ADM1026HM(4)            NetBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual           ADM1026HM(4)

NAME
     adm1026hm -- Analog Devices ADM1026 complete thermal system management
     controller

SYNOPSIS
     adm1026hm* at iic0 addr 0x2e: ADM1026 hardware monitor: rev. 0x4, step.
           0x5
     adm1026hm*: 8 fans, 3 temperatures, 15 voltages

DESCRIPTION
     The adm1026hm driver provides support for the Analog Devices ADM1026
     hardware monitor.  The chip possesses 8 fan speed sensors, 3 temperature
     sensors, and 17 voltage sensors.  The number of each sensor type config-
     ured by the driver depends on the chip configuration.

     The values of the sensors are made available through the envstat(8)
     interface.

           Sensor          Units    Description
           fan N           RPM      Fan 0-7
           internal        C        Internal temperature
           external N      C        External temperature 1-2
           Vbatt           mV DC    Battery voltage
           V3.3 standby    mV DC    3.3V standby voltage
           V3.3 main       mV DC    3.3V main voltage
           V5.0            mV DC    5.0V supply voltage
           V+12            mV DC    +12V supply voltage
           V-12            mV DC    -12V supply voltage
           V3.3 N          mV DC    Analog in (3.3V reference) 0-5
           V2.5 N          mV DC    Analog in (2.5V reference) 0-3

SEE ALSO
     iic(4), intro(4), envstat(8)

AUTHORS
     The adm1026hm driver was written by Julian Coleman <jcoleman@NetBSD.org>.

BUGS
     It's not possible to determine if either a sensor is not connected, or
     the monitored device is producing no output.  Therefore, unconnected sen-
     sors will show outputs of 0.

     The adm1026hm driver does not support checking or altering limit values,
     interrupt output, nor the built-in EEPROM.

NetBSD 8.0                     December 11, 2015                    NetBSD 8.0

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