Hello kind people.
i'm developing a very simple application using the MKL03, similar to others that i developed with MKL05,without any of this problems.
The problem is about VLLS3 mode.To make it very simple end evident i reduced the job that the micro has to do to an almost useless task:
After POR and initialization i blink a LED for 2 secs,then i go to sleep in VLLS3,i wanto to stay in that state indefinitely.If the uC would wake from VLLS3 mode, it would be from reset ,so to repeat the LED blink,but this has not to happen,having all the wake up sources disabled.
What happens is,instead, that the uC wakes up immediately after
SMC_PMCTRL |= SMC_PMCTRL_STOPM(0x3);
dummyread = SMC_PMCTRL;
I can verify that it was a reset from VLLS3 with this simple check,after PE_low_level_init()
if (((SMC_PMCTRL & SMC_PMCTRL_STOPM_MASK)== VLLS) &&
((SMC_STOPCTRL & SMC_STOPCTRL_VLLSM_MASK)== VLLS_3))
//notice that the definition file contains LLWU_FILT2,but it looks not existing,
//despite the reference manual,trying to read it leads to an Hard fault
then i generate n° wake_reason pulses that i can freeze on the oscilloscope,so to recognize at least in wich register the wake event was marked
I always read 2 pulses,wake_reason==2,indicating that it was actually a wake up from VLLS3 mode,but none of the LLWU registers contains a bit=1.
In the reference manual i read that the other possible sources are NMI pin and RESET pin
I disabled the NMI in startup_MKL03Z4.S,see last row(NMI disable K02F with KDS thanks Jorge Gonzales), because that and lot of the usual settings are not available in the CPU component for this processor.
/* Flash Configuration */
.section .FlashConfig, "a"
The reset pin is constantly at high level.
I verified that the Allow Very-Low-Leakage Stop Mode AVLLS was correctly set.
Despite this precaution the uC is not able to stay in VLLS3,why?
Thanks in advance.