SLVSDD7A September 2016 – February 2019 UCD9090A
The UCD9090A can generate a programmable system-reset pulse as part of sequence-on. The pulse is created by programming a GPIO to remain deasserted until the voltage of a particular rail or combination of rails reach their respective POWER_GOOD_ON levels plus a programmable delay time. The system-reset delay duration can be programmed as shown in Table 9. See an example of two SYSTEM RESET signals Figure 28. The first SYSTEM RESET signal is configured so that it de-asserts on Power Good On and it asserts on Power Good Off after a given common delay time. The second SYSTEM RESET signal is configured so that it sends a pulse after a delay time once Power Good On is achieved. The pulse width can be configured between 0.001s to 32.256s. See the UCD90xxx Sequencer and System Health Controller PMBus Command Reference for pulse width configuration details.
The system reset can react to watchdog timing. In Figure 29 The first delay on SYSTEM RESET is for the initial reset release that would get a CPU running once all necessary voltage rails are in regulation. The watchdog is configured with a Start Time and a Reset Time. If these times expire without the WDI clearing them then it is expected that the CPU providing the watchdog signal is not operating. The SYSTEM RESET is toggled either using a Delay or GPI Tracking Release Delay to see if the CPU recovers.