A digital temperature sensor is easily embedded in many electronic systems and encapsulates a temperature sensing chip and a 24-bit analog-to-digital convertor in a QFN16 package.

January 19, 2013

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Measurement Specialties TSYS01 Digital Temperature Sensor (MD&M West Exhibitor)

IMG_TempSensor_TSYS01_HR.JPGA digital temperature sensor is easily embedded in many electronic systems and encapsulates a temperature sensing chip and a 24-bit analog-to-digital convertor in a QFN16 package. The The Model TSYS01’s technology provides onboard factory calibration coefficients that deliver accurate temperature information accompanied by high measurement resolution; for enhanced application-specific performance, the manufacturer can perform custom calibration upon request. The sensor draws less than 12.5 μA during normal operation and under 0.14 μA in standby mode. Owing to its small size, expansive operating-temperature range of –40° to +125°C, and ±0.1°C accuracy, it can serve as a replacement for thermistors and NTCs. Integration with microcontrollers is achieved via an I2C or SPI interface.

Measurement Specialties Inc.

Hampton, VA


Measurement Specialties will be exhibiting at MD&M West in Booth #430

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