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Power supply unit (PSU) and voltage domains (SBC Lynx)

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PSU strcucture
SBC Lynx user does not to need to fully understand the complexity of such tree. However, he/she needs to comprehend the basic structure of power supply unit (PSU) and voltage domains, in order to interface external devices and to implement add-on boards properly.
==PSU strcucturestructure and voltage domains organization==The following image shows the PSU structure and the voltage domains organization of SBC Lynx.
===Voltage [[File:SBCLynx-power-block-diagram.png|thumb|center|600px|PSU structure and voltage domains organization]]  SBC Lynx in powered by one rail whose voltage is in the 5 - 24V range. This supply voltage can be provided via:*[[Connectors,_buttons_and_switches_(SBC_Lynx)|connector J35 or connector JP1]] in case it is used as standalone board*[[Connectors,_buttons_and_switches_(SBC_Lynx)|connector J52]] in case it is used as an add-on for a carrier board. The heart of the PSU consists of NXP PF3000 PMIC that generates all of the power supplies required by the iMX6UL application processor and surrounding peripherals. For system integrator, just few of these supplies are relevant to interface additional devices. They are depicted in the image above where are denoted by red arrows. Black arrows refer to the signals instead. For each black arrow, the voltage domain is indicated. For instance, the signals routed to the connector J53 belong to IO_3.3V voltage domain. Relevant voltage domainsare listed in the following table.{|class="wikitable" style=="text-align: center;"|-!Domain name!Nominal voltage [V]!Notes|-|IO_3.3V||3.3|||-|ADC_3.3V||3.3|||-|CAN_3.3V||3.3|||-|AUX_5V||5.0|||}
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