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Local sensor accuracy (max) 2 Type Fan Controller Operating temperature range (°C) -40 to 125 Supply voltage (min) (V) 3 Interface type I2C, SMBus Supply voltage (max) (V) 5.5 Features ALERT, Tachometer Supply current (max) (µA) 580 Temp resolution (max) (Bits) 12 Remote channels (#) 0 Addresses 8 Rating Catalog
Local sensor accuracy (max) 2 Type Fan Controller Operating temperature range (°C) -40 to 125 Supply voltage (min) (V) 3 Interface type I2C, SMBus Supply voltage (max) (V) 5.5 Features ALERT, Tachometer Supply current (max) (µA) 580 Temp resolution (max) (Bits) 12 Remote channels (#) 0 Addresses 8 Rating Catalog
TSSOP (PW) 24 49.92 mm² 7.8 x 6.4
  • Local Temperature Sensing
  • 7 Positive Voltage Inputs with 10-bit Resolution
  • 2 Programmable Fan Speed Monitoring Inputs
  • 2.5 mV LSb and 2.56V Input Range
  • Chassis Intrusion Detector Input
  • WATCHDOG Comparison of All Monitored Values
  • Separate Input to Show Status in Interrupt Status Register of Additional External Temperature Sensors Such as the LM26/27, LM56/57, LM73, or LM75
  • I2C Serial Bus Interface Compatibility, Supports Standard Mode, 100 kbits/s, and Fast Mode, 400 kbits/s
  • Shutdown Mode to Minimize Power Consumption
  • Programmable RST_OUT/OS Pin: RST_OUT Provides a Reset Output; OS Provides an Interrupt Output Activated by an Overtemperature Shutdown Event
  • Software and Pin Compatible with the LM80

Key Specifications

  • Total Unadjusted Error ±1 %FS (Max)
  • Differential Non-Linearity ±1 Lsb (Max)
  • Supply Voltage Range +3.0 V to +5.5 V
  • Supply Current (Operating) 0.370 mA Typ
  • Supply Current (Shutdown) 0.330 mA Typ
  • ADC Resolution 10 Bits
  • Temperature Resolution 0.5°C/0.0625°C
  • Temperature Accuracy ±3°C (Max)

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  • Local Temperature Sensing
  • 7 Positive Voltage Inputs with 10-bit Resolution
  • 2 Programmable Fan Speed Monitoring Inputs
  • 2.5 mV LSb and 2.56V Input Range
  • Chassis Intrusion Detector Input
  • WATCHDOG Comparison of All Monitored Values
  • Separate Input to Show Status in Interrupt Status Register of Additional External Temperature Sensors Such as the LM26/27, LM56/57, LM73, or LM75
  • I2C Serial Bus Interface Compatibility, Supports Standard Mode, 100 kbits/s, and Fast Mode, 400 kbits/s
  • Shutdown Mode to Minimize Power Consumption
  • Programmable RST_OUT/OS Pin: RST_OUT Provides a Reset Output; OS Provides an Interrupt Output Activated by an Overtemperature Shutdown Event
  • Software and Pin Compatible with the LM80

Key Specifications

  • Total Unadjusted Error ±1 %FS (Max)
  • Differential Non-Linearity ±1 Lsb (Max)
  • Supply Voltage Range +3.0 V to +5.5 V
  • Supply Current (Operating) 0.370 mA Typ
  • Supply Current (Shutdown) 0.330 mA Typ
  • ADC Resolution 10 Bits
  • Temperature Resolution 0.5°C/0.0625°C
  • Temperature Accuracy ±3°C (Max)

All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

LM96080, compatible to LM80, is a hardware monitor that contains a 10-bit delta-sigma ADC capable of measuring 7 positive voltages and local temperature. The LM96080 also measures the speed of two fans and includes other hardware monitoring on an I2C® interface. The LM96080 includes a sequencer that performs WATCHDOG window comparisons of all measured values and its interrupt outputs become active when any values exceed the programmed limits.

The LM96080 is especially suited to interface to both linear and digital temperature sensors. The 2.5 mV LSb (least significant bit) and 2.56 volt input range is ideal for accepting inputs from a linear sensor such as the LM94022. The BTI is used as an input from either digital or thermostat sensors such as LM73, LM75, LM56, LM57, LM26, LM27, LM26LV, or other LM96080.

The LM96080 supports Standard Mode (Sm, 100 kbits/s) and Fast Mode (Fm, 400 kbits/s) I2C interface modes of operation. LM96080 includes an analog filter on the I2C digital control lines that allows improved noise immunity and supports TIMEOUT reset function on SDA and SCL that prevents I2C bus lockup. Three I2C device address pins allow up to 8 parts on a single bus.

The LM96080's 3.0V to 5.5V supply voltage range, low supply current, and I2C interface make it ideal for a wide range of applications. Operation is ensured over the temperature range of (−40)°C ≤ TA ≤ +125°C. The LM96080 is available in a 24-pin TSSOP package.

LM96080, compatible to LM80, is a hardware monitor that contains a 10-bit delta-sigma ADC capable of measuring 7 positive voltages and local temperature. The LM96080 also measures the speed of two fans and includes other hardware monitoring on an I2C® interface. The LM96080 includes a sequencer that performs WATCHDOG window comparisons of all measured values and its interrupt outputs become active when any values exceed the programmed limits.

The LM96080 is especially suited to interface to both linear and digital temperature sensors. The 2.5 mV LSb (least significant bit) and 2.56 volt input range is ideal for accepting inputs from a linear sensor such as the LM94022. The BTI is used as an input from either digital or thermostat sensors such as LM73, LM75, LM56, LM57, LM26, LM27, LM26LV, or other LM96080.

The LM96080 supports Standard Mode (Sm, 100 kbits/s) and Fast Mode (Fm, 400 kbits/s) I2C interface modes of operation. LM96080 includes an analog filter on the I2C digital control lines that allows improved noise immunity and supports TIMEOUT reset function on SDA and SCL that prevents I2C bus lockup. Three I2C device address pins allow up to 8 parts on a single bus.

The LM96080's 3.0V to 5.5V supply voltage range, low supply current, and I2C interface make it ideal for a wide range of applications. Operation is ensured over the temperature range of (−40)°C ≤ TA ≤ +125°C. The LM96080 is available in a 24-pin TSSOP package.

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* Data sheet LM96080 System Hardware Monitor with 2-Wire Serial Interface datasheet (Rev. D) 22 Mar 2013
Application note Applying I2C-Compatible Temperature Sensors in Systems With Slow Clock Edges (Rev. A) 06 May 2013

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Driver or library

LM80SW-LINUX — Linux Driver for LM80

The Linux driver supports the LM80 series of System Hardware Monitors. The Linux driver supports communication through the I2C bus and interfaces with the Hardware Monitoring sub-system.
Linux Mainline Status

Available in Linux Main line: Yes
Available through git.ti.com: N/A

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DIGITALTEMPSENSORSEVM-SW Eval Board Software for Hardware Monitors and Digital Temp Sensors

Evaluation Board Software for Hardware Monitors and Digital Temperature Sensors
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Products
Digital temperature sensors
LM63 1 remote and local temperature sensor with fan control LM64 1 remote and local temp sensor with fan control and 5 GPIO's LM71 ±1.5°C Temperature Sensor with SPI Interface LM71-Q1 Automotive Grade, ±1.5°C Temperature Sensor with SPI Interface LM73 ±1°C Temperature Sensor with I2C/SMBus Interface LM86 ±0.75°C remote and local temperature sensor with SMBus interface LM89 ±0.75°C remote and local temperature sensor with SMBus interface and 2 addresses for bus sharing LM90 Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with SMBus Interface LM93 2 remote, 1 local temp sensor with hardware monitor and 16 power supply voltage monitors LM95010 ±2°C Temperature Sensor with SensorPath Interface LM95071 ±1°C Temperature Sensor with SPI Interface LM95221 ±3°C dual remote & local temperature sensor with beta compensation and SMBus, I2C LM95231 Dual Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with TruTherm Technology and SMBus Interface LM95235 ±0.75°C remote & local temperature sensor with SMBus, beta compensation for 65/90n LM95235-Q1 Automotive Grade, ±2°C Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with TruTherm Technology and SMBus LM96000 Hardware monitor with fan control and 6 power supply voltage monitors LM96080 1 local temp sensor with fan speed and power supply voltage monitor LM96163 1 remote and local temp sensor with beta compensation and fan control LM99 Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with TruTherm Technology and SMBus Interface
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SENSOREVAL Eval Board Software For Hardware Monitors And Digital Temperature Sensors

SensorEval
SensorEval software supports the latest TI temperature sensor and hardware monitor evaluation boards via USB interface. It also allows access to sensors mounted directly on motherboards that support Intel chip sets.

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Supported products & hardware

Supported products & hardware

Products
Digital temperature sensors
LM63 1 remote and local temperature sensor with fan control LM64 1 remote and local temp sensor with fan control and 5 GPIO's LM71 ±1.5°C Temperature Sensor with SPI Interface LM71-Q1 Automotive Grade, ±1.5°C Temperature Sensor with SPI Interface LM73 ±1°C Temperature Sensor with I2C/SMBus Interface LM75A 2C industry standard temperature sensor, I2C/SMBus interface LM86 ±0.75°C remote and local temperature sensor with SMBus interface LM89 ±0.75°C remote and local temperature sensor with SMBus interface and 2 addresses for bus sharing LM90 Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with SMBus Interface LM93 2 remote, 1 local temp sensor with hardware monitor and 16 power supply voltage monitors LM95010 ±2°C Temperature Sensor with SensorPath Interface LM95071 ±1°C Temperature Sensor with SPI Interface LM95172-Q1 Automotive Grade, ±1°C Temperature Sensor with 200°C Capability and SPI Interface LM95214 ±2°C Quad Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with SMBus Interface LM95221 ±3°C dual remote & local temperature sensor with beta compensation and SMBus, I2C LM95231 Dual Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with TruTherm Technology and SMBus Interface LM95233 ±2°C Dual Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with TruTherm Technology and SMBus Interface LM95234 ±2°C Quad Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with TruTherm Technology and SMBus Interface LM95235 ±0.75°C remote & local temperature sensor with SMBus, beta compensation for 65/90n LM95235-Q1 Automotive Grade, ±2°C Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with TruTherm Technology and SMBus LM95241 ±1.25°C dual remote & local temperature sensor with beta compensation and SMBus, I LM95245 ±0.75°C remote & local temperature sensor with SMBus, beta compensation for 45nm d LM96000 Hardware monitor with fan control and 6 power supply voltage monitors LM96080 1 local temp sensor with fan speed and power supply voltage monitor LM96163 1 remote and local temp sensor with beta compensation and fan control LM99 Remote and Local Temperature Sensor with TruTherm Technology and SMBus Interface
Precision ADCs
ADC128D818 12-Bit, 82SPS, 8-Ch Delta-Sigma ADC with Temp Sensor, INT / EXT Voltage Reference & I2C Interface
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