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Voltage Output Temperature Sensor with Signal Conditioning
Analog Devices Inc.

Description
The AD221001 is a monolithic temperature sensor with on-chip signal conditioning. It can be operated over the temperature range -50°C to +150°C, making it ideal for use in numerous HVAC,...
Features
200°C Temperature Span Accuracy Better Than ±2% of Full Scale Linearity Better Than ±1% of Full Scale Temperature Coefficient of 22.5 mV/°C Output proportional to temperature x V+ Single-supply Operation Reverse Voltage Protection Minimal Self Heating High Level, Low Impedance Output

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