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Sachin Gupta
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re: Achieve thermal management in robust systems with fan speed control
Sachin Gupta   3/21/2011 1:47:32 AM
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I completely agree with you. Thermal management system design depends upon the system's need i.e. number of of fans needed, precision needed etc. If a system needs multiple fans then PSOC adds a lot of value. Also as you stated(and as I also mentioned in article), thermal management can be a subset of overall the functionality, which PSOC is performing. So, when it comes to system integration PSoC is always a value addition because CPU and most of the resources on the chip are available for other functionalities of the system.

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re: Achieve thermal management in robust systems with fan speed control
analog marketer   3/17/2011 8:21:29 PM
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Fan controller ICs are pretty inexpensive today. If you don't need to by a PSOC for other functions, this solution is overkill.

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