Rochester Electronics is pleased to announce the release of its newest temperature sensor, the TMP411ADR. This digital device is designed to measure temperature with high accuracy, making it ideal for a wide range of applications, including consumer electronics, automotive, industrial, and medical equipment. The TMP411ADR is a member of the TMP411 series and comes in an 8-SOIC surface mount package.
The TMP411ADR temperature sensor is a versatile device that can measure temperatures from -40°C to 125°C locally and from -64°C to 191°C remotely. With its high accuracy of ±1°C (±2.5°C), the TMP411ADR can deliver precise temperature measurements in various operating conditions.
One of the significant features of the TMP411ADR is its programmable capability, allowing users to set the resolution, limit, and one-shot modes. The output type is I²C/SMBus, which is compatible with many microcontrollers, making it easier for users to integrate the TMP411ADR into their systems. Moreover, the device has a shutdown mode that can save power when not in use.
The TMP411ADR temperature sensor has a voltage supply range of 2.7V to 5.5V, making it suitable for low-power applications. The device has a resolution of 11 bits, which provides better temperature resolution than many other temperature sensors.
The TMP411ADR is RoHS-compliant and lead-free, making it an environmentally friendly solution. It is available in bulk packages, and Rochester Electronics currently has 16,736 units in stock. The devices will ship from Hong Kong through DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS/EMS, providing customers with fast and reliable delivery.
In conclusion, the TMP411ADR temperature sensor from Rochester Electronics is a versatile and precise device that can measure both local and remote temperatures with programmable features. With its high accuracy, low power consumption, and compatibility with many microcontrollers, the TMP411ADR is an ideal solution for a wide range of applications.