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This report applies to mask 3M17W for these products:
• MPC5673F
• MPC5674F
Table 1. Errata and Information Summary
Erratum ID Erratum Title
e3521 DECFIL: Soft reset failures at the end of filtering
e8251 DECFIL: timestamp may be lost in edge trigger mode
e6026 DSPI: Incorrect SPI Frame Generated in Combined Serial Interface Configuration
e7352 DSPI: reserved bits in slave CTAR are writable
e4396 e200z7: Erroneous Address Fetch
e3419 e200z: Exceptions generated on speculative prefetch
e6966 eDMA: Possible misbehavior of a preempted channel when using continuous link mode
e818 EMIOS/ETPU: Global timebases not synchronized
e4480 eQADC: Differential conversions with 4x gain may halt command processing
e3378 EQADC: Pull devices on differential pins may be enabled for a short period of time during and just
after POR
e5086 eQADC: unexpected result may be pushed when Immediate Conversion Command is enabled
e2386 eSCI : No LIN frame reception after leaving stop mode
e1171 eSCI : DMA stalled after return from stop or doze mode
e1297 eSCI : reads of the SCI Data Register, which clears the RDRF flag, may cause loss of frame if read
occurs during reception of the STOP bit
e2396 eSCI : Stop Mode not entered in LIN mode
e1221 eSCI: LIN bit error indicated at start of transmission after LIN reset
e1381 eSCI: LIN Wakeup flag set after aborted LIN frame transmission
e7536 ESCI: Registers are writable in supervisor mode only
e5642 ETPU2: Limitations of forced instructions executed via the debug interface
e6309 ETPU2: STAC bus timebase export to peripherals does not work if the ratio of eTPU clock to
peripheral clock is 2:1.
e2740 ETPU2: Watchdog Status Register (WDSR) may fail to update on channel timeout
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Table 1. Errata and Information Summary (continued)
Erratum ID Erratum Title
e5640 ETPU2: Watchdog timeout may fail in busy length mode
e8194 eTPU: EAC may detect double teeth in a single input transition
e8252 eTPU: ETPU Angle Counter (EAC) Tooth Program Register (TPR) register write may fail
e9090 eTPU: Incorrect eTPU angle counter function under certain conditions
e2382 FLASH: Flash Array Integrity Check
e1312 FLASH: MCR[DONE] bit may be set before high voltage operation completes when executing a
suspend sequence
e3659 FLASH: Resuming after a suspend during an Erase may prevent the erase from completing.
e7322 FlexCAN: Bus Off Interrupt bit is erroneously asserted when soft reset is performed while FlexCAN is
in Bus Off state
e3407 FlexCAN: CAN Transmitter Stall in case of no Remote Frame in response to Tx packet with RTR=1
e2424 FlexCAN: switching CAN protocol interface (CPI) to system clock has very small chance of causing the
CPI to enter an indeterminate state
e1364 FlexRay : Message Buffer Slot Status corrupted after system memory access timeout or illegal
address access
e1369 FlexRay : Message Buffer Status, Slot Status, and Data not updated after system memory access
timeout or illegal address access
e2302 FlexRay: Message Buffer can not be disabled and not locked after CHI command FREEZE
e6726 NPC: MCKO clock may be gated one clock period early when MCKO frequency is programmed as
SYS_CLK/8.and gating is enabled
e3553 NXFR: Flexray databus translates into unexpected data format on the Nexus interface
e1279 NZ7C3:Core Nexus Read/Write Access registers cleared by system reset
e7120 NZxC3: DQTAG implemented as variable length field in DQM message
e3377 Pad Ring:Nexus pins may drive an unknown value immediately after power up but before the 1st clock
edge
e9109 PAD_RING: Output pulse may occur on analog inputs during power on reset
e2696 PBRIDGE: Write buffer may cause overflow/underflow of DMA transfers
e2996 PIT_RTI: RTI timer corruption when debugging
e2322 PMC: LVREH/LVREA/LVRE50 may exit LVI triggered reset with LVI condition still existing
e1419 SIU: Reverting ENGCLK source to the system clock has a very small chance of causing the ENGCLK
generator to enter an indeterminate state
Table 2. Revision History
Revision Changes
0 Initial revision
09 Mar 2015 The following errata were added.
• e9109
• e9090
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e3521: DECFIL: Soft reset failures at the end of filtering
Description: If a software reset of a decimation filter is made exactly at the time it finishes filtering, several
registers reset for one clock, but have their values updated by the filtering on the next clock,
including (but not limited to) the integrator current value register DECFIL_CINTVAL and
the tap registers DECFILTER_TAPn.
Workaround: Before making the soft reset write (DECFIL_MCR bit SRES=1), perform the procedure below:
1- disable filter inputs, writing DECFIL_MCR bit IDIS = 1.
2- read the register DECFIL_MSR and repeat the read until the bit BSY is 0.
3- repeat the loop of step 2; this is necessary to cover the case when a sample is left in the
input buffer.
e8251: DECFIL: timestamp may be lost in edge trigger mode
Description: The Enhanced Queued Analog-to-Digital Converter (eQADC) supports a conversion command
that configures it to send a timestamp along with the specified ADC conversion data to the
Decimation Filter (DECFIL) for digital processing. The DECFIL receives the data and the
timestamp, and updates internal registers with these two values. When the DECFIL is
configured for edge triggered output by setting the Triggered Output Result Enable bit in the
Module Configuration Register (DECFIL_MCR[TORE]) and setting the Trigger Mode bitfield to
either 2b00 or 2b10, and a trigger edge is detected, the DECFILT loads an Internal Output
Buffer register (DECFILT_IOB) with the conversion data, and then the timestamp data. This
register is intended to hold data to be returned on one of the two Parallel Side Interfaces (PSI0
or PSI1). In the case where a trigger edge occurs and DECFILT_IOB is loaded with the
conversion and timestamp data, and then a second trigger edge occurs before any new
conversion and timestamp data has been received by the DECFILT, the DECFILT will provide
only the initial conversion data, and will not provide the initial timestamp data.
The level triggered mode is not affected by this issue.
Workaround: When the DECFILT has been configured for edge triggered output buffer mode, ensure that
the trigger edge rate is slower than the input data rate of the decimation filter. That is, be sure
that there is always a new conversion arriving at the DECFILT before any new output trigger
edge is detected. If the DECFILT is not receiving timestamps from the eQADC, this limitation is
not required.
e6026: DSPI: Incorrect SPI Frame Generated in Combined Serial Interface
Configuration
Description: In the Combined Serial Interface (CSI) configuration of the Deserial Serial Peripheral Interface
(DSPI) where data frames are periodically being sent (Deserial Serial Interface, DSI), a Serial
Peripheral Interface (SPI) frame may be transmitted with incorrect framing.
The incorrect frame may occur in this configuration if the user application writes SPI data to the
DSPI Push TX FIFO Register (DSPI_PUSHR) during the last two peripheral clock cycles of the
Delay-after-Transfer (DT) phase. In this case, the SPI frame is corrupted.
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Workaround: Workaround 1: Perform SPI FIFO writes after halting the DSPI.
To prevent writing to the FIFO during the last two clock cycles of DT, perform the following
steps every time a SPI frame is required to be transmitted:
Step 1: Halt the DSPI by setting the HALT control bit in the Module Configuration Register
(DSPI_MCR[HALT]).
Step 2: Poll the Status Register’s Transmit and Receive Status bit (DSPI_SR[TXRXS]) to
ensure the DSPI has entered the HALT state and completed any in-progress transmission.
Alternatively, if continuous polling is undesirable in the application, wait for a fixed time interval
such as 35 baud clocks to ensure completion of any in-progress transmission and then check
once for DSPI_SR[TXRXS].
Step 3: Perform the write to DSPI_PUSHR for the SPI frame.
Step 4: Clear bit DSPI_MCR[HALT] to bring the DSPI out of the HALT state and return to
normal operation.
Workaround 2: Do not use the CSI configuration. Use the DSPI in either DSI-only mode or
SPI-only mode.
Workaround 3: Use the DSPI’s Transfer Complete Flag (TCF) interrupt to reduce worst-case
wait time of Workaround 1.
Step 1: When a SPI frame is required to be sent, halt the DSPI as in Step 1 of Workaround 1
above.
Step 2: Enable the TCF interrupt by setting the DSPI DMA/Interrupt Request Select and
Enable Register’s Transmission Complete Request Enable bit (DSPI_RSER[TCF_RE])
Step 3: In the TCF interrupt service routine, clear the interrupt status (DSPI_SR[TCF]) and the
interrupt request enable (DSPI_RSER[TCF_RE]). Confirm that DSPI is halted by checking
DSPI_SR[TXRXS] and then write data to DSPI_PUSHR for the SPI frame. Finally, clear bit
DSPI_MCR[HALT] to bring the DSPI out of the HALT state and return to normal operation.
e7352: DSPI: reserved bits in slave CTAR are writable
Description: When the Deserial/Serial Peripheral Interface (DSPI) module is operating in slave mode (the
Master [MSTR] bit of the DSPI Module Configuration Register [DSPIx_MCR] is cleared), bits
10 to 31 (31 = least significant bit) of the Clock and Transfer Attributes Registers
(DSPIx_CTARx) should be read only (and always read 0). However, these bits are writable,
but setting any of these bits to a 1 does not change the operation of the module.
Workaround: There are two possible workarounds.
Workaround 1: Always write zeros to the reserved bits of the DSPIx_CTARn_SLAVE (when
operating in slave mode).
Workaround 2: Mask the reserved bits of DSPIx_CTARn_SLAVE when reading the register in
slave mode.
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e4396: e200z7: Erroneous Address Fetch
Description: Under certain conditions, if a static branch prediction and a dynamic return prediction (which
uses the subroutine return address stack) occur simultaneously in the Branch Target Buffer
(BTB), the e200z7 core can issue an errant fetch address to the memory system (instruction
fetched from wrong address).
This can only happen when the static branch prediction is “taken” but the branch actually
resolves to “not taken”. If the branch resolves to taken, correct fetching occurs for this branch
path and no issue is seen.
If Branch Unit Control and Status Register (BUCSR) Branch Prediction Control Static (BPRED)
= 0b00, 0b01, or 0b10, then static branch prediction is configured as “taken”. The issue can
occur with these settings.
If BUSCR[BPRED] = 0b11, then static branch prediction is configured as “not taken”. The
issue does not occur with this setting.
Workaround: To prevent the issue from occurring, configure static branch prediction to “not taken” by setting
the Branch Unit Control and Status Register (BUCSR) Branch Prediction Control Static
(BPRED) to 0b11.
e3419: e200z: Exceptions generated on speculative prefetch
Description: The e200z7 core can prefetch up to 2 cache lines (64 bytes total) beyond the current
instruction execution point. If a bus error occurs when reading any of these prefetch locations,
the machine check exception will be taken. For example, executing code within the last 64
bytes of a memory region such as internal SRAM, may cause a bus error when the core pre-
fetches past the end of memory. An ECC exception can occur if the core prefetches locations
that are valid, but not yet initialized for ECC.
The Boot Assist Monitor (BAM) is located at the end of the address space and so may cause
instruction pre-fetches to wrap-around to address 0 in internal flash memory. If this first block
of flash memory contains ECC errors, such as from an aborted program or erase operation, a
machine-check exception will be asserted. At this point in the boot procedure, exceptions are
disabled, but the machine-check will remain pending and the exception vector will be taken if
user application code subsequently enables the machine check interrupt.
Workaround: Do not place code to be executed within the last 64 bytes of a memory region. When executing
code from internal ECC SRAM, initialize memory beyond the end of the code until the next 32-
byte aligned address and then an additional 64 bytes to ensure that prefetches cannot land in
uninitialized SRAM.
To guard against the possibility of the BAM causing a machine-check exception to be taken, as
noted in the errata description, user application code should check and clear the Machine
Check Syndrome Register (MCSR) in the core before enabling the machine check interrupt.
This can be done by writing all 1s to MCSR.
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e6966: eDMA: Possible misbehavior of a preempted channel when using continuous
link mode
Description: When using Direct Memory Access (DMA) continuous link mode Control Register Continuous
Link Mode (DMA_CR[CLM]) = 1) with a high priority channel linking to itself, if the high priority
channel preempts a lower priority channel on the cycle before its last read/write sequence, the
counters for the preempted channel (the lower priority channel) are corrupted. When the
preempted channel is restored, it continues to transfer data past its “done” point (that is the
byte transfer counter wraps past zero and it transfers more data than indicated by the byte
transfer count (NBYTES)) instead of performing a single read/write sequence and retiring.
The preempting channel (the higher priority channel) will execute as expected.
Workaround: Disable continuous link mode (DMA_CR[CLM]=0) if a high priority channel is using minor loop
channel linking to itself and preemption is enabled. The second activation of the preempting
channel will experience the normal startup latency (one read/write sequence + startup) instead
of the shortened latency (startup only) provided by continuous link mode.
e818: EMIOS/ETPU: Global timebases not synchronized
Description: The eTPU and eMIOS timebases can be started synchronously by asserting the Global Time
Base Enable (GTBE) bit in either the eTPU Module Configuration Register (eTPUMCR) or the
eMIOS Module Configuration Register (eMIOS_MCR). GTBE bits from the eMIOS and eTPU
are ORed together such that asserting either of them allows both eMIOS and eTPU timebases
to start running simultaneously.
When the timebases are running and GTBE is cleared, the timebase and eTPU Angle Counter
(EAC) prescalers can stop at any count. When GTBE is reasserted, the prescalers must have
a determined initialization value so that the timebases will remain in sync with each other.
Workaround: Perform the following steps in sequence to synchronize the time base between the eTPU and
the eMIOS:
1- Clear the Global Time Base Enable (GTBE) bit in the eTPU Module Configuration Register
(ETPUMCR[GTBE] = 0).
2- Clear the Global Time Base Enable (GTBE) and Global Prescaler Enable (GPREN) bits in
the eMIOS Module Configuration Register (EMIOS_MCR[GTBE] = 0, EMIOS_MCR[GPREN] =
0) to stop the Global Clock Prescaler (GCP) from counting.
3- Write the desired counter values to the eTPU Time Counter Registers 1 and 2 (TCR1 and
TCR2) with eTPU microcode (these registers cannot be written by the CPU). This step is
required even if the values in TCR1 and TCR2 are not changed.
4- Clear the Unified Channel Prescaler Enable (UCPREN) bit in the eMIOS Channel Control
Register (EMIOS_CCRn) for each of the eMIOS channels (EMIOS_CCRn[UCPREN] = 0).
5- If it is necessary to set the eMIOS counters to known values, configure each eMIOS channel
for General Purpose Input (GPI) mode (EMIOS_CCRn[MODE] = 0000000), write the desired
counter values, and restore the desired operational mode (EMIOS_CCRn[MODE] = xxxxxxx).
6- Set the UCPREN bit in the EMIOS_CCRn register for each of the eMIOS channels
(EMIOS_CCRn[UCPREN] = 1) to re-enable the unified channel prescaler.
7- Set the GTBE and GPREN bits in the eMIOS MCR simultaneously with a single write
operation(EMIOS_MCR = EMIOS_MCR | 0x14000000).
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Note: This works only for eTPU and single eMIOS module synchronization. For more than one
eMIOS module there is no workaround, since their GPREN bits cannot be written at the same
time.
e4480: eQADC: Differential conversions with 4x gain may halt command processing
Description: If the four times amplifier is enabled for a differential analog-to-digital conversion in the
Enhanced Queued Analog to Digital Converter (eQADC) and the ADC clock prescaler is set to
divide by 12 or greater, then the ADC will stop processing commands if a conversion
command is executed immediately after a differential, gain 4x conversion.
Workaround: 1) Do not use a prescaler divide factor greater than or equal to 12 (11 can be used on devices
that support odd prescalers).
2) Insert a dummy write command to any internal ADC register after every 4x conversion
command.
Note 1: If the command FIFO preemption feature is used and it is possible to preempt a FIFO
which contains the 4x conversion + dummy write workaround, then the preempting command
FIFO must be loaded FIRST with a dummy write command and then the desired preempting
conversion command in order to avoid the possibility of following a 4x conversion command
with another conversion command in the same ADC.
Note 2: The level sensitive triggers (when in Low/High Level Gated External Trigger, Single/
Continuous Scan modes) can interrupt the command sequence at any point in time, potentially
breaking the safe sequence 4x conversion command -> dummy write command.
Note 3: When using an odd prescaler (ADCx_CLK_ODD = 1), the duty cycle setting
(ADCxCLK_DTY) must be kept at the default setting of 0.
e3378: EQADC: Pull devices on differential pins may be enabled for a short period of
time during and just after POR
Description: The programmable pull devices (up and down) on the analog differential inputs of the eQADC
may randomly be enabled during the internal Power On Reset (POR) and until the 1st clock
edge propagates through the device. After the first clock edge, the pull resistors will be
disabled until software enables them.
Workaround: Protect any external devices connected to the differential analog inputs. The worst case
condition is with a 1.4K ohm resistor to VDDA (5K pull-up enabled) or VSSA (5K pull-down
enabled). This may also cause temporary additional current requirements on the VDDA supply
of each eQADC module, up to 15 mA on each eQADC if both the pull up and pull down
resistors are enabled simultaneously on all of the differential analog pins.
e5086: eQADC: unexpected result may be pushed when Immediate Conversion
Command is enabled
Description: In the enhanced Queued Analog to Digital Converter (eQADC), when the Immediate
Conversion Command is enabled (ICEAn=1) in the eQADC_MCR (Module Configuration
Register), if a conversion from Command First-In-First Out (CFIFO0, conv0) is requested
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concurrently with the end-of-conversion from another, lower priority conversion (convx), the
result of the convx may be lost or duplicated causing an unexpected number of results in the
FIFO (too few or too many).
Workaround: Workaround 1: Do not use the abort feature (ICEAn=0).
Workaround 2: Arrange the timing of the CFIFO0 trigger such that it does not assert the trigger
at the end of another, lower priority conversion.
Workaround 3: Detect the extra or missing conversion result by checking the
EQADC_CFTCRx (EQADC CFIFO Transfer Counter Register x). This register records how
many commands were issued, so it can be used to check that the expected number of results
have been received.
e2386: eSCI : No LIN frame reception after leaving stop mode
Description: When the eSCI module is in LIN mode and transmits or receives an LIN frame, if the CPU
requests Stop Mode, and the Stop Mode is left, an subsequent triggered LIN RX Frame
reception may hang. The module will never assert the eSCI_IFSR2[RXRDY] and
eSCI_IFSR2[TXRDY] flags.
Workaround: The application should ensure that no LIN transmission is running before it requests Stop
Mode by checking the status of the eSCI_IFSR1[TACT] and eSCI_IFSR1[RACT] status flags.
e1171: eSCI : DMA stalled after return from stop or doze mode
Description: If the eSCI module enters stop or doze mode while the transmit DMA is enabled and
messages are being transmitted, when the CPU exits stop or doze mode, it is possible that
DMA requests will not be generated by the eSCI module.
Workaround: The application should ensure that the eSCI module is idle before entering the stop mode.
The eSCI module is idle when both transmitter and receiver active status bits in the Interrupt
Flag and Status Register 1 (eSCI_IFSR1) are not set.
The application should not trigger a new transmission on the eSCI module if the application is
preparing for the stop mode.
e1297: eSCI : reads of the SCI Data Register, which clears the RDRF flag, may cause
loss of frame if read occurs during reception of the STOP bit
Description: A received SCI frame is not written into the SCI Data Registers and the Overrun (OR) flag is
not set in the SCI Status Register 1 (SCISR1), if:
1.) The eSCI has received the last data bit of an SCI frame n
2.) and the Receive Data Register Full (RDRF) flag is still set in the SCISR1 after the reception
of SCI frame n-1
3.) and during the reception of the STOP bit of frame n the host reads the SCI Data Registers,
and clears the RDRF flag
In this case the RDRF flag is erroneously set again by the controller instead of the OR flag.
Thus, the host reads the data of frame n-1 a second time, and the data of frame n is lost.
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Workaround: The application should ensure that the data of the foregoing frame is read out from the SCI
Data Registers before the last data bit of the actual frame is received.
e2396: eSCI : Stop Mode not entered in LIN mode
Description: When the eSCI module is in LIN mode and transmits the Header of an LIN RX frame, if the
CPU requests Stop Mode, the eSCI module may not acknowledge the Stop Mode request and
will stay in Normal Operating Mode (not in lower power stop mode).
Workaround: The application should ensure that no LIN transmission is running before it requests Stop
Mode by checking the Transmit Active and Receive Active status bits in the eSCI Interrupt Flag
and Status Register (eSCI_IFSR1[TACT] and eSCI_IFSR1[RACT]).
e1221: eSCI: LIN bit error indicated at start of transmission after LIN reset
Description: If the eSCI module is in LIN mode and is transmitting a LIN frame, and the application sets and
subsequently clears the LIN reset bit (LRES) in the LIN Control register 1 (ESCI_LCR1), the
next LIN frame transmission might incorrectly signal the occurrence of bit errors
(ESCI_IFSR1[BERR]) and frame error (ESCI_IFSR1[FE]), and the transmitted frame might be
incorrect.
Workaround: There is no generic work around. The implementation of a suitable workaround is highly
dependent on the application and a workaround may not be possible for all applications.
e1381: eSCI: LIN Wakeup flag set after aborted LIN frame transmission
Description: If the eSCI module is transmitting a LIN frame and the application sets and clears the LIN
Finite State Machine Resync bit in the LIN Control Register 1 (eSCI_LCR1[LRES]) to abort the
transmission, the LIN Wakeup Receive Flag in the LIN Status Register may be set
(LWAKE=1).
Workaround: If the application has triggered LIN Protocol Engine Reset via the eSCI_LCR1[LRES], it should
wait for the duration of a frame and clear the eSCI_IFSR2[LWAKE] flag before waiting for a
wakeup.
e7536: ESCI: Registers are writable in supervisor mode only
Description: Write access to all Enhanced Serial Communication Interface (ESCI) registers is restricted to
supervisor mode of the core performing the write.
Workaround: Ensure that the core which requires write access to ESCI registers is in supervisor mode.
e5642: ETPU2: Limitations of forced instructions executed via the debug interface
Description: The following limitations apply to forced instructions executed through the Nexus debug
interface on the Enhanced Time Processing Unit (ETPU):
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1- When a branch or dispatch call instruction with the pipeline flush enabled (field FLS=0) is
forced (through the debug port), the Return Address Register (RAR) is updated with the
current program counter (PC) value, instead of PC value + 1.
2- The Channel Interrupt and Data Transfer Requests (CIRC) instruction field is not
operational.
Workaround: Workaround for limitation #1 (branch or dispatch call instruction):
Increment the PC value stored in the RAR by executing a forced Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU)
instruction after the execution of the branch or dispatch call instruction.
Workaround for limitation #2 (CIRC):
To force an interrupt or DMA request from the debugger:
1- Program a Shared Code Memory (SCM) location with an instruction that issues the interrupt
and/or DMA request. Note: Save the original value at the SCM location.
2- Save the address of the next instruction to be executed.
3- Force a jump with flush to the instruction position.
4- Single-step the execution.
5- Restore the saved value to the SCM location (saved in step 1).
6- Force a jump with flush to the address of the next instruction to be executed (saved in step
2).
NOTE: This workaround cannot be executed when the eTPU is in HALT_IDLE state.
e6309: ETPU2: STAC bus timebase export to peripherals does not work if the ratio of
eTPU clock to peripheral clock is 2:1.
Description: The Shared Time Angle Counter (STAC) bus allows an Enhanced Time Processing Unit
(eTPU) to export its timebase or angle counters to another eTPU as well as to other
peripherals such as the Enhanced Modular Input/Output Subsystem (eMIOS) and Enhanced
Queued Analog-to-Digital Converter (eQADC). If the eTPU clock is configured to be twice the
frequency of those peripherals, the STAC bus will not be able to transfer timebase or angle
information from the eTPUs to the slower peripherals. The timebase/angle export between
eTPUs, however, is still operational in this configuration.
Workaround: Configure the eTPU clock to the same frequency as peripherals if timebase/angle export to
them is required.
e2740: ETPU2: Watchdog Status Register (WDSR) may fail to update on channel
timeout
Description: The Watchdog Status Register (WDSR) contains a single watchdog status bit for each of the
32 eTPU channels per engine. When this bit is set, it indicates that the corresponding channel
encountered a watchdog timeout and was aborted. Under certain conditions the corresponding
bit is not set due to a watchdog timeout, and therefore no indication is available as to which
channel timed out. However, the global exception is indicated correctly on a per engine basis,
and the correct exception is issued to the interrupt controller and may be serviced.
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Workaround: The application software should treat any watchdog event as a global eTPU exception and
handle it in the eTPU global exception handler. Additionally, during the global exception
handler the application should check the WDSR and clear any bits that may be set by writing
‘1’ to that bit.
e5640: ETPU2: Watchdog timeout may fail in busy length mode
Description: When the Enhanced Time Processing Unit (eTPU) watchdog is programmed for busy length
mode (eTPU Watchdog Timer Register (ETPU_WDTR) Watchdog Mode field (WDM) = 3), a
watchdog timeout will not be detected if all of the conditions below are met:
1- The watchdog timeout occurs at the time slot transition, at the first instruction of a thread, or
at the thread gap. (a thread gap is a 1 microcycle period between threads that service the
same channel).
2- The thread has only one instruction.
3- The eTPU goes idle right after the timed-out thread, or after consecutive single-instruction
threads.
Workaround: Insert a NOP instruction in threads which have only one instruction.
e8194: eTPU: EAC may detect double teeth in a single input transition
Description: The eTPU Enhanced Angle Counter (EAC) may detect two consecutive teeth in a single tooth
input transition, when the microengine Tooth Program Register (TPR) register bit HOLD=1.
As a consequence of the input transition, the EAC:
(1) resets HOLD, which is correct, then
(2) detects another tooth (incorrect), so that if it is in normal mode, it goes to high-rate mode,
and if it is in halt mode, it goes to normal mode.
No problem occurs if the EAC was in high-rate mode when HOLD=1.
The problem occurs only if both of these configuration conditions are true:
(a) EAC is configured with the eTPU Time Base Configuration Register (ETPU_TBCR_ENGx)
Angle Mode Selection (AM) field = 2 (channel 1) or AM = 3 (channel 2).
(b) Channel filter configuration with etpu Engine Control Register (ETPU_ECR_ENGx)
Channel Digital Filter Control (CDFC) field = 1 (bypass) or ETPU_ECR_ENGx Filter Clock
Source Selection (FCSS) field = 1 (eTPU clock as filter clock).
Workaround: Configure the channel filters to use any mode except bypass (ETPU_ECR_ENGx field CDFC !
= 0b01) and configure ETPU_ECR_ENGx field FCSS = 0. (CDFC should be set to 0b00, 0b10,
or 0b11.)
e8252: eTPU: ETPU Angle Counter (EAC) Tooth Program Register (TPR) register write
may fail
Description: When the TPR is written with the Insert Physical Tooth (IPH) bit set to 1, and a physical tooth
arrives at near the same time, the buffering of a second write to the TPR may fail, even if the
required wait for one microcycle after the IPH write is observed.
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Workaround: Wait at least two microcycles between consecutive writes to the TPR register, if the first write
sets the IPH bit.
e9090: eTPU: Incorrect eTPU angle counter function under certain conditions
Description: The eTPU Angle Counter (EAC) can function incorrectly in some scenarios when all of the
following conditions apply:
EAC Tooth Program Register (TPR), Angle Ticks Number in the Current Tooth field
(TICKS) = 0 [TPR.TICKS = 0]
and
Tick Rate Register (TRR) and the eTPU Engine Time Base Configuration Register
prescaler field [eTPU_TBR_TBCR_ENGn.TCRnP] satisfy the following condition:
(TRR – 1)*(TCRnP + 1) < 3, where TRR is the non-zero 15-bit integer part (the 15 most
significant bits).
When the above conditions are met, three possible scenarios can cause the EAC to function
incorrectly:
Scenario 1:
1. The EAC is in High Rate Mode, TRR = 1, and TPR Missing Tooth Counter field = 0
[TPR.MISSCNT = 0]
2. On an EAC transition from High Rate Mode to Normal mode, a positive value is written to
TPR.MISSCNT
3. The first microcycle in Normal Mode coincides with a tick timing and either
a. A tooth does not arrive
or
b. A tooth arrives
Expected EAC behavior:
a. Nothing happens
or
b. The EAC transitions back to High Rate Mode
Actual (incorrect) EAC behavior:
a. The EAC transitions to Halt Mode, even though TPR.MISSCNT > 0
or
b. The EAC stays in Normal Mode, even though a tooth arrived before expected and
TPR.MISSCNT > 0. The values of TPR.MISSCNT and TPR.LAST are reset, even though the
EAC does not transition to High Rate Mode.
Scenario 2:
TCRnP = 0, TRR = 1 (integer part) and a new value is written to TPR.MISSCNT when the EAC
transitions from High Rate Mode to Normal Mode. In this scenario, TPR.MISSCNT decrements
on every microcycle, but the time the EAC takes to transition to Halt Mode is determined by the
previous
TPR.MISSCNT value, so that one of the following unique situations is observed:
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a. TPR.MISSCNT reaches zero, but the EAC transitions to Halt Mode only after a number of
microcycles equal to the TPR.MISSCNT value before the write.
b. EAC transitions to Halt Mode with TPR.MISSCNT > 0 while, decrementing MISSCNT one
more time. If TPR.MISSCNT > 1 during the mode transition, the EAC will stay in Halt mode
with a non-zero value of TPR.MISSCNT.
Scenario 3:
1. The EAC transitions to Normal mode from High Rate or Halt Mode
2. The EAC enters Normal mode with TPR.LAST = 1
3. A tooth is received on the second or third microcycle after the EAC transitions to Normal
mode. The tooth may be either a physical tooth or a dummy physical tooth generated by
setting the Insert Physical Tooth (IPH) field of the TPR register (TPR.IPH = 1).
Observed result:
The EAC resets the values of TPR.LAST, TPR.IPH and the eTPU Engine Time Base2 (TCR2)
register, but the EAC goes to Halt mode.
If a new TPR.TICKS value is written with the EAC in Normal mode, the value is effective after
a new tooth is received in Halt mode, with TCR2 counting from 0.
Workaround: Limit the angle tick period to a minimum value that satisfies the condition (TRR – 1)* (TCRnP +
1) > 2, where TRR is the non-zero 15-bit integer part (the 15 most significant bits).
e2382: FLASH: Flash Array Integrity Check
Description: The Flash Array Integrity Check (AIC) which may be enabled during the flash user test (UTest)
mode does not return the expected UMn[MISR] values for some flash PFCRPn[RWSC] read
wait state configurations. For PFCRPn[RWSC] values of 3-6, the UMn[MISR] signature
computation during AIC does not include the data read from the very last address in the
selected address sequence and thus the UMn[MISR] value is not as expected. For
PFCRPn[RWSC] values of 7, the UMn[MISR] signature computation during AIC will not be
correct as well.
Workaround: The Flash Array Integrity Check is correct for PFCRPn[RWSC] values of 0-2. For
PFCRPn[RWSC] values of 3-6, the expected UMn[MISR] values will not include the data read
from the very last address and thus the value expected should be for the data read up to the
2nd-last address in the selected address sequence. For a PFCRPn[RWSC] value of 7, the
Array Integrity Check should not be used at all.
e1312: FLASH: MCR[DONE] bit may be set before high voltage operation completes
when executing a suspend sequence
Description: The program and erase sequence of the flash may be suspended to allow read and program
access to the flash core. An suspend operation is initiated by setting the Erase Suspend
(ESUS) bit or Program Suspend (PSUS) bit in the flash Module Configuration Register (MCR).
Setting a suspend bit causes the flash module to start the sequence which places it in the
suspended state. The user must then wait until the MCR[DONE] bit is set before a read or
program to the flash is initiated, as the high voltage operation needs to be complete to avoid
errors.
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However, during normal read to the same partition, following a suspend sequence, (setting
MCR bit and waiting for MCR[DONE] bit to be set) can result in read fails that will return
multiple bit ECC errors. The error is due to the MCR[DONE] bit being set before the internal
high voltage operation is complete.
Workaround: Because the MCR[DONE] flag can be set too soon, a delay needs to be inserted between
setting the MCR[ESUS] or MCR[PSUS] and reading the same flash partition. The minimum
duration of the delay should be 40us to guarantee correct operation. The Freescale flash
programming driver includes this workaround.
e3659: FLASH: Resuming after a suspend during an Erase may prevent the erase from
completing.
Description: If an erase suspend (including the flash put into sleep or disabled mode) is done on any block
in the low Address Space (LAS) or the Mid-Address Space (MAS) except the 16 KB blocks, or
if a suspend is done with multiple non-adjacent blocks (including the High Address Space
[HAS]), the flash state machine may not set the FLASH_MCR[DONE] bit in the flash Module
Control Register. This condition only occurs if the suspend occurs during certain internal flash
erase operations. The likelihood of an issue occurring is reduced by limiting the frequency of
suspending the erase operation.
Workaround: If the suspend feature (including disable and sleep modes) of the flash is used, then software
should ensure that if the maximum time allowed for an erase operation occurs without a valid
completion flag from the flash (FLASH_MCR[DONE] = 1), the software should abort the erase
operation (by first clearing the Enable High Voltage (FLASH_MCR[EHV] ) bit, then clearing the
Erase read/Write bit (FLASH_MCR[ERS] bit) and the erase operation should be restarted.
Note: The cycle count of the sector is increased by this abort and restart operation.
e7322: FlexCAN: Bus Off Interrupt bit is erroneously asserted when soft reset is
performed while FlexCAN is in Bus Off state
Description: Under normal operation, when FlexCAN enters in Bus Off state, a Bus Off Interrupt is issued to
the CPU if the Bus Off Mask bit (CTRL[BOFF_MSK]) in the Control Register is set. In
consequence, the CPU services the interrupt and clears the ESR[BOFF_INT] flag in the Error
and Status Register to turn off the Bus Off Interrupt.
In continuation, if the CPU performs a soft reset after servicing the bus off interrupt request, by
either requesting a global soft reset or by asserting the MCR[SOFT_RST] bit in the Module
Configuration Register, once MCR[SOFT_RST] bit transitions from 1 to 0 to acknowledge the
soft reset completion, the ESR[BOFF_INT] flag (and therefore the Bus Off Interrupt) is re-
asserted.
The defect under consideration is the erroneous value of Bus Off flag after soft reset under the
scenario described in the previous paragraph.
The Fault Confinement State (ESR[FLT_CONF] bit field in the Error and Status Register)
changes from 0b11 to 0b00 by the soft reset, but gets back to 0b11 again for a short period,
resuming after certain time to the expected Error Active state (0b00). However, this late correct
state does not reflect the correct ESR[BOFF_INT] flag which stays in a wrong value and in
consequence may trigger a new interrupt service.
Workaround: To prevent the occurrence of the erroneous Bus Off flag (and eventual Bus Off Interrupt) the
following soft reset procedure must be used:
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1. Clear CTRL[BOFF_MSK] bit in the Control Register (optional step in case the Bus Off
Interrupt is enabled).
2. Set MCR[SOFT_RST] bit in the Module Configuration Register.
3. Poll MCR[SOFT_RST] bit in the Module Configuration Register until this bit is cleared.
4. Wait for 4 peripheral clocks.
5. Poll ESR[FLTCONF] bit in the Error and Status Register until this field is equal to 0b00.
6. Write “1” to clear the ESR[BOFF_INT] bit in the Error and Status Register.
7. Set CTRL[BOFF_MSK] bit in the Control Register (optional step in case the Bus Off
Interrupt is enabled).
e3407: FlexCAN: CAN Transmitter Stall in case of no Remote Frame in response to Tx
packet with RTR=1
Description: FlexCAN does not transmit an expected message when the same node detects an incoming
Remote Request message asking for any remote answer.
The issue happens when two specific conditions occur:
1) The Message Buffer (MB) configured for remote answer (with code “a”) is the last MB. The
last MB is specified by Maximum MB field in the Module Configuration Register
(MCR[MAXMB] ).
2) The incoming Remote Request message does not match its ID against the last MB ID.
While an incoming Remote Request message is being received, the FlexCAN also scans the
transmit (Tx) MBs to select the one with the higher priority for the next bus arbitration. It is
expected that by the Intermission field it ends up with a selected candidate (winner). The
coincidence of conditions (1) and (2) above creates an internal corner case that cancels the Tx
winner and therefore no message will be selected for transmission in the next frame. This
gives the appearance that the FlexCAN transmitter is stalled or “stops transmitting”.
The problem can be detectable only if the message traffic ceases and the CAN bus enters into
Idle state after the described sequence of events.
There is NO ISSUE if any of the conditions below holds:
a) The incoming message matches the remote answer MB with code “a”.
b) The MB configured as remote answer with code “a” is not the last one.
c) Any MB (despite of being Tx or Rx) is reconfigured (by writing its CS field) just after the
Intermission field.
d) A new incoming message sent by any external node starts just after the Intermission field.
Workaround: Do not configure the last MB as a Remote Answer (with code “a”).
e2424: FlexCAN: switching CAN protocol interface (CPI) to system clock has very
small chance of causing the CPI to enter an indeterminate state
Description: The reset value for the clock source of the CAN protocol interface (CPI) is the oscillator clock.
If the CPI clock source is switched to the system clock while the FlexCAN is not in freeze
mode, then the CPI has a very small chance of entering an indeterminate state.
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Workaround: Switch the clock source while the FlexCAN is in a halted state by setting HALT bit in the
FlexCAN Module Configuration Register (CANx_MCR[HALT]=1). If the write to the CAN
Control Register to change the clock source (CANx_CR[CLK_SRC]=1) is done in the same
oscillator clock period as the write to CANx_MCR[HALT], then chance of the CPI entering an
indeterminate state is extremely small. If those writes are done on different oscillator clock
periods, then the corruption is impossible. Even if the writes happen back-to-back, as long as
the system clock to oscillator clock frequency ratio is less than three, then the writes will
happen on different oscillator clock periods.
e1364: FlexRay : Message Buffer Slot Status corrupted after system memory access
timeout or illegal address access
Description: If the system memory read access that retrieves the first message buffer header data from a
FlexRay transmit buffer fails due to a system memory access timeout or illegal address
access, it is possible that the slot status information for the previous slot is written into the
currently used transmit message buffer. In this case, the slot status information is not written
into the message buffer assigned to the last slot.
Thus, both the message buffer assigned to the last slot, and the currently used transmit
message buffer contain incorrect slot status information.
However, if this occurs, either the System Bus Communication Failure Error Flag (SBCF_EF)
or the Illegal System Bus Address Error Flag (ILSA_EF) will be set in the Controller Host
Interface Error Flag Register (CHIERFR).
Workaround: The FlexRay module and the system memory subsystem should be configured to avoid the
occurrence of system memory access timeouts and illegal address accesses.
In case that one of the error flags CHIERFR[SBCF_EF] or CHIERFR[ILSA_EF] is set, the
application should not use the slot status information of the message buffers.
e1369: FlexRay : Message Buffer Status, Slot Status, and Data not updated after
system memory access timeout or illegal address access
Description: If a message buffer is assigned to the last slot in a FlexyRay communication cycle and a
system memory access timeout or illegal address access occurs during the system memory
access in this slot, it is possible that for all future communication 1) no slot status information
will be written, 2) the message buffer status will not be updated, and 3) no message frames will
be received. If this happens, several message buffers can never be locked by the application.
However, if this occurs, either the System Bus Communication Failure Error Flag (SBCF_EF)
or the Illegal System Bus Address Error Flag (ILSA_EF) will be set in the Controller Host
Interface Error Flag Register (CHIERFR).
Workaround: The FlexRay module and the system memory subsystem should be configured to avoid the
occurrence of system memory access timeouts and illegal address accesses.
In case that one of the error flags CHIERFR[SBCF_EF] or CHIERFR[ILSA_EF] is set, the
application should stop the FlexRay controller via a FREEZE or HALT command and
subsequently restart the controller.
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e2302: FlexRay: Message Buffer can not be disabled and not locked after CHI
command FREEZE
Description: If a complete message was transmitted from a transmit message buffer or received into a
message buffer and the controller host interface (CHI) command FREEZE is issued by the
application before the end of the current slot, then this message buffer can not be disabled and
locked until the module has entered the protocol state normal active.
Consequently, this message buffer can not be disabled and locked by the application in the
protocol config state, which prevents the application from clearing the commit bit CMT and the
module from clearing the status bits. The configuration bits in the Message Buffer
Configuration, Control, Status Registers (MBCCSRn) and the message buffer configuration
registers MBCCFRn, MBFIDRn, and MBIDXRn are not affected.
At most one message buffer per channel is affected.
Workaround: There are two types of workaround.
1) The application should not send the CHI command FREEZE and use the CHI command
HALT instead.
2) Before sending the CHI command FREEZE the application should repeatedly try to disable
all message buffers until all message buffers are disabled. This maximum duration of this task
is three static or three dynamic slots.
e6726: NPC: MCKO clock may be gated one clock period early when MCKO frequency
is programmed as SYS_CLK/8.and gating is enabled
Description: The Nexus auxiliary message clock (MCKO) may be gated one clock period early when the
MCKO frequency is programmed as SYS_CLK/8 in the Nexus Port Controller Port
Configuration Register (NPC_PCR[MCKO_DIV]=111) and the MCKO gating function is
enabled (NPC_PCR[MCKO_GT]=1). In this case, the last MCKO received by the tool prior to
the gating will correspond to the END_MESSAGE state. The tool will not receive an MCKO to
indicate the transition to the IDLE state, even though the NPC will transition to the IDLE state
internally. Upon re-enabling of MCKO, the first MCKO edge will drive the Message Start/End
Output (MSEO=11) and move the tool’s state to IDLE.
Workaround: Expect to receive the MCKO edge corresponding to the IDLE state upon re-enabling of MCKO
after MCKO has been gated.
e3553: NXFR: Flexray databus translates into unexpected data format on the Nexus
interface
Description: The data format for Nexus Flexray messages is in little-endian (least significant byte first)
order. This is not currently documented and may be unexpected for users of Power
Architecture devices.
For example, in the case of a Flexray System Memory write within the address space
determined by Data Trace Start and Data Trace End Addresses (DTSAx/DTEAx) with the data:
0x1122, the Flexray Nexus interface generates Data Trace Messages (DTM) containing the
data: 0x2211.
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Workaround: The user must be aware of the data format. This will be documented in a future release of the
device reference manual.
e1279: NZ7C3:Core Nexus Read/Write Access registers cleared by system reset
Description: The e200z7 Nexus Read/Write Access registers are cleared when system reset is asserted.
This affects the Read/Write Access Data register (RWD), the Read/Write Access Address
register (RWA), and the Read/write Access Control/Status register (RWCS).
Workaround: Do not expect RWD, RWCS, and RWA to retain values after reset. After reset reload any
values required for a transfer.
e7120: NZxC3: DQTAG implemented as variable length field in DQM message
Description: The e200zx core implements the Data Tag (DQTAG) field of the Nexus Data Acquisition
Message (DQM) as a variable length packet instead of an 8-bit fixed length packet. This may
result in an extra clock (“beat”) in the DQM trace message depending on the Nexus port width
selected for the device.
Workaround: Tools should decode the DQTAG field as a variable length packet instead of a fixed length
packet.
e3377: Pad Ring:Nexus pins may drive an unknown value immediately after power up
but before the 1st clock edge
Description: The Nexus Output pins (Message Data outputs 0:15 [MDO] and Message Start/End outputs
0:1 [MSEO]) may drive an unknown value (high or low) immediately after power up but before
the 1st clock edge propagates through the device (instead of being weakly pulled low). This
may cause high currents if the pins are tied directly to a supply/ground or any low resistance
driver (when used as a general purpose input [GPI] in the application).
Workaround: 1. Do not tie the Nexus output pins directly to ground or a power supply.
2. If these pins are used as GPI, limit the current to the ability of the regulator supply to
guarantee correct start up of the power supply. Each pin may draw upwards of 150mA.
If not used, the pins may be left unconnected.
e9109: PAD_RING: Output pulse may occur on analog inputs during power on reset
Description: If the 1.2V core supply voltage (VDD) power supply is the last power supply to ramp into
operating voltage (after the Analog to Digital [ADC] converter [VDDA] and other supplies
[VDDEn, VDDEHn] are powered) or is the first supply to go out of the operating specified
voltage, it is possible that an output pulse will occur on an analog pin (ANx) of the device. This
pulse could be a maximum of 3.8 volts (unloaded). If the ANx pin is grounded, a current of up
to 2 mA could be seen on the ANx pin.
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This pulse could occur on up to 2 pins per enhanced Queued Analog to Digital Converter
(eQADC) or 2 pairs of differential analog inputs. The pulse occurs if one of the ADC channels
is selected to be connected to one of the two ADCs (ADC_0 or ADC_1) in the eQADC.
The two ANx pins selected could be random over the complete specified device processing,
temperature and voltage ranges, and VDD voltage ramp speed. The same channel could be
selected to both ADCs for a total current of 4 mA (unloaded voltage remains a maximum of
3.8V).
On devices with ANx channels shared between multiple eQADC modules (currently, the
maximum number of eQADC modules on a device is 2), it is theoretically possible for a
channel to be selected to all ADC’s (up to 4) on the device for a total current of 8 mA.
The pulse may start (rising edge) when VDD reaches 700 mv and go to a high impedance
when VDD reaches 1.166 volts. The pulse width could be the time that VDD ramps between
these voltages.
Workaround: Design circuitry connected to the analog pins to withstand a possibility of up to 4 mA (or 8 mA
for shared analog pins) during power up and power down.
e2696: PBRIDGE: Write buffer may cause overflow/underflow of DMA transfers
Description: Peripheral-paced DMA transfers are controlled by a hardware handshake protocol: when the
peripheral requires a data transfer, it asserts a request to the DMA. The DMA recognizes the
request, activates the corresponding channel and performs the data transfer, reading from the
source and writing to the destination. As the write is being processed, the DMA sends an
acknowledge back to the peripheral so it can negate its request.
If buffered writes are enabled in the PBRIDGE, there are certain conditions where the DMA’s
acknowledge is asserted before the actual write operation to the peripheral has occurred. The
net effect is the DMA request is not negated properly, causing the DMA to reactivate the
channel, overwriting the last transferred data value before it is transferred to the peripheral.
Workaround: Do not enable buffered writes for the eDMA in the Peripheral Bridge Master Privilege Control
registers (PBRIDGE_A_MPCR and PBRIDGE_B_MPCR), by leaving the MBW4 (eDMA A
master) and MBW5 (eDMA B master) bits cleared. This is the default state of these bits, which
disables buffered writes to the peripherals from both eDMA masters.
e2996: PIT_RTI: RTI timer corruption when debugging
Description: In rare cases, due to a synchronization issue, the Real-Time Interrupt (RTI) timer value may
become corrupted when a breakpoint occurs and the freeze bit is set to pause the timers in
debug mode (PIT_RTI_MCR[FRZ]=0b1).
None of the other timers in the PIT_RTI module are affected. During normal operation (without
debugger attached) there is no impact to the application.
Workaround: When debugging code utilizing the RTI, do not depend on the value of the RTI timer being
correct.
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e2322: PMC: LVREH/LVREA/LVRE50 may exit LVI triggered reset with LVI condition
still existing
Description: After asserting the Low Voltage Reset Enables PMC_CFGR[LVREH], PMC_CFGR[LVREA],
PMC_CFGR[LVRE50] bits in the PMC, if the voltage ramps down below the LVI voltage on
VDDEHx, VDDA or VDDREG respectively, the part will go to a short power on reset (POR).
After the reset counter has expired, the device will go into normal operation, even though one
or more of the affected supplies may still be below the specified LVI voltage.
Workaround: The part will recover into normal operation, however software should check the status of the
LVIs for those segments that are required for further operation.
e1419: SIU: Reverting ENGCLK source to the system clock has a very small chance of
causing the ENGCLK generator to enter an indeterminate state
Description: The reset value for the Engineering Clock (ENGCLK) source is the system clock. If the clock
source is switched to the external clock (buffered crystal frequency or external clock input) by
setting Engineering Clock Source Select bit in the External Clock Control Register
(SIU_ECCR[ECSS]=1) and then reverted to the system clock, then the ENGCLK generator
has a very small chance of entering an indeterminate state.
Workaround: Do not change the ENGCLK source back to the System clock after changing it to the external
clock.
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