The USB to SMBusTM Interface board allows communication between a Digital-DCTM evaluation board and a PC. This interface board has been designed to bridge PMBusTM commands from a PC application program to the SMBus. The PMBus command set is used to configure a Digital-DC device as well as monitor the power supply. PMBus commands are accessed using interface software from a PC running Microsoft Windows.
- SMBus control via USB
- SMBus 2.0 and I2C 2.1 compatible
- PMBus compliant
- Self powered from USB
- Pre-installed firmware
- Provides SMBus reference rail
This board has been designed to operate for the following conditions:
- Interface to Digital-DC EVBs
- fSMBus = 100 kHz
- Temperature range: 0°C to +70°C
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