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Semiconductor temperature sensor MAX30208
ICdigitalhigh-accuracy

semiconductor temperature sensor
semiconductor temperature sensor
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Characteristics

Technology
semiconductor
Mounting
IC
Other characteristics
digital, high-accuracy
Applications
for medical applications
Temperature

Max.: 70 °C (158 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Description

The MAX30208 operates from a 1.7V to 3.6V supply voltage, and is a low-power, high-accuracy digital temperature sensor with ±0.1°C accuracy from +30°C to +50°C and ±0.15°C accuracy from 0°C to +70° C. The MAX30208 has 16-bit resolution (0.005°C). The device uses a standard I2C serial interface to communicate with a host controller. Two GPIO pins are available. GPIO1 can be configured to trigger a temperature conversion, while GPIO0 can be configured to generate an interrupt for selectable status bits. The MAX30208 includes a 32-word FIFO for the temperature data and also includes high and low threshold digital temperature alarms. The device is available in a 2mm x 2mm x 0.75mm, 10-pin Thin LGA package. Key Features High Accuracy and Precision ±0.1° C Accuracy from +30°C to +50°C ±0.15°C Accuracy from +0°C to +70°C Low Power Consumption 1.7V to 3.6V Operating Voltage 67μA Operating Current During Measurement 0.5μA Standby Current 15ms Integration Time Small Size 2mm x 2mm x 0.75mm, 10-Pin Thin LGA Safety and Compliance High and Low Temperature Alarms Digital Interface Configurable Convert Temperature Input Pin Configurable Interrupt Output Pin 32-Word FIFO for Temperature Data 4 I2C Addresses Available—More Addresses Available by Request Unique ROM IDs Allow Device to be NIST Traceable Applications/Uses Internet of Things (IoT) Sensors Medical Thermometers Wearable Body Temperature Monitors

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