AMC6821 Evaluation Module AMC6821EVM (ACTIVE)

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Description

The AMC6821EVM features the AMC6821 Analog Monitoring and Control Circuit device. The AMC6821EVM is a simple evaluation module designed to evaluate the functionality of the this AMC device. The AMC6821 supports the SMBus as its standard serial communication interface data rates of up to 100 kHz per second are possible. The EVM allows the user full control and monitoring of any cooling fans available in the market place when used with the LabView software evaluation tool.

Features
  • J4 on the EVM can be used to access the AMC6821 device through a custom built cable
  • The EVM includes three LED alarm indicators to visually show the user what external temperature conditions exist
  • Power resistor R25 is used to sense external remote temperature and control temperatue using an N-channel FET
  • Header J5 allows the use of 5 V or 12 V as well as 3 wire or 4 wire cooling fans

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AMC6821 Evaluation Module

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User guides (1)
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PDF 3404 23 Feb 2009
More literature (1)
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PDF 38 02 Jan 2019

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
AMC6821  1 remote and local temp sensor with automatic fan speed control and fault detection  Temperature sensors 

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