FlexSPI2 A and B pin detail in RT1061/62

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FlexSPI2 A and B pin detail in RT1061/62

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Contributor I

Right now I start work on RT1060 series MCU and I mapped GPIO and peripheral according hardware design but FlexSPI2 A and B pin detail are missing in pin definition so please tell us where this pin is mention pin details.

 

Here I attached image of missing pin detail information with red highlighted.

 

Kindly refer it and share feedback on that.

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NXP TechSupport

Hi Mitesh Soni ,

  GPIO_SPI_XX_XX pins are just the internal signal, it is mainly used for the RT1064.

  For RT1060, you can't use these pins, because it is just the internal pad, so please use the pins in the list which is really fan-out.

  I already suggest our related department to remove these information in the RT1060 RM.


Have a great day,
Kerry

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Please refer below highlighted Pin definition which  missing in FlexSPI2 A and B pin detail

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Hi Mitesh Soni

  I can't find your attached pictures, but I already checked the RT1060 RM, it contains the Flexspi2 A, B pins.

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Wish it helps you!

If you still have questions about it, please kindly let me know.

Have a great day,
Kerry

 

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