Digital temperature sensors

Small, easy-to-use and high accuracy digital temperature sensors for any design

Highest accuracy temperature sensors

  • ±0.1°C to ±0.5°C accuracy options
  • Reliable accuracy across wide temperature range
  • Single-chip alternative to RTDs

Lowest power with the smallest footprint

  • Ultra compact BGA and plastic package options
  • Operation down to 1.4V
  • Power consumption as low as 4.2µW

LM75/TMP75 temperature sensors

  • Industry-standard temperature sensor family
  • Pinout and software compatible upgrade options
  • Accuracy up to ±0.5°C
  • 32 addresses
  • Lowest power of any TMP75 temperature sensor

Multi-channel remote diode temperature sensors

  • Measures temperature of external PN junctions
  • Up to 9 locations from a single IC
  • High accuracy - up to ±0.75°C from -55°C to 150°C

Featured digital temperature sensors

Our digital-output temperature sensors provide the small footprint, high-accuracy, low power consumption and ease of use required for many temperature sensing applications. Offered with a variety of interface options including SPI, I2C/SMBus, UART and digital pulse counter, these digital output temp sensors integrate easily.


±0.1°C Accurate digital temperature sensor with integrated NV memory


1.4V-Capable ±0.5°C accuracy digital temperature sensor in the compact SOT-563 package


I3C Compatible upgrade to industry standard LM75 / TMP75 digital temperature sensors


0.5°C Accurate 2-pin temperature sensor with a pulse train interface

Featured reference designs

Multi-sensor data logger with NFC interface

TIDA-00524 is a complete reference design for asset tracking & cold chain data logging with over 5 year battery life and a simple NFC interface for configuration & read back.

Passive NFC temperature patch

This system offers temperature readings from tags to a NFC receiver with a high accuracy temperature sensor interfaced with an ADC.

2-wire isolated temp sensor with pulse count

Experience enhanced reliability and simplified design of galvanic isolation architecture for sending both power and unidirectional through the same transformer and remote operation.

Featured remote temperature sensors and fan controllers

Remote diode temperature sensors measure the temperature of external PN junctions such as diodes or transistors. Often times FPGAs, ASICs or processors will pin a thermal diode on chip allowing for a remote diode temperature sensor to measure FPGA temperature directly.


1.7V-Capable remote and local temp sensor with auto beta, N-factor, filter, and series-R correction


Dual remote and local temp sensor with auto beta, N-factor, filter, and series-R correction


5-Channel (4-remote and 1-local) high-accuracy remote and local temperature sensor


±0.75⁰C High-accuracy multi-channel remote and local temperature sensor