SLDA059 February   2022 AM2431 , AM2432 , AM2434 , AM6411 , AM6412 , AM6421 , AM6441 , AM6442 , LP8733 , TPS65218 , TPS6521815 , TPS6521855

 

  1.   Trademarks
  2. 1Introduction
  3. 2LP8733xx and TPS65218xx Device Overview
  4. 3LP8733xx and TPS65218xx PMIC Variants
  5. 4PMIC Selection Guide
  6. 5Example Power Maps
    1. 5.1 AM64x Single-PMIC Solution
    2. 5.2 AM64x Dual-PMIC Solution
    3. 5.3 AM243x (ALX Package) Single-PMIC Solution
    4. 5.4 AM243x (ALV Package) Single-PMIC Solution
  7. 6TPS6521815 Programming Information
  8. 7Conclusion

AM243x (ALX Package) Single-PMIC Solution

Figure 5-5 shows an example power map using the LP87334D to power the core rails of the AM243x (ALX Package) processor. The AM243x (ALX Package) body size is 11 mm × 11 mm, and does not support LPDDR4 or DDR4 memory.

Figure 5-5 Using LP87334D to Power AM243x (ALX Package) Core Rails

Figure 5-6 shows an example power map that utilizes two GPOs to sequence additional regulators TPS62822 (buck regulator) and TPS745 (LDO) for Ethernet PHY support. TPS62822 can power 1.1 V Ethernet PHY when enabled by GPO2, and can be substituted with TPSM82822, a module with a step-down converter with an integrated inductor. TPS745 can power 2.5 V Ethernet PHY when enabled by LDO0, as shown in the below example power map.

Figure 5-6 Using LP87334D to Power AM243x (ALX Package) with Ethernet PHY Support