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i.MX8M Mini GPIOs and Power-up sequence

Question asked by Nija Mankodi on Jan 23, 2020
Latest reply on Jan 27, 2020 by igorpadykov

Hi NXP team,

 

W are using i>MX8M Mini Quad core processor in our emergency calling Device product. This product will be used as VoIP to help elderly people and kids at home during emergency situations. We need below data to freeze on the schematic part for i.MX8M Mini Quad core.

 

1) What is the MTBF (Mean time between failures) value for processor MIMX8MM6DVTLZAA?

2) Which document specifies interrupt capable GPIO and PWM capable GPIO for this processor?

3) As per its EVK, once we give 5V to PMIC (BD71847MWV), all its supplies are generated. Processor entire power up sequence is executed by PMIC (based on I2C programming) and no external regulator is required. All the supplies for processor to come out of reset and boot is provided by this PMIC itself. NO external regulators required. Please confirm.

 

Please provide update on this ASAP.

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