ST’s temperature sensor portfolio includes both analog and digital temperature sensor ICs. Both types are suitable for a wide range of applications including industrial, consumer, portable, medical, home appliances and computer market segments, thanks to their high accuracy and low-power consumption.
The analog temperature sensors feature low power consumption, good linearity, and accuracy as high as ± 0.5 ºC flat across the whole temperature operating range as wide as –55 to +130 °C and up to 200 °C (non-continuous).
The digital temperature sensors feature low power consumption as low as 20 µA with up to 12-bit resolution able to digitize temperatures to a resolution up to 0.0625 °C to ensure high accuracy flat across the whole operating range as wide as –55 to +125 °C.
Additional features include an I2C/SMBus output with selectable addresses (up to 8), energy-saving one-shot temperature reading, a dedicated pin for interrupt or thermostat/comparator function and programmable threshold with hysteresis. Factory-calibrated, our digital sensors do not require any external components to measure temperature.
The STTS series with its onboard delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter (ADC) specifically targets DRAM DIMM modules in servers, desktops, and mobile personal computing platforms including laptops, as well as a variety of industrial applications.
ST’s temperature sensor IC portfolio is available in a wide range of packages ranging from insertion models such as theTO-92 to the smallest one on the market, the 6-lead UDFN package (2 x 2 x 0.5 mm), for use in any environment and equipment.
This video on the SensorTile.box Pro Mode shows you how to use this IoT and wearable sensor development kit to create customized wireless applications using an STM32Cube function pack. Use-case on a Human Activity Recognition algorithm included.
Watch this short tutorial on the Expert mode of the SensorTile.box to learn how to use a graphical wizard to build programs without having to write any code.
The first video in the SensorTile.box series of short tutorials will guide you through the pre-recorded examples in the device firmware to help you use IoT and wearable sensor applications.