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LM(4)                      Kernel Interfaces Manual                      LM(4)

     lm -- National Semiconductor LM78, LM79 and compatible hardware monitors

     lm0 at isa? port 0x280 flags 0x00
     lm1 at isa? port 0x290 flags 0x00
     lm2 at isa? port 0x310 flags 0x00
     lm3 at isa? port 0xa00 flags 0x00
     lm0 at pnpbios0 index ? flags 0x00
     lm0 at iic? addr 0x2e flags 0x00
     lm* at wbsio?

     The lm driver provides support for the National Semiconductor LM series
     hardware monitors and register compatible chips to be used with the
     envsys(4) API.

     Most supported devices possess 11 sensors:

           Sensor    Units    Typical Use
           IN0       uV DC    Core voltage
           IN1       uV DC    unknown
           IN2       uV DC    +3.3V
           IN3       uV DC    +5V
           IN4       uV DC    +12V
           IN5       uV DC    -12V
           IN6       uV DC    -5V
           Temp      uK       Motherboard Temperature
           Fan0      RPM      Fan
           Fan1      RPM      Chassis Fan
           Fan2      RPM      Fan
     for some devices (most Winbond devices) sensor names and numbers will be

     Due to hardware limitations, fresh sensor data is only available every 2

     Chips supported by the lm driver include:

           National Semiconductor LM78, LM78-J, LM79 and LM81.

           Winbond W83627HF*, W83627THF*, W83627EHF*, W83627DHG*, W83637HF*,
           W83697HF*, W83781D, W83782D*, W83783S*, W83791D*, W83791SD and

           ASUS AS99127F.

     For most of the Winbond chips (identified with a * above), the flags
     configuration option can be specified to select the type of temperature

           flags    Sensor Type
           0        Thermistor diode (Power-On default)
           1        Pentium-II diode
           2        2N3904 Bipolar
           4        Thermistor diode

     envsys(4), wbsio(4), envstat(8)

     The lm device appeared in NetBSD 1.5.

     Interrupt support is unimplemented.

     There are currently no known pnpbios IDs assigned to LM chips.

NetBSD 7.1.2                   February 16, 2010                  NetBSD 7.1.2