Yes, the VIM2 designed with a onboard MCU to manage the power, and we develope KBI to do the configuration.
I’m not quite sure that your question is VIM2 or vTV:
Maker sure that you the vTV board need a independently power supply.
VIM2 already set as auto boot when plug-in the DC, if you device not, can you check again over the command below:
kvim2# kbi trigger dcin r
You can follow the documents below for the KBI details:
The KBI is an abbreviation for Khadas Bootloader Instructions, which is developed based on the following purposes:
Manage the programable MCU
Do the low level hardware management
Let developers rock all the features of Khadas VIM2
The document describes how to setup, configure and use the KBI. As the KBI is one of the
U-Boot commands, so to get start you have to setup the Serial Debugging Tool first.
To continue the reading, make sure you have boot into the U-Boot:
normal power off