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TMP451/TMP451-Q1 Remote/Local Temperature Sensors

Texas Instruments TMP451/TMP451-Q1 Remote & Local Temperature Sensors are high-accuracy, low-power remote temperature sensor monitors with a built-in local temperature sensor. The remote temperature sensors are typically low-cost discrete NPN or PNP transistors, or substrate thermal transistors. They can also be diodes that are integral parts of microprocessors, microcontrollers, or FPGAs. The temperature is represented as a 12-bit digital code for both the local and remote sensors, giving a resolution of 0.0625°C. The temperature accuracy is ±1°C (maximum) in the typical operating range for the local and the remote temperature sensors. The two-wire serial interface accepts the SMBus communication protocol.

TT-MU-595-TMP451AQDQFTQ1
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Board Mount Temperature Sensors Automotive 1.7-V remote and local temp sensor with N-factor, filtering and series-R correction 8-WSON -40 to 125

Sku: TT-MU-595-TMP451AQDQFTQ1
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TMP451/TMP451-Q1 Remote/Local Temperature Sensors

Texas Instruments TMP451/TMP451-Q1 Remote & Local Temperature Sensors are high-accuracy, low-power remote temperature sensor monitors with a built-in local temperature sensor. The remote temperature sensors are typically low-cost discrete NPN or PNP transistors, or substrate thermal transistors. They can also be diodes that are integral parts of microprocessors, microcontrollers, or FPGAs. The temperature is represented as a 12-bit digital code for both the local and remote sensors, giving a resolution of 0.0625°C. The temperature accuracy is ±1°C (maximum) in the typical operating range for the local and the remote temperature sensors. The two-wire serial interface accepts the SMBus communication protocol.