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MCF5271 (BGA version) do we still apply erata SECF131 to it? This means tie both the CLKMOD1 pin and the RESET line together.

Question asked by Peter Nguyen on Aug 12, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 6, 2016 by Fang Li

Hi all,

 

We now have a batch of production run based on the MCF5271 (BGA version) which has the CLKMOD1 and the RESET pins tied together and won't come out of reset at power up. If we manually reset them while they have power, they will reset and run normally. Is this means we have to disconnect the CLKMOD1 pin and tie it to  3.3V?

Strangely enough, the last batch that has been made with the same circuit arrangement was working perfectly fine until now.

 

Regards,

 

Peter Nguyen.

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