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Part Number: TMP411
My customer is using TMP411 and wants to know the THERM pin (pin 4) logic.
Test condition: -40 degree C, and TMP411 is used to enable the whole system. I want to double check the status of THERM pin at power on. is default setting for the THERM range 0~85C, or just below 85C?
customer found the system start up normally at -40C. could you please double confirm whether there's low temp limit at power up of the THERM pin?
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Mike, The default startup THERM limit 0x55 (85C in standard temperature mode and 21°C in extended temperature mode, pg 25 of datasheet). Table 3 Register Map Summary also has the default value information for various registers. Is the customer experiencing problems? -Kelvin
In reply to Kelvin Le THS:
thanks for response. Customer's question is whether there's any low temperature limit for the THERM pin?
for ALERT or THERM2, there're both high and low limit. How about the THERM?
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In reply to Mike Wang2:
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