as my reply was too long i attached it as a .txt file.

thanks for any reply.

i am relatively new to Psoc development pardon my ignorance.
i am currently working on integrating accelerometer with the development kit.

i found an article on
http://www.cypress.com/?docID=19786

after consulting an expert, he noted to me that the application note i had referred is for connecting an Accelerometer to PSoC1 devices which have SAR and ADCINC incremental ADCs. PSoC3 does not have a SAR8 user module. Instead i can use the ideas proposed in the application note but substitute the ADC with the Deltasigma ADC from PSoC.

i am purchasing a similar accelerometer(http://sgbotic.com/index.php?t...ts&product_id=440) to integrate on the PSoC development board.

1)since now the accelerometer i am using is 3axis should i follow the concept of the article, by using a mux? or sholud i use 3 individual ADC to read from each x,y and z?
as the x,y,z value from the accelerometer will be available for the ADC to read at the same time.

this lead to next question
2) if i was to use a mUX,there is two mux available in the creator software, i was thinking of using the AMUXSeq, as i need to differential x,y and z value.
is this a better choice out of the two?

3) since PSoC development board had its own LCD, from the article, i can remove the concept of I2C to display on the external device right?
however can the LCD display simultaneously 3 values by writing at the appropriate position of the LCD(ie i send to print string of x,y and z value at different position of the LCD)?
as the LCD is only one port, can it take in 3 functions to write at the same time?

or should i set the values of x,y,z in some buffer and display at one time?

thanks