If you are looking for a flexible temperature measurement solution for your application, our portfolio of temperature sensor ICs, fan controllers and thermocouple ICs provides you with plenty of cost-effective and space-saving options to suit your specific
For designs that require accuracy and reliability across a wide range of temperatures, our single-channel (local) temperature sensor portfolio includes analog output, digital output, and temperature switch sensor ICs. Use these multiple-sensor output
devices instead of discrete sensor solutions like Negative Temperature Coefficient (NTC) thermistors to reduce hardware and software complexity and fast-track your design process. Available in small and flexible packaging options, these products allow
you to innovate and retrofit your next design with high temperature accuracy, low power consumption and other key features.
If you need to measure multiple temperatures in embedded systems like servers, networking and telecommunications equipment and LCD projectors, our multi-channel temperature sensors are integrated solutions that can simplify monitoring and reduce the total
cost of your system. You can use these digital temperature ICs, which are also known as remote temperature sensors, along with a transistor in each remote location up to hundreds of feet away and still achieve a ± 1°C maximum accuracy in
measuring temperatures in your application.
Improve system performance in computing, mass storage, networking and other applications with our portfolio of fan controller ICs that offer up to five Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) fan drivers for design flexibility. Our closed-loop fan controllers feature look-up tables, PID loop control and alerts for locked rotors and blocked air paths. The majority of our PWM and linear fan controllers feature integrated temperature sensing, making them great all-in-one solutions for a variety of embedded applications.
Robust and accurate, thermocouples are the most common temperature-measurement devices used in applications that must perform in harsh and extreme environments. They can endure intense heat conditions while measuring temperatures over extremely wide ranges. Our thermocouple solutions combine a precision, high-resolution Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) and precision instrumentation that corrects the thermocouple nonlinear error characteristics of the top eight types of thermocouple elements.
The low-power, small packages, cost effective and high accuracy performance of our AEC-Q100-qualified Temperature Sensors make them excellent choices for automotive designs.