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Digital Temperature Sensors

Maxim Integrated Digital Temperature Sensors are part of a wide range of temperature sensing and control applications that offer many design alternatives. These solutions offer in-depth design information and circuits for building thermal sensing signal chains using the most popular thermal sensors. Usually the first step in designing a thermal sensing and control system is to determine the temperature range that must be sensed as well as the operating environment. The next step is selecting a thermal sensor. There are four main type of thermal sensors: silicon, thermistor, RTD, and thermocouple. Maxim provides either complete signal chain solutions or integrated ICs that can take the thermal transducer signal, process it, and provide either an analog or digital communication path back to the control device.

TT-MU-700-MAX31875R2TZS+T
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Board Mount Temperature Sensors Tiny I2C Temperature Sensor in WLP Package

Sku: TT-MU-700-MAX31875R2TZS+T
₹213.81


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Digital Temperature Sensors

Maxim Integrated Digital Temperature Sensors are part of a wide range of temperature sensing and control applications that offer many design alternatives. These solutions offer in-depth design information and circuits for building thermal sensing signal chains using the most popular thermal sensors. Usually the first step in designing a thermal sensing and control system is to determine the temperature range that must be sensed as well as the operating environment. The next step is selecting a thermal sensor. There are four main type of thermal sensors: silicon, thermistor, RTD, and thermocouple. Maxim provides either complete signal chain solutions or integrated ICs that can take the thermal transducer signal, process it, and provide either an analog or digital communication path back to the control device.