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Subject[PATCH v6 0/6] add support for AXP20X and AXP22X battery power supply driver
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This is a series for AXP20X and AXP22X battery power supply without the
support for changing constant charge current from the DT. The patches for
supporting the constant charge current from DT are ready and will be sent
once the battery framework required to make this work has been merged.

v6:
- removed mention to fixed battery in DT-binding documentation,

Quote from v4 cover letter:

The X-Powers AXP20X and AXP22X PMICs have multiple ADCs. They expose
information and data of the various power supplies they support such as
ACIN, battery and VBUS. For example, they expose the current battery
voltage, charge or discharge, as well as ACIN and VBUS current voltages
and currents, internal PMIC temperature and ADC on 2 different GPIOs
when in the right mode (for the AXP209 only).

The ACIN power supply driver is added by this patch. The AXP20X and
AXP22X can both read the status and the "usability" of the power supply
but only the AXP209 will be able to tell the current current and voltage
of the power supply by reading ADC channels. It is simply not supported
by the AXP22X PMICs.

The battery power supply driver is also added by this patch. The AXP20X
and AXP22X share most of their behaviour but have slight variations. The
allowed target voltages for battery charging are not the same, the
AXP22X PMIC are able to tell if the battery percentage computed by the
PMIC is trustworthy and they have different formulas for computing max
current for battery power supply. The driver is able to give the current
voltage and current of the battery (be it charging or discharging), the
maximal and minimal voltage and maximal current allowed for the battery,
whether the battery is present and usable and its capacity. It will get
the battery current current and voltage by reading the ADC channels. The
PMIC allows maximal voltages (4.36V for AXP20X and 4.22V and 4.24V for
AXP22X) that should not be used with Lithium-based batteries and since
this PMIC is supposed to be used with Lithium-based batteries, they have
been disabled. The values returned by the ADC driver are multipled by
1000 to scale from the mV returned by the ADC to the uV expected by the
power supply framework.

This series of patch adds DT bindings for ACIN power supply, ADC and
battery power supply drivers for AXP20X and AXP22X PMICs and their
documentation. It also enables the supported power supplies for the
Nextthing Co. CHIP and Sinlinx SinA33 boards.

The different drivers are also added to the MFD cells of the AXP20X and
AXP22X cells and the writeable and volatile regs updated to work with
the newly added drivers.

This series of patch is based on a previous upstreaming attempt done by
Bruno Prémont few months ago. It differs in three points: the ADC
driver does not tell the battery temperature (TS_IN) as I do not have a
board to test it with, it does not tell the instantaneous battery power
as it returns crazy values for me and finally no support for OCV curves
for the battery.

You can test these patches from this repo and branch:
https://github.com/QSchulz/linux/tree/axp2xx_adc_batt_ac_v4

v4:
- added the ability to set maximum constant charge current from sysfs,
- added a warning when setting a higher than current maximum constant charge
current,
- set default to minimum possible value for current and maximum constant charge
current when no battery DT is present or invalid battery DT,
- fixed a forgotten custom formula to compute maximum constant charge current
for AXP22X,
- automatically lower the current constant charge current when it is higher
than the maximum constant charge current about to be set,

v3:
- Removed DT property for constant charge current in favor of the WIP
battery framework as requested by Sebastian Reichel,
- Using a simple if condition instead of a switch in the ADC driver,
- Fixed error handling in ADC driver's probe,
- Fixed missing call to iio_map_array_unregister in the ADC driver's
remove,
- Removed ADC driver's DT node and documentation,
- Merged IIO channel mapping patches into the original ADC driver
patch,
- Removed `adding V-OFF to writeable reg' patch as it's already in
writeable reg range,

v2:
- Some registers' name have been changed to better reflect their
purpose,
- Make VBUS power supply driver use IIO channels when AXP ADC driver is
enabled, but fall back on previous behavior when disabled. This is made
to avoid the ADC driver overwritting registers for VBUS power supply
ADC when removed,
- Removed useless adding of data registers to volatile registers,
- Reordered IIO channels, now grouped by same part of the PMIC (e.g.
voltage and current of the battery have the same index in different
IIO types),
- Added structures for specific data instead of matching on IDs,
- Switched from DT IIO channels mapping to iio_map structures IIO
channels mapping,

Quentin

Quentin Schulz (6):
dt-bindings: power: supply: add AXP20X/AXP22X battery DT binding
power: supply: add battery driver for AXP20X and AXP22X PMICs
ARM: dtsi: axp209: add battery power supply subnode
ARM: dtsi: axp22x: add battery power supply subnode
ARM: dts: sun8i: sina33: enable battery power supply subnode
ARM: sun5i: chip: enable battery power supply subnode

.../bindings/power/supply/axp20x_battery.txt | 20 +
arch/arm/boot/dts/axp209.dtsi | 5 +
arch/arm/boot/dts/axp22x.dtsi | 5 +
arch/arm/boot/dts/sun5i-r8-chip.dts | 4 +
arch/arm/boot/dts/sun8i-a33-sinlinx-sina33.dts | 4 +
drivers/power/supply/Kconfig | 12 +
drivers/power/supply/Makefile | 1 +
drivers/power/supply/axp20x_battery.c | 502 +++++++++++++++++++++
8 files changed, 553 insertions(+)
create mode 100644 Documentation/devicetree/bindings/power/supply/axp20x_battery.txt
create mode 100644 drivers/power/supply/axp20x_battery.c

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