SID10
IDD6
Execute from Flash; CPU at 6 MHz
–
2.2
–
mA
SID12
IDD8
Execute from Flash; CPU at 12 MHz
–
–
4.2
mA
SID13
IDD9
Execute from Flash; CPU at 12 MHz
–
3.7
–
mA
T = 25 °C
SID16
IDD11
Execute from Flash; CPU at 24 MHz
–
6.7
–
mA
T = 25 °C
SID17
IDD12
Execute from Flash; CPU at 24 MHz
–
–
7.2
mA
–
1.3
1.8
mA
T = 25 °C
Sleep Mode, VDDD = 1.7 V to 5.5 V
SID25
IDD20
I2C wakeup, WDT, and comparators on.
6 MHz
Note
1. Usage above the absolute maximum conditions listed in Table 1 may cause permanent damage to the device. Exposure to absolute maximum conditions for extended
periods of time may affect device reliability. The maximum storage temperature is 150 °C in compliance with JEDEC Standard JESD22-A103, High Temperature
Storage Life. When used below absolute maximum conditions but above normal operating conditions, the device may not operate to specification.
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Table 2. DC Specifications (continued)
Spec ID#
Parameter
SID25A
IDD20A
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
I2C wakeup, WDT, and comparators on.
12 MHz
–
1.7
2.2
mA
Details/
Conditions
Deep Sleep Mode, VDDD = 1.8 V to 3.6 V (Regulator on)
SID31
IDD26
I2C wakeup and WDT on
–
1.3
–
µA
T = 25 °C, 3.6 V
SID32
IDD27
I2C wakeup and WDT on
–
–
50
µA
T = 85 °C
–
15
–
µA
T = 25 °C, 5.5 V
Deep Sleep Mode, VDDD = 3.6 V to 5.5 V
SID34
IDD29
I2C wakeup and WDT on
Deep Sleep Mode, VDDD = 1.71 V to 1.89 V (Regulator bypassed)
SID37
SID38
IDD32
I2C wakeup and WDT on
–
1.7
–
µA
T = 25 °C
IDD33
I2C
–
–
440
µA
T = 85 °C
wakeup and WDT on
Hibernate Mode, VDDD = 1.8 V to 3.6 V (Regulator on; Guaranteed by Characterization)
SID40
IDD35
GPIO and reset active
–
150
–
nA
T = 25 °C, 3.6 V
SID41
IDD36
GPIO and reset active
–
–
1
µA
T = 85 °C
–
150
–
nA
T = 25 °C, 5.5 V
Hibernate Mode, VDDD = 3.6 V to 5.5 V (Guaranteed by Characterization)
SID43
IDD38
GPIO and reset active
Hibernate Mode, VDDD = 1.71 V to 1.89 V (Regulator bypassed; Guaranteed by Characterization)
SID46
IDD41
GPIO and reset active
–
150
–
nA
T = 25 °C
SID47
IDD42
GPIO and reset active
–
–
1
µA
T = 85 °C
Stop Mode (Guaranteed by Characterization)
SID304
IDD43A
Stop Mode current; VDD = 3.6 V
–
20
80
nA
IDD_XR
Supply current while XRES asserted
–
2
5
mA
XRES Current
SID307
Table 3. AC Specifications
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/
Conditions
DC
–
24
MHz
1.71 VDD 5.5
SID48
FCPU
CPU frequency
SID49
TSLEEP
Wakeup from sleep mode
–
0
–
µs
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID50
TDEEPSLEEP
Wakeup from Deep Sleep mode
–
–
25
µs
24 MHz IMO.
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID51
THIBERNATE
Wakeup from Hibernate and Stop modes
–
–
2
ms
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID52
TRESETWIDTH
External reset pulse width
1
–
–
µs
Guaranteed by
characterization
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GPIO
Table 4. GPIO DC Specifications
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/
Conditions
SID57
VIH[2]
Input voltage high threshold
0.7 ×
VDDD
–
–
V
CMOS Input
SID58
VIL
Input voltage low threshold
–
–
0.3 ×
VDDD
V
CMOS Input
SID241
VIH[2]
LVTTL input, VDDD < 2.7 V
0.7×
VDDD
–
–
V
SID242
VIL
LVTTL input, VDDD < 2.7 V
–
–
0.3 ×
VDDD
V
SID243
VIH[2]
LVTTL input, VDDD  2.7 V
2.0
–
–
V
SID244
VIL
LVTTL input, VDDD  2.7 V
–
–
0.8
V
SID59
VOH
Output voltage high level
VDDD
–0.6
–
–
V
IOH = 4 mA at
3-V VDDD
SID60
VOH
Output voltage high level
VDDD
–0.5
–
–
V
IOH = 1 mA at
1.8-V VDDD
SID61
VOL
Output voltage low level
–
–
0.6
V
IOL = 4 mA at
1.8-V VDDD
SID62
VOL
Output voltage low level
–
–
0.6
V
IOL = 8 mA at 3-V
VDDD
SID62A
VOL
Output voltage low level
–
–
0.4
V
IOL = 3 mA at 3-V
VDDD
SID63
RPULLUP
Pull-up resistor
3.5
5.6
8.5
kΩ
SID64
RPULLDOWN
Pull-down resistor
3.5
5.6
8.5
kΩ
SID65
IIL
Input leakage current (absolute value)
–
–
2
nA
SID65A
IIL_CTBM
Input leakage current (absolute value)
for CTBM pins
–
–
4
nA
25 °C, VDDD =
3.0-V
SID66
CIN
Input capacitance
–
–
7
pF
SID67
VHYSTTL
Input hysteresis LVTTL
25
40
–
mV
VDDD  2.7 V.
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID68
VHYSCMOS
Input hysteresis CMOS
0.05 ×
VDDD
–
–
mV
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID69
IDIODE
Current through protection diode to
VDD/Vss
–
–
100
µA
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID69A
ITOT_GPIO
Maximum Total Source or Sink Chip
Current
–
–
200
mA
Guaranteed by
characterization
Note
2. VIH must not exceed VDDD + 0.2 V.
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Table 5. GPIO AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/
Conditions
SID70
TRISEF
Rise time in fast strong mode
2
–
12
ns
3.3-V VDDD,
Cload = 25 pF
SID71
TFALLF
Fall time in fast strong mode
2
–
12
ns
3.3-V VDDD,
Cload = 25 pF
SID72
TRISES
Rise time in slow strong mode
10
–
60
ns
3.3-V VDDD,
Cload = 25 pF
SID73
TFALLS
Fall time in slow strong mode
10
–
60
ns
3.3-V VDDD,
Cload = 25 pF
SID74
FGPIOUT1
GPIO Fout;3.3 V  VDDD 5.5 V. Fast
strong mode.
–
–
24
MHz
90/10%, 25-pF
load, 60/40 duty
cycle
SID75
FGPIOUT2
GPIO Fout;1.7 VVDDD3.3 V. Fast
strong mode.
–
–
16.7
MHz
90/10%, 25-pF
load, 60/40 duty
cycle
SID76
FGPIOUT3
GPIO Fout;3.3 V VDDD 5.5 V. Slow
strong mode.
–
–
7
MHz
90/10%, 25-pF
load, 60/40 duty
cycle
SID245
FGPIOUT4
GPIO Fout;1.7 V VDDD 3.3 V. Slow
strong mode.
–
–
3.5
MHz
90/10%, 25-pF
load, 60/40 duty
cycle
SID246
FGPIOIN
GPIO input operating frequency;
1.71 V VDDD 5.5 V
–
–
24
MHz
90/10% VIO
Min
Typ
Max
Units
XRES
Table 6. XRES DC Specifications
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Details/
Conditions
SID77
VIH
Input voltage high threshold
0.7 ×
VDDD
–
–
V
CMOS Input
SID78
VIL
Input voltage low threshold
–
–
0.3 ×
VDDD
V
CMOS Input
SID79
RPULLUP
Pull-up resistor
3.5
5.6
8.5
kΩ
SID80
CIN
Input capacitance
–
3
–
pF
SID81
VHYSXRES
Input voltage hysteresis
–
100
–
mV
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID82
IDIODE
Current through protection diode to
VDDD/VSS
–
–
100
µA
Guaranteed by
characterization
Min
1
Typ
–
Max
–
Units
µs
Table 7. XRES AC Specifications
Spec ID#
SID83
Parameter
TRESETWIDTH
Description
Reset pulse width
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Details/
Conditions
Guaranteed by
characterization
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Analog Peripherals
Opamp
Table 8. Opamp Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
IDD
Opamp block current. No load.
–
–
–
–
SID269
IDD_HI
Power = high
–
1000
1300
µA
SID270
IDD_MED
Power = medium
–
320
500
µA
SID271
IDD_LOW
Power = low
–
250
350
µA
GBW
Load = 20 pF, 0.1 mA. VDDA = 2.7 V
–
–
–
–
SID272
GBW_HI
Power = high
6
–
–
MHz
SID273
GBW_MED
Power = medium
4
–
–
MHz
SID274
GBW_LO
Power = low
–
1
–
MHz
IOUT_MAX
VDDA  2.7 V, 500 mV from rail
–
–
–
–
SID275
IOUT_MAX_HI
Power = high
10
–
–
mA
SID276
IOUT_MAX_MID
Power = medium
10
–
–
mA
SID277
IOUT_MAX_LO
Power = low
–
5
–
mA
IOUT
VDDA = 1.71 V, 500 mV from rail
–
–
–
–
SID278
IOUT_MAX_HI
Power = high
4
–
–
mA
SID279
IOUT_MAX_MID
Power = medium
4
–
–
mA
SID280
IOUT_MAX_LO
Power = low
–
2
–
mA
Details/
Conditions
SID281
VIN
Charge pump on, VDDA  2.7 V
–0.05
–
VDDA – 0.2
V
SID282
VCM
Charge pump on, VDDA  2.7 V
–0.05
–
VDDA – 0.2
V
VOUT
VDDA  2.7 V
–
–
–
SID283
VOUT_1
Power = high, Iload=10 mA
0.5
–
VDDA – 0.5
V
SID284
VOUT_2
Power = high, Iload=1 mA
0.2
–
VDDA – 0.2
V
SID285
VOUT_3
Power = medium, Iload=1 mA
0.2
–
VDDA – 0.2
V
SID286
VOUT_4
Power = low, Iload=0.1mA
0.2
–
VDDA – 0.2
V
SID288
VOS_TR
Offset voltage, trimmed
1
±0.5
1
mV
High mode
SID288A
VOS_TR
Offset voltage, trimmed
–
±1
–
mV
Medium mode
SID288B
VOS_TR
Offset voltage, trimmed
–
±2
–
mV
Low mode
SID290
VOS_DR_TR
Offset voltage drift, trimmed
–10
±3
10
µV/C
High mode
SID290A
VOS_DR_TR
Offset voltage drift, trimmed
–
±10
–
µV/C
Medium mode
SID290B
VOS_DR_TR
Offset voltage drift, trimmed
–
±10
–
µV/C
Low mode
SID291
CMRR
DC
70
80
–
dB
VDDD = 3.6 V
PSRR
At 1 kHz, 100-mV ripple
70
85
–
dB
VDDD = 3.6 V
–
–
–
–
–
94
–
µVrms
SID292
Noise
SID293
VN1
Input referred, 1 Hz - 1GHz, power =
high
SID294
VN2
Input referred, 1 kHz, power = high
–
72
–
nV/rtHz
SID295
VN3
Input referred, 10kHz, power = high
–
28
–
nV/rtHz
SID296
VN4
Input referred, 100kHz, power = high
–
15
–
nV/rtHz
SID297
Cload
Stable up to maximum load. Performance specs at 50 pF.
–
–
125
pF
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Table 8. Opamp Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization) (continued)
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
SID298
Slew_rate
Cload = 50 pF, Power = High, VDDA 
2.7 V
6
–
–
V/µsec
SID299
T_op_wake
From disable to enable, no external RC
dominating
–
300
–
µsec
Comp_mode
Comparator mode; 50-mV drive,
Trise = Tfall (approx.)
–
–
–
SID300
TPD1
Response time; power = high
–
150
–
SID301
TPD2
Response time; power = medium
–
400
–
nsec
SID302
TPD3
Response time; power = low
–
2000
–
nsec
SID303
Vhyst_op
Hysteresis
–
10
–
mV
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/
Conditions
nsec
Comparator
Table 9. Comparator DC Specifications
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Details/
Conditions
SID85
VOFFSET2
Input offset voltage
–
–
±4
mV
SID85A
VOFFSET3
Input offset voltage. Ultra low-power
mode.
–
±12
–
mV
SID86
VHYST
Hysteresis when enabled
–
10
35
mV
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID87
VICM1
Input common mode voltage in normal
mode
0
–
VDDD – 0.1
V
Modes 1 and 2.
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID247
VICM2
Input common mode voltage in low
power mode
0
–
VDDD
V
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID247A
VICM2
Input common mode voltage in ultra low
power mode
0
–
VDDD –
1.15
V
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID88
CMRR
Common mode rejection ratio
50
–
–
dB
VDDD  2.7 V.
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID88A
CMRR
Common mode rejection ratio
42
–
–
dB
VDDD  2.7 V.
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID89
ICMP1
Block current, normal mode
–
–
280
µA
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID248
ICMP2
Block current, low power mode
–
–
50
µA
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID259
ICMP3
Block current, ultra low power mode
–
–
6
µA
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID90
ZCMP
DC input impedance of comparator
35
–
–
MΩ
Guaranteed by
characterization
Typ
Max
Units
Table 10. Comparator AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Details/Conditions
SID91
TRESP1
Response time, normal mode
–
–
38
ns
50-mV overdrive
SID258
TRESP2
Response time, low power mode
–
–
70
ns
50-mV overdrive
SID92
TRESP3
Response time, ultra low power mode
–
–
2.3
µs
200-mV overdrive
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Temperature Sensor
Table 11. Temperature Sensor Specifications
Spec ID#
SID93
Parameter
TSENSACC
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/Conditions
–5
±1
+5
°C
–40 to +85 °C
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Resolution
–
–
12
bits
Temperature sensor accuracy
SAR ADC
Table 12. SAR ADC DC Specifications
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Details/Conditions
SID94
A_RES
SID95
A_CHNIS_S
Number of channels - single ended
–
–
8
8 full speed
SID96
A-CHNKS_D
Number of channels - differential
–
–
4
Diff inputs use
neighboring I/O
SID97
A-MONO
Monotonicity
–
–
–
Yes. Based on
characterization
SID98
A_GAINERR
Gain error
–
–
±0.1
%
With external
reference.
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID99
A_OFFSET
Input offset voltage
–
–
2
mV
Measured with 1-V
VREF. Guaranteed by
characterization
SID100
A_ISAR
Current consumption
–
–
1
mA
SID101
A_VINS
Input voltage range - single ended
VSS
–
VDDA
V
Based on device
characterization
SID102
A_VIND
Input voltage range - differential
VSS
–
VDDA
V
Based on device
characterization
SID103
A_INRES
Input resistance
–
–
2.2
KΩ
Based on device
characterization
SID104
A_INCAP
Input capacitance
–
–
10
pF
Based on device
characterization
Table 13. SAR ADC AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID#
SID106
Parameter
A_PSRR
Description
Power supply rejection ratio
Min
70
Typ
–
Max
–
Units
dB
SID107
A_CMRR
Common mode rejection ratio
66
–
–
dB
SID108
A_SAMP_1
–
–
1
Msps
SID108A
A_SAMP_2
–
–
500
Ksps
SID108B
A_SAMP_3
–
–
100
Ksps
SID109
A_SNDR
65
–
–
dB
SID111
A_INL
Sample rate with external reference
bypass cap
Sample rate with no bypass cap.
Reference = VDD
Sample rate with no bypass cap.
Internal reference
Signal-to-noise and distortion ratio
(SINAD)
Integral non linearity
–1.7
–
+2
LSB
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Details/Conditions
Measured at 1 V
FIN = 10 kHz
VDD = 1.71 to 5.5,
806 Ksps, Vref = 1 to
5.5.
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Table 13. SAR ADC AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization) (continued)
Spec ID#
SID111A
Parameter
A_INL
Description
Integral non linearity
Min
–1.5
Typ
–
Max
+1.7
Units
LSB
SID111B
A_INL
Integral non linearity
–1.5
–
+1.7
LSB
SID112
A_DNL
Differential non linearity
–1
–
+2.2
LSB
SID112A
A_DNL
Differential non linearity
–1
–
+2
LSB
SID112B
A_DNL
Differential non linearity
–1
–
+2.2
LSB
SID113
A_THD
Total harmonic distortion
–
–
–65
dB
Details/Conditions
VDDD = 1.71 to 3.6,
806 Ksps, Vref = 1.71
to VDDD.
VDDD = 1.71 to 5.5,
500 Ksps, Vref = 1 to
5.5.
VDDD = 1.71 to 5.5,
806 Ksps, Vref = 1 to
5.5.
VDDD = 1.71 to 3.6,
806 Ksps, Vref = 1.71
to VDDD.
VDDD = 1.71 to 5.5,
500 Ksps, Vref = 1 to
5.5.
FIN = 10 kHz.
CSD
Table 14. CSD Block Specification
Spec ID#
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/
Conditions
CSD Specification
SID308
VCSD
Voltage range of operation
1.71
–
5.5
V
SID308A
VCOMPIDAC
Voltage compliance range of IDAC
0.8
–
VDD–0.8
V
SID309
IDAC1
DNL for 8-bit resolution
–1
–
1
LSB
SID310
IDAC1
INL for 8-bit resolution
–3
–
3
LSB
SID311
IDAC2
DNL for 7-bit resolution
–1
–
1
LSB
SID312
IDAC2
INL for 7-bit resolution
–3
–
3
LSB
SID313
SNR
Ratio of counts of finger to noise.
Guaranteed by characterization
5
–
–
Ratio Capacitance range
of 9 to 35 pF, 0.1 pF
sensitivity
SID314
IDAC1_CRT1
Output current of IDAC1 (8-bits) in
High range
–
612
–
µA
SID314A
IDAC1_CRT2
Output current of IDAC1(8-bits) in Low
range
–
306
–
µA
SID315
IDAC2_CRT1
Output current of IDAC2 (7-bits) in
High range
–
304.8
–
µA
SID315A
IDAC2_CRT2
Output current of IDAC2 (7-bits) in
Low range
–
152.4
–
µA
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Digital Peripherals
The following specifications apply to the Timer/Counter/PWM peripheral in timer mode.
Timer
Table 15. Timer DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID115
Parameter
ITIM1
Description
Block current consumption at 3 MHz
Min
–
Typ
–
Max
19
Units
Details/Conditions
µA
16-bit timer
SID116
ITIM2
Block current consumption at 12 MHz
–
–
66
µA
Min
–
Typ
–
Max
24
Units
MHz
16-bit timer
Table 16. Timer AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID118
Parameter
TTIMFREQ
Description
Operating frequency
SID119
TCAPWINT
Capture pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID120
TCAPWEXT
Capture pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
SID121
TTIMRES
Timer resolution
21
–
–
ns
SID122
TTENWIDINT
Enable pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID123
TTENWIDEXT
Enable pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
SID124
TTIMRESWINT
Reset pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID125
TTIMRESEXT
Reset pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
Details/Conditions
Counter
Table 17. Counter DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID126
Parameter
ICTR1
Description
Block current consumption at 3 MHz
Min
–
Typ
–
Max
19
Units
Details/Conditions
µA
16-bit Counter
SID127
ICTR2
Block current consumption at 12 MHz
–
–
66
µA
Min
–
Typ
–
Max
24
Units
MHz
16-bit Counter
Table 18. Counter AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID129
Parameter
TCTRFREQ
Description
Operating frequency
SID130
TCTRPWINT
Capture pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID131
TCTRPWEXT
Capture pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
SID132
TCTRES
Counter Resolution
21
–
–
ns
SID133
TCENWIDINT
Enable pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID134
TCENWIDEXT
Enable pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
SID135
TCTRRESWINT Reset pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID136
TCTRRESWEXT Reset pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
Details/Conditions
Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
Table 19. PWM DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Min
Typ
Max
Units
SID137
Spec ID
IPWM1
Parameter
Block current consumption at 3 MHz
Description
–
–
19
µA
16-bit PWM
Details/Conditions
SID138
IPWM2
Block current consumption at 12 MHz
–
–
66
µA
16-bit PWM
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Table 20. PWM AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
Parameter
Description
SID140
TPWMFREQ
Operating frequency
–
–
24
MHz
SID141
TPWMPWINT
Pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
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Table 20. PWM AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization) (continued)
Spec ID
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
SID142
TPWMEXT
Pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
SID143
TPWMKILLINT
Kill pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID144
TPWMKILLEXT
Kill pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
SID145
TPWMEINT
Enable pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID146
TPWMENEXT
Enable pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
SID147
TPWMRESWINT
Reset pulse width (internal)
42
–
–
ns
SID148
TPWMRESWEXT Reset pulse width (external)
42
–
–
ns
Details/Conditions
I2C
Table 21. Fixed I2C DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID149
SID150
Parameter
II2C1
Description
Block current consumption at 100 kHz
Min
–
Typ
–
Max
10.5
Units
µA
II2C2
Block current consumption at 400 kHz
–
–
135
µA
SID151
II2C3
Block current consumption at 1 Mbps
–
–
310
µA
SID152
II2C4
I2C enabled in Deep Sleep mode
–
–
1.4
µA
Min
Typ
Max
Units
–
–
1
Mbps
Details/Conditions
Table 22. Fixed I2C AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID153
Parameter
FI2C1
Description
Bit rate
Details/Conditions
LCD Direct Drive
Table 23. LCD Direct Drive DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID154
Parameter
ILCDLOW
Description
Operating current in low power mode
SID155
CLCDCAP
LCD capacitance per segment/common
driver
Long-term segment offset
SID156
LCDOFFSET
SID157
ILCDOP1
SID158
ILCDOP2
PWM Mode current. 5-V bias.
24-MHz IMO. 25 °C
PWM Mode current. 3.3-V bias.
24-MHz IMO. 25 °C
Min
–
Typ
5
Max
–
Units Details/Conditions
µA 16 × 4 small segment
disp. at 50 Hz
pF Guaranteed by Design
–
500
5000
–
20
–
mV
–
0.6
–
mA
–
0.5
–
mA
Max
150
Units
Hz
32 × 4 segments.
50 Hz
32 × 4 segments.
50 Hz
Table 24. LCD Direct Drive AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID159
Parameter
FLCD
Description
LCD frame rate
Min
10
Typ
50
Details/Conditions
Table 25. Fixed UART DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Min
Typ
Max
Units
SID160
Spec ID
IUART1
Parameter
Block current consumption at
100 Kbits/sec
Description
–
–
9
µA
SID161
IUART2
Block current consumption at
1000 Kbits/sec
–
–
312
µA
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Table 26. Fixed UART AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID162
Parameter
FUART
Description
Bit rate
Min
Typ
Max
Units
–
–
1
Mbps
SPI Specifications
Table 27. Fixed SPI DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Min
Typ
Max
Units
SID163
Spec ID
ISPI1
Parameter
Block current consumption at 1 Mbits/sec
Description
–
–
360
µA
SID164
ISPI2
Block current consumption at 4 Mbits/sec
–
–
560
µA
SID165
ISPI3
Block current consumption at 8 Mbits/sec
–
–
600
µA
Min
Typ
Max
Units
–
–
4
MHz
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Table 28. Fixed SPI AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
SID166
Parameter
FSPI
Description
SPI operating frequency (master; 6X
oversampling)
Table 29. Fixed SPI Master mode AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
Parameter
Description
SID167
TDMO
MOSI valid after Sclock driving edge
–
–
15
ns
SID168
TDSI
MISO valid before Sclock capturing edge.
Full clock, late MISO Sampling used
20
–
–
ns
SID169
THMO
Previous MOSI data hold time with respect
to capturing edge at Slave
0
–
–
ns
Min
Typ
Table 30. Fixed SPI Slave mode AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Spec ID
Parameter
Description
Max
Units
SID170
TDMI
MOSI valid before Sclock capturing edge
40
–
–
ns
SID171
TDSO
MISO valid after Sclock driving edge
–
–
42 + 3 ×
FCPU
ns
SID171A
TDSO_ext
MISO valid after Sclock driving edge in Ext.
Clock mode
–
–
48
ns
SID172
THSO
Previous MISO data hold time
0
–
–
ns
SID172A
TSSELSCK
SSEL Valid to first SCK Valid edge
100
–
–
ns
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Memory
Table 31. Flash DC Specifications
Spec ID
SID173
Parameter
Description
VPE
Erase and program voltage
Min
Typ
Max
Units
1.71
–
5.5
V
Details/Conditions
Table 32. Flash AC Specifications
Spec ID
Parameter
SID174
TROWWRITE[3]
SID175
TROWERASE[3]
SID176
TROWPROGRAM
SID178
TBULKERASE[3]
[3]
[3]
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/Conditions
Row (block) write time (erase and
program)
–
–
20
ms
Row (block) = 128 bytes
Row erase time
–
–
13
ms
Row program time after erase
–
–
7
ms
Bulk erase time (32 KB)
–
–
35
ms
Total device program time
–
–
7
100 K
–
–
cycles
Guaranteed by characterization
SID180
TDEVPROG
SID181
FEND
Flash endurance
SID182
FRET
Flash retention. TA  55 °C, 100 K
P/E cycles
20
–
–
years
Guaranteed by characterization
Flash retention. TA  85 °C, 10 K
P/E cycles
10
–
–
years
Guaranteed by characterization
SID182A
seconds Guaranteed by characterization
System Resources
Power-on-Reset (POR) with Brown Out
Table 33. Imprecise Power On Reset (PRES)
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/Conditions
SID185
Spec ID
VRISEIPOR
Parameter
Rising trip voltage
Description
0.80
–
1.45
V
Guaranteed by characterization
SID186
VFALLIPOR
Falling trip voltage
0.75
–
1.4
V
Guaranteed by characterization
SID187
VIPORHYST
Hysteresis
15
–
200
mV
Guaranteed by characterization
Table 34. Precise Power On Reset (POR)
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/Conditions
SID190
Spec ID
VFALLPPOR
Parameter
BOD trip voltage in active and
sleep modes
Description
1.64
–
–
V
Guaranteed by characterization
SID192
VFALLDPSLP
BOD trip voltage in Deep Sleep
1.4
–
–
V
Guaranteed by characterization
Note
3. It can take as much as 20 milliseconds to write to Flash. During this time the device should not be Reset, or Flash operations will be interrupted and cannot be relied
on to have completed. Reset sources include the XRES pin, software resets, CPU lockup states and privilege violations, improper power supply levels, and watchdogs.
Make certain that these are not inadvertently activated.
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Voltage Monitors
Table 35. Voltage Monitors DC Specifications
Spec ID
SID195
Parameter
VLVI1
Description
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 0000b
Min
1.71
Typ
1.75
Max
1.79
Units
V
Details/Conditions
SID196
VLVI2
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 0001b
1.76
1.80
1.85
V
SID197
VLVI3
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 0010b
1.85
1.90
1.95
V
SID198
VLVI4
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 0011b
1.95
2.00
2.05
V
SID199
VLVI5
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 0100b
2.05
2.10
2.15
V
SID200
VLVI6
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 0101b
2.15
2.20
2.26
V
SID201
VLVI7
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 0110b
2.24
2.30
2.36
V
SID202
VLVI8
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 0111b
2.34
2.40
2.46
V
SID203
VLVI9
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 1000b
2.44
2.50
2.56
V
SID204
VLVI10
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 1001b
2.54
2.60
2.67
V
SID205
VLVI11
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 1010b
2.63
2.70
2.77
V
SID206
VLVI12
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 1011b
2.73
2.80
2.87
V
SID207
VLVI13
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 1100b
2.83
2.90
2.97
V
SID208
VLVI14
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 1101b
2.93
3.00
3.08
V
SID209
VLVI15
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 1110b
3.12
3.20
3.28
V
SID210
VLVI16
LVI_A/D_SEL[3:0] = 1111b
4.39
4.50
4.61
V
SID211
LVI_IDD
Block current
–
–
100
µA
Min
Typ
Max
Units
–
–
1
µs
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Details/Conditions
Guaranteed by
characterization
Table 36. Voltage Monitors AC Specifications
Spec ID
SID212
Parameter
TMONTRIP
Description
Voltage monitor trip time
Details/Conditions
Guaranteed by
characterization
SWD Interface
Table 37. SWD Interface Specifications
Spec ID
Parameter
Description
SID213
F_SWDCLK1
3.3 V  VDD  5.5 V
–
–
14
MHz
SWDCLK ≤ 1/3 CPU
clock frequency
SID214
F_SWDCLK2
1.71 V  VDD  3.3 V
–
–
7
MHz
SWDCLK ≤ 1/3 CPU
clock frequency
SID215
T_SWDI_SETUP T = 1/f SWDCLK
0.25*T
–
–
ns
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID216
T_SWDI_HOLD
0.25*T
–
–
ns
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID217
T_SWDO_VALID T = 1/f SWDCLK
–
–
0.5*T
ns
Guaranteed by
characterization
SID217A
T_SWDO_HOLD T = 1/f SWDCLK
1
–
–
ns
Guaranteed by
characterization
T = 1/f SWDCLK
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Internal Main Oscillator
Table 38. IMO DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Design)
Spec ID
Parameter
Description
Min
Typ
Max
Units
SID219
IIMO2
IMO operating current at 24 MHz
–
–
325
µA
SID220
IIMO3
IMO operating current at 12 MHz
–
–
225
µA
SID221
IIMO4
IMO operating current at 6 MHz
–
–
180
µA
SID222
IIMO5
IMO operating current at 3 MHz
–
–
150
µA
Min
Typ
Max
Units
–
–
±2
%
Details/Conditions
Table 39. IMO AC Specifications
Spec ID
SID223
Parameter
Description
FIMOTOL1
Frequency variation from 3 to
24 MHz
SID226
TSTARTIMO
IMO startup time
–
–
12
µs
SID227
TJITRMSIMO1
RMS Jitter at 3 MHz
–
156
–
ps
SID228
TJITRMSIMO2
RMS Jitter at 24 MHz
–
145
–
ps
Min
–
Typ
0.3
Max
1.05
Units
µA
–
2
15
nA
Min
–
Typ
–
Max
2
Units
ms
Details/Conditions
With API-called
calibration
Internal Low-Speed Oscillator
Table 40. ILO DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Design)
Spec ID
SID231
Parameter
IILO1
Description
ILO operating current at 32 kHz
SID233
IILOLEAK
ILO leakage current
Details/Conditions
Guaranteed by
Characterization
Guaranteed by
Design
Table 41. ILO AC Specifications
Spec ID
SID234
Parameter
TSTARTILO1
Description
ILO startup time
SID236
TILODUTY
ILO duty cycle
40
50
60
%
SID237
FILOTRIM1
32 kHz trimmed frequency
15
32
50
kHz
Details/Conditions
Guaranteed by characterization
Guaranteed by characterization
±60% with trim.
Table 42. External Clock Specifications
Spec ID
SID305
Parameter
ExtClkFreq
Description
External Clock input Frequency
Min
0
Typ
–
Max
24
Units
MHz
SID306
ExtClkDuty
Duty cycle; Measured at VDD/2
45
–
55
%
Min
0
Typ
–
Max
–
Units
Details/Conditions
Guaranteed by
characterization
Guaranteed by
characterization
Table 43. Block Specs
Spec ID
SID257
Parameter
TWS24*
Description
Number of wait states at 24 MHz
SID260
VREFSAR
Trimmed internal reference to SAR
–1
–
+1
SID262
TCLKSWITCH
Clock switching from clk1 to clk2 in
clk1 periods
3
–
4
Details/Conditions
CPU execution from
Flash. Guaranteed by
characterization
%
Percentage of Vbg
(1.024 V). Guaranteed
by characterization
Periods Guaranteed by design
* Tws24 is guaranteed by Design
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The PSoC 4100 part numbers and features are listed in the following table.
Table 44. PSoC 4100 Family Ordering Information
SRAM (KB)
UDB
Op-amp (CTBm)
CapSense
Direct LCD Drive
12-bit SAR ADC
LP Comparators
TCPWM Blocks
SCB Blocks
GPIO
28-SSOP
40-QFN
44-TQFP
48-TQFP
CY8C4124PVI-432
24
16
4
–
1
–
–
806 Ksps
2
4
2
22
✔
–
–
–
CY8C4124PVI-442
24
16
4
–
1
✔
✔
806 Ksps
2
4
2
22
✔
–
–
–
CY8C4124LQI-443
24
16
4
–
2
✔
✔
806 Ksps
2
4
2
34
–
✔
–
–
CY8C4124AXI-443
24
16
4
–
2
✔
✔
806 Ksps
2
4
2
36
–
–
✔
–
CY8C4124AZI-443
24
16
4
–
2
✔
✔
806 Ksps
2
4
2
36
–
–
–
✔
CY8C4125AXI-473
24
32
4
–
2
–
–
806 Ksps
2
4
2
36
–
–
✔
–
MPN
Flash (KB)
Package
Max CPU Speed (MHz)
4100
Family
Features
CY8C4125AZI-473
24
32
4
–
2
–
–
806 Ksps
2
4
2
36
–
–
–
✔
CY8C4125PVI-482
24
32
4
–
1
✔
✔
806 Ksps
2
4
2
22
✔
–
–
–
CY8C4125LQI-483
24
32
4
–
2
✔
✔
806 Ksps
2
4
2
34
–
✔
–
–
CY8C4125AXI-483
24
32
4
–
2
✔
✔
806 Ksps
2
4
2
36
–
–
✔
–
CY8C4125AZI-483
24
32
4
–
2
✔
✔
806 Ksps
2
4
2
36
–
–
–
✔
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Part Numbering Conventions
PSoC 4 devices follow the part numbering convention described in the following table. All fields are single-character alphanumeric (0,
1, 2, …, 9, A,B, …, Z) unless stated otherwise.
The part numbers are of the form CY8C4ABCDEF-XYZ where the fields are defined as follows.
Example
CY8C
4 A B C D E F - X Y Z
Cypress Prefix
4 : PSoC 4
Architecture
Family within Architecture
1 : 4100Family
2 : 24 MHz
Speed Grade
5 : 32 KB
Flash Capacity
AX: TQFP
Package Code
I : Industrial
Temperature Range
Attributes Set
The Field Values are listed in the following table.
Field
CY8C
Description
Values
Meaning
Cypress Prefix
4
Architecture
4
PSoC 4
A
Family within architecture
1
4100 Family
2
4200 Family
2
24 MHz
4
48 MHz
B
C
DE
CPU Speed
Flash Capacity
Package Code
4
16 KB
5
32 KB
AX, AZ
TQFP
LQ
QFN
PV
F
XYZ
Temperature Range
Attributes Code
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I
000-999
SSOP
Industrial
Code of feature set in specific family
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Packaging
Table 45. Package Characteristics
Parameter
Description
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Units
TA
Operating ambient temperature
–40
25.00
85
°C
TJ
Operating junction temperature
–40
–
100
°C
TJA
Package JA (28-pin SSOP)
–
66.58
–
°C/Watt
TJA
Package JA (40-pin QFN)
–
15.34
–
°C/Watt
TJA
Package JA (44-pin TQFP)
–
57.16
–
°C/Watt
TJA
Package JA (48-pin TQFP)
–
67.30
–
°C/Watt
TJC
Package JC (28-pin SSOP)
–
26.28
–
°C/Watt
TJC
Package JC (40-pin QFN)
–
2.50
–
°C/Watt
TJC
Package JC (44-pin TQFP)
–
17.47
–
°C/Watt
TJC
Package JC (48-pin TQFP)
–
27.60
–
°C/Watt
Table 46. Solder Reflow Peak Temperature
Package
Maximum Peak
Temperature
28-pin SSOP
260 °C
30 seconds
40-pin QFN
260 °C
30 seconds
44-pin TQFP
260 °C
30 seconds
48-pin TQFP
260 °C
30 seconds
Maximum Time at Peak Temperature
Table 47. Package Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL), IPC/JEDEC J-STD-2
Package
MSL
28-pin SSOP
MSL 3
40-pin QFN
MSL 3
44-pin TQFP
MSL 3
48-pin TQFP
MSL 3
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Figure 13. 28-pin (210-mil) SSOP Package Outline
51-85079 *F
Figure 14. 40-pin QFN Package Outline
001-80659 **
The center pad on the QFN package should be connected to ground (VSS) for best mechanical, thermal, and electrical performance.
If not connected to ground, it should be electrically floating and not connected to any other signal.
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Figure 15. 44-pin TQFP Package Outline
51-85064 *F
Figure 16. 48-Pin TQFP Package Outline
51-85135 *C
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Acronyms
Table 48. Acronyms Used in this Document
Acronym
Description
Table 48. Acronyms Used in this Document (continued)
Acronym
Description
ETM
embedded trace macrocell
FIR
finite impulse response, see also IIR
FPB
flash patch and breakpoint
FS
full-speed
GPIO
general-purpose input/output, applies to a PSoC
pin
arithmetic logic unit
HVI
high-voltage interrupt, see also LVI, LVD
analog multiplexer bus
IC
integrated circuit
API
application programming interface
IDAC
current DAC, see also DAC, VDAC
APSR
application program status register
IDE
integrated development environment
ARM®
advanced RISC machine, a CPU architecture
I
ATM
automatic thump mode
BW
bandwidth
CAN
Controller Area Network, a communications
protocol
abus
analog local bus
ADC
analog-to-digital converter
AG
analog global
AHB
AMBA (advanced microcontroller bus architecture) high-performance bus, an ARM data
transfer bus
ALU
AMUXBUS
2C,
or IIC
Inter-Integrated Circuit, a communications
protocol
IIR
infinite impulse response, see also FIR
ILO
internal low-speed oscillator, see also IMO
IMO
internal main oscillator, see also ILO
integral nonlinearity, see also DNL
CMRR
common-mode rejection ratio
INL
CPU
central processing unit
I/O
input/output, see also GPIO, DIO, SIO, USBIO
CRC
cyclic redundancy check, an error-checking
protocol
IPOR
initial power-on reset
IPSR
interrupt program status register
DAC
digital-to-analog converter, see also IDAC, VDAC
IRQ
interrupt request
DFB
digital filter block
ITM
instrumentation trace macrocell
DIO
digital input/output, GPIO with only digital
capabilities, no analog. See GPIO.
LCD
liquid crystal display
DMIPS
Dhrystone million instructions per second
LIN
Local Interconnect Network, a communications
protocol.
DMA
direct memory access, see also TD
LR
link register
DNL
differential nonlinearity, see also INL
LUT
lookup table
DNU
do not use
LVD
low-voltage detect, see also LVI
DR
port write data registers
LVI
low-voltage interrupt, see also HVI
DSI
digital system interconnect
LVTTL
low-voltage transistor-transistor logic
DWT
data watchpoint and trace
MAC
multiply-accumulate
ECC
error correcting code
MCU
microcontroller unit
ECO
external crystal oscillator
MISO
master-in slave-out
EEPROM
electrically erasable programmable read-only
memory
NC
no connect
EMI
electromagnetic interference
NMI
nonmaskable interrupt
EMIF
external memory interface
NRZ
non-return-to-zero
EOC
end of conversion
NVIC
nested vectored interrupt controller
EOF
end of frame
NVL
nonvolatile latch, see also WOL
EPSR
execution program status register
ESD
electrostatic discharge
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opamp
operational amplifier
PAL
programmable array logic, see also PLD
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Table 48. Acronyms Used in this Document (continued)
Acronym
Description
Table 48. Acronyms Used in this Document (continued)
Acronym
Description
PC
program counter
SWV
single-wire viewer
PCB
printed circuit board
TD
transaction descriptor, see also DMA
PGA
programmable gain amplifier
THD
total harmonic distortion
PHUB
peripheral hub
TIA
transimpedance amplifier
PHY
physical layer
TRM
technical reference manual
PICU
port interrupt control unit
TTL
transistor-transistor logic
PLA
programmable logic array
TX
transmit
PLD
programmable logic device, see also PAL
UART
PLL
phase-locked loop
Universal Asynchronous Transmitter Receiver, a
communications protocol
PMDD
package material declaration data sheet
UDB
universal digital block
POR
power-on reset
PRES
precise power-on reset
PRS
pseudo random sequence
PS
port read data register
PSoC®
Programmable System-on-Chip™
PSRR
power supply rejection ratio
PWM
pulse-width modulator
RAM
random-access memory
RISC
reduced-instruction-set computing
RMS
root-mean-square
RTC
real-time clock
RTL
register transfer language
RTR
remote transmission request
RX
receive
SAR
successive approximation register
SC/CT
switched capacitor/continuous time
SCL
I2C serial clock
SDA
I2C serial data
S/H
sample and hold
SINAD
signal to noise and distortion ratio
SIO
special input/output, GPIO with advanced
features. See GPIO.
SOC
start of conversion
SOF
start of frame
SPI
Serial Peripheral Interface, a communications
protocol
SR
slew rate
SRAM
static random access memory
SRES
software reset
SWD
serial wire debug, a test protocol
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USB
Universal Serial Bus
USBIO
USB input/output, PSoC pins used to connect to
a USB port
VDAC
voltage DAC, see also DAC, IDAC
WDT
watchdog timer
WOL
write once latch, see also NVL
WRES
watchdog timer reset
XRES
external reset I/O pin
XTAL
crystal
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Document Conventions
Units of Measure
Table 49. Units of Measure
Symbol
Unit of Measure
°C
degrees Celsius
dB
decibel
fF
femto farad
Hz
hertz
KB
1024 bytes
kbps
kilobits per second
Khr
kilohour
kHz
kilohertz
k
kilo ohm
Ksps
kilosamples per second
LSB
least significant bit
Mbps
megabits per second
MHz
megahertz
M
mega-ohm
Msps
megasamples per second
µA
microampere
µF
microfarad
µH
microhenry
µs
microsecond
µV
microvolt
µW
microwatt
mA
milliampere
ms
millisecond
mV
millivolt
nA
nanoampere
ns
nanosecond
nV
nanovolt

ohm
pF
picofarad
ppm
parts per million
ps
picosecond
s
second
sps
samples per second
sqrtHz
square root of hertz
V
volt
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Revision History
Description Title: PSoC® 4: PSoC 4100 Family Datasheet Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC®)
Document Number:001-87220
Orig. of Submission
Revision
ECN
Description of Change
Change
Date
*B
4108562
WKA
08/29/2013 Added clarifying note about the XRES pin in the Reset section.
Added a link reference to the PSoC 4 TRM.
Updated the footnote in Absolute Maximum Ratings.
Updated Sleep Mode IDD specs in DC Specifications.
Updated Comparator DC Specifications
Updated SAR ADC AC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Updated LCD Direct Drive DC Specifications (Guaranteed by Characterization)
Updated the number of GPIOs in Ordering Information.
*C
4568937
WKA
11/19/2014 Added 48-pin TQFP pin and package details.
Added SID308A spec details.
Updated Ordering Information.
*D
4617283
WKA
01/08/2015 Corrected typo in the ordering information table.
Updated 28-pin SSOP package diagram.
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