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About a comment for Operating Ranges of VDD_SOC_IN for i.MX6Solo

Question asked by yuuki on Sep 2, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 12, 2016 by Yuri Muhin

Dear all,


We have a question about Operating Ranges of VDD_SOC_IN for i.MX6Solo.

 

We refer to the Table 8. Operating Ranges in the IMX6SDLCEC(Rev. 6, 08/2016).
The following is explained in comment of VDD_SOC_IN(Run mode: LDO enabled).

 

"VPU ≤ 328 MHz, VDD_SOC and VDD_PU LDO outputs (VDD_SOC_CAP and
VDD_PU_CAP) = 1.225 V maximum and 1.15 V minimum."


<Q1>
Can we set the same Setpoint value to VDD_SOC_CAP and VDD_PU_CAP?

 

<Q2>
When VPU is not used, is the condition of VDD_SOC_CAP and VDD_PU_CAP necessary?

 

<Q3>
Maximum value of VDD_SOC_CAP and VDD_PU_CAP are 1.225V.
However, these Core supply output voltage (LDO enabled) in Absolute Maximum Ratings are Max 1.4V.

What kind of meaning does Core supply output voltage have?


Best Regards,
Yuuki

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