MAX34446
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MAX34446

PMBus Power-Supply Data Logger

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Detects and Records Out-of-Range Power-Supply Conditions to Determine Failure or Misuse

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Part Details
Part Models 4
1ku List Price Starting From $3.91
Features
  • Voltage, Current, and Temperature Measurement and Threshold Excursion Detection
  • Supports Up to Four Voltage or Current Measurements
  • Supports Up to Three Temperature Sensors: Two Remote Diodes Plus an Internal Sensor
  • Calculates Power Consumption
  • Differential 12-Bit ADC
  • PMBus™-Compliant Control Interface
  • Power-Good Outputs
  • Individual Fault Outputs
  • On-Board Nonvolatile Fault Logging and Default Configuration Setting
  • I²C/SMBus-Compatible Serial Bus with Bus Timeout Function
  • No External Clocking Required
  • 2.7V to 5.5V Supply Voltage
  • Low Power Consumption
  • -40°C to +105°C Temperature Range
  • 40-Pin TQFN (6mm x 6mm) Package
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The MAX34446 data logger for power supplies can monitor voltages for overvoltage and undervoltage, as well as for overcurrent conditions and overtemperature conditions. The device constantly checks for userprogrammable thresholds; when these thresholds are exceeded, the device logs the recent real-time operating conditions in nonvolatile flash memory. The device can monitor up to four voltages or currents, and can monitor three temperature sensors. See the Typical Application Circuit/Block Diagram for more details.

Applications

  • Base Stations
  • Industrial Controls
  • Network Switches/Routers
  • Servers
  • Smart Grid Network Systems
Part Models 4
1ku List Price Starting From $3.91

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