We are a leading company specializing in the business of supplying our clients Sensor IC. It is a two terminal integrated circuit temperature transducer that produces an output current proportional to absolute temperature. We procure this component from the trusted and reputed vendors of the market. The sensor package is small with a low thermal mass and a fast response time. The most common temperature range of this Sensor IC is 55o to 150oC (-58o to 302oF). The solid state sensor output can be analog or digital.
Linear output, no curve fitting
Various communication interfaces
Direct voltage, current or digital output
Frequently Asked Questions:
1) How do IC temperature sensors function?
Temperature sensors work by estimating the voltage across the diode terminals. At the point when the voltage builds, the temperature likewise expands, which is then trailed by a voltage drop between the semiconductor terminals and the producer (in a diode).
2) What is the functioning standard of sensor?
The detecting standard of an optical sensor depends on shifts in the trademark optical sign of an optical stage coming about because of collaborations with analyte atoms, which are then converted into quantitative or potentially subjective estimations.
3) What is the most extreme temperature for an IC?
Basically all ordinary advanced temperature-sensor ICs have upper estimation cutoff points of under 128C; many are restricted to 100C. Habitually, a traditional temperature range is adequate. Be that as it may, there are times when it means quite a bit to quantify temperatures as high as 150C.
4) What are 3 methods of sensor activity?
The optical arrangement of any customary photoelectric sensor is intended for one of three fundamental detecting modes: went against, retroreflective, or vicinity.