Overview

Description

The TSE2004GB2B0 is a digital temperature sensor with integrated 4 Kbit EEPROM for memory modules. It features accuracy up to ±0.5°C was designed to target applications demanding highest level of temperature readout.

The TSE2004GB2C0 is the recommended alternative for new designs.

Features

  • Temperature Sensor + 512 Byte Serial EEPROM
  • 512 Byte Serial EEPROM for SPD
  • Single Supply: 2.2V to 3.6V
  • Accurate timeout support
    • Meets strict SMBus spec of 25ms (min), 35ms (max)
  • Timeout supported for Temp Sensor and EEPROM
  • Timeout supported in all Modes
    • Active mode for Temp sensor and EEPROM
    • EEPROM in standby or Temp sensor in shutdown
    • EEPROM in standby and Temp sensor in shutdown
  • Schmitt trigger and noise filtering on bus inputs
  • 2-wire Serial Interface: 10KHz to 1 MHz max I2C™ /SMBus™
  • Available Package: TDFN-8

Documentation

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Datasheet
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Product Change Notice
PDF1.08 MB 简体中文
White Paper
PDF5.22 MB
White Paper

Design & Development

Software & Tools

Software Downloads

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Videos & Training

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