LM35D Temperature Sensor
- Minimum and Maximum Input Voltage is 35V and -2V respectively. Typically 5V.
- Can measure temperature ranging from -55°C to 150°C
- Output voltage is directly proportional (Linear) to temperature (i.e.) there will be a rise of 10mV (0.01V) for every 1°C rise in temperature.
- ±0.5°C Accuracy
- Drain current is less than 60uA
- Low cost temperature sensor
- Small and hence suitable for remote applications
- Available in TO-92, TO-220, TO-CAN and SOIC package
LM35 is a precession Integrated circuit Temperature sensor, whose output voltage varies, based on the temperature around it. It is a small and cheap IC which can be used to measure temperature anywhere between -55°C to 150°C. It can easily be interfaced with any microcontroller that with ADC Capabilities or any development platform like Arduino.
- Vcc: Input voltage is +5V for typical applications
- Analog Out: There will be increase in 10mV for raise of every 1°C. Can range from -1V(-55°C) to 6V(150°C)
- Ground: Connected to ground of circuit
- Measuring temperature of a particular environment
- Providing thermal shutdown for a circuit/component
- Monitoring Battery Temperature
- Measuring Temperatures for HVAC applications.
|Minimum and Maximum Input Voltage||35V and -2V respectively. Typically 5V|
|Temperature Range||-55°C to 150°C|
|Drain current||less than 60uA|