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Part Number: LM34
We have been using a LM34 for the past 30 years as a temperature sensor in a device we manufacture. We have not had any issues until recently. The issue is that 1-2% of the sensors will work fine then swing widely from low to high and they return to normal in most cases. Has any seen this before or no of any issues with any batches of product?
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Can you provide more information on what you mean by swing widely from low to high, then return to normal? How are you measuring this output?
Are you happening to drive a capacitive load LM34 output?
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