LTC Parts with Linux Drivers

Linux Drivers for Power Supply, System Monitors and Data Converters

To help developers of embedded processor applications running Linux, a growing list of products from Analog Devices (formerly Linear Technology) have Linux drivers available, often directly from the Linux kernel.

Partial List of LT/LTC Parts with Linux Driver available
Part number QuikEval Board Description
LTC2945 DC1697A 80V Rail-to-Rail System Power Monitor
LTC2990 DC1338B Temperature, Current and Voltage Monitor
LTC4151 DC1208A 80V High Side Power Monitor
LTC4215 DC874A Hot Swap Controller with Current and Voltage Monitor
LTC4222 DC1134A Dual Hot Swap Controller with Current and Voltage Monitors
LTC4245 DC985A Quad Hot Swap Controller with Current and Voltage Monitors
LTC4260 DC786A 200W Positive 48V Hot Swap Controller with Current and Voltage Monitoring
LTC4261 DC998A Negative (–48V) Hot Swap Controller with Current and Voltage Monitoring
LTC2485 DC956A 24-Bit Delta-Sigma ADC with I2C and Easy-Drive
LTC2497 DC1012A 16-Bit, 8-channel, Delta-Sigma ADC with I2C and Easy-Drive
LTC2978 Octal Digital Power Supply Manager with EEPROM
LTC3815 6A Monolithic Synchronous DC/DC Step-Down Converter with Digital Power System Management
LTC2632 Dual 12-/10-/8-Bit SPI VOUT DACs with 10ppm/°C Reference
LTC4306 4-Channel, 2-Wire Bus Multiplexer with Capacitance Buffering

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Kris Lokere

Kris Lokere is a strategic applications manager for signal chain products, joining ADI as part of the merger with Linear Technology. Kris enjoys architecting systems that combine technologies from multiple product lines. In the past 20 years, Kris has designed op amps, built engineering teams, and managed product line strategy. Kris holds multiple patents and received an M.S.E.E. degree from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and an M.B.A. from Babson College.