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Philip Pokorny ppokorny at penguincomputing.com
Mon Aug 11 05:50:25 CEST 2003

The SFR at 0x7c has an offset register configuration bit (bit 4) that could 
effect which voltage the offset applies.  That feature has not been 
implemented yet.

The CONF register at 0x7f has a fan spin up reduction mode that has been 
implemented in some of my other drivers or on other chips in this driver, but 
not implemented yet.

Adding the D102 should be simple.


Jean Delvare wrote:

>>btw, if you update the detection to also check for 65 as version
>>number you support the EMC6D102, I have not found any diffrences
>>myself in the sheets.
> Two things I found in our lm85 drivers:
> 1* It seems that the EMC6D10x has 3 more voltage inputs than the LM85.
> We have the following specific defines for the EMC6D10x:
> #define EMC6D100_REG_SFR  0x7c
> #define EMC6D100_REG_ALARM3  0x7d
> #define EMC6D100_REG_CONF  0x7f
> #define EMC6D100_REG_INT_EN  0x80
> /* IN5, IN6 and IN7 */
> #define EMC6D100_REG_IN(nr)  (0x70 + ((nr)-5))
> #define EMC6D100_REG_IN_MIN(nr) (0x73 + ((nr)-5) * 2)
> #define EMC6D100_REG_IN_MAX(nr) (0x74 + ((nr)-5) * 2)
> We don't use _SFR, _CONF nor _INT_EN in our code as far as I could see.
> 2* Interesting comment: "Unfortunately, we can't tell a '100 from a '101
> from the registers. Since a '101 is a '100 in a package with fewer pins
> and therefore no 3.3V, 1.5V or 1.8V inputs, perhaps if those inputs read
> 0, then it's a '101."
> Well, I guess you'd have find all that in the datasheet anyway, but now
> you know how we do handle these chips.

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