Press Release Summary:
Supplied in MSOP-8 package, TMP275 delivers Â±0.5Â°C accuracy (max) from +10 to +85Â°C and Â±0.75Â°C (max) from 0 to +100Â°C. Digital-output temperature sensor incorporates I2C/SMBus-compatible, 2-wire serial interface and allows up to 8 different addresses for flexibility in interface bus designs. Along with 9-12 bit programmable resolution and 0.1 ÂµA shutdown current mode, sensor features 50 ÂµA power consumption for extended battery life and minimal self-heating.
Original Press Release:
TI Introduces ±0.5C Accurate Temperature Sensor for Precision Measurement Applications
DALLAS (November 8, 2006) - Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today announced a low-power, +/-0.5C accurate, digital-output temperature sensor. The TMP275 is well-suited for precision temperature measurement in a wide range of communications, computer, consumer, environmental, industrial and instrumentation applications. (See www.ti.com/sc06140.)
The high accuracy of the TMP275 enables more efficient thermal and power management, while low power consumption extends battery life and minimizes self-heating. The TMP275 can be configured for a wide variety of systems including battery-powered devices, HVAC equipment, notebook computers, cell phones and base stations.
The TMP275 features +/-0.5C (max) accuracy from +10C to +85C and +/-0.75C (max) accuracy from 0C to +100C. The two-wire serial interface is I2C/SMBus-compatible. Additional features include 50uA power consumption, programmable resolution (9- to 12-bit), 0.1uA shutdown current mode, excellent stability over temperature and a wide temperature range of -40C to 125C. The device allows up to eight different addresses for flexibility in interface bus designs.
The TMP275 is available now from TI and its authorized distributors in a small MSOP-8 package. It is priced at $1.25 each in 1,000-piece quantities (suggested resale pricing).
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