the ADM1275 simulation model is available at the product web page. The product page also has links to the EVAL board document with Layout examples as well as the software to run the ADM127x.
Hot Swap Controller Simulaton Model Simulation model…
Now ,I want Survey the ADM1275 for server application
In the data sheet,Page 5, I don't know why GPO2 have 0.4v and 1.5v diff? why
what is 0.4V IGPO2 = 1 mA
what is 1.5V IGPO2 = 5mA
I already mark the describe as the figure, attach of…
Hi ADI Expert,
My customer would like to ask is there any bug fixed for ADM1275 part regarding the gate functionality?
Since there show the revision on ADM1275 datasheet which seems related to gate pin.
Can you help to check whether this parts has…
I'm using ADM1275 in my designs and I have simulated some of them in Simetrix. Now I need a high voltage version and I'm looking at ADM1270. The controlled voltage is in the range 4-60V, so I'd like to simulate some scenarios first. Is there any chance…
i recently downloaded the ADIsimPE files as recommended in UG-241 and it seems to be missing a file for the ADM1275/ADM1276. The MOSFETs PSM1R0-30YLC models are not included. I checked a few manufacturer's website and I cannot seem to find a compatible…
My name is Meir and I am DFAE at Phoenix technologies in Israel.
MRV, one of my castomers, is interested in hot-swap sulution with PMBus and integrated temperature sensor.
I suggested them following ADI solutions: ADM1275. ADM1276, ADM1175,…
in case you are interested we have some ICs that can handle some of the functions you are looking to implement:
ADM1171: 2.7 V to 16 V Hot Swap Controller with Current Sense Output
you can use multiple resistors in parallel to achieve the low value needed.
The new ADM1278 will allow you to use a smaller voltage drop on the sense resistor due to it's accuracy.
The ADM1276 senses the current through the differential voltage across the sense pins (sense voltage).
by default it will try to turn on the current regulation through controlling the gate of the external FET once the sense voltage reaches…