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CarolJenkins
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The pin connections for using an external PMIC with a Traveo II CYT4BF MCU would depend on the specific model of the MCU and the PMIC you are using.

The Traveo II CYT4BF MCU's Fault System function can provide a signal when a fault occurs, but it's not clear, whether that signal can be connected directly to the Error Monitoring Pin of the Infineon TLF35584 or NXP FS26 PMIC.

It is recommended to consult the datasheets and reference manuals for both the Traveo II CYT4BF MCU and the Infineon TLF35584 or NXP FS26 PMIC to determine the correct pin connections. You may also want to consider reaching out to the manufacturer's technical support for further guidance on this matter.

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abhikul
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Hello @CarolJenkins 

  • In Traveo 2 devices there is an internal PMIC module which is available to control an external PMIC.
  • There are two pins basically used i.e. PMIC_STATUS and PMIC_ EN which are used to monitor the status of an external PMIC.
  • There is a chapter in the TRM of the device (chapter 16 ) which explains about the interfacing of an external PMIC controller to traveo 2 devices. Also refer the image1 which is taken from that chapter which describes about the interfacing of an external PMIC to traveo 2 device.
  • You can download the architecture TRM of the device from the myicp portal. The link for the myicp portal is: https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/promopages/MyICP-platform-for-Microcontroller/#Traveo-II-doc...

Thanks & Regards,

Abhishek Kulkarni

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abhikul
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Hello @CarolJenkins 

  • In Traveo 2 devices there is an internal PMIC module which is available to control an external PMIC.
  • There are two pins basically used i.e. PMIC_STATUS and PMIC_ EN which are used to monitor the status of an external PMIC.
  • There is a chapter in the TRM of the device (chapter 16 ) which explains about the interfacing of an external PMIC controller to traveo 2 devices. Also refer the image1 which is taken from that chapter which describes about the interfacing of an external PMIC to traveo 2 device.
  • You can download the architecture TRM of the device from the myicp portal. The link for the myicp portal is: https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/promopages/MyICP-platform-for-Microcontroller/#Traveo-II-doc...

Thanks & Regards,

Abhishek Kulkarni

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