|Package | PIN:||WSON (DRV) | 6|
|Temp:||M (-55 to 125)|
|Package qty | Carrier:||
250 | SMALL T&R
- TMP116 accuracy without calibration:
- ±0.2°C (maximum) from –10°C to+85°C
- ±0.25°C (maximum) from –40°C to+105°C
- ±0.3°C (maximum) from +105°C to+125°C
- TMP116N accuracy, no calibration needed:
- ±0.3°C (maximum) from –25°C to+85°C
- ±0.4°C (maximum) from –40°C to +125°C
- Low Quiescent Current:
- 3.5-µA, 1-Hz conversion cycle
- 250-nAshutdown current
- Supply range: 1.9 V to 5.5 V
- Resolution: 16 bits at 0.0078°C (1 LSB)
- Programmable temperature alert limits
- Selectable averaging
- General-purpose EEPROM: 64 bits
- NIST traceability
- SMBus™, I2C interface compatibility
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Texas Instruments TMP116NAIDRVT
The TMP116 family (TMP116, TMP116N) consist of low-power, high-precisiontemperature sensors with integrated EEPROM memory. The TMP116 provides a 16-bit temperature resultwith a resolution of 0.0078°C and an accuracy of up to ±0.2°C with no calibration. The TMP116 iscompatible with the I2C- and SMBus interface, has programmable alertfunctionality, and supports up to four devices on a single bus.
The TMP116 consumes minimal current that, in addition to providing powersavings, minimizes self-heating and improves measurement accuracy. The TMP116 operates from 1.9 Vto 5.5 V and typically consumes 3.5 µA.
Across the device operating temperature range of –55°C to +125°C, theTMP116 exceeds the accuracy of a class A RTD, while consuming less than one fifth of the typicalexcitation current for a PT100 RTD. The TMP116 is easier to use than RTDs, eliminating the need forcalibration, external circuitry, matched traces, and Kelvin connections.
The TMP116 units are 100% tested on a production setup that is NIST traceable andverified with equipment that is calibrated to ISO/IEC 17025 accredited standards.