Features and Benefits
- Sequence, Trim, Margin and Supervise 16 Power Supplies
- Manage Faults, Monitor Telemetry and Create Fault Logs
- PMBus™ Compliant Command Set
- Supported by LTpowerPlay® GUI
- Margin or Trim Supplies to 0.25% Accuracy
- Fast OV/UV Supervisors Per Channel
- Coordinate Sequencing and Fault Management Across Multiple LTC PSM Devices
- Automatic Fault Logging to Internal EEPROM
- Operate Autonomously without Additional Software
- Internal Temperature and Input Voltage Supervisors
- Accurate Monitoring of 16 Output Voltages, Two Input Voltages and Internal Die Temperature
- I2C/SMBus Serial Interface
- Can Be Powered from 3.3V, or 4.5V to 15V
- Programmable Watchdog Timer
- Available in 144-Lead 15mm × 15mm BGA Package
The LTM2987 is a 16-channel μModule® (micromodule) Power System Manager used to sequence, trim (servo), margin, supervise, manage faults, provide telemetry and create fault logs. PMBus commands support power supply sequencing, precision point-of-load voltage adjustment and margining. DACs use a proprietary soft-connect algorithm to minimize supply disturbances. Supervisory functions include overvoltage and undervoltage threshold limits for sixteen power supply output channels and two power supply input channels, as well as over and under temperature limits. Programmable fault responses can disable the power supplies with optional retry after a fault is detected. Faults that disable a power supply can automatically trigger black box EEPROM storage of fault status and associated telemetry. An internal 16-bit ADC monitors sixteen output voltages, two input voltages, and die temperature. In addition, odd numbered channels can be configured to measure the voltage across a current sense resistor. A programmable watchdog timer monitors microprocessor activity for a stalled condition and resets the microprocessor if necessary. A single wire bus synchronizes power supplies across multiple LTC Power System Management (PSM) devices. Configuration EEPROM with ECC supports autonomous operation without additional software.
- Computers and Network Servers
- Industrial Test and Measurement
- High Reliability Systems
- Medical Imaging
Product Lifecycle Recommended for New Designs
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Evaluation Kits (1)
The DC2023A is a demonstration system for the LTM2987 16-channel I2C/SMBus/PMBus power system manager with EEPROM. The LTM2987 monitors and controls 16 power supply rails. The DC2023A demonstrates the ability of the LTM2987 to sequence, trim, margin, supervise, monitor, and log faults for 16 power supply rails. Each power supply channel’s output voltage is monitored and the LTM2987 monitors its own internal die temperature.
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