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Nokia 616 Service Manual: Description Of The Powerstates

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Protection mode
The UEM has two separate protection limits for over temperature conditions, one for the
charging switch and one for the regulators. The temperature circuitry measures the on-
chip temperature. In case of charging over temperature, the circuit turns the charging
switch off. In case of over temperature in any of the regulators, the UEM powers off.

Description of the Powerstates

Within TFE-4/RV-1 the powerup/powerdown is solved in the following way:
Standby
mode
Phoneengine
sets
POWEROFFX
low
Ignition-off
Mode
Figure 3: Powerstates of the TFE-4/RV-1 Radio unit
Standby Mode
When the car is inactive (ignition is switched off), TFE-4/RV-1 shall be in Standby mode.
In this mode TFE-4/RV-1 is not operating. This mode is characterized by very low power
consumption (less than 1mA). This state will be reached when TFE-4/RV-1 is connected
to the car battery the first time.
Active Mode
In the active mode, the engine-power supply is on and the poweronx line is toggled by
the poweronx generator. Here the phone is generally full active from Power supply point-
of-view. After a short time (determined by Software) the UPP sets the B2BPOWEROFFX
line high and this initiates the transition to Active-Locked mode. In case that the ignition
signal is going to low before that, a direct transition to the sleep mode will happen and
the phone engine will be powered off immediately.
Issue 2.0 Mar/2005
Company Confidential
IGNITION high
Carbattery
valid
Carbattery
fails
Carbatt-Fail
Mode
Carbattery
fails
Ignition
off
Ignition on
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Company Confidential
TF4 Technical Information
Active
Ignition off
Mode
Carbattery
fails
Carbattery
fails
Active-Locked
Mode
TFE-4/RV-1
B2BPOWEROFFX
set high
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