RTD and Thermocouple Interface

Temperature sensors include a variety of devices: thermistors, thermocouples, resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), and various silicon-based temperature sensors. Each type of temperature sensor has different signal conditioning requirements for converting sensor output to an accurate temperature reading. For an introduction to thermal management devices and the ways in which they may be used, refer to Maxim's Thermal Handbook.

Maxim provides temperature sensor interface ICs for many sensor types, including RTDs and thermocouples.



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX30105 High-Sensitivity Optical Sensor for Smoke Detection Applications
10:00 min
July 2016



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX30101 High-Sensitivity Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor for Wearable Health
10:00 min
June 2016



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX30205 Human Body Temperature Sensor
10:00 min
July 2016



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX31856 Precision Thermocouple to Digital Converter with Linearization
10:00 min
February 2015



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX31875 Low-Power I2C Temperature Sensor in WLP Package
08:11 min
June 2017



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX86160 Integrated Heart-Rate Sensor for In-Ear Applications
10:00 min
August 2016



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX14819 Dual IO-Link Master Transceiver with Integrated Framers and L+ Supply Controllers
13:20 min
March 2017



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX86150
07:09 min
November 2017



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX30102 High-Sensitivity Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor for Wearable Health
10:00 min
September 2015



Industrial Control System Design
26:38 min
August 2017



Designing Signal Chain Products Alongside FPGAs and Micros
01:01:05 min
June 2017