Texas Instruments HDC2010 Temp and Humidity Sensor | New Product BriefDecember 10, 2017 by Mouser Electronics
TI’s HDC2010 is a highly accurate, 14-bit, low power temperature and humidity sensor in a compact WLCSP package.
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TI HDC2010 Humidity & Temperature Digital Sensor
TI’s HDC2010 is a highly accurate, 14-bit, low power temperature and humidity sensor in a compact WLCSP package. The capacitive sensing element is mounted on the bottom-side of the package to protect against contamination, and the sensor includes a heating element to dissipate condensation and moisture to ensure accurate measurements. The sensor is factory-calibrated to humidity accuracy rated at ±2%, and temperature at ±0.2°C. Programmable thresholds can interrupt or wake the MCU, and programmable sampling intervals, low sleep and sampling current, and support for a supply voltage down to 1.8 V make the TI HDC2010 ideal for battery-powered applications, including smart thermostats, wearables, and monitoring cold chain transportation and storage.
- Bottom-side sensor protects against dirt, dust, environmental contamination
- Heating element dissipates condensation, moisture
- Humidity Accuracy: ±2%
- Temperature Accuracy: ±0.2°C
- Sampling Intervals: 5 Hz to 1/120 Hz
- Supply Voltage: 1.62V to 3.6V
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