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Low-Power Portable PMICs

Driven by the needs of the rapidly growing IoT, wearable, & smart home markets which need small and efficient power solutions, Dialog offers a family of low power portable PMICs. These devices extend the battery life of these systems while fitting into a compact form factor.  In addition, the ubiquity of sensors integrated into a multitude of wearable and miniaturized IoT devices demands unmatched ultra-low-noise LDOs enabling superior sensor output quality under difficult conditions.

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Features

Highly integrated for lower BOM and reduced board assembly costs

Nanoamp quiescent current for all dc/dc outputs

Dynamic voltage control capability

I2C interface for control & monitoring

Simple, digital programming using Dialog’s SmartCanvas™ GUI for fast, easy design reuse

Multi-channel ultra -low-noise LDO supplies for sensor systems like cameras

Benefits

Extended battery life

25% reduction in PCB footprint compared to discrete solutions

Programmable power states optimize performance in operating modes and extend battery life in storage modes

Design flexibility through configurability

Future proofing for new technology MCUs with 0.6V min buck output voltage

Future proofing for new technology batteries with 2.5V min input voltage

Superior sensor performance through ultra-low-noise supply channels

4-Phase Buck with Remote Sense and Phase Shedding

2-Phase Dual Buck with Remote Sense and Phase Shedding

Product Portfolio
Product Description Application
DA9070 Highly Integrated PMIC for Wearables and Home Automation Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
DA9073 Highly Integrated PMIC for Wearables and Home Automation Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
DA9230
Nanopower buck regulator for low power connected devices
Wearables – wrist wear, hearables, pet wearables | Smart devices - thermostats and door locks | Smoke detectors | Portable medical devices | Remote sensors | High efficiency, low power applications 

DA9231

Nanopower PMIC for low power connected devices
Wearables – wrist wear, hearables, pet wearables | Smart devices - thermostats and door locks | Smoke detectors | Portable medical devices | Remote sensors | High efficiency, low power applications 
DA9232 Configurable, high efficiency buck regulator for GPS sub-systems in wearable devices requiring ultra-low voltage ripple Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
DA9233 Configurable, high efficiency PMIC for GPS sub-systems in wearable devices requiring ultra-low voltage ripple Fitness Trackers | Smartwatches | Wireless Headphones | Portable Medical | Personal Health Monitors | Portable Gaming | Wireless Earbud Cradles | Home Automation
SLG51000 Programmable Multi-Channel LDO CMIC with High PSRR, Low Noise Advanced Sensor Systems | High End Camera Module | Smartphones | Digital Cameras | Security Cameras | Smart Imaging Devices

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Product ID Description Vin Min (V) Vin Max (V) VBUS Max (V) Iout Max (A) (major rails) Package # Total step-down DC/DC converter channels # integrated step-down DC/DC converter channels # step-down DC/DC CONTROLLER channels # buck-boost DC/DC converter channels # step-up DC/DC converter #LDOs # Integrated Load Switch channels (ext. Power Switch Control) Multi-Phase support USB-Power Management Integrated battery charger Automotive rating Low-Noise/High PSRR optimized channels General Purpose I/Os Battery Interface Add. Features Matching processor platform Category Documents
                                                 
DA6021 Highly integrated Power Management IC for New Generation Intel Atom Processor 2.7 4.5 5.5 24.9 FCBGA 325 11 x 6 ㎟ 6 6 - 2 1 6 11 (9) - yes - - - 16 yes multi-channel ADC PWM output 5 temerature sens inputs Intel Atom Z3000 PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA6102 6 Channel High Efficiency PMIC For 2-Cell Systems 4.5 11.5 - 6.8 WLCSP 56 2.98 x 3.38 ㎟ 3 2 1 1 - 2 2 - - - - - - - - - PMICs Documentation
DA9024 Quad 1.2A Buck System PMIC with Audio Subsystem - 4.4 - 4.8 WLCSP 108 3.6 x 4.8 ㎟ 4 4 - - - 20 - - - - - 1 LDO - - Class G headphone driver Class D speaker driver Back up battery charger RTC Ingenic JZ4775 PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9053 System Core PMIC with High Efficiency USB Power Manager and integrated charger - 5.5 12 4 VFBGA 169 7 x 7 ㎟ VFBGA 169 11 x 11 ㎟ 4 4 - - 1 10 - - yes 1.8A DA9053-A 6 LDOs 16 yes, integrated charger ADC with touch screen IF Boost with LED drivers Charger Backup battery charger RTC NXP i.MX 53 NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Solo NXP i.MX 6 SoloLite NXP i.MX 6 DualLite PMICs SoC PMICs Charger PMICs Documentation
DA9053-A System Core PMIC with High Efficiency USB Power Manager and integrated charger - 5.5 12 4 VFBGA 169 7 x 7 ㎟ VFBGA 169 11 x 11 ㎟ 4 4 - - 1 10 - - yes 1.8A yes 6 LDOs 16 yes, integrated charger ADC with touch screen IF Boost with LED drivers Charger Backup battery charger RTC NXP i.MX 53 NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Solo NXP i.MX 6 SoloLite NXP i.MX 6 DualLite PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9061 System PMIC for Single or Dual-Core Application Processors 2.7 5.5 - 6 QFN 6 x 6 ㎟ 3 3 - - - 4 - - - - DA9061-A 3 LDOs 5 - - NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Solo NXP i.MX 6 SoloLite NXP i.MX 6UL NXP i.MX 6ULL Xilinx Zync UltraScale+ Qualcomm (CSR) Atlas PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9061-A System PMIC for Single or Dual-Core Application Processors 2.7 5.5 - 6 QFN 6 x 6 ㎟ 3 3 - - - 4 - - - - yes 3 LDOs 5 - - NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Solo NXP i.MX 6 SoloLite NXP i.MX 6UL NXP i.MX 6ULL Xilinx Zync UltraScale+ Qualcomm (CSR) Atlas PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9062 System PMIC for Single or Dual-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 8.5 QFN 6 x 6 ㎟ 4 4 - - - 4 - yes - - DA9062-A 3 LDOs 5 - Backup battery charger RTC Xilinx Zync UltraScale+ Xilinx Artix-7 and Zynq 7000 Family Xilinx Spartan -7 Family Qualcomm (CSR) Atlas PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9062-A System PMIC for Single or Dual-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 8.5 QFN 6 x 6 ㎟ 4 4 - - - 4 - yes - - yes 3 LDOs 5 - Backup battery charger RTC Xilinx Zync UltraScale+ Xilinx Artix-7 and Zynq 7000 Family Xilinx Spartan -7 Family Qualcomm (CSR) Atlas PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9063 System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 12 VFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ TFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ 6 6 - - - 11 - yes - - DA9063-A 3 LDOs 16 - ADC Backup battery charger RGB-LED driver RTC NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Dual NXP i.MX 6 Quad NXP i.MX 6 Quad+ NXP i.MX 8M Mini Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9063-A System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 12 VFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ TFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ 6 6 - - - 11 - yes - - yes 3 LDOs 16 - ADC Backup battery charger RGB-LED driver RTC NXP i.MX 6 NXP i.MX 6 Dual NXP i.MX 6 Quad NXP i.MX 6 Quad+ NXP i.MX 8M Mini Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9063L System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 12 VFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ TFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ 6 - - - - 5 - yes - - DA9063L-A 1 LDOs 16 - ADC RGB-LED driver Watchdog timer NXP i.MX 6 Dual NXP i.MX 6 Quad Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA and Zynq-7000 SoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 Telechips Dolphin+ (TCC8030) (Auto only) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9063L-A System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.8 5.5 - 12 VFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ TFBGA 100 8 x 8 ㎟ 6 - - - - 5 - yes - - yes 1 LDOs 16 - ADC RGB-LED driver Watchdog timer NXP i.MX 6 Dual NXP i.MX 6 Quad Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA and Zynq-7000 SoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 Telechips Dolphin+ (TCC8030) (Auto only) PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9066 System PMIC and Audio CODEC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.5 4.4 - 7.2 WLCSP 168 5.8 x 4.8 ㎟ 6 - - - - 20 - yes - - - 1 LDO - - 24-bit Audio CODEC 4 analog inputs 2 Class G headphone driver 2 Class D speaker driver ADC Backup battery charger RTC - PMICs Documentation
DA9068 System PMIC for Multi-Core Application Processors 2.5 5.0 - 8.1 WLCSP 154 4 x 6 ㎟ 8 - - - - 25 - yes - - - 3 LDOs 4 - ADC Backup battery charger RTC - PMICs Documentation
DA9070 Highly Integrated Low-Power PMIC with SW Fuel-Gauge support 2.5 5.5 22 0.3 WLCSP 42 3 x 2.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - 1 3 - - yes 0.5A - - - yes, integrated charger Software Fuel-Gauge support - PMICs Charger PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9072 Highly Integrated Low-Power PMIC 2.5 5.5 22 0.3 WLCSP 42 3 x 2.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - 1 3 - - yes 0.5A - - - yes, integrated charger Software Fuel-Gauge support - PMICs Charger PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9073 Highly Integrated Low-Power PMIC 2.5 5.5 22 0.3 WLCSP 42 3 x 2.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - 1 3 - - yes 0.5A - - - yes, integrated charger - - PMICs Charger PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9121 Single channel 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 WLCSP 24 2.5 x 1.7 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 5 - Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9122 Dual channel 2x 5A PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 WLCSP 24 2.5 x 1.7 ㎟ 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - 5 - Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9130 Single channel 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - DA9130-A - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9131 Dual channel 2 x 5A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - - - - DA9131-A - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9132 Dual channel 2 x 3A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 6 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - - - - DA9132-A - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Documentation
DA9130-A Single channel 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9131-A Dual channel 2 x 5A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 10 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9132-A Dual channel 2 x 3A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 6 FC-QFN 3.3 x 4.8 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - - - - - - 5 - Dynamic voltage control Programmable GPIOs - PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9210 Single channel 12A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 12 WLCSP 48 2.3 x 3.5 ㎟ VFBGA 42 4.8 x 5.6 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - - - Expandable with 2nd DA9210 Renesas R-Car M2 Renesas R-Car H2 Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC (ZU3CG, ZU9EG, ZU19EG) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9211 Single channel 12A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 12 WLCSP 42 2.5 x 2.85 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - - - - - PMICs Documentation
DA9212 Dual channel 2x 6A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 12 WLCSP 42 2.5 x 2.85 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - - - - - - - PMICs Documentation
DA9213 Single channel 20A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - DA9213-A - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9213-A Single channel 20A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9214 Dual channel 2 x 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - DA9214-A - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9214-A Dual channel 2 x 10A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 (Auto Only) PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9215 Multi channel 1x 15A, 1x 5A PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - DA9215-A - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9215-A Multi channel 1x 15A, 1x 5A PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 20 WLCSP 66 2.5 x 4.5 ㎟ VFBGA 3.55 x 5.75 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9217 Single channel 6A Dual-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 6 WLCSP 24 1.7 x 2.4 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 4 - - Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 PMICs SoC PMICs Documentation
DA9220 Dual channel 2x 3A Single-phase PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 6 WLCSP 24 1.7 x 2.4 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 4 - - - PMICs Documentation
DA9223-A Single channel 16A Quad-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 16 TFBGA 66 5 x 9 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 PMICs SoC PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9224-A Dual channel 2x 8A Dual-phase PMIC 2.8 5.5 - 16 TFBGA 66 5 x 9 ㎟ 2 2 - - - - - fixed - - yes - 3 - - Renesas R-Car 2, R-Car 3 PMICs SoC PMICs Automotive PMICs Documentation
DA9230 Low-power portable PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 0.3 WLCSP 12 1.25 x 1.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9231 Low-power portable PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 0.3 WLCSP 12 1.25 x 1.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - - 1 - - - - - - 1 - - - PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9232 Low-power, ultra-low riple PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 0.06 WLCSP 12 1.25 x 1.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - - - - - 1 DC/DC buck 1 - - - PMICs Low Noise PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9233 Low-power, ultra-low riple PMIC 2.5 5.5 - 0.06 WLCSP 12 1.25 x 1.65 ㎟ 1 1 - - - 1 - - - - - 1 DC/DC buck 1 LDO 1 - - - PMICs Low Noise PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation
DA9313 High-efficiency capacitive DC-DC buck converter 5 10.5 20 10 WLCSP 43 2.8 x 3.5 ㎟ 1 1 - - - - - fixed - - - - 2 - Capacitive down-converter - PMICs Switched Capacitor Converter Documentation
PV88080 High-voltage buck converter PMIC 4.75 5.25/26 - 20 QFN 32 5 x 7 ㎟ 4 3 1 - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - PMICs Documentation
PV88090 High-voltage buck converter PMIC 4.75 5.25 - 13.9 QFN 30 4.5 x 7 ㎟ 3 3 - - - 2 - - - - - - - - - - PMICs Documentation
SLG51000 Low noise, high PSRR PMIC 1.7 5.0 - 1.5 WLCSP 20 1.68 x 2.1 ㎟ - - - - - 7 - - - - - 7 LDOs 6 - - - PMICs Low Noise PMICs Low-power Portable PMICs Documentation

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Product Briefs and Summaries
Name Date Version
DA9231 Product Brief (569.23 KB) 01/01/2017 1.0
Datasheets
Name Date Version
DA9070 Datasheet (2.94 MB) 08/11/2018 3.0
Application notes
Name Date Version
AN-SW-121 Power Profile Manager and SOCF (1.68 MB) 06/11/2018 1.6
AN-SW-125 SOCF Application (157.53 KB) 28/02/2019 1.0
Schematics
Name Date Version
DA9070 Evaluation Board Schematic (1.54 MB) 27/07/2020 3.0
DA9070 PCB (1.79 MB) 01/07/2018 3.0
User guides and manuals
Name Date Version
UM-PM-039 Fuel Gauge Development Kit (2.15 MB) 28/10/2018 2.1
General
Name Date Version
DA9070 BOM (118.46 KB) 31/07/2018 3.0
SW-PM-103 SOCF Application Release Notes (157.75 KB) 28/02/2019 1.0

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1 year ago

technical question regarding development tool for DA9062

Posted by wolfgang.boedi… 0 points 11 replies
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Our customer is using the development kit for the DA9062.

He made his development with the tool and when finished the development he programmed the result in the OTP device of the DA9062.

He programmed the OTP version and he realized that the DA9062 did not boot by himself during next power up.

He used the OTP Programmer tool that is embedded in the SmartCanvas GUI

He used the function “load from Device OTP” and the results are identical with the data of the .ini file.

When using the function “Load from device register” complete different register values are shown. These values are identical when using “Load device POR defaults”.

The customer wants to run the DA9062 standalone.

Do you have any idea what the customer has to do to make the DA9062 run standalone on the board?? Is a failure in the ini file ? I attached the content of the ini file in the attached pdf file.

Any suggestions for the customer??

Thank you wery much for your assistance.

Regards

Wolfgang

 

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Content of the ini file from the customer 77.91 KB

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello Wolfgang,

This is the public forum. I will move it to the Avnet forum.

Kind regards,
Elliott

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hi Wolfgang,

Who is the customer?

I will take a quick look at the file. What was the expected behavour?

Kind regards,

Elliott

1 year ago

wolfgang.boedi… 0 points

Hello Elliot,

the customer is Truetschler in Moenchengladbach.

He wants to use the DA9062 in a power Supply for FPGAs

volume is 5-10k/a

Thanky your for your support.

Regards

Wolfgang

 

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello Wolfgang,

Thanks. How will the customer program the parts for production? e.g in-circuit programming or Avnet programming?

 

Kind regards,
ED

1 year ago

wolfgang.boedi… 0 points

Hello,

Avnet programming.

Regards

Wolfgang

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hi Wolfgang,

could you send me the file in the .ini format?

Kind regards,
ED

1 year ago

wolfgang.boedi… 0 points

Hello,

I will try my best. Only pdf files are allowed for upload. I changed the name to D9062_Modulrechner.ini.pdf.

I hope your system accept this.

Regards

Wolfgang

 

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DA9062_Modulrechner.ini_.pdf 6.81 KB

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hi Wolfgang,

You can put it into a folder and zip it.

Kind regards,
Elliott

1 year ago

wolfgang.boedi… 0 points

next try.

 

Regards

Wolfgang

 

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DA9062_Modulrechner.zip 1.66 KB
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1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hello Wolfgang,

I have had a quick look over the .ini file and have a few comments:

Config ID - This has been set to 0. This value must be greater than 0 or the device will not load in its OTP. This is probably what is causing the device not to start. 

Regulators - All regulators have their enable bit set. When this is set in the OTP, all bucks and LDOs will turn on at start-up regardless of the sequencer.  This can cause a drop in the input voltage due to inrush and cause the device to turn off. I would recommend setting the enable bits to 0, the regulators will then turn on with the sequencer. Depending on the load currents of each rail, i would also recommend staggering some of the turn on slots. The enabled bits can be used after start-up to turn on and off regulators.

Flags – SYSTEM_END, POWER_EN and MAX_COUNT have all been set to the same slot, these are states within the sequencer. These states can be toggled via GPIOs or I2C writes to control the sequencer, this adds some flexibility to Bucks/LDOs/GPIOs. I would recommend putting these into different slots.

Other registers - It would appear that some of the trims have been cleared. These cannot be edited via the customer now.

Kind regards,
Elliott

1 year ago

ED_Dialog

Hi wolfgang,

Due to the trims being cleared. I would recommend that the customer starts the .ini file again from a standard variant.

Not the old -A0 ini file.

let me know if you need any more help. We have a schematic review and unused pin document which are excellent starting points for schematic review. 

Kind regards,
ED