I have designed a board which is for the most part a "clone" of the ICE ( http://www.ti.com/tool/tmdxice3359 ) ,
with many other devices as required for our application.
The problem I am facing now is that the PMIC is not getting out of the "OFF" state.
The actual PMIC part is marked:
The most telling symptom is that Vref is stuck at zero Volt
( NOTE: measured that Pin 18 is not shorted to GND )
Other measurements are:
BOOT1= 1.8V ; BOOT0= 0V
0 V = SLEEP = NRESPWRON = INT1 = VDDIO = REFGND
1.8 V = VRTC = PWRHOLD
0.1 V = TESTV
5.0 V = PWRON = VCCIO
5.0 V = VCC1 = VCC2 = VCC3 = VCC4 = VCC5 = VCC6 = VCC7 = VBACKUP
Is this the right PMIC for this processor ?
Any insight about what may be wrong?
Is there a document indicating how to actually bring up a board such as this,
with the procedures for flashing all the devices with the proper data so that the system will wake up ?
Thanks, Jure Z.
I've found that the right PMIC part number is : TPS65910AA1
I gave some detail in
Please correct the Documentation for the ICE, Schematic and BOM.
For the curious, a few more points to add, answering my own questions.
I managed to have our custom board operate correctly with CCS.
We can boot from SPI , debug, and also on a reset jump from boot to APP on uSD card.
A new boot loader was also built.
One thing we had to do is to clone the flash configuration from the FTDI device into the blank new one on our board. We used the FTDI utility for this purpose.
This way we have the three standard devices recognized by the windows device manager.
There was no need to program the I2C device to get to this point.
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