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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH] regulator: palmas: enable all modes for SMPS10
On Sunday 02 June 2013 12:15 AM, Mark Brown wrote:
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> On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 06:30:32PM +0530, Laxman Dewangan wrote:
>> Palma have SMPS10 regulator which can generate two voltage level
>> 3.75 and 5V.
>> This SMPS10 has the two outputs OUT1 and OUT2 and having one input IN1.
>> SMPS10-OUT2 is always connected to SMPS10-IN1 via following logic:
>> - Through parasitic diode (no sw control)
>> - In bypass mode (bit configuration is there to enable/disable Bypass)
>> - In Boost mode (bit configuration is there to enable/disable Boost mode)
>> SMPS10-OUT1 is connected to the SMPS10-OUT2 pin through Switch (SW
>> control for enabling/disabling this switch).
>> So I think:
>> regualtor enable/disable, we should toggle the bit for SWITCH.
>> In STANDBY mode, it should be BYPASS disable and Boost disable.
>> In Idle/Normal mode, BYPASS enable and Boost disable.
>> In Fast mode, it should be bypass disable and Boost enable.
> No, that makes no sense at all to me. Why do you think this maps onto
> the set mode API? Modes are all about accuracy of regulation.

I mapped this to the regulation under different load, Fast mode is in
heavy load and so boost enable, normal/idle mode for normal load and so

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