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Temperature Sensors - Applications

Whether your design needs highly accurate temperature measurement or ensured functionality when designed into a space-constrained PCB, our temperature sensors deliver exceptional performance and reliability for many automotive, industrial, and personal electronics applications. The information below will help you identify the right temperature sensor for your design while explaining the benefits of temperature measurement for the specific applications. 

Automotive

Temperature sensing in automotive applications demands reliability, accuracy, a small footprint and a fast response. TI delivers on this promise with the widest temperature sensing portfolio in the industry with many  automotive graded parts (grade 1 and 0).

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ADAS

Autonomous driver assistance systems (ADAS) are critical in the car to ensure passenger safety. Our portfolio of sensors delivers accurate and reliable solutions to protect against thermal damage.

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge
Sensor fusion As autonomous cars collect data from their environment, they consume vast amounts of power and produce heat to process this data. Monitoring these processing systems to keep them within safe operating temperature ranges is imperative.

TMP102-Q1 - Digital

TMP112-Q1 - Digital

TMP451-Q1 - Digital

TMP75-Q1 - Digital

Temperature threshold detection
Cameras Front cameras are exposed to heat from the sun on top of its own self-generated operation heat. Measuring their temperature is necessary to compensate for the perception defects.  System temperature monitoring
Radar Radar systems gather millions of data points every second which requires high performance and power consumption at the DSPs and MCUs, introducing a lot of heat.  Temperature protection is required to keep them running smoothly.

Infotainment & clusters

Over temperature plagues both low- and high-end infotainment and cluster applications. Our portfolio of sensors protects large displays, USB chargers and graphical units from damage.

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge
Head unit Head unit displays need to reduce the brightness of the LED backlights as they heat up due to ambient or operating conditions. Monitoring the temperature allows them to alter their performance and protect the components.

TMP61-Q1 - Thermistor

TMP75-Q1 - Digital

TMP235-Q1 - Analog

TMP451-Q1 - Digital

TMP302-Q1 - Switch

LM57-Q1 - Switch

TMP390 - Switch

System temperature monitoring

Temperature threshold detection

Automotive external amplifier A lot of power runs through speakers, increasing device temperature. Thermal protection is needed at the power supply, the DSP and amplifiers to protect the components and enable a premium audio experience at all volumes and operating conditions.
Automotive media hub The compact form factor of media hubs includes minimal ventilation which increases the chances of thermal damage. Temperature threshold detection is needed to reduce power consumption and disconnect unnecessary systems when the components heat up.  Temperature threshold detection

Hybrid, electric & powertrain systems

Electric vehicles and powertrains are becoming more dependent on thermal management. Our sensors help to ensure passenger safety and system reliablity.

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge
On-board chargers (OCB) OBCs and wireless chargers need to quickly and efficiently convert high power AC to DC which is very heat intensive. Thermal monitoring is critical in order to rapidly shut down the power transfer operation in case of over temperature scenarios.

TMP61-Q1 - Thermistor

LMT01-Q1 - Digital

TMP235-Q1 - Analog

LMT87-Q1 - Analog

Temperature threshold detection
Inverter & motor control Inverters need to operate at peak performance and efficiency, yet have to stay within safe thermal conditions. Accurately monitoring their temperature can take your system closer to its limits without having to scale down performance. System temperature monitoring
Battery management systems Operating outside the temperature range of 0°C - 65°C can reduce the battery's lifetime and charge while also increasing the risk fire hazards. Monitoring the temperatures of battery cells is essential to the safety and efficiency of the vehicle.

System temperature monitoring

Temperature threshold detection

Body electronics & lighting

Body electronics and lighting components can heat up to dangerous temperatures if not properly monitored. Our portfolio of sensors enables autonomous protection for these systems. 

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge

Body control module

 

MCUs can be damaged from operating outside their specified temperature ranges. Diagnostic input subsystems in body control modules need temperature monitoring to protect components and prevent them from reaching dangerous temperatures. 

TMP61-Q1 - Thermistor

TMP107-Q1 - Digital

TMP235-Q1 - Analog

LMT87-Q1 - Analog

Temperature threshold detection
Headlights Headlights are critical for the safety of passengers at night, yet are typically the hottest lighting elements in vehicles. Temperature threshold detection can protect you LEDs by decreasing the power running through them.
System temperature monitoring
Interior lighting LED color changes with increases in temperature. It is necessary to design and compensate for these changes, and simple to do so with our temperature sensors. 

Industrial

Temperature is critical for many industrial applications for understanding environmental conditions, system health, and compensating for thermal drift. TI offers the widest breath of industrial temperature sensors ranging from ultra-high accuracy sensors that compete with RTDs, to low cost linear alternatives to NTC thermistors. Save power, board space, and time with TI Temperature Sensors.

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Factory automation

With the transition to Industry 4.0, temperature sensing is critical now more than ever in factories to monitor system health and prevent system down time while maximizing the performance of motors and other sensors. Our portfolio of temperature sensors help you get there. 

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge
Programmable logic controllers (PLC) & industrial PC PLCs and IPCs need a simple and accurate solution to cold junction compensation; a highly linear solution that eliminates the complexity of designing with discrete components. 

TMP1075 - Digital

TMP117 - Digital

TMP235 - Analog

TMP112 - Digital

Temperature compensation and calibration

System temperature monitoring

Field transmitters Field transmitters have the critical role of providing data from sensors. Temperature monitoring is necessary to maxmize their accuracy through thermal drift compensation of the sensors and support circuitry.

Fluid temperature monitoring

System temperature monitoring

Building automation

Temperature sensing is critical within building automation in order to keep homes and offices comfortable and safe. Our portfolio of sensors delivers accurate and reliable solutions to monitor environmental conditions and protects HVAC and surveillence systems.

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge
Thermostats Ambient temperature monitoring in thermostats needs to be accurate and maintain a low profile. Choosing the right sensors is needed to optimize comfort and energy costs.

TMP112 - Digital

TMP116 - Digital

HDC2010 - Humidity

TMP235 - Analog

TMP390 - Switch

Ambient temperature monitoring
IP camers & video doorbells Video doorbells and IP cameras have compact form factors that are effected by high environmental and operating temperatures. It is essential to provide thermal compensation in order to maximize the performance across different temeprature ranges, and protect the system from overheating.

System temperature monitoring

Temperature threshold detection

Medical

Sensors are rapidly transforming the medical world with accurate realtime data, requiring precise thermal monitoring. We help to create smarter helathcare at homes and hospitals with our ASTM E1112 compliant, ultra-compact, low power temperature sensors.

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge
Wearables & patient monitoring When it comes to medical temperature sensing, accuracy, size, and power consumption are all of high importance. Having temperature sensor that enables unobtrusive wireless real-time patient monitoring is critical for providing an early indicator for a variety of health issues and body conditions. 

TMP117 - Digital

LMT70 - Analog

Body temperature monitoring

Personal electronics

Temperature sensing in personal electronics plays a critical role for accurate battery saftey, biometrics, and personal health monitoring. TI's portfolio delivers with an offering of very low power, small, and highly accurate temperature sensors.

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Consumer wearables

Consumer wearables continue to add features and demand greater performance, which produces heat. Temperature sensors are crucial for providing highly accurate health monitoring data, enabling device safet, and improving battery life.

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge
Virtual & augmented reality Virtual/augmented reality devices heat up a lot because of its high computation intensive image processing. Temperature sensing is critical in these devices to maximize system performance and maintain device/operator safety. 

TMP108 - Digital

TMP103 - Digital

TMP1075 - Digital

TMP390 - Switch

TMP117 - Digital

TMP303 - Switch

Temperature threshold detection

System temperature monitoring

Hearables (audio with biosensing) Many features are packed into the small form factor of hearables which increases the heat produced by internal components. High accuracy temperature sensing is needed in order to enable health monitoring, and to protect batteries that are requiring thermal limit safety features. 

Speaker systems

Sound quality and device performance are both effected by component temperature within speakers. Our portfolio of sensors enable high quality audio amplifier gain compensation, environmental monitoring, and overtemperature protection.

Application
Why monitor temperature?
Recommended temperature sensors
Design challenge
Wireless speakers Wireless speakers heat up because they require high peformance from the battery and speakers while being tightly sealed and compact. Monitoring the temperature of these components provides the insight needed to keep the device safe and operating at its intended performance.

HDC2010 - Humidity

TMP108 - Digital

TMP1075 - Digital

TMP390 - Switch

TMP103 - Digital

TMP108 - Digital

Temperature threshold detection
Smart speakers
Temperature fluctuates a lot within smart speakers based on their activity level.  Measuring the temperature in and around the device enables a greater user experience as well as device performance and safety.

System temperature monitoring

Temperature threshold detection

Sound bars Soundbars/bases are extremely powerful devices that produce heat internally due to their high performance. It is necessary to accurately monitor temperature in order to ensure thermal safety protection without impeding performance.