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Based on kernel version 4.16.1. Page generated on 2018-04-09 11:53 EST.

1	Kernel driver menf21bmc_hwmon
2	=============================
3	
4	Supported chips:
5		* MEN 14F021P00
6		  Prefix: 'menf21bmc_hwmon'
7		  Adresses scanned: -
8	
9	Author: Andreas Werner <andreas.werner@men.de>
10	
11	Description
12	-----------
13	
14	The menf21bmc is a Board Management Controller (BMC) which provides an I2C
15	interface to the host to access the features implemented in the BMC.
16	
17	This driver gives access to the voltage monitoring feature of the main
18	voltages of the board.
19	The voltage sensors are connected to the ADC inputs of the BMC which is
20	a PIC16F917 Mikrocontroller.
21	
22	Usage Notes
23	-----------
24	
25	This driver is part of the MFD driver named "menf21bmc" and does
26	not auto-detect devices.
27	You will have to instantiate the MFD driver explicitly.
28	Please see Documentation/i2c/instantiating-devices for
29	details.
30	
31	Sysfs entries
32	-------------
33	
34	The following attributes are supported. All attributes are read only
35	The Limits are read once by the driver.
36	
37	in0_input	+3.3V input voltage
38	in1_input	+5.0V input voltage
39	in2_input	+12.0V input voltage
40	in3_input	+5V Standby input voltage
41	in4_input	VBAT (on board battery)
42	
43	in[0-4]_min	Minimum voltage limit
44	in[0-4]_max	Maximum voltage limit
45	
46	in0_label	"MON_3_3V"
47	in1_label	"MON_5V"
48	in2_label	"MON_12V"
49	in3_label	"5V_STANDBY"
50	in4_label	"VBAT"
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