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Can pre-programed PMIC be replaced non-programed?

Question asked by JHY on Feb 4, 2015
Latest reply on Feb 4, 2015 by Yuri Muhin

I have been using MMPF0100F1AEP, F1 type pre-programed PF0100, but our FSL distributor recomended MMPF0200NPAEP, NON-programed PF0200.


The differences of PF0100 and PF0200 can be handled, but I am not sure F1 type can be replaced NP type.


Maybe programing for initial status will be needed to use NP type, is it right?

 

Or is it possible to set PMIC in bootloader code?

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