I used the ADT7310, but I don't know if the ADT7310 can be used with the ADT7310. If not, please recommend a temperature sensor for temperature measurement in a vacuum environment!
Hi ding pengfei,
But you do want to measure temperature of an object inside the oven, don't you? I guess you will attach your PCB containing the sensor to the object you want to know its temperature. In that case, to my undestanding, wouldn't this heat be transfered by conduction from the object (a wall maybe) to the PCB? And from the pcb to the device and through the package to the die, which temperature is reflected by the sensor.
In any case, the thermal path from what you actually want to measure to the die is something than can be characterized, taking into account whether the heat transfer is done to conduction or radiation in your particular application.
I would suggest you could evaluate those parts, using the evaluation board in your oven, note that we have available boards for ADT7x10 sensors (+/-0.5C accuracy) and ADT7x20 (+-0.25C accuracy) with the possibility to attach external boards to the main board, to be placed on their own remote from the main one, which I believe could be handy here. Please find more info on the following links.
ADT7420 Evaluation Board | Analog Devices
ADT7310, ADT7311, ADT7312 and ADT7410 Evaluation Board | Analog Devices