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The INT1 signal on the PMIC (default active low) warns the host processor of any event that has occurred on the TPS659113 device. The host processor can then poll the interrupt from the interrupt status register through I2C to identify the interrupt source. This signal is connected to the H4 DM814x microprocessor ball, corresponding to the MCA[3]_AFSX/GP0[17] pin (please refer to the DM814x Datasheet).
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The INT1 signal on the PMIC (default active low) warns the host processor of any event that has occurred on the TPS659113 device. The host processor can then poll the interrupt from the interrupt status register through I2C to identify the interrupt source. This signal is connected to the G6 DM814x microprocessor ball, corresponding to the MCA[3]_ACLKX/GP0[16] pin (please refer to the DM814x Datasheet).

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Introduction[edit | edit source]

On Naon, Maya and Dido SoMs, the TPS659113 PMIC provides a real-time clock (RTC) resource with

  • Oscillator for 32.768-kHz crystal
  • Date, time and calendar
  • Alarm capability
  • Backup power from external battery

Backup power is provided through the VBAT (J2.16) signal. If not used, VBAT must be externally connected to GND.

Interrupt[edit | edit source]

The INT1 signal on the PMIC (default active low) warns the host processor of any event that has occurred on the TPS659113 device. The host processor can then poll the interrupt from the interrupt status register through I2C to identify the interrupt source. This signal is connected to the G6 DM814x microprocessor ball, corresponding to the MCA[3]_ACLKX/GP0[16] pin (please refer to the DM814x Datasheet).