Part Number: TMP442 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMP432 , DXP Hi,
TMP442 datasheet states that the series resistance Rs should be under 1K, or 300 ohm if beta-compensation is used.
Does this refer to the total series resistance of both base and emitter…
Part Number: TMP442 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA219 TMP442B cannot be found on the I2C bus via a scanning method. The 'B' version of the part should be at I2C address 0x4D but it is not seen. I2C addresses for TMP442 are set in factory…
Part Number: TMP442 Hi, Support
I have a question about the TMP442B I2C addressing. From the datasheet, the address of the TMP442B is pre factory set address. 1001101b.
So, if I want to use two TMP442B in one board, how can I address them.. there…
Part Number: TMP442 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DXP , TMP422 Hi All,
I have a question about the TMP442.
The connection of DXP2/DXM2, which is unused, is described in the datasheet as an Open or GND connection. In E2E, it also states that DXP and DXN…
Part Number: TMP442 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DXP Hi Team,
Would you advise how should the customer connect no using input of
Is it OK to open or connect to GND better?
Part Number: TMP442
Could you please provide me the following thermal information,
Missing the following thermal information. Junction to board resistance Junction to case resistance
Thank you very much.
TMP442 and the TMP512 are great choices but neither of them have a default value above 100C. TMP442 does not have alert or therm functionality. TMP512 has a default limit of 85C. If the customer is looking for a multichannel solution with a high…