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resources:tools-software:linux-drivers:multifunction-device:adp5520 [29 Sep 2010 15:50]
hennerich remove include file and add link to kernel.org
resources:tools-software:linux-drivers:multifunction-device:adp5520 [16 Feb 2015 11:50]
Lars-Peter Clausen [Status]
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-====== ADP5520/​01 ​driver ​======+====== ADP5520/​01 ​MFD Linux Driver ​======
  
 ===== Supported Devices ===== ===== Supported Devices =====
  
-The driver for the [[:ADP5520]] ​also supports the [[:ADP5501]].+  * [[adi>ADP5520]] 
 +  * [[adi>ADP5501]]
  
 +===== Evaluation Boards =====
 +
 +  * [[adi>​ADP5520-EVALZ]]  ​
 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
  
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 ===== Status ===== ===== Status =====
  
- Source ​  Mainlined? ​ +^ Source ^ Mainlined? ^ 
- [[bf>​project/​linux-kernel/​scmsvn/​trunk/​drivers/​mfd/​adp5520.c|svn]] ​ [[bfin>git/?​p=readonly-mirrors/​linux-kernel.git;​a=history;​f=drivers/​mfd/​adp5520.c;hb=HEAD|git]] ​  [[http://git.kernel.org/?​p=linux/​kernel/​git/​torvalds/​linux-2.6.git;​a=blob;​f=drivers/​mfd/​adp5520.c;hb=HEAD|Yes]] ​ |+| [[git.linux.org>​drivers/​mfd/​adp5520.c|git]] | [[git.linux.org>drivers/​mfd/​adp5520.c|Yes]] | 
  
 ===== Files ===== ===== Files =====
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 ====== Example platform device initialization ====== ====== Example platform device initialization ======
  
-<note important>​+{{page>​software/​linux/​docs/​platform_and_bus_model#​Platform Data&​noheader&​firstseconly&​noeditbtn}} 
 + 
 +<WRAP important>​
 Since Keypad, GPIO and optional LEDs (2, 3) are multiplexed,​ you need to avoid double configurations. Please refer to the table below. Since Keypad, GPIO and optional LEDs (2, 3) are multiplexed,​ you need to avoid double configurations. Please refer to the table below.
-</note>+</WRAP>
  
 ^ ADP5520 PIN ^ R3 ^ R2 ^ R1 ^ R0 ^ C0 ^ C1 ^ C2 ^ C3 ^ ^ ADP5520 PIN ^ R3 ^ R2 ^ R1 ^ R0 ^ C0 ^ C1 ^ C2 ^ C3 ^
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 | **LED** | LED3 |  |  |  |  |  |  | LED2 |  ​ | **LED** | LED3 |  |  |  |  |  |  | LED2 |  ​
  
-<note tip> ​+<WRAP tip> ​
 Please refer to [[git.linux.org>​include/​linux/​mfd/​adp5520.h]] for detailed configuration defines. Please refer to [[git.linux.org>​include/​linux/​mfd/​adp5520.h]] for detailed configuration defines.
-</note>+</WRAP>
  
 ==== Backlight ===== ==== Backlight =====
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 ==== ADP5520/​ADP5501 MFD Core Support ===== ==== ADP5520/​ADP5501 MFD Core Support =====
 +
 +{{page>​software/​linux/​docs/​platform_and_bus_model#​Declaring I2C devices&​firstseconly&​noeditbtn}}
  
 <source trunk/​arch/​blackfin/​mach-bf537/​boards/​stamp.c:​adp5520_pdev_data{} c linux-kernel>​ <source trunk/​arch/​blackfin/​mach-bf537/​boards/​stamp.c:​adp5520_pdev_data{} c linux-kernel>​
 <source trunk/​arch/​blackfin/​mach-bf537/​boards/​stamp.c:/​CONFIG_PMIC_ADP5520/​2-/#​if/​ c linux-kernel>​ <source trunk/​arch/​blackfin/​mach-bf537/​boards/​stamp.c:/​CONFIG_PMIC_ADP5520/​2-/#​if/​ c linux-kernel>​
  
-<note tip>+<WRAP tip>
 **ADP5520 IRQ Usage:**\\ **ADP5520 IRQ Usage:**\\
 If you aren’t planning to utilize the Keypad interface, you don’t need to specify an IRQ in bfin_i2c_board_info. If you aren’t planning to utilize the Keypad interface, you don’t need to specify an IRQ in bfin_i2c_board_info.
-</note>+</WRAP>
  
 ====== Adding Linux driver support ====== ====== Adding Linux driver support ======
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 ====== Hardware configuration ====== ====== Hardware configuration ======
 +
 +{{:​software:​driver:​linux:​adp5520_brd.jpg?​800|ADP5520 Demo Mother/​Daughter Board}}
  
 There is no dedicated Blackfin STAMP evaluation board for the ADP5520. There is no dedicated Blackfin STAMP evaluation board for the ADP5520.
 During test and driver development we used the ADP5520 Demo Mother/​Daughter Board. During test and driver development we used the ADP5520 Demo Mother/​Daughter Board.
 +Connect the ADP5520 Demo Mother to an USB port.
  
 It can be easily wired to the Blackfin STAMP TWI/I2C header. It can be easily wired to the Blackfin STAMP TWI/I2C header.
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 ^ BF537-STAMP (P10) TWI/I2C header ​ ^^ ADP5520 Daughter Board ^ ^ BF537-STAMP (P10) TWI/I2C header ​ ^^ ADP5520 Daughter Board ^
 ^ PIN ^ Function ^ PIN/​Function ^ ^ PIN ^ Function ^ PIN/​Function ^
-| 2 | (+3.3V) | VCC | 
 | 5 | SCL | SCL | | 5 | SCL | SCL |
 | 6 | SDA| SDA | | 6 | SDA| SDA |
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 </​xterm>​ </​xterm>​
  
-__**For more information on Input handling in Linux read:**__ [[git.linux.org>​Documentation/​input/​input.txt]] ​+__**For more information on Input handling in Linux read:**__ [[git.linux.org>​Documentation/​input/​input.txt]] 
 + 
 +====== More Information ====== 
 + 
 +{{page>​resources/​tools-software/​linux-drivers/​snippets#​input_pointers&​noheader&​firstseconly&​noeditbtn}} ​
  
resources/tools-software/linux-drivers/multifunction-device/adp5520.txt · Last modified: 16 Feb 2015 11:50 by Lars-Peter Clausen