TPS51200: TPS51200 Question about Power on and Power off min value / max value period time.
Part Number: TPS51200
As with the X5777BXGABC DEMO board design, the TPS51200 is used to power the DDR, and the EN pin of the TPS51200 is connected to the GPIO pin of the SOC.
We want to know in which scenarios, Soc needs to shut down the TPS51200 ?
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In reply to Qian Chen:
As with the X5777BXGABC DEMO board design, VDDQ is used to power DDRS_DDR of DDR chip and SOC chip.
I want to know, if the DDR is not powered, how can the SOC control the EN pin of the TPS51200?
In reply to FENG XIAOYU:
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