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ADM1028 (sensor)
Added by ALMICO on 19 jul 2002
The ADM1028 is a low-cost temperature monitor and fan controller for microprocessor-based systems. The temperature of a remote sensor diode may be measured, allowing monitoring of processor temperature in single processor systems. An on-chip temperature sensor monitors ambient system temperature. Measured values can be read out via the System Management Bus, and values for limit comparisons can be programmed in over the same serial bus. The ADM1028 also contains a DAC for fan speed control. An automatic hardware temperature trip point is provided and the fan will be driven to full speed if it is exceeded. Finally, the chip has remote reset and power-down functionality, allowing it to be remotely shut down via the SMBus. The ADM1028's 3.0 V to 5.5 V supply voltage range, low supply current, and SMBus make it ideal for a wide range of applications. These include hardware monitoring applications in PCs, electronic test equipment, and office electronics.

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Power 7 3
Reliability 7 3
Ease of use 7 3
Features 7 3

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Features 16 mar 2014 3 FLYBOY2 Only 1-2 of the features even work with my system
Ease of use 16 mar 2014 5 FLYBOY2
Reliability 16 mar 2014 5 FLYBOY2
Power 16 mar 2014 5 FLYBOY2
Features 01 mar 2014 10 LUKAS29UK
Ease of use 01 mar 2014 9 LUKAS29UK
Reliability 01 mar 2014 9 LUKAS29UK
Power 01 mar 2014 9 LUKAS29UK
Features 04 apr 2011 7 JACK001
Ease of use 04 apr 2011 6 JACK001
Reliability 04 apr 2011 7 JACK001
Power 04 apr 2011 6 JACK001


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