I have a TMP05 on my board configured in floating state (both CONV/IN and FUNC pins are not connected).
The TMP065 outputs a continous PWM signal as expected. The problem is that the high part of signal is 33ms on one board and 35ms on another and…
Hi, the only coding examples available are those listed in the back of the TMP05 datasheet.
May I know at what environment you are testing - do you have a reference temperature? You mention have erroneous data, how often do they appear?
The IC with negative readings screenshot, which TMP05 in the chain is it? If you have 4 TMP05s…
Is it possible to use ADT7470 without the TMP05/06 temperature sensor? If so, how is this implemented?
Most of the circuit is exactly the same except for the latest version where there is buffer/driver, NC7SZ125P5X. This buffer is used to drive the TMP05 output of the digital baseband board to the to the next TMP05 on the RF power amplifier board…
Is there a practical limit to the number of TMP05 sensors that can be daisy chained together?
As I understand the data sheet, the "next" TMP05 in a daisy-chain simply passes along the PWM signal coming into Pin 2 (CONV/IN) through Pin 1 (OUT) and then…
I am using the ADT7470 and the TMP05 in a daisy chain configuration and there are five sensors. I get temperature readings that intermittently vary by huge amounts and then return back to the expected temperature.
Please refer the attached documents…
Could you find the issue? I am attaching the schematics for reference.
This device is connected to 4 fans and 4 TMP05 sensors.
Once the pin 12 and pin 13 are disconnected to the TMP05 daisy chain, they should be connected through a 10k pull-up resistor to Vdd.
Sorry, it was confusing.
How do I trigger the SMBALERT on the ADT7470.
I want to simulate an over temp scenario.
Can I trigger the SMBALERT by writing to any of the registers?
How do I check if SMBALERT is enabled?
On the board, the ADT is hooked up to 1 temp sensor TMP05…