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The NCT75 is a two-wire serially programmable temperature sensor with an over-temperature/interrupt output pin to signal out of limit conditions. This is an open-drain pin and can operate in either comparator or interrupt mode. Temperature measurements are converted into digital form using a high resolution (12 bit), sigma-delta, analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The device operates over the –55C to +125C temperature range. Communication with the NCT75 is accomplished via the SMBus/I2C interface. Three address selection pins, A2, A1 and A0, can be used to connect up to 8 NCT75s to a single bus. Through this interface the NCT75s internal registers may be accessed. These registers allow the user to read the current temperature, change the configuration settings and adjust the temperature limits.
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