Low Voltage Analog Temperature Sensor MAX6613
The MAX6613 is a low-cost, low-power analog output temperature sensor in a tiny 5-pin SC package. The MAX6613 supply voltage is 1.8V to 5.5V, with a typical current consumption of only 7.5µA
The MAX6613 is a low-power inexpensive analog output (1 wire, plus power) temperature sensor in a tiny 5-pin SC70 package (0.65 mm pitch). The MAX6613 operates over a 1.8V to 5.5V supply voltage range, with a typical current consumption of only 7.5µA.
MAX6613 Low-Voltage, Low-Power Analog Output Temperature Sensor sample main.cpp code
Sample source code for the MAX6613. The MAX6613 is a low-power analog output temperature sensor in a tiny 5-pin SC70 package. The supply current usage for the MAX6613 is typically 7.5µA.
MAX6613 Key Features
- Ultra-Low 7.5µA Typical Supply Current
- Self-heating effects are negligible due to the low current consumption of the part
- The MAX6613 is stable with any capacitive load from 0pF to 1000pF
- 1.8V to 3.7V Supply Voltage Range
- Operating Temperature Range -55°C to 130°C
- Tiny 5-pin SC70 (0.65 mm pitch) package.
- Pin Compatiable with LM20
|Accuracy °C||Temperature Range °C||Accuracy °F||Temperature Range °F|
|±4.0°C||-0.0°C to +50°C||+-7.2°F||32°F to +122°F|
|±4.4°C||-20.0°C to +85°C||+-7.92°F||-4°F to +185°F|
|±4.5°C||-55.0°C to +100°C||+-8.1°F||-58°F to +212°F|
|±4.7°C||+100.0°C to +125°C||+-8.46°F||212°F to +257°F|
|±5.0°C||+125.0°C to +130°C||+-9.0°F||257°F to +266°F|
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