joerg at openmoko.org
Sat Aug 30 17:29:56 CEST 2008
Am Fr 29. August 2008 schrieb Andy Green:
> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> | On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 12:29:22AM +0800, matt_hsu wrote:
> |> Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
> |>> Am Mittwoch 27 August 2008 17:43:45 schrieb Andy Green:
> |>>> What I did was change the timer used in the resource for fiq on 2.6.27
> |>>> and it seemed to be OK then. We don't use the PWM for LEDs due to
> |> IIRC, we don't use PWM to drive LED due to suspend/resume. Since PWM
> |> logic becomes odd after resuming.
> |> In consequence, LEDs can't be blinking anymore after resuming. I sent
> |> the patch to fix the PWM issue.
> |> It should be worked if we use PWM for LEDs
> | please also consider PWM for the vibrator. the vibrator is not
> vibrating as
> | strong in GTA02 than it did in GTA01. This is probably due to the
> fact that it
> | now runs on Vbatt rather than IO_3V3 (i thought it is just not good to
> run a
> | high-current consumer like an electrical motor off a digital power lane).
> | However, the higher voltage (it is within spec of the vibrator) seems
> to make the
> | vibration less powerful. I suspect it is moving too fast to resonate.
> | Having PWM on the vibrator would allow us to try to optimize the
> optimum RPM
> | for maximum vibration.
> We should have "PWM" on there Harald by FIQ, it should be similar
> functionality as hardware PWM.
> It should respond to
> as usual.
Seems like best performance is around 150 for brightness. Though difference
isn't THAT remarkable.
I agree, I also think it's a bad idea to run this motor off IO_3V3. Don't see
any problem on vibrator nonfunctional when powered externally with no
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