TMP235-Q1 is recommended as a P2P drop-in alternative for the LMT8x family of parts. The TMP235 has a +10 mV/Deg C gain, so keeping that in mind I would start here.
The mV/Deg C gain is one thing to consider between the LMT8x family of devices, but…
Thank you, Jalen.
Do you have any testing data to back up the "Most likely the LM50-Q1 will continue to follow the 10mV/°C" comment?
I will propose TMP235-Q1, however, it's pretty late in the design cycle, and I am not sure they will be able…
Dear Igor -
Thanks for posting on E2E!
the datasheet is not really contradicting itself. The spec table is presented that way so it presents the entire operating range of the part and what will be seen over a smaller range, that results in a same accuracy…
Part Number: LM335A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMP235-Q1 , LM45 , LM50-Q1 , LM61 , LMT90 , LM50 , TMP235 Can you recommend a similar style device that comes in a smaller SMT package? SOT-23, SC-70, etc. SO-8 is pretty big, TO-92 is big and thru hole.
Thanks for your question.
You're correct on all accounts here. The TMP235 is functionally equivalent to the LM50 with the exception of supply voltage range, and a better accuracy specification (on the A2 version). The same is true for the automotive…
Part Number: LMT70 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMP112 , TMP235 , , ADS1113 , LM73
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