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On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 09:47:51AM -0800, Bjorn Andersson wrote:
On Mon 29 Feb 06:40 PST 2016, Laxman Dewangan wrote:Right, this definitely feels like the wrong thing is being specified
It is observed that voltage change in given rail affected by the loadThe regulator-ramp-delay is a variable you can tweak on a board basis,
and the capacitor in the rail. This may cause the slow ramp in voltage
against what PMIC has programmed.
so I'm not sure what benefit it gives to be able to add a scaling
factor to this.
In my experience your HW engineer will say "you have to wait X ms", not
"you have to wait 125% of X ms".
Can you please elaborate on why the original knob isn't sufficient?
here (and also like the PMIC might be going out of spec, possibly as a
result of being overloaded) and that the existing board specific
controls should be used. It just doesn't correspond to the way people
usually talk about specs for PMICs.