The ADM1067 Super Sequencer® is a configurable supervisory/ sequencing device that offers a single-chip solution for supply monitoring and sequencing in multiple supply systems. In addition to these functions, the ADM1067 integrates six 8-bit voltage output DACs. These circuits can be used to implement an open-loop margining system that enables supply adjustment by altering either the feedback node or reference of a dc-to-dc converter using the DAC outputs.
Supply margining can be performed with a minimum of external components. The margining capability can be used for in-circuit testing of a board during production (for example, to verify board functionality at −5% of nominal supplies), or it can be used dynamically to accurately control the output voltage of a dc-to-dc converter.
The device also provides up to 10 programmable inputs for monitoring undervoltage faults, overvoltage faults, or out-of-window faults on up to 10 supplies. In addition, 10 programmable outputs can be used as logic enables.
Six of these programmable outputs can also provide up to a 12 V output for driving the gate of an N-FET that can be placed in the path of a supply.
The logical core of the device is a sequencing engine. This state-machine-based construction provides up to 63 different states. This design enables very flexible sequencing of the outputs, based on the condition of the inputs.
The device is controlled via configuration data that can be programmed into an EEPROM. The entire configuration can be programmed using an intuitive GUI-based software package provided by Analog Devices, Inc.
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|ADM1067: Super Sequencer with Open Loop Margining DACs Data Sheet (Rev D, 06/2011) (pdf, 627 kB)||Data Sheets|
|AN-1009: Block Erasing, Reading and Writing to the ADM106x EEPROM (pdf, 63 kB)||Application Notes|
AN-1086: Using an ADM106x in a Hot Swap Application
(PDF, 59 kB)
Describes the design considerations that must be taken into account when the input supplies to the ADM106x come up when a card is hot swapped in a live, powered backplane.
|AN-0997: Ping-Pong Configuration Guide for ADM1062 to ADM1069 Devices (pdf, 172 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-1001: Checksum Calculations (pdf, 76 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-897: ADC Readback Code (pdf, 65 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-0973: Erasing and Programming the Sequencing Engine EEPROM (pdf, 61 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-0975: Automatic Generation of State Diagrams for the ADM1062 to ADM1069 Using Graphviz (pdf, 209 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-722: Watchdog Detection Using the ADM106x (pdf, 179 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-698: Configuration Registers of ADM1062/ADM1063/ADM1064/ADM1065/ADM1066/ADM1067/ADM1166 (pdf, 561 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-782: Monitoring High Voltages with the ADM1062-ADM1069 Super Sequencers (pdf, 61 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-781: Monitoring Additional Supplies with the ADM1062-ADM1069 Super Sequencers (pdf, 96 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-780: Monitoring Negative Voltages with the ADM1062 to ADM1069 Super Sequencers (pdf, 98 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-723: Interrupt Generation Using the ADM106x (pdf, 262 kB)||Application Notes|
Temperature monitor measures three thermal zones
by Susan Pratt, Analog Devices, Inc. (EDN, 12/11/03)
|Supervisory Devices Complementary Parts Guide for Altera FPGAs (pdf, 664 kB)||Product Selection Guide|
|Supervisory Devices Complementary Parts Guide for Xilinx FPGAs (pdf, 661 kB)||Product Selection Guide|
|Voltage Monitoring and Sequencing (2009/2010) (pdf)||Overview|
|What can 40 years of analog leadership do for your power management design?||Overview||HTML|
Optical and High Speed Networking
(pdf, 2236 kB)
Analog Devices’ optical and high speed networking ICs solve a depth and breadth of challenges faced by today’s designers of datacom and telecom systems, optical modules, and subsystems. Analog Devices products address a wide range of networking applications from O/E/O conversion, clock recovery, and backplane transmission to monitoring and control of optical power, power management, and clock generation and distribution.
|Power System Management (Spring 2007) (pdf, 1170 kB)||Overview|
|Power Supply Sequencing Bulletin (2007) (pdf, 5188 kB)||Solutions Bulletins|
|RAQs index||Rarely Asked Questions||HTML|
|Glossary of EE Terms||Glossary||HTML|
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Requires the ADMxxxx Common Run-time to be installed in order to provide driver support for the USB-SMBUS-CABLEZ and USB-SDP-CABLEZ interface connectors. If there are previous versions of this software (v4.0.6 or earlier), or the ADM1175-7 & ADM1191-92 software (v3.0.1 or earlier) installed they should be removed prior to installing the common run-time.
ADMxxxx Common Run-Time
This run-time installer is shared between the SuperSequencer, ADM1175-92, and the Hot Swap and Power Monitor tools. Contains driver support for the USB-SMBUS-CABLEZ and USB-SDP-CABLEZ interface connectors.
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