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Low Current Consumption Thermostat Output Temperature Sensor ICs - BDJ0901HFV

BDJxxx1HFV series is a thermostat output temperature sensor IC with built-in temperature detection element, constant current circuit, and a high-accuracy reference voltage source in one chip. Temperature detection can be realized at ±2.5°C accuracy without the need for a complicated design. It is the best suited for portable equipment of micro- and low-current, power down function, and battery drive. It is possible to use it for a wide range of applications such as heat detection and temperature monitors because it provides an analog output in addition to the thermostat power output. BDJxxx1HFV series has 6 products at 60°C, 70°C, 75°C, 80°C, 85°C and 90°C detection temperature.

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* This product is a STANDARD grade product and not recommend for on-vehicle devices.
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BDJ0901HFV-TR Active HVSOF5 3000 3000 Taping Yes
 
Specifications:
Sensor Type Thermostat
Detect Temperature[°C] 90
Output Type Open drain
Output active logic Active high
Vcc(Min.)[V] 2.4
Vcc(Max.)[V] 5.5
Supply current[µA] 7.5
Powerdown current[µA] 5.3
Detect temperature accuracy[°C] ±2.5
Temperature sensitivity[mV/°C] -8.2
Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C] -30
Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C] 100
Features:
  • ・ Detection Temperature lineup at 70℃,75℃,80℃,85℃,90℃ ( 5 products )
    ・ Power supply Voltage range 2.4~5.5V.
    ・ High Accuracy thermostat ( typ.±1.0℃, max.±2.5℃ @Ta=70~90℃ )
    ・ High Accuracy Analog Output ( typ.±1.0℃, max.±2.5℃ @Ta=-30~100℃ )
    ・ Analog Output Temperature Sensitivity ( typ. -8.2mV/℃ )
    ・ Low Supply Current ( typ. 7.5uA )
    ・ Power down control function built in.(PD interface Voltage min 1.5V)
    8) Small Package ( typ. 1.60mm×1.60mm×0.60mm )
    9) Low thermal resistance package ( typ. 187℃/W )
    10) ESD Rating 8kV ( HBM )
 
 
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