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authorJavier Martinez Canillas <javier.martinez@collabora.co.uk>2014-10-16 18:48:48 +0200
committerMark Brown <broonie@kernel.org>2014-10-20 12:23:50 +0100
commit2e0eaa1aa0084ff1ee1af7cf388358b868143816 (patch)
treecd86597459b78d9803c6cfae2c6328501ab29812 /include/dt-bindings/regulator
parentefbe519945746371f92f5c3796818bf3e24c80ad (diff)
regulator: max77802: Add set suspend mode for BUCKs and simplify code
The max77802 PMIC has a special enable pin (PWRREQ) that can be used by the Application Processor (AP) to power down and up voltage rails. The max77802 PMIC regulators have 3 different enable control logics. Some regulators support to be configured on different operational mode during normal operation while others only support to be put in a Low Power Mode while the system has entered in sleep mode. Some regulators don't even support that configuration. The logics are the following: Enable Control Logic1 by PWRREQ (BUCK 2-4, LDO2, LDO4-19, LDO22, LDO35) ------------------------------- 0: Output OFF 1: Output ON/OFF (Controlled by PWRREQ) PWRREQ = HIGH (1): Output ON in Normal Mode PWRREQ = LOW (0): Output OFF 2: Output On with Low Power Mode (Controlled by PWRREQ) PWRREQ = HIGH (1) : Output ON in Normal Mode PWRREQ = LOW (0): Output ON in Low Power Mode 3: Output ON in Normal Mode Enable Control Logic2 by PWRREQ (LDO1, LDO20, LDO21) ------------------------------- 0: Output ON/OFF by ENx 1: Output ON in Low Power Mode 2: Output ON in Low Power Mode (Controlled by PWRREQ) PWRREQ = HIGH (1): Output ON in Normal Mode PWRREQ = LOW (0): Output ON in Low Power Mode 3: Output ON in Normal Mode Enable Control Logic3 by PWRREQ (LDO3) ------------------------------- 0 or 3: Output ON in Normal Mode 1: Output ON in Low Power Mode 2: Output ON in Low Power Mode (Controlled by PWRREQ) PWRREQ = HIGH (1): Output ON in Normal Mode PWRREQ = LOW (0): Output ON in Low Power Mode The driver only implemented .set_suspend_mode for the LDOs regulators but some BUCKs also support to be put in Low Power Mode on system wide suspend so they should be supported as well. Two different functions were used for the logic 1 and 2 but this is not necessary. Only normal and Low Power Mode are valid operational modes, OFF is not an mode but is a regulator state that is handled by .set_suspend_enable ad .set_suspend_disable. So the same .set_suspend_mode function can be used by all the regulators that support Output On with Low Power Mode by PWRREQ, making much simpler the code to set the suspend mode. Signed-off-by: Javier Martinez Canillas <javier.martinez@collabora.co.uk> Signed-off-by: Mark Brown <broonie@kernel.org>
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