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LMTEMP(4)                    Device Drivers Manual                   LMTEMP(4)

     lmtemp - National Semiconductor LM75, LM77 and compatible hardware

     lmtemp0 at iic? addr 0x48 flags 0x0000

     The lmtemp driver provides support for the National Semiconductor LM on
     iicbus series temperature sensors and register compatible chips.

     Each device is specified by the value of the address and flags.

           Device    addr           flags
           LM75      0x48 - 0x4f    0x0000
           LM75A     0x48 - 0x4f    0x0000
           DS75      0x48 - 0x4f    0x0001
           LM77      0x48 - 0x4b    0x0002

     Chips supported by the lmtemp driver include:

           Device                         Range         Resolution
           National Semiconductor LM75    -55 - +125    0.5 degC
           Texas Instruments LM75A        -55 - +125    0.5 degC
           Dallas Semiconductor DS75      -55 - +125    0.0625 degC
           National Semiconductor LM77    -55 - +130    0.5 degC

     The LM75, LM75A, and DS75 have a programmable high temperature limit.
     When this is exceeded, the device asserts an over-temperature output.

     The LM77 has programmable low and high temperature limits.  Exceeding
     either of these causes the device to assert an interrupt output.  It also
     has a programmable critical high temperature limit, and exceeding this
     causes the device to assert a separate critical alarm output.

     The sensor and limit values are made available through the envstat(8)

     envsys(4), envstat(8)

     The lmtemp device appeared in NetBSD 4.0.

     Interrupt support is unimplemented.

NetBSD 10.99                    January 1, 2016                   NetBSD 10.99