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Maxim MAX6650 (sensor)

Added by ALMICO on 19 jul 2002

The MAX6650/MAX6651 fan controllers use an I2C/SMBus-compatible interface to regulate and monitor the speed of 5VDC/12VDC brushless fans with built-in tachometers. They automatically force the fan's tachometer frequency (fan speed) to match a preprogrammed value in the Fan-Speed Register by using an external MOSFET or bipolar transistor to linearly regulate the voltage across the fan. The MAX6650 regulates the speed of a single fan by monitoring its tachometer output. The MAX6651 also regulates the speed of a single fan, but it contains additional tachometer inputs to monitor up to four fans and control them as a single unit when they are used in parallel. The MAX6650/MAX6651 provide general-purpose input/output (GPIO) pins that serve as digital inputs, digital outputs, or various hardware interfaces. Capable of sinking 10mA, these open-drain inputs/outputs can drive an LED. To add additional hardware control, configure GPIO1 to fully turn on the fan in case of software failure. To generate an interrupt when a fault condition is detected, configure GPIO0 to behave as an activelow alert output. Synchronize multiple devices by setting GPIO2 (MAX6651 only) as an internal clock output or an external clock input. The MAX6650 is available in a space-saving 10-pin uMAX package, and the MAX6651 is available in a small 16-pin QSOP package.

Feature Date Vote Voted by Comment
Power 20 sep 2003 5 POSSESSED
Circuit may need to switch a couple amps.
Reliability 20 sep 2003 9 POSSESSED
Providing your circuit is built well and accepts the current drain. (CCT never failed for me :) )
Ease of use 20 sep 2003 5 POSSESSED
Speedfan setup easy, circuit quite difficult to build, good soldering skills required.
Features 20 sep 2003 5 POSSESSED
Speedfan supports open/closed loops, software on and off.

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