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Temperature Sensor IC, Voltage, ± 1°C, -50 °C, +150 °C, TO-92, 3 Pins

AD22100STZ - Temperature Sensor IC, Voltage, ± 1°C, -50 °C, +150 °C, TO-92, 3 Pins

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Manufacturer Part No:
AD22100STZ
Newark Part No.:
59K3508
Product Range
AD22100 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The AD22100 series monolithic Temperature Sensor with on-chip signal conditioning. The signal conditioning eliminates the need for any trimming, buffering or linearization circuitry, greatly simplifying the system design. The output voltage is proportional to the temperature x the supply voltage (ratiometric). The output swings from 0.25V at -50 to +4.75V at +150°C using a single 5V supply.
  • 200°C Temperature span
  • Accuracy better than ±2% of full scale
  • Linearity better than ±1% of full scale
  • Temperature coefficient of 22.5mV/°C
  • Output proportional to temperature x V+
  • Single-supply operation
  • Reverse voltage protection
  • Minimal self-heating
  • High level, low impedance output

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Automation & Process Control, Industrial, Automotive

Product Information

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Voltage
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± 1°C
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-50°C
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+150°C
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TO-92
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3Pins
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4V
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6.5V
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Each
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AD22100 Series
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-
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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