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App note: Thermal management

Posted on Sunday, August 21st, 2011 in app notes by Ian

An app note about heat management, including an overview of some cool thermocouple-reading ICs:

This product guide showcases Maxim’s industry-leading portfolio of thermal-management devices, which includes temperature sensors and switches, fan controllers, and a highly accurate thermocouple-to-digital converter. Learn how to select the right fan controller and improve designs using multichannel temperature sensors.

Thanks rsdio!

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One Response to “App note: Thermal management”

  1. Drone says:

    Nice product brochure. It is up to date too. The MAX31855 shown above in this post is a cutting edge cold junction compensated thermocouple to digital converter that Maxim just released at the end of last June. See this post:

    http://dangerousprototypes.com/2011/04/23/max31855-cold-junction-compensated-thermocouple-to-digital-converter/

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