• How to connect ADT6401 to a LTC2953-1 for thermal cutout switch URGENT

    Hello,

    We are using the LTC2953-1 as a switch without a MCU to control a DCDC Converter, the board does get warm and as a safety factor we are to implement a thermal switch off.

    I was thinking of using something from the Analog line like the  and connecting…

  • RE: ADT6401 Output Problem

    Hi,

    I am mallikarjun from honeywell. We are planning to use this component in one of our new design. Whether this dependency on VCC Rise time (2.5ms upto 0 to 2.7V) is still existing for this part.  Any device errata/ whether this problem rectified in…

  • ADT6401 REACH compliance

    Hello Support,

    I am FAE from Brazil, responsible for supporting all demands from ADI here.

    I just came back from a full week of visitings and happened to go to a customer who is in deep needs of our REACH compliance for the ADT6401. They are in the…

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  • RE: AD22105 Simple temperature control

    Hi,

    Apologies for the delayed response. The rest of our Temperature Switches offerings can be found here. You might want to look at the ADT6401/ADT6402, it's cheaper than the AD22105 but the AD22105 is still more accurate. The trip point setting for…

  • LM26 alternative

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    Our customer uses this part from TI  : LM26CIM5-HHD .  This has a trip point of
    0 degrees. However , our customer wants a part with a fixed trip point at 7
    degC switch-on? I think that should be p/n LM26CIM5-HSD – but TI do not produce
    such a device…

  • RE: TMP01 battery operation

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    David,

      Picture this.  There is a 2.5V reference inside the part, so you wouldn't expect the part to work at 2V for example.

    But there are other blocks and we don't know how they are designed, but something needs more than 4.1V.  The part is specified…

  • RE: need help temp sensor design

    Hi Ronald,

    The AD7314 is only rated from -35°C to +85°C.

    Some devices that may interst you for this project are:

    • The ADT75. This is 2 degree accuracy, i2c interface, digital temperature sensor. It operates between   -55 to +125°C. There is an alert…