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ADT7410 数据手册DataSheet下载
±0.5°C Accurate, 16-Bit Digital
I2C Temperature Sensor
Preliminary Technical Data
ADT7410
VDD
FEATURES
8
TEMPERATURE
VALUE
REGISTER
16-bit temperature-to-digital converter
Temperature accuracy ±0.5°C from 0°C to 70°C
Power saving 1 Sample Per Second mode
I2C-compatible interface
Operating temperature range : −55°C to +150°C
Operating voltage range: 2.7 V to 5.5 V
Critical overtemperature indicator
Programmable overtemperature/undertemperature interrupt
Shutdown mode for low power consumption
Power consumption 1 mW typical at 3.3 V
Standard 8-lead narrow SOIC RoHS-compliant package
CONFIGURATION
REGISTER
TCRIT
REGISTER
INTERNAL
OSCILLATOR
INTERNAL
REFERENCE
6
CT
5
INT
1
SCL
2
SDA
TCRIT
Σ-Δ
MODULATOR
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
THIGH
THIGH
REGISTER
FILTER
LOGIC
TLOW
TLOW
REGISTER
THYST
REGISTER
POINTER
REGISTER
Medical equipment
Isolated sensors
Environmental control systems
Computer thermal monitoring
Thermal protection
Industrial process control
Power system monitors
Hand-held applications
A0
3
A1
4
SMBus/I2C INTERFACE
7
GND
Figure 1.
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FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The ADT7410 is a high accuracy digital temperature sensor
in a narrow SOIC package. It contains a band gap temperature
sensor and a13-bit ADC, to monitor and digitize the
temperature to a resolution of 0.0625°C. The resolution
can be changed to 16 bits by setting a bit in the configuration
register, to give a 0.0078°C resolution. The default resolution
is 13 bits.
Pins A0 and A1 are available for address selection, giving the
ADT7410 4 possible I2C addresses. The CT pin is an open-drain
output that becomes active when the temperature exceeds a
programmable critical temperature limit. The default critical
temperature limit is 147°C. The INT pin is also an open-drain
output that becomes active when the temperature exceeds a
programmable limit. The INT and CT pins can operate in either
comparator or interrupt mode.
The ADT7410 is guaranteed to operate at supply voltages from
2.7 V to 5.5 V. Operating at 3.3 V, the average supply current is
typically 250 μA. The ADT7410 offers a shutdown mode that
powers down the device and gives a shutdown current of typically
0.8 μA. The ADT7410 is rated for operation over the −55°C to
+150°C temperature range.
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ADT7410
APPLICATIONS
ADT7410
Preliminary Technical Data
•
An on-chip temperature sensor allows an accurate
measurement of the ambient temperature. The
measurable temperature range is −55°C to +150°C.
First conversion on power-up is a fast conversion to
ensure fast CT and INT pin activation in
overtemperature situations.
•
Programmable temperature interrupt limits.
•
Supply voltage is 2.7 V to 5.5 V.
•
•
Available in an 8-lead narrow SOIC package.
Shutdown mode reduces the current consumption to
0.8 μA typical.
•
Temperature accuracy is ±0.5°C maximum.
•
•
Default temperature resolution is 0.0625°C.
Connect up to four ADT7410 devices to a single I2C®
bus.
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
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Preliminary Technical Data
ADT7410
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features ............................................................................................... 1
Address Pointer Register ............................................................ 13
Applications ....................................................................................... 1
Temperature Value Registers ..................................................... 13
Functional Block Diagram ............................................................... 1
Status Register ............................................................................. 14
General Description .......................................................................... 1
Configuration Register ............................................................... 14
Product Highlights ............................................................................ 2
THIGH Setpoint Registers ............................................................. 15
Revision History ................................................................................ 3
TLOW Setpoint Registers .............................................................. 15
Specifications ..................................................................................... 4
TCRIT Setpoint Registers .............................................................. 15
2
I C Timing Specifications ............................................................ 5
THYST Setpoint Register ............................................................... 16
Timing Diagram ............................................................................ 5
Manufacturer ID Register .......................................................... 16
Absolute Maximum Ratings ............................................................ 6
Serial Interface ................................................................................. 17
ESD Caution .................................................................................. 6
Writing Data ................................................................................ 18
Pin Configuration and Function Descriptions ............................. 7
Reading Data ............................................................................... 19
Typical Performance Characteristics .............................................. 8
INT Output Overtemperature Modes .......................................... 21
Theory of Operation ......................................................................... 9
Comparator Mode ...................................................................... 21
Circuit Information ...................................................................... 9
Interrupt Mode ............................................................................ 21
Converter Details .......................................................................... 9
Application Information ................................................................ 23
Temperature Measurement .......................................................... 9
Thermal Response Time ............................................................ 23
One-Shot Mode ...........................................................................10
Supply Decoupling ...................................................................... 23
Shutdown......................................................................................12
Temperature Monitoring ........................................................... 23
Fault Queue ..................................................................................12
Outline Dimensions ........................................................................ 24
Temperature Data Format ..........................................................12
Ordering Guide ........................................................................... 24
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Registers ............................................................................................13
REVISION HISTORY
08/08 - Revision PrE: Preliminary Version E
04/08 - Revision PrD: Preliminary Version D
12/07 – Revision PrC: Preliminary Version C
11/07—Revision PrB: Preliminary Version B
08/07—Revision PrA: Preliminary Version A
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ADT7410
Preliminary Technical Data
SPECIFICATIONS
TA = −55°C to +150°C, VDD = 2.7 V to 5.5 V, unless otherwise noted.
Table 1.
Parameter
TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND ADC
Accuracy
Min
Max
Unit
Test Conditions/Comments
±0.5
±0.5
±1.5
±2
13
°C
°C
°C
°C
Bits
16
Bits
TA = 0°C to +70°C
TA = -20°C to +100°C, VDD = 3.3 V
TA = −40°C to +125°C
TA = −55°C to +150°C
Twos complement temperature value of sign bit plus
12 ADC bits (power-up default resolution)
Twos complement temperature value of sign bit plus
15 ADC bits (D7 = 1 in the configuration register)
0.0625
°C
13-bits (Sign + 12-bit)
0.0078125
°C
Temperature Conversion Time
240
ms
Fast Temperature Conversion
Time
1 SPS Conversion Time
Fast Temperature Conversion
Accuracy
6
10
ms
16-bit (Sign + 15-bit)
Continuous conversion mode and one-shot
conversion mode
First conversion on power-up only
60
±TBD
±TBD
ms
°C
Conversion time for one sample per second mode
TA = 0°C to +70°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C/V
TA = −40°C to +125°C
TA = −55°C to +150°C
Drift over 10 years, if part is operated at 55°C
Temperature cycl = 25°C to 125°C, and back to 25°C
TA = +25°C
TA = +25°C
μA
mA
V
V
pF
Ω
CT and INT pins pulled up to 5.5 V
VOH = 5 V
IOL = 3 mA
VIN = 0 V to VDD
50
μA
V
V
ns
10
pF
5.5
TBD
350
TBD
1
V
μA
μA
μA
μA
μW
μW
μW
ADC Resolution
Temperature Resolution
13 Bits
16 Bits
Typ
±TBD
±TBD
0.08
0.02
0.01
TBD
±TBD
±TBD
0.1
5
1
0.4
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Long-Term Drift
Temperature Hysteresis
Repeatability
DC PSRR
DIGITAL OUTPUTS (OPEN DRAIN)
High Output Leakage Current, IOH
Output High Current, IOH
Output Low Voltage, VOL
Output High Voltage, VOH
Output Capacitance, COUT
RON Resistance (Low Output)
DIGITAL INPUTS
Input Current
Input Low Voltage, VIL
Input High Voltage, VIH
SCL, SDA Glitch Rejection
Pin Capacitance
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Supply Voltage
Supply Current at 3.3 V
Supply Current at 5.0 V
Shutdown Mode at 3.3 V
Shutdown Mode at 5.0 V
Power Dissipation
1 Sample Per Second
1 Sample Per Second
0.7 × VDD
3
?
10
15
±1
0.3 × VDD
0.7 × VDD
3
2.7
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
150
315
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Supply and temperature dependent
Input filtering suppresses noise spikes of less
than 50 ns
Peak current while converting and I2C interface inactive
Peak current while converting and I2C interface inactive
Supply current in shutdown mode
Supply current in shutdown mode
VDD = 3.3 V, normal mode at 25°C
Power dissipated for VDD = 3.3 V at 25°C
Power dissipated for VDD = 5.0 V at 25°C
Preliminary Technical Data
ADT7410
I2C TIMING SPECIFICATIONS
TA = −55°C to +150°C, VDD = 2.7 V to 5.5 V, unless otherwise noted. All input signals are specified with tR (rise time) = tF (fall time) = 5 ns
(10% to 90% of VDD) and timed from a voltage level of 1.6 V.
Table 2.
Parameter1
Serial Clock Period
Data In Setup Time to SCL High
Data Out Stable After SCL Low
Data Out Stable After SCL Low
SDA Low Setup Time to SCL Low (Start Condition)
SDA High Hold Time After SCL High (Stop Condition)
SDA and SCL Rise Time
SDA and SCL Rise Time
SDA and SCL Fall Time
Capacitive Load for each Bus Line
1
2
Symbol
t1
t2
t3
t3
t4
t5
t6
t6
t7
CB
Min
2.5
50
0
0
50
50
Typ
Max
Unit
μs
ns
ns
μs
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
pF
0.92
3.452
300
1000
300
400
Comments
Fast mode I2C. See Figure 2.
See Figure 2.
Fast mode I2C. See Figure 2.
Standard mode I2C. See Figure 2.
See Figure 2.
See Figure 2.
Fast mode I2C. See Figure 2.
Standard mode I2C. See Figure 2.
See Figure 2.
Guaranteed by design and characterization; not production tested.
This time has to be met only if the master does not stretch the low period of the SCL signal.
TIMING DIAGRAM
t1
SCL
t4
t5
t2
SDA
DATA IN
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t3
SDA
DATA OUT
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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Table 3.
Parameter
VDD to GND
SDO Input Voltage to GND
SDO Output Voltage to GND
SCL Input Voltage to GND
CT and INT Output Voltage to GND
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Maximum Junction Temperature, TJMAX
8-Lead N-SOIC (R-8)
Power Dissipation1
Thermal Impedance3
θJA, Junction-to-Ambient (Still Air)
θJC, Junction-to-Case
IR Reflow Soldering
Peak Temperature (RoHS-Compliant
Package)
Time at Peak Temperature
Ramp-Up Rate
Ramp-Down Rate
Time from 25°C to Peak Temperature
WMAX = (TJMAX − TA2)/θJA
157°C/W
56°C/W
260°C (+0°C)
20 sec to 40 sec
3°C/sec maximum
–6°C/sec maximum
8 minutes maximum
Figure 3. SOIC_N Maximum Power Dissipation vs. Temperature
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Values relate to package being used on a standard 2-layer PCB. This gives a
worst-case θJA and θJC. Refer to Figure 3 for a plot of maximum power
dissipation vs. ambient temperature (TA).
2
TA = ambient temperature.
3
Junction-to-case resistance is applicable to components featuring a
preferential flow direction, for example, components mounted on a heat
sink. Junction-to-ambient is more useful for air-cooled, PCB-mounted
components.
ESD CAUTION
ISINK (1.6mA WITH VDD = 5V,
100µA WITH VDD = 3V)
TO
OUTPUT
PIN
1.6V
50pF
ISOURCE (200µA WITH VDD = 5V,
100µA WITH VDD = 3V)
Figure 4. Load Circuit for Timing Characterization
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1
Rating
–0.3 V to +7 V
–0.3 V to VDD + 0.3 V
–0.3 V to VDD + 0.3 V
–0.3 V to VDD + 0.3 V
–0.3 V to VDD + 0.3 V
–55°C to +150°C
–65°C to +160°C
150.7°C
Stresses above those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings
may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress
rating only; functional operation of the device at these or any
other conditions above those indicated in the operational
section of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect
device reliability.
Preliminary Technical Data
ADT7410
SCL 1
SDA 2
AD7410
8
VDD
7
GND
A0 3
6 CT
TOP VIEW
A1 4 (Not to Scale) 5 INT
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PIN CONFIGURATION AND FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
Figure 5. Pin Configuration
Table 4. Pin Function Descriptions
Pin No.
1
Mnemonic
SCL
2
SDA
3
4
5
A0
A1
INT
6
CT
7
8
GND
VDD
Description
Serial Clock Input. This is the clock input for the serial port. The serial clock is used to clock in and clock out data to
and from any register of the ADT7410. Open-drain configuration; needs a pull-up resistor.
I2C Serial Data Input/Output. Serial data to and from the part is provided on this pin. Open-drain configuration;
needs a pull-up resistor.
I2C Serial Bus Address Selection Pin. Logic input. Connect to GND or VDD to set I2C address.
I2C Serial Bus Address Selection Pin. Logic input. Connect to GND or VDD to set I2C address.
Overtemperature and Undertemperature Indicator. Power-up default setting is as an active low comparator
interrupt. Open-drain configuration; needs a pull-up resistor.
Critical Overtemperature Indicator. Power-up default polarity is active low. Open-drain configuration; needs a pullup resistor.
Analog and Digital Ground.
Positive Supply Voltage, 2.7 V to 5.5 V. The supply should be decoupled to ground.
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Preliminary Technical Data
TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Figure 6. Temperature Accuracy at 3.3 V and 5 V
Figure 9. Shutdown Current vs. Supply Voltage at 30°C
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Figure 7. Operating Supply Current vs. Temperature
Figure 10. Temperature Accuracy vs. Supply Ripple Frequency
Figure 8. Average Operating Supply Current vs. Supply Voltage at 30°C
Figure 11. Response to Thermal Shock
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Preliminary Technical Data
ADT7410
THEORY OF OPERATION
CIRCUIT INFORMATION
th
The ADT7410 is a 16-bit digital temperature sensor with the 16
bit acting as the sign bit. An on-board temperature sensor generates
a voltage precisely proportional to absolute temperature, which is
compared to an internal voltage reference and input to a precision
digital modulator. Overall accuracy for the ADT7410 is ±0.5°C
from 0°C to +70°C. The serial interface is I2C compatible and the
open-drain outputs of the ADT7410, INT and CT, are capable of
sinking 2 mA.
The modulated output of the comparator is encoded using a
circuit technique that results in I2C temperature data.
Δ-Σ MODULATOR
INTEGRATOR
COMPARATOR
VOLTAGE REF
AND VPTAT
1-BIT
DAC
The on-board temperature sensor has excellent accuracy and
linearity over the entire rated temperature range without
needing correction or calibration by the user.
The measured temperature value is compared with a critical
temperature limit stored in the 16-bit TCRIT read/write register,
a high temperature limit stored in the 16-bit THIGH read/write
register and a low temperature limit stored in the 16-bit TLOW
read/write register. If the measured value exceeds these limits,
the INT pin is activated, and if it exceeds the TCRIT limit, the CT
pin is activated. The INT and CT pins are programmable for
polarity via the configuration register while the INT and CT pins
are also programmable for mode operation via the configuration
register.
CLOCK
GENERATOR
LPF DIGITAL
FILTER
13-BIT
TEMPERATURE
VALUE
REGISTER
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1-BIT
The sensor output is digitized by a ∑-Δ modulator, also known
as the charge balance type analog-to-digital converter. This type
of converter utilizes time-domain oversampling and a high
accuracy comparator to deliver 16 bits of effective accuracy in
an extremely compact circuit.
Figure 12. Σ-Δ Modulator
TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT
In normal mode, the ADT7410 runs an automatic conversion
sequence. During this automatic conversion sequence, a
conversion takes 240 ms to complete and the ADT7410 is
continuously converting. This means that as soon as one
temperature conversion is completed another temperature
conversion begins. Each temperature conversion result is stored
in the temperature value register and is available through the
I2C interface.
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Configuration register functions consist of:
• Switching between normal operation and full power-down.
• Switching between comparator and interrupt event modes
on the INT and CT pins.
• Setting the CT and INT pins active polarity.
• Setting the number of faults that activate the CT and
INT pins.
• Enabling the standard one-shot mode and one sample per
second mode.
CONVERTER DETAILS
The Σ-Δ modulator consists of an input sampler, a summing
network, an integrator, a comparator, and a 1-bit DAC. This
architecture creates a negative feedback loop and minimizes the
integrator output by changing the duty cycle of the comparator
output in response to input voltage changes. The comparator
samples the output of the integrator at a much higher rate than
the input sampling frequency. This oversampling spreads the
quantization noise over a much wider band than that of the
input signal, improving overall noise performance and
increasing accuracy.
On power-up, the first conversion is a fast conversion, taking
typically 6 ms. Therefore, the CT and INT pins are activated
very quickly after power-up if an overtemperature event is
present at power-up.
The conversion clock for the part is generated internally.
No external clock is required except when reading from and
writing to the serial port.
In continuous conversion mode, the internal clock is reset after
every read or write operation. This causes the device to start a
temperature conversion after every read or write, the result of
which is typically available 240 ms later. Reading from the
device before a conversion is complete causes the ADT7410 to
finish converting and store the result in a shadow temperature
value register. The read operation provides the previous
conversion result. As soon as communication to the ADT7410
is complete, the result in the temporary temperature value
register is moved into the live temperature value register that
can be accessed by the I2C interface.
The measured temperature value is compared with a critical
temperature limit, stored in the 16-bit TCRIT read/write register,
a high temperature limit, stored in the 16-bit THIGH read/write
register, and a low temperature limit, stored in the 16-bit TLOW
read/write register. If the measured value exceeds these limits, the
INT pin is activated and if it exceeds the TCRIT limit, the CT pin is
activated. This INT and CT pins are programmable for polarity
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via the configuration register while the INT and CT pins are also
programmable for interrupt mode via the configuration register.
ONE-SHOT MODE
Setting Bit 5 = 1 and Bit 6 = 0 of the configuration register
enables the one-shot mode. When this mode is enabled, the
ADT7410 immediately does a conversion and then goes into
shutdown mode.
Wait for a minimum of 240 ms after writing to the one-shot bits
before reading back the temperature from the temperature
value register. This time ensures that the ADT7410 has time to
power up and do a conversion.
The one-shot mode is useful when one of the circuit design
priorities is to reduce power consumption.
One Sample Per Second Mode
In this mode, the part does a conversion taking 60mS and then
goes to an idle state for 0.94 Secs, then wakes up and does
another conversion taking 60 mS and goes to the idle state
again, and so on... The temperature accuracy is also reduced
but this can be compensated by greatly reduced current
consumption. The current consumption is reduced to typically
45 μA when VDD is 3.3 V and 50 μA when VDD is
5 V. This mode is enabled by writing Bit 5 = 0 and Bit 6 = 1. As
soon as Bit D5 and Bit D6 are configured, the ADT7410 does a
temperature conversion, and powers down.
CT & INT Operation in One-Shot Mode
Both the one sample per second and standard one-shot
temperature measurements cause the INT and CT pins to go
active if the temperature exceeds their corresponding
temperature limits. Therefore, it is quite possible that the
temperature can exceed the interrupt limits for quite some time
before a one-shot conversion is activated. Refer to Figure 13 for
more information on one-shot CT pin operation for TCRIT
overtemperature events when one of the limits is exceeded.
Note that in interrupt mode, a read from any register resets the
INT and CT pins after it is activated by a write to the one-shot
or 1 SPS bits.
For the INT pin, in the comparator mode, once the temperature
drops below the THIGH – THYST value or goes above the TLOW +
THYST value, a write to the one-shot or 1 SPS bits resets the INT
pin.
For the CT pin, in the comparator mode, once the temperature
drops below the TCRIT – THYST value, a write to the one-shot or 1
SPS bits resets the CT pin. See Fig 13.
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ADT7410
TEMPERATURE
149°C
148°C
147°C
TCRIT
146°C
145°C
144°C
143°C
TCRIT – THYST
142°C
141°C
140°C
CT PIN
POLARITY =
ACTIVE LOW
CT PIN
POLARITY =
ACTIVE HIGH
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TIME
*THERE IS A 240ms DELAY BETWEEN WRITING TO THE
CONFIGURATION REGISTER TO START A STANDARD
ONE-SHOT CONVERSION AND THE CT PIN GOING
ACTIVE. THIS IS DUE TO THE CONVERSION TIME. THE
DELAY IS 60ms IN THE CASE OF A 1 SPS CONVERSION.
Figure 13. One-Shot CT Pin
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WRITE TO
WRITE TO
WRITE TO
D5 AND D6 OF
D5 AND D6 OF
D5 AND D6 OF
CONFIGURATION CONFIGURATION CONFIGURATION
REG.*
REG.*
REG.*
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SHUTDOWN
The ADT7410 can be placed in shutdown mode via the
configuration register, in which case the entire IC is shut down
and no further conversions are initiated until the ADT7410 is
taken out of shutdown mode. The ADT7410 can be taken out of
shutdown mode by writing 00 to Bit 5 and Bit 6 in the
configuration register. The ADT7410 typically takes TBD ms to
come out of shutdown mode. The conversion result from the
last conversion prior to shutdown can still be read from the
ADT7410 even when it is in shutdown mode. When the part is
taken out of shutdown mode, the internal clock is started and a
conversion is initiated.
FAULT QUEUE
Bit D0 and Bit D1 of the configuration register is used to set up
a fault queue. Up to four faults is provided to prevent false
tripping of the INT and CT pins when the ADT7410 is used in
a noisy temperature environment. The number of faults set in
the queue must occur consecutively to set the INT and CT
outputs. For example, if the number of faults set in the queue is
four, then four consecutive temperature conversions must occur
with each result exceeding a temperature limit in any of the
limit registers before the INT and CT pins are activated. If two
consecutive temperature conversions exceed a temperature limit
and the third conversion does not, the fault count is reset back
to zero.
temperature data format can still use the ADT7410 by ignoring
the last four LSBs of the 13-bit temperature value. These four
LSBs are Bit D3 to Bit D6 in Table 5.
Table 5. 13-Bit Temperature Data Format
Temperature
−55°C
−50°C
−25°C
−0.0625°C
0°C
+0.0625°C
+10°C
+25°C
+50°C
+75°C
+100°C
+125°C
+150°C
Digital Output (Binary)
D15 to D3
1 1100 1001 0000
1 1100 1110 0000
1 1110 0111 0000
1 1111 1111 1111
0 0000 0000 0000
0 0000 0000 0001
0 0000 1010 0000
0 0001 1001 0000
0 0011 0010 0000
0 0100 1011 0000
0 0110 0100 0000
0 0111 1101 0000
0 1001 0110 0000
Digital Output
(Hex)
0x1C90
0x1CE0
0x1E70
0x1FFF
0x000
0x001
0x0A0
0x190
0x320
0x4B0
0x640
0x7D0
0x960
Temperature Conversion Formulas
16-Bit Temperature Data Format
•
•
•
Positive Temperature = ADC Code(d)/128
Negative Temperature = (ADC Code(d)1− 65536)/128
Negative Temperature = (ADC Code(d)2 – 32768)/128
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13-Bit Temperature Data Format
TEMPERATURE DATA FORMAT
One LSB of the ADC corresponds to 0.0625°C. The ADC can
theoretically measure a temperature range of 255°C, but the
ADT7410 is guaranteed to measure a low value temperature
limit of −55°C to a high value temperature limit of +150°C.
The temperature measurement result is stored in the 16-bit
temperature value register and is compared with the high
temperature limits stored in the TCRIT setpoint register and
the THIGH setpoint register. It is also compared with the low
temperature limit stored in the TLOW setpoint register.
Temperature data in the temperature value register, the TCRIT
setpoint register, the THIGH setpoint register and the TLOW
setpoint register is represented by a 13-bit twos complement
word. The MSB is the temperature sign bit. The three LSBs,
Bit D0 to Bit D2, on power-up default, are not part of the
temperature conversion result and are flag bits for TCRIT,
THIGH and TLOW. Table 5 shows the 13-bit temperature data
format without Bit D0 to Bit D2.
•
•
•
Positive Temperature = ADC Code(d)/16
Negative Temperature = (ADC Code(d)1− 8192)/16
Negative Temperature = (ADC Code(d)2 – 4096)/16
10-Bit Temperature Data Format
•
•
•
Positive Temperature = ADC Code(d)/2
Negative Temperature = (ADC Code(d)3 – 1024)/2
Negative Temperature = (ADC Code(d)4 – 512)/2
9-Bit Temperature Data Format
•
•
•
Positive Temperature = ADC Code(d)
Negative Temperature = ADC Code(d)5 – 512
Negative Temperature = ADC Code(d)6 – 256
1
For ADC Code, use all 13 bits of the data byte, including the sign bit.
For ADC Code, Bit D15 (sign bit) is removed from the ADC code.
3
For ADC Code, use all 10 bits of the data byte, including the sign bit.
4
Bit D9 (sign bit) is removed from the ADC code.
5
For the ADC Code, use all nine bits of the data byte, including the sign bit.
6
Bit D8 (sign bit) is removed from the ADC code.
2
The number of bits in the temperature data word can be
extended to 16 bits, twos complement, by setting D7 = 1 in the
configuration register. When using a16-bit temperature data
value, Bit D0 to Bit D2 are not used as flag bits and are now the
LSB bits of the temperature value. The power-on default setting
is to have a 13-bit temperature data value.
Reading back the temperature from the temperature value
register requires a 2-byte read. Designers that use a 9-bit
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ADT7410
REGISTERS
The ADT7410 contains thirteen registers:
ADDRESS POINTER REGISTER
•
Nine temperature registers
•
One status register
•
One ID register
•
One configuration register
•
One address pointer register
This 8-bit write-only register is used as a pointer to the other
registers on the ADT7410. This register is always the first
register written to during a write to the ADT7410. It should be
set to the address of the register to which the write or read
transaction is intended. Table 7 shows the register address of
each register on the ADT7410. The default value of the address
pointer register is 0x00.
All registers are 8 bits wide. The temperature value register, the
status register, and the ID register are read-only. Both a read and
write can be performed on the rest of the registers. On power-up,
the address pointer register is loaded with 0x00 and points to
the to the temperature value register MSB.
Table 6. ADT7410 Registers
Address Pointer
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
0x04
0x05
0x06
0x07
0x08
0x09
0x0A
0x0B
Description
Temperature
value MSB
Temperature value
LSB
Status
Configuration
THIGH MSB
THIGH LSB
TLOW MSB
TLOW LSB
TCRIT MSB
TCRIT LSB
THYST
ID
Power-On Default
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x20 (+64°C)
0x00 (+64°C)
0X05 (+10°C)
0x00 (+10°C)
0x49 (+147°C)
0x80 (+147°C)
0x05 (5°C)
0x00
Table 7. Address Pointer Register
P7
ADD
7
P6
ADD
6
P5
ADD
5
P4
ADD
4
P3
ADD
3
P2
ADD
2
P1
ADD
1
P0
ADD
0
TEMPERATURE VALUE REGISTERS
The Temperature Value MSB and Temperature Value LSB
registers store the temperature measured by the internal
temperature sensor. The temperature is stored in twos
complement format with the MSB being the temperature sign
bit. When reading from these registers, the eight MSBs (Bit D15
to Bit D8) are read first from Register Address 0x00 and then
the eight LSBs (Bit D7 to Bit D0) are read from Register Address
0x01. Only the register address 0x00 (temperature value MSB)
needs to be loaded into the address pointer register as the
address pointer autoincrements to Address 0x01 (temperature
value LSB).
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Bit D0 to Bit D2 are event alarm flags. Bit D0 to Bit D2 are event
alarm flags for TCRIT, THIGH, and TLOW. When the ADC is
configured to convert the temperature to a 15-bit digital value
then D0 to D2 are no longer used as flag bits and are instead
used as the LSB bits for the extended digital value.
Table 8. Temperature Value MSB Register
Address
0x00
Data Bit
[14:8]
[15]
Default Value
0
0
Type
R
R
Name
Temp
Sign
Description
Temperature Value in 2s complement format
Sign Bit. Indicates if temperature value is negative or positive
Description
Flags TLOW event. While temperature value is below TLOW, this bit is set to
1. If Configuration register[7] = 1, this contains the LSB0 of the 15 bit
temperature value
Flags THIGH event. While temperature value is above THIGH, this bit is set
to 1. If Configuration register[7] = 1, this contains the LSB1 of the 15
bit temperature value
Flags TCRIT event. While temperature value exceeds TCRIT, this bit is set to
1. If Configuration register[7] = 1, this contains the LSB2 of the 15 bit
temperature value
Temperature Value in 2s complement format
Table 9. Temperature Value LSB Register
Address
0x01
Data Bit
[0]
Default Value
0
Type
R
Name
TLOW Flag/ LSB0
[1]
0
R
THIGH Flag/ LSB1
[2]
0
R
TCRIT Flag/LSB2
[7:3]
0
R
Temp
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STATUS REGISTER
This 8-bit read-only register reflects the status of the over temperature and under temperature interrupts that can cause the CT and INT pins
to go active. It also reflects the status of a temperature conversion operation. The interrupt flags in this register are reset by a read operation
to the status register and/or when the temperature value returns within the temperature limits, less the hysteresis value. The RDYB bit is
reset after a read from the temperature value register. In one-shot and 1 SPS modes, the RDYB bit is reset after a write to the one-shot bits.
Table 10. Status Register
Address
0x02
Data Bit
[3:0]
[4]
Default Value
000
0
Type
R
R
Name
Unused
TLOW
[5]
0
R
THIGH
[6]
0
R
TCRIT
[7]
1
R
RDBY
Description
Reads back 0
This bit is set to 1 when the temperature goes below the TLOW
temperature limit. The bit is cleared to 0 when the status register is
read and/or when the temperature measured goes back above the
limit set in TLOW + THYST registers.
This bit is set to 1 when the temperature goes above the THIGH
temperature limit. The bit is cleared to 0 when the status register is
read and/or when the temperature measured goes back below the
limit set in THIGH − THYST registers
This bit is set to 1 when the temperature goes over the TCRIT
temperature limit. This bit clears to 0 when the status register is read
and/or when the temperature measured goes back below the limit set
in TCRIT − THYST registers.
This bit goes low when the temperature conversion result is written
into the temperature value register. It is reset to 1 when the
temperature value register is read. In one-shot and 1 SPS modes, this
bit is reset after a write to the one-shot bits.
CONFIGURATION REGISTER
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This 8-bit read/write register stores various configuration modes for the ADT7410, including shutdown, over temperature and under
temperature interrupts, one-shot, continuous conversion, interrupt pins polarity, and overtemperature fault queues .
Table 11. Configuration Register
Address
0x03
Data Bit
[1:0]
Default Value
00
Type
R/W
Name
Fault
queue
[2]
0
R/W
CT pin
polarity
[3]
0
R/W
INT pin
polarity
[4]
0
R/W
INT/CT
mode
[6:5]
00
R/W
Operation
mode
[7]
0
R/W
Resolution
Description
These two bits set the number of overtemperature faults that occur
before setting the INT and CT pins. This helps to avoid false triggering
due to temperature noise.
00 = 1 fault (default)
01 = 2 faults
10 = 3 faults
11= 4 faults
This bit selects the output polarity of the CT pin.
0 = active low; 1 = active high.
This bit selects the output polarity of the INT pin.
0 = active low; 1 = active high.
This bit selects between comparator and interrupt mode.
0 = interrupt mode; 1 = comparator mode
These two bits set the operational mode for the ADT7410.
00 = continuous conversion (default). Once one conversion is finished,
the ADT7410 starts another
01 = One shot. Conversion time is typically 240 ms
10 = One Sample Per Sec (SPS) Mode. Conversion time is typically 60
ms. This operational mode reduces the average current consumption.
11= Shutdown. All circuitry except interface circuitry is powered down
This bit sets up the resolution of the ADC when converting.
0 = 13-Bit resolution. Sign bit + 12 bits gives a temperature resolution
of 0.0625°C
1 = 16-Bit resolution. Sign bit + 15 bits gives a temperature resolution
of 0.0078125°C
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ADT7410
THIGH SETPOINT REGISTERS
The THIGH MSB and THIGH LSB registers store the over temperature limit value. An over temperature event occurs when the temperature
value stored in the temperature value register exceeds the value stored in this register. The INT pin is activated if an over temperature
event occurs The temperature is stored in twos complement format with the MSB being the temperature sign bit.
When reading from this register, the eight MSBs (Bit D15 to Bit D8) are read first from Register Address 0x04 and then the eight LSBs
(Bit D7 to Bit D0) are read from Register Address 0x05. Only Register Address 0x04 (THIGH MSB) needs to be loaded into the address
pointer register as the address pointer autoincrements to Address 0x05 (THIGH LSB).
The default setting for the THIGH setpoint is +64°C
Table 12. THIGH Setpoint MSB Register
Address
0x04
Data Bit
[15:8]
Default Value
0x20
Type
R/W
Name
THIGH MSB
Description
MSBs of the over temperature limit, stored in 2’s complement format.
Type
R/W
Name
THIGH LSB
Description
LSBs of the over temperature limit, stored in 2’s complement format.
Table 13. THIGH Setpoint LSB Register
Address
0x05
Data Bit
[7:0]
Default Value
0x00
TLOW SETPOINT REGISTERS
The TLOW MSB and TLOW LSB registers store the under temperature limit value. An under temperature event occurs when the temperature
value stored in the temperature value register is less than the value stored in this register. The INT pin is activated if an under temperature
event occurs. The temperature is stored in twos complement format with the MSB being the temperature sign bit.
When reading from this register, the eight MSBs (Bit D15 to Bit D8) are read first from Register Address 0x06 and then the eight LSBs (Bit
D7 to Bit D0) are read from Register Address 0x07. Only the register address 0x06 (TLOW MSB) needs to be loaded into the address pointer
register as the address pointer autoincrements to Address 0x07 (TLOW LSB).
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The default setting has the TLOW setpoint is 10°C.
Table 14. TLOW Setpoint MSB Register
Address
0x06
Data Bit
[15:8]
Default Value
0x05
Type
R/W
Name
TLOW MSB
Description
MSBs of the under temperature limit, stored in 2’s complement format.
Type
R/W
Name
TLOW LSB
Description
LSBs of the under temperature limit, stored in 2’s complement format.
Table 15. TLOW Setpoint LSB Register
Address
0x07
Data Bit
[7:0]]
Default Value
0x00
TCRIT SETPOINT REGISTERS
The TCRIT MSB and TCRIT LSB registers store the critical over temperature limit value. A critical over temperature event occurs when the
temperature value stored in the temperature value register exceeds the value stored in this register. The CT pin is activated if a critical
over temperature event occurs. The temperature is stored in twos complement format with the MSB being the temperature sign bit.
When reading from this register, the eight MSBs (Bit D15 to Bit D8) are read first from Register Address 0x08 and then the eight LSBs
(Bit D7 to Bit D0) are read from Register Address 0x09. Only the register address 0x08 (TCRIT MSB) needs to be loaded into the address
pointer register as the address pointer autoincrements to Address 0x09 (TCRIT LSB).
The default setting has the TCRIT limit at +147°C.
Table 16. TCRIT Setpoint MSB Register
Address
0X08
Data Bit
[15:8]
Default Value
0x49
Type
R/W
Name
TCRIT MSB
Description
MSBs of the critical over temperature limit, stored in 2’s complement format.
Type
R/W
Name
TCRIT LSB
Description
LSBs of the critical over temperature limit, stored in 2’s complement format.
Table 17. TCRIT Setpoint LSB Register
Address
0X09
Data Bit
[7:0]
Default Value
0x80
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THYST SETPOINT REGISTER
This 8-bit read/write register stores the temperature hysteresis value for the THIGH, TLOW, and TCRIT temperature limits. The temperature
hysteresis value is stored in straight binary format using the four LSBs. Increments are possible in steps of 1°C from 0°C to +15°C. The
value in this register is added to the THIGH and TCRIT values, and subtracted from the TLOW value, to implement hysteresis,
Table 18. THYST Setpoint Register
Address
101
Data Bit
[3:0]
Default Value
0x5
Type
R/W
Name
THYST
[7:
X
R/W
N/A
Description
Hysteresis value ,from0°C to +15°C. Stored in straight binary format.
The default setting is 5°C
Not Used
MANUFACTURER ID REGISTER
This 8-bit read-only register stores the manufacturer ID in Bit D3 to Bit D7 and the silicon revision in Bit D0 to Bit D2
Table 19. Manufacturer ID Register
Address
0x0B
Data Bit
[2:0]
[7:3]
Default Value
000
11001
Type
R
R
Name
Rev ID
Man ID
Description
Contains the silicon revision identification number
Contains the manufacturer identification number
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ADT7410
SERIAL INTERFACE
Control of the ADT7410 is carried out via the I2C/ SMBuscompatible serial interface. The ADT7410 is connected to this
bus as a slave and is under the control of a master device.
The serial bus protocol operates as follows:
1.
Figure 14 shows a typical I2C interface connection.
PULL-UP
VDD
10kΩ
10kΩ
TURN
ON FAN
VDD
ADT7410
CT
INT
TO INTERRUPT PIN
ON MICROCONTROLLER
PULL-UP
VDD
VDD
A0
A1
10kΩ
10kΩ
0.1µF
SCL
SDA
GND
SMBus/I2C ADDRESS = 1001 000
06560-013
PULL-UP
VDD
2.
Figure 14. Typical II2C Interface Connection
Serial Bus Address
Like all I2C-compatible devices, the ADT7410 has a 7-bit serial
address. The five MSBs of this address for the ADT7410 are set
to 10010. Pin A1 and Pin A0 set the two LSBs. These pins can
be configured two ways, low and high, to give four different
address options. Table 20 shows the different bus address
options available. The recommended pull-up resistor value on
the SDA and SCL lines is 10 kΩ.
3.
Table 20. SMBus/I2C Bus Address Options
A6
1
1
1
1
A5
0
0
0
0
A4
0
0
0
0
The master initiates data transfer by establishing a start
condition, defined as a high to low transition on the serial
data line SDA, while the serial clock line SCL remains high.
This indicates that an address/data stream is going to
follow. All slave peripherals connected to the serial bus
respond to the start condition and shift in the next eight
bits, consisting of a 7-bit address (MSB first) plus a
read/write (R/W) bit. The R/W bit determines whether
data is written to, or read from, the slave device.
The peripheral with the address corresponding to the
transmitted address responds by pulling the data line low
during the low period before the ninth clock pulse, known
as the acknowledge bit. All other devices on the bus now
remain idle while the selected device waits for data to be
read from or written to it. If the R/W bit is a zero, the
master writes to the slave device. If the R/W bit is a one,
the master reads from the slave device.
Data is sent over the serial bus in sequences of nine clock
pulses, eight bits of data followed by an acknowledge bit
from the receiver of data. Transitions on the data line must
occur during the low period of the clock signal and remain
stable during the high period as a low-to-high transition when
the clock is high, which can be interpreted as a stop signal.
When all data bytes have been read or written, stop
conditions are established. In write mode, the master pulls
the data line high during the 10th clock pulse to assert a
stop condition. In read mode, the master device pulls the
data line high during the low period before the ninth clock
pulse. This is known as a no acknowledge. The master
takes the data line low during the low period before the
10th clock pulse, then high during the 10th clock pulse to
assert a stop condition.
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A3
1
1
1
1
A2
0
0
0
0
A1
0
0
1
1
A0
0
1
0
1
Hex
0x48
0x49
0x4A
0x4B
The ADT7410 is designed with an I2C/SMBus timeout. The I2C
interface times out after 75 ms to 325 ms of no activity on the
SDA line. After this timeout, the ADT7410 resets the SDA line
back to its idle state (SDA set to high impedance) and waits for
the next start condition.
4.
It is not possible to mix read and write in one operation because
the type of operation is determined at the beginning and cannot
subsequently be changed without starting a new operation.
The I2C address set up by the two address pins is not latched by
the device until after this address has been sent twice. On the
eighth SCL cycle of the second valid communication, the serial bus
address is latched in. This is the SCL cycle directly after the device
has seen its own I2C serial bus address. Any subsequent changes on
this pin have no affect on the I2C serial bus address
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Writing a single byte of data consists of the serial bus address,
the data register address written to the address pointer register,
followed by the data byte written to the selected data register.
This is shown in Figure 16.
WRITING DATA
Depending on the register being written to, there are two
different write transactions for the ADT7410.
Writing to the Address Pointer Register for a
Subsequent Read
For the THIGH, TLOW, and TCRIT registers, it is possible to write to
both the MSb and the LSDB registers in the same write
transaction. Writing two bytes of data to these registers consists
of the serial bus address, the data register address of the MSB
register written to the address pointer register, followed by the
two data bytes written to the selected data register. This is
shown in Figure 17.
To read data from a particular register, the address pointer
register must contain the address of that register. If it does not,
the correct address must be written to the address pointer
register by performing a single-byte write operation, as shown
in Figure 15. The write operation consists of the serial bus
address followed by the address pointer byte. No data is written
to any of the data registers. A read operation is then performed
to read the register.
If more than the required number of data bytes is written to a
register, the register ignores these extra data bytes. To write to a
different register, a start or repeated start is required.
Writing Data to a Register
It is possible to write either a single byte of data , or two bytes,
to the ADT7410, depending on which registers are to be
written.
1
9
1
9
SCL
1
SDA
0
0
A1
A0
R/W
P7
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
P0
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ADT7410
FRAME 1
SERIAL BUS ADDRESS
BYTE
ACK. BY
ADT7410
FRAME 2
ADDRESS POINTER REGISTER BYTE
Figure 15. Writing to the Address Pointer Register to Select a Register for a Subsequent Read Operation
1
9
1
9
SCL
1
0
0
1
0
A1
A0
START BY
MASTER
P7
R/W
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
P0
ACK. BY
ADT7410
ACK. BY
ADT7410
FRAME 1
SERIAL BUS ADDRESS BYTE
FRAME 2
ADDRESS POINTER REGISTER BYTE
1
9
SCL (CONTINUED)
SDA (CONTINUED)
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
ACK. BY
ADT7410
FRAME 3
DATA BYTE
Figure 16. Writing to the Address Pointer Register Followed by a Single Byte of Data
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MASTER
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STOP BY
MASTER
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MASTER
0
1
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1
9
1
9
SCL
1
SDA
0
0
1
0
A1
A0
P7
R/W
START BY
MASTER
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
P0
ACK. BY
ADT7410
ACK. BY
ADT7410
FRAME 1
SERIAL BUS ADDRESS BYTE
FRAME 2
ADDRESS POINTER REGISTER BYTE
1
1
9
9
SCL (CONTINUED)
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
ACK. BY
ADT7410
ACK. BY
ADT7410
STOP BY
MASTER
FRAME 4
DATA BYTE
FRAME 3
DATA BYTE
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SDA (CONTINUED)
Figure 17. Writing to the Address Pointer Register Followed by Two Bytes of Data
back from the 2-byte registers, the address pointer automatically
increments from the MSB register address to the LSB register
address.
READING DATA
Reading data from the ADT7410 is done in a 1-data byte
operation for the configuration register, the status register, the
THYST register and the ID register. A 2-data byte read operation
is needed for the temperature value register, THIGH register, TLOW
register, and the TCRIT register. Reading back the contents of the
configuration register is shown in Figure 18. Reading back the
contents of the temperature value register is shown in Figure 19.
To read from another register, execute another write to the
address pointer register to set up the relevant register address.
Thus, block reads are not possible, that is, there is no I2C address
pointer autoincrement except when reading back from a 16-bit
register. If the address pointer register has previously been set up
with the address of the register that is going to receive a read
command, there is no need to repeat a write operation to set up
the register address again.
Reading back from any register first requires a single-byte write
operation to the address pointer register to set up the address of
the register that is going to be read from. In the case of reading
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1
1
9
SCL
1
0
0
1
0
A1
START BY
MASTER
A0
R/W
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
ACK. BY
ADT7410
FRAME 1
SERIAL BUS ADDRESS
BYTE
NO ACK. BY
MASTER
FRAME 2
DATA BYTE FROM CONFIGURATION
REGISTER
Figure 18. Reading Back Data from the Configuration Register
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D0
STOP BY
MASTER
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SDA
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1
9
1
9
SCL
1
0
0
1
0
A1
A0
START BY
MASTER
D15
R/W
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
ACK. BY
ADT7410
ACK. BY
MASTER
FRAME 1
SERIAL BUS ADDRESS BYTE
FRAME 2
MSB DATA BYTE FROM TEMPERATURE
VALUE REGISTER
1
9
SCL (CONTINUED)
SDA (CONTINUED)
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
NO ACK. BY
MASTER
FRAME 3
LSB DATA BYTE FROM TEMPERATURE
VALUE REGISTER
Figure 19. Reading Back Data from the Temperature Value Register
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STOP BY
MASTER
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SDA
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Comparator Mode
INT & CT OUTPUTS
In comparator mode, the INT pin returns to its inactive status
when the temperature measured drops below the
THIGH − THYST limit or rises above the TLOW + THYST limit.
The INT and CT pins are open drain and require a pull-up
resistor to VCC.
INT OVERTEMPERATURE MODES
Putting the ADT7410 into shutdown mode does not reset the
INT state in comparator mode.
The ADT7410 INT and CT pins have two temperature interrupt
modes, comparator mode and interrupt mode. The interrupt
mode is the default power-up overtemperature mode. The INT
output pin becomes active when the temperature is greater than
the temperature stored in the THIGH setpoint register or less than
the temperature stored in the TLOW setpoint register. How this
pin reacts after this event depends on the overtemperature
mode selected.
Interrupt Mode
In interrupt mode, the INT pin goes inactive when any ADT7410
register is read. Once the INT pin is reset, it goes active again
only when the temperature is greater than the temperature
stored in the THIGH setpoint register or less than the temperature
stored in the TLOW setpoint register.
Placing the ADT7410 into shutdown mode resets the INT pin
in the interrupt mode.
Figure 20 illustrates the comparator and interrupt modes for
events exceeding the THIGH limit with both pin polarity settings.
Figure 21 illustrates the comparator and interrupt modes for
events exceeding the TLOW limit with both pin polarity settings.
TEMPERATURE
82°C
81°C
THIGH
80°C
79°C
78°C
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76°C
THIGH - THYST
75°C
74°C
73°C
INT PIN
(COMPARATOR MODE)
POLARITY = ACTIVE LOW
INT PIN
(INTERRUPT MODE)
POLARITY = ACTIVE LOW
INT PIN
(COMPARATOR MODE)
POLARITY = ACTIVE HIGH
TIME
READ
READ
READ
Figure 20. INT Output Temperature Response Diagram for THIGH Overtemperature Events
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INT PIN
(INTERRUPT MODE)
POLARITY = ACTIVE HIGH
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TEMPERATURE
-13°C
-14°C
TLOW + THYST
-15°C
-16°C
-17°C
-18°C
-19°C
TLOW
-20°C
-21°C
-23°C
INT PIN
(COMPARATOR MODE)
POLARITY = ACTIVE LOW
INT PIN
(INTERRUPT MODE)
POLARITY = ACTIVE LOW
INT PIN
(COMPARATOR MODE)
POLARITY = ACTIVE HIGH
TIME
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READ
READ
READ
Figure 21. INT Output Temperature Response Diagram for TLOW Overtemperature Events
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INT PIN
(INTERRUPT MODE)
POLARITY = ACTIVE HIGH
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ADT7410
APPLICATION INFORMATION
TEMPERATURE MONITORING
THERMAL RESPONSE TIME
The time required for a temperature sensor to settle to a specified
accuracy is a function of the thermal mass of the sensor and the
thermal conductivity between the sensor and the object being
sensed. Thermal mass is often considered equivalent to capacitance. Thermal conductivity is commonly specified using the
symbol Q, and can be thought of as thermal resistance. It is
commonly specified in units of degrees per watt of power
transferred across the thermal joint. Thus, the time required
for the ADT7410 to settle to the desired accuracy is dependent
on the package selected, the thermal contact established in that
particular application, and the equivalent power of the heat
source. In most applications, the settling time is probably best
determined empirically.
SUPPLY DECOUPLING
The ADT7410 should be decoupled with a 0.1 μF ceramic
capacitor between VDD and GND. This is particularly important
when the ADT7410 is mounted remotely from the power
supply. Precision analog products, such as the ADT7410,
require a well-filtered power source. Because the ADT7410
operates from a single supply, it might seem convenient to tap
into the digital logic power supply.
The ADT7410 is ideal for monitoring the thermal environment
within electronic equipment. For example, the surface-mounted
package accurately reflects the exact thermal conditions that
affect nearby integrated circuits.
The ADT7410 measures and converts the temperature at the
surface of its own semiconductor chip. When the ADT7410 is
used to measure the temperature of a nearby heat source, the
thermal impedance between the heat source and the ADT7410
must be considered. Often a thermocouple or other temperature
sensor is used to measure the temperature of the source, while
the temperature is monitored by reading back from the
ADT7410 temperature value register.
Once the thermal impedance is determined, the temperature of
the heat source can be inferred from the ADT7410 output. As
much as 60% of the heat transferred from the heat source to
the thermal sensor on the ADT7410 die is discharged via the
copper tracks, the package pins, and the bond pads. Of the pins
on the ADT7410, the GND pin transfers most of the heat.
Therefore, to measure the temperature of a heat source, it is
recommended that the thermal resistance between the ADT7410
GND pin and the GND of the heat source is reduced as much as
possible.
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Unfortunately, the logic supply is often a switch-mode design,
which generates noise in the 20 kHz to 1 MHz range. In
addition, fast logic gates can generate glitches hundreds of mV
in amplitude due to wiring resistance and inductance.
If possible, the ADT7410 should be powered directly from the
system power supply. This arrangement, shown in Figure 22,
isolates the analog section from the logic switching transients.
Even if a separate power supply trace is not available, generous
supply bypassing reduces supply-line induced errors. Local
supply bypassing consisting of a 0.1 μF ceramic capacitor is
critical for the temperature accuracy specifications to be
achieved. This decoupling capacitor must be placed as close as
possible to the ADT7410 VDD pin.
0.1µF
ADT7410
POWER
SUPPLY
06560-021
TTL/CMOS
LOGIC
CIRCUITS
For example, use the unique properties of the ADT7410 to
monitor a high power dissipation microprocessor. The
ADT7410 device, in a surface-mounted package, is mounted
directly beneath the pin grid array (PGA) package of the
microprocessor. The ADT7410 produces a linear temperature
output while needing only two I/O pins and requiring no
external characterization.
Figure 22. Use Separate Traces to Reduce Power Supply Noise
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OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
5.00 (0.1968)
4.80 (0.1890)
8
4.00 (0.1574)
3.80 (0.1497) 1
5
1.27 (0.0500)
BSC
0.25 (0.0098)
0.10 (0.0040)
6.20 (0.2440)
4 5.80 (0.2284)
1.75 (0.0688)
1.35 (0.0532)
0.51 (0.0201)
COPLANARITY
SEATING 0.31 (0.0122)
0.10
PLANE
0.50 (0.0196)
× 45°
0.25 (0.0099)
8°
0.25 (0.0098) 0° 1.27 (0.0500)
0.40 (0.0157)
0.17 (0.0067)
COMPLIANT TO JEDEC STANDARDS MS-012-AA
CONTROLLING DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS; INCH DIMENSIONS
(IN PARENTHESES) ARE ROUNDED-OFF MILLIMETER EQUIVALENTS FOR
REFERENCE ONLY AND ARE NOT APPROPRIATE FOR USE IN DESIGN
Figure 23. 8-Lead Standard Small Outline Package [SOIC_N]
(R-8)
Dimensions shown in millimeters
ORDERING GUIDE
Model
ADT7410Z2
1
2
Temperature Range
–55°C to +150°C
Temperature Accuracy1
±0.5°C
Temperature accuracy is over the 0°C to +70°C temperature range.
Z = RoHS Compliant Part.
Package Description
8-Lead SOIC_N
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Package Option
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