PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Pinout

Sometimes you wonder why a certain configuration on the PSoC4 Pioneer kit is not working like you expected. It might be that you are using a pin that is connected somewhere on the board... therefore, see the PSoC4 Pioneer Kit Pinout below. The list comes with absolutely no warranty!

Pin Pioneer Kit Function Pioneer Kit Connection Pin accessible Internal connection
P0_0 y COMP1:Inp, SCB0:SPI_ssel[1]
P0_1 Shield Setting Shield y COMP1:Inp, SCB0:SPI_ssel[2]
P0_2 RGB LED G RGB LED G y COMP2:Inp, SCB0:SPI_ssel[3]
P0_3 RGB LED B RGB LED B y COMP2:inn
P0_4 y SCB1:uart_rx, SCB1:i2c_scl, SCB1:spi_mosi
P0_5 y SCB1:uart_tx, SCB1:i2c_sda, SCB1:spi_miso
P0_6 y SRSS:ext_clk, SCB1:spi_clk
P0_7 User Button SW2, Pull down y SRSS:wakeup, SCB1:spi_ssel[0]
P1_0 y OA0:vplis, TCPWM2:line_out
P1_1 CapSense Slider Capsense Pad y OA0:vminus, TCPWM2:line_out_compl
P1_2 CapSense Slider Capsense Pad y OA0:vout_10x, TCPWM3_line_out
P1_3 CapSense Slider Capsense Pad y OA1:vout_10x, TCPWM3_line_out_compl
P1_4 CapSense Slider Capsense Pad y OA1:vminus
P1_5 CapSense Slider Capsense Pad y OA1_vplus
P1_6 RGB LED R RGB LED R PA0_vplus_alt
P1_7 SAR bypass 1µF Cap y OA1:vplus_alt, SAR_ext_vref
P2_0 y SARMUX:in[0]
P2_1 y SARMUX:in[1]
P2_2 y SARMUX:in[2]
P2_3 y SARMUX:in[3]
P2_4 y SARMUX:in[4], TCPWM0:line_out
P2_5 y SARMUX:in[5], TCPW0:line_out_compl
P2_6 y SARMUX:in[6], TCPWM1:line_out
P2_7 y SARMUX:in[7], TCPWM1:line_out_compl
P3_0 y TCPWM0:line_out, SCB1:uart_rx, SCB1:i2c_scl, SCB1:spi_mosi
P3_1 y TCPWM0:line_out_compl, SCB1:uart_tx, SCB1:i2c_sda, SCB1:spi_miso
P3_2 SWDIO PSoC5LP
P3_3 SWDCLK PSoC5LP
P3_4 y TCPWM2:line_out, SCB1:spi_ssel[1]
P3_5 y TCPWM2:line_out_compl, SCB1:spi_ssel[2]
P3_6 y TCPWM3:line_out, SCB1:spu_ssel[3]
P3_7 y TCPWM3:line_out_compl
P4_0 y SCB0:uart_rx, SCB0:i2c_scl, SCB0:spi_mosi
P4_1 y SCB0:uart_tx, SCB0:i2c_sda, SCB0:spi_miso
P4_2 Capsense Tuning Circuit Shunt parallel 2.2nF Cap CSD:c_mod, SCB0:spi_clk
P4_3 Sh_tank 10nF Cap CSD:c_sh_tank, SCB0:spi_ssel[0]

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