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LM60BIM3 - Device Failure Risk & Accuracy below -25C?
I have a customer that is using an LM60BIM3 temp sensor on one of their outdoor products. This product is exposed to environmental temps down to -40C. They want to know the following:
1. What accuracy can they expect from this device below the rated -25C temp?
2. Is there a risk of component failure if the device is exposed to temps below -25C?
They are in the process of switching to the LM60CIM3 device (-40C to +125), but have some product in the pipeline at this point and want to better understand their risk.
The device will not be damaged at cold temperatures down to -40C. I assume they are using the LM60B - the accuracy will just degrade by a degree or so when the go below -20.
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I have a similar requirement for temperature range. Can i get a graph of accuracy vs temperature for the LM60BIM3?
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I just noticed an inconsistency in the datasheet I will get back to you on this. It may take me a few days. Do you need this information urgently?
I'm just curious why you are interested in the LM60?
Here you go:
Thank you so much this is exactly what i needed.
I am using the LM60 in a current product here at DEKA.
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