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Temperature Sensor IC, Digital, ± 1.2°C, -45 °C, +130 °C, TO-92, 3 Pins

SMT-160-30-92 - Temperature Sensor IC, Digital, ± 1.2°C, -45 °C, +130 °C, TO-92, 3 Pins

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Manufacturer:
SMARTEC SMARTEC
Manufacturer Part No:
SMT-160-30-92
Newark Part No.:
24M7550
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The SMT-160-30-92 is a digital temperature sensor in 3 pin TO-92 package. It is a sophisticated full silicon temperature sensor with digital output. The one wire output (duty cycle modulated) can be directly connected to all kinds of microcontrollers without need of A/D conversion. The high resolution of less than 0.005°C makes this sensor useful for high precision applications. The SMT-160-30-92 features duty cycle modulated square wave output voltage with linear response to temperatures in -45°C to 130°C range.
  • Total accuracy of 2°C maximum at -45°C to 130°C
  • Linear output within 0.2°C
  • TTL, CMOS compatible
  • Temperature range from -45°C to 130°C
  • Easy multiplexing of multiple sensors
  • Supply voltage range from 4.75V to 7.2V

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices

Product Information

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Digital
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± 1.2°C
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-45°C
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+130°C
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TO-92
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3Pins
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4.75V
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7.2V
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Each
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