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MAX6634


Part Number MAX6634
Manufacturer Maxim Integrated Products
Title 12-Bit Plus Sign Temperature Sensors
Description The MAX6633/MAX6634/MAX6635 combine a temperature sensor, a programmable overtemperature alarm, and an SMBus™/I2C™-compatible serial interface int...
Features MAX6633/MAX6634/MAX6635 Ordering Information PART MAX6633MSA MAX6634MSA MAX6635MSA TEMP. RANGE -55°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C -55°C to +150°C PIN-PACKAGE 8 SO 8 SO 8 SO Typical Operating Circuit VCC 0.1µF +3.0V TO +5.5V 8 VCC 10kΩ 1kΩ 1kΩ 10kΩ Applications Battery Temperature Alarms PC Temperat...

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MAX6631 : The MAX6629–MAX6632 are local digital temperature sensors with an SPI-compatible serial interface. The temperature is converted to a 12-bit + sign word with a resolution of 0.0625°C/LSB. An extended temperature range provides useful readings up to +150°C. These sensors are 3-wire serial interface SPI compatible, allowing the MAX6629–MAX6632 to be readily connected to a variety of microcontrollers (μCs). The MAX6629– MAX6632 are read-only devices, simplifying their use in systems where only temperature data is required. All four digital temperature sensors require very little supply current, making them ideal for portable systems. The MAX6631/MAX6632 perform a temperature-to-digital conver.

MAX6632 : The MAX6629–MAX6632 are local digital temperature sensors with an SPI-compatible serial interface. The temperature is converted to a 12-bit + sign word with a resolution of 0.0625°C/LSB. An extended temperature range provides useful readings up to +150°C. These sensors are 3-wire serial interface SPI compatible, allowing the MAX6629–MAX6632 to be readily connected to a variety of microcontrollers (μCs). The MAX6629– MAX6632 are read-only devices, simplifying their use in systems where only temperature data is required. All four digital temperature sensors require very little supply current, making them ideal for portable systems. The MAX6631/MAX6632 perform a temperature-to-digital conver.

MAX6633 : The MAX6633/MAX6634/MAX6635 combine a temperature sensor, a programmable overtemperature alarm, and an SMBus™/I2C™-compatible serial interface into a single package. They convert their die temperatures into digital values using internal analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). The result of the conversion is then held in a temperature register as a 12-bit + sign value, allowing 0.0625°C resolution, readable at any time through the serial interface. The devices are capable of reading temperatures up to +150°C. The MAX6633/MAX6634/MAX6635 feature a shutdown mode that saves power by turning off everything except the power-on reset (POR) and the serial interface. The devices can be configured to sep.

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