1.) “Fusion Digital Power Designer GUI” interface does not allow an 11th pin to be added ( only 10 pins can be monitored). The chip itself supports 11 inputs. Customer wants ability to monitor all 11 inputs MON-1 to MON-11.
2.) Page 23 of data sheet, Table 4 " GPIO pin configuration Options" does not match pin assignment on page 6 "Device information".
1. For UCD9090, you can only define 10 voltage rails or 10 monitors used for voltage. The 11th can be used along with one of the 10 voltage rails as a temperature or current monitor (with appropriate scaling).
2. You are correct and thanks for the catch. It seems that all GPIO pin #'s in Table 4 are +1 from the correct value. I will submit this for correction.
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