The MAX6581 evaluation kit (EV kit) is an assembled and tested PCB used to evaluate the MAX6581 8-channel temperature sensor. The device monitors its own die temperature and the temperatures of up to seven external diode-connected transistors. It converts the temperature to 8-bit or 11-bit 2-wire serial data that can be accessed over a 2-wire serial bus.
The EV kit also includes Windows® 2000-, Windows XP®-, and Windows Vista®-compatible software, which provides a simple user interface for exercising the features of the device. The program is menu driven and offers a graphical user interface (GUI) complete with control buttons and status display.
Seven Remote Temperature Sensors
Local Temperature Sensor
Programmable Undertemperature and Overtemperature Alerts
Two Open-Drain Alarm Outputs (Active-Low ALERT and Active-Low OVERT)
On-Board Microcontroller to Generate SMBus™/I²C Commands
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