Baker's Best: Designing with temperature sensors, part five: IC temperature sensors

Baker, Bonnie
March 2012
EDN Europe;Mar2012, Vol. 2012 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on integrated temperature sensors and explains how it can solve temperature problems. It explains how it is easy to install on PCB and how they are user-friendly output format. It provides description on generalities of the inputs, insides, and outputs of these silicon chips. It explains how designers have exploited the process technology of these silicon-based ICs to everyone's advantage.


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