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Details for MCP9700T-H/LT by Microchip Technology
MCP9700
MCP9700T-H/LT
Buy Directly from Microchip Technology Inc (55290 in stock) $0.3700
Linear Active Thermister (TM) IC (10mV/oC)
MCP9700T-H/LT image

MCP9700T-H/LT by Microchip Technology

Linear Active Thermister (TM) IC (10mV/oC)
Features
Linear Temperature Slope: 10mV/°C
±4°C Accuracy from 0°C to +70°C
-4°C/+6°C Accuracy from -40°C to +150°C
Very low Operating Current: 12µA (max)
Operates from 2.3V to 5.5V
No external Components Required
Space-saving SC-70 Package
AEC-Q100 Qualified Grade 0
Description
Linear Active Thermistor™ ICs are sensors whose output voltage is directly proportional to measured temperature. The MCP9700 can accurately measure temperature from -40C to +150C. The output of the MCP9700 is calibrated to a slope of 10mV/°C and has a DC offset of 500mV. The offset allows reading negative temperatures without the need for a negative supply. The MCP9700 is packaged in space saving 5-pin SC-70 packages, making it ideal for space-critical and low-cost applications.
Specifications
# Temps Monitored:
1
Sensor Type:
60
Typical Accuracy (°C):
1
Max Accuracy @ 25°C (°C):
4
Min Temp. Range (°C)::
-40
Max Temp. Range (°C)::
+150
Min Operating Voltage Range (V):
+2.3
Max Operating Voltage Range (V):
+5.5
Max Input/Supply Current (µA):
6
Resolutionbits:
N/A
SMBus Address:
N/A
Resistance Error Correction:
N/A
Beta Compensation:
N/A
Ideality Factor:
N/A
Reports Hottest Zone:
N/A
Interface:
Analog
Slope (mV/C):
10
Offset (Output at 0°C) (mV):
500
Comments:
Low cost
Temperature Range:
-40C to +150C
Alternate Descriptions
Linear Active Thermister (TM Onlinecomponents.com
SENSOR, TEMPERATURE, 4DEG CELSIUS, SC-70-5; IC Output Type:Voltage; Sensing Accuracy Range:± 4°C; Sensing Temperature Min:-40°C; Sensing Temperature Max:70°C; Sensor Case Style:SC-70; No. of Pins:5Pins; Supply Voltage Min:2.3V RoHS Compliant: Yes Newark Electronics
Temp Sensor Analog 5-Pin SC-70 T/R Avnet America
Linear Active Thermister (TM) IC (10mV/oC) Microchip Technology Inc
Linear Active Thermister (TM) IC (10mV/oC)5 SC70 T/R Allied Electronics & Automation
Temp Sensor Analog 5-Pin SC-70 T/R Avnet Europe
Linear Active Thermister (TM) IC (10mV/oC) Future Electronics
Engineer Comments

Traditional NTC or PTC thermistors are relatively basic components - they are but a resistor who changes its value as the temperature of the substrate is modified by the environment. Should you still be working with an analog signal acquisition system, giving the MCP9700 a chance might be a good idea.

The innovation in Microchip's approach is that the MCP9700 is not a simple slab of thermo-sensitive material. Instead, the American semiconductor powerhouse embeds a relatively complex set of logic along with the actual semiconductor sensing element.

This way, developers and users do not need to worry much about keeping accuracy high. The datasheet promises an average accuracy of but two degrees over an extremely wide temperature range; this makes the MCP9700 a high accuracy analog temperature sensor ideally suited to applications where an ADC is available.

One example for this would be an MCP9700 Arduino camera sensor - the Arduino already has an ADC, so measuring the voltage provided by the MCP9700 sensor is not a significant cost burden. Do, however, also keep digital sensors at the back of your head - TCO, after all, is and remains a factor...

Tam Hanna
Details for MCP9700T-H/LT by Microchip Technology
MCP9700
MCP9700T-H/LT
Buy Directly from Microchip Technology Inc (55290 in stock) $0.3700
IC TEMP SENSOR LOW POWER 5SC70
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MCP9700T-H/LT by Microchip Technology

IC TEMP SENSOR LOW POWER 5SC70
Features
-40u00b0C to +125u00b0C (Extended Temperature)
-40u00b0C to +150u00b0C (High Temperature) (MCP9700)
10.0 mV/u00b0C (typical) MCP9700/9700A
19.5 mV/u00b0C (typical) MCP9701/9701A
Accuracy:
Available Packages:
Low Operating Current: 6 u00b5A (typical)
Optimized for Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs):
Optimized to Drive Large Capacitive Loads
SC70-5, SOT-23-5, TO-92-3
VDD = 2.3V to 5.5V MCP9700/9700A
VDD = 3.1V to 5.5V MCP9701/9701A
Wide Operating Voltage Range:
Wide Temperature Measurement Range:
u00b12u00b0C (max.), 0u00b0C to +70u00b0C (MCP9700A/9701A)
u00b14u00b0C (max.), 0u00b0C to +70u00b0C (MCP9700/9701)
Part Information
MCP9700T-H/LT image
RoHS Compliant
Description
MCP9700/9700A and MCP9701/9701A sensors with Linear Active Thermistor™ Integrated Circuit (IC) com- prise a family of analog temperature sensors that convert temperature to analog voltage. The low-cost, low-power sensors feature an accuracy of ±2°C from 0°C to +70°C (MCP9700A/9701A) and ±4°C from 0°C to +70°C (MCP9700/9701) while consuming 6 µA (typical) of operating current. Unlike resistive sensors, e.g., thermistors, the Linear Active Thermistor IC does not require an additional sig- nal-conditioning circuit. Therefore, the biasing circuit development overhead for thermistor solutions can be avoided by implementing this low-cost device. The Voltage Output pin (VOUT) can be directly connected to the ADC input of a microcontroller. The MCP9700/ 9700A and MCP9701/9701A temperature coefficients are scaled to provide a 1°C/bit resolution for an 8-bit ADC with a reference voltage of 2.5V and 5V, respec- tively. The MCP9700/9700A output 0.1°C/bit for a 12- bit ADC with 4.096V reference. The MCP9700/9700A and MCP9701/9701A provide a low-cost solution for applications that require measure- ment of a relative change of temperature. When mea- suring relative change in temperature from +25°C, an accuracy of ±1°C (typical) can be realized from 0°C to +70°C. This accuracy can also be achieved by applying system calibration at +25°C. In addition, this family is immune to the effects of para- sitic capacitance and can drive large capacitive loads. This provides printed circuit board (PCB) layout design flexibility by enabling the device to be remotely located from the microcontroller. Adding some capacitance at the output also helps the output transient response by reducing overshoots or undershoots. However, capaci- tive load is not required for the stability of sensor out- put.
Specifications
IC Output Type:
Voltage
Sensing Accuracy Range:
± 4°C
Sensing Temperature Min:
-40°C
Sensing Temperature Max:
70°C
Sensor Case Style:
SC-70
No. of Pins:
5Pins
Supply Voltage Min:
2.3V
Supply Voltage Max:
5.5V
Product Range:
-
Automotive Qualification Standard:
AEC-Q100
RoHS Phthalates Compliant:
Yes
MSL:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
SVHC:
No SVHC (27-Jun-2018)
Base Number:
9700
Resolution:
8bit
Resolution (Bits):
8bit
Supply Current:
6µA
Supply Voltage Range:
2.3V to 5.5V
Temperature Sensing Range:
-40°C to +150°C
Alternate Descriptions
Linear Active Thermister (TM Onlinecomponents.com
SENSOR, TEMPERATURE, 4DEG CELSIUS, SC-70-5; IC Output Type:Voltage; Sensing Accuracy Range:± 4°C; Sensing Temperature Min:-40°C; Sensing Temperature Max:70°C; Sensor Case Style:SC-70; No. of Pins:5Pins; Supply Voltage Min:2.3V RoHS Compliant: Yes Newark Electronics
Temp Sensor Analog 5-Pin SC-70 T/R Avnet America
Linear Active Thermister (TM) IC (10mV/oC) Microchip Technology Inc
Linear Active Thermister (TM) IC (10mV/oC)5 SC70 T/R Allied Electronics & Automation
Temp Sensor Analog 5-Pin SC-70 T/R Avnet Europe
Linear Active Thermister (TM) IC (10mV/oC) Future Electronics
Engineer Comments

Traditional NTC or PTC thermistors are relatively basic components - they are but a resistor who changes its value as the temperature of the substrate is modified by the environment. Should you still be working with an analog signal acquisition system, giving the MCP9700 a chance might be a good idea.

The innovation in Microchip's approach is that the MCP9700 is not a simple slab of thermo-sensitive material. Instead, the American semiconductor powerhouse embeds a relatively complex set of logic along with the actual semiconductor sensing element.

This way, developers and users do not need to worry much about keeping accuracy high. The datasheet promises an average accuracy of but two degrees over an extremely wide temperature range; this makes the MCP9700 a high accuracy analog temperature sensor ideally suited to applications where an ADC is available.

One example for this would be an MCP9700 Arduino camera sensor - the Arduino already has an ADC, so measuring the voltage provided by the MCP9700 sensor is not a significant cost burden. Do, however, also keep digital sensors at the back of your head - TCO, after all, is and remains a factor...

Tam Hanna