Sensing Products

Analog temperature sensors

Smallest, most accurate solutions from the inventor of the IC temperature sensor

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Featured analog temperature sensors

Analog temperature sensors provide a highly linear output proportional to temperature. Their low power generates minimal self-heating enabling accuracy down to +/-0.13°C. Analog temperature sensors are very simple to use, requiring no compensation circuitry, look-up tables or calibration.



Product LMT84 LMT85 LMT86 LMT87 LMT88 LMT89 LMT90
Gain 5.5mV/°C -8.2mV/°C -10.9mV/°C -13.6mV/°C -11.77mV/°C -11.77mV/°C 10mV/°C
Accuracy (max) 10mV/°C 10mV/°C 10mV/°C 10mV/°C ±5°C ±2.5°C ±3°C
Operating range -50°C to 150°C -50°C to 150°C -50°C to 150°C -50°C to 150°C -55°C to 130°C -55°C to 130°C -40°C to 125°C
Quiescent current 9 µA (max) 9 µA (max) 9 µA (max) 9 µA (max) 10µA (max) 10µA (max) 180µA (max)
VDD (V) (min-max) 1.5-5.5 1.8-5.5 2.2-5.5 2.7-5.5 2.4-5.5 2.4-5.5 4.5-10
Package footprint SC70 (2.0 x 2.1 mm) TO-92 (4.0 x 3.5 mm) SC70 (2.0 x 2.1 mm) TO-92 (4.0 x 3.5 mm) SC70 (2.0 x 2.1 mm) TO-92 (4.0 x 3.5 mm) SC70 (2.0 x 2.1 mm) TO-92 (4.0 x 3.5 mm) SC70 (2.0 x 2.1 mm) SC70 (2.0 x 2.1 mm) SOT-23 (2.8 x 2.9 mm)

Why analog temperature sensors?

Guaranteed accuracy

  • No calibration
  • Highly linear
  • No compensation circuitry
  • Wide tempertaure range
  • No look up tables

Broadest range of packaging options

  • Bare die
  • Chipscale
  • Surface mount
  • Through-Hole (TO)
  • Hermetically sealed

Analog temperature sensors provide a highly linear output proportional to temperature. Their low power generates minimal self-heating enabling accuracy down to +/-0.13°C. Analog temperature sensors are very simple to use, requiring no compensation circuitry, look-up tables or calibration.