Anyone know if PF3000 and/or PF3001 can support iMX6Solo?

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Anyone know if PF3000 and/or PF3001 can support iMX6Solo?

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DonnyChiu
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Anyone know if PF3000 and/or PF3001 can support iMX6Solo?

Seems both product webpage says iMX6Solo is the "Complementary Products".

But both datasheet only specifically mentioned 6 SL/SX/UL.

and this block diagram listed 6 Solo are supported by both PMIC.

PMIC-IMX-BD.jpg

anyway, please help clarify.

Thanks.

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Yes, both PF3000 and PF3001 PMICs can support the i.MX6Solo processor.


Have a great day,
Artur

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Yes, both PF3000 and PF3001 PMICs can support the i.MX6Solo processor.


Have a great day,
Artur

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mhilt
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Is there Linux support for the PF3000 and PF3001 when using a i.MX6Solo? If not, what would adding support entail; just DTS changes?

Can voltage scaling features be used with the i.MX6Solo?

PF3000 and PF3001 seem to be distributed pre-programmed for a particular i.MX part, but I do not see variants for the i.MX6Solo. Which variants should we look at?

In general, I'm trying to decide if using a PF3000 / PF3001 in a mobile / battery application, is better than the PF0100 part with the i.MX6Solo. Thoughts?

Thanks.

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