Electronic Thermometers

Temperature measurement system for human body

Description

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create advanced electronic thermometers with extended battery life and high accuracy.

    Advanced electronic thermometers require:

  • Accurate and precise thermal measurement with increased density, flexibility and high performance
  • Data logging and processing as well as wired or wireless data transfer
  • Small form factor and ultra-low power consumption

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Application Notes (2)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1.22 MB 19 Jan 2017 271
HTM 8 KB 17 Feb 2003 73

Tools & Software

Name Part # Company Software/Tool Type
Eval Board Software For Hardware Monitors And Digital Temperature Sensors SENSOREVAL Texas Instruments Software Libraries
EVM for LMT84, LMT85, LMT86 and LMT87 Temperature Sensor LMT84-7EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
LM20xEVM board for analog temperature sensors LM20B, LM20C & LM20S LM20XEVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
LMT70 Evaluation Module Precise Analog Output Temperature Sensor with Output Enable LMT70EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
TMP102 Evaluation Module TMP102EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
TMP104 Evaluation Module TMP104EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
TMP107 Evaluation Module TMP107EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
TMP461 Temp Sensor Evaluation Module TMP461EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
TMP468EVM 8 Channel Remote and 1 Local Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board TMP468EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards

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