Texas Instruments TMP144 | New Product Brief
Texas Instruments TMP144 is a compact, high-resolution digital temperature sensor with daisy-chain support for use in applications with multiple temperature measurement zones.
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Texas Instruments TMP144
Texas Instruments' TMP144 is a compact, high-resolution digital temperature sensor with daisy-chain support for use in applications with multiple temperature measurement zones. The TMP144 is packaged in a 4-ball DSBGA chip-scale package measuring just 0.76 mm x 0.96 mm. It offers resolution down to 0.0625°C and high accuracy throughout the -40°C to +125°C operating range. The sensor has a SMAART wire™ / UART interface that supports up to 16 daisy-chained devices that can be addressed individually or as a whole. The TMP144 has a wide supply range and low active and shutdown currents. It’s ideal for use in space-constrained battery-powered devices as well as TVs, servers, notebooks, and medical devices.
- Package: DSBGA-4, 0.76mm x 0.96mm
- Resolution: 12-Bit or 0.0625°C
- Accuracy: ±1°C max (-10°C to +100°C), ±2°C max (-40°C to +125°C)
- Interface: SMAART wire™/UART, supprts up to 16 devices
- Supply Range: 1.4V to 3.6V
- Current: 3µA active (0.25Hz), 1µA shutdown
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