Part Number: HDC1080
Hi TI Folks,
Good day to you.
Considering to design a wearable product with HDC1080 / HDC2010, need to clarify how much effect when sweat appears / stick on its sensor area:
Two more question are, after the sweat on sensor is dry,
Hi Jiang,I'm sorry, but we have not performed any test on sweat.Let me figure out with the HDC's designers if the sweat can impact the performances of the sensing element, and I will be back to you.Thanks in advance for the patience.Best regards,Carmine
In reply to Carmine Iascone:
In reply to weiji jiang:
We had and internal discussion regarding your questions and we think that if the sweat goes in contact with the sensing element, there are two effects:
Probably the best solution is to try to cover the opening of the sensor with a waterproof material, like for example a Gore-Tex tape.
Please let me know if this replies to your questions.
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