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CBI_5: CBI_5 is the circuit breaker input for the supply
voltage. With a series resistor placed in the supply path
between the 5V early power and CBI_5, the circuit
breaker will trip whenever the voltage across the resistor
DRVREN#: DRVREN# is an open-drain, active-low out-
put that indicates the status of the 3 volt and 5 volt high
side driver outputs (VGATE5 and VGATE3). This signal
may also be used as a switching signal for the 12 volt
FAULT#: FAULT# is an open-drain, active-low output. It
will be driven low whenever an over-current condition is
detected. It will be reset at the same time that the VGATE
outputs are turned back on after a reset from the host on
the PWR_EN pin.
1Vref: The 1Vref output provides a 1 volt reference for
pre-charging the bus signal pins. Implementing a simple
unity-gain amplifier circuit will allow pre-charging a large
number of pins.
ISLEW: ISLEW is a Diode-connected NFET input. It may
be used to adjust the 250V/s default slew rate of the high-
side driver outputs
VSEL: VSEL is a TTL level input used to determine which
of the host power supply inputs will be monitored for valid
voltage and reset generation. This is a static input and the
pin should be tied to V
or ground through a resistor.
A0: Address 0 is not used by the memory array. It can be
connected to ground or left floating.
It must not be
A1, A2: Address inputs 1 and 2 are used to set the two-
bit device address of the memory array. The state of these
inputs will determine the device address for the memory
if it is on a two-wire bus with multiple memories with the
same device type identifier. (For complete addressing
information refer to the detailed memory operation sec-
tion that follows.)
SCL: The SCL input is used to clock data into and out of
the memory array. In the write mode, data must remain
stable while SCL is HIGH. In the read mode, data is
clocked out on the falling edge of SCL.
SDA: The SDA pin is a bidirectional pin used to transfer
data into and out of the memory array. Data changing from
one state to the other may occur only when SCL is LOW,
except when generating START or STOP conditions.
SDA is an open-drain output and may be wire-ORed with
any number of open-drain outputs.
BD_SEL1# BD_SEL2#: These are active low TTL level
inputs with internal pull-ups to V
. When pulled low they
indicate full board insertion. When used in a “non-High
Availability” application these inputs will be the last con-
nector pins to make contact with the host backplane. On
the host side, the signals should be directly tied to ground.
In a “High Availability” application these inputs can be the
last pins to mate with the backplane. Alternatively, they
can be actively driven by the host or be connected to
switches interfaced to the board ejectors or any combina-
tion. Regardless, BOTH inputs MUST be low before the
SMH4042 will begin to turn on the backend voltage.
GND: Ground should be applied at the same time as
HEALTHY#: HEALTHY# is an open-drain, active-low
output indicating card side power inputs are above their
reset trip levels.
SGNL_VLD#: SGNL_VLD# is an open-drain, active-low
output that indicates card side power is valid and the
internal card side PCI_RST# timer has timed out.
PWR_EN: PWR_EN is a TTL level input that allows the
host to enable or disable the power to the individual card.
During initial power up, this signal would start in a low state
and then be driven high during software initialization. If
this signal is driven low, the power supply control outputs
will be driven into the inactive state, and the reset signals
asserted. In a “non-High Availability” system this input can
be tied high.
The PWR_EN input is also used to reset the SMH4042
circuit breakers. After an over-current condition is de-
tected the VGATE outputs can be turned back on by first
taking PWR_EN low then returning it high.
PCI_RST#: PCI_RST# is a TTL level input used as a reset
input signal from the host interface. A high to low transition
(held low longer than 40ns) will initiate a reset sequence.
The LOCAL_PCI_RST# output and the RESET output
will be driven active for a minimum period of tPURST. If
the PCI_RST# input is held low longer than tPURST the
reset outputs will continue to be driven until PCI_RST# is
5 Volt or Mixed-Mode
3.3 Volt Only
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