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Datasheet Texas Instruments LM35DM/NOPB

Texas Instruments LM35DM/NOPB

:Texas Instruments
:LM35
:LM35DM/NOPB

±0.5°C Temperature Sensor with Analog Output with 30V Capability 8-SOIC 0 to 100

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: Datasheet Texas Instruments LM35DM/NOPB

    LM35DM/NOPB .83,00 131,00 .
    TEMP SENSOR, 30V, SMD; Sensor / Transducer Type:Temperature; Voltage, Output:6V; Current, Output:10mA; Accuracy:1°C; Voltage, Output per °C:10mV/°C; Voltage, Supply Min:4V; Voltage,...
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InterfaceAnalog Output
Local Sensor Accuracy(Max)(+/- C)0.5
Operating Temperature Range(C)-40 to 110
-55 to 150
0 to 100
0 to 70
Package GroupSOIC
Package Size: mm2:W x L (PKG)8SOIC: 29 mm2: 6 x 4.9(SOIC)
RatingMilitary
Supply Current(Max)(uA)114
Supply Voltage(Max)(V)30
Supply Voltage(Min)(V)4

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Pin88
Package TypeDD
Industry STD TermSOICSOIC
JEDEC CodeR-PDSO-GR-PDSO-G
Package QTY9595
CarrierTUBETUBE
Device MarkingMLM35D
Width ()3.913.91
Length ()4.94.9
Thickness ()1.581.58
Pitch ()1.271.27
Max Height ()1.751.75
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