LM78 supports the Myson MTP008 on this board.
Details are @
Tyan state that the S2510 has a "tamper switch"
connected to this, so this looks like the one to use.
The fan interface measures speed I think so wouldn't
Niall O Broin wrote:
> I have a box with a hotswap PSU but at the moment there's no way to
>remotely monitor the PSU status. If one of the PSUs goes (simulation is easy
>- just pull the plug :-) ) there's an audible warning via a piezo buzzer in
>the PSU and there's a bi-colour LED which goes from green to red. I'd like
>to slot something into the LED line to interface to the motherboard so that
>I can have a process which monitors the PSU status which I'll integrate in
>lm_sensors and webmin or somesuch. However, I'm wondering what's the best
>way to do this. The motherboard is a Tyan S2510 which is a special server
>board and as such has a load of fan sensors on board, not all of which are
>used so I thought perhaps I'd use one of those - anyone know off the top of
>their head what the sensor pin on those fan connectors expects ? I'm
>guessing it's TTL level but I'd prefer to be sure. Or does anyone have
>another suggestion as to how I might monitor that status line ?
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