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1 SENSORS Solutions Guide Sense the Possibilities

2 BUILDING THE INTERNET OF THINGS How How Future Electronics puts all the pieces in place The Internet of Things is the next disruptive technology which will revolutionise how we interface with the outside world. But how is a designer to architect innovative IoT solutions, while making sure the systems are interoperable with other manufacturers IoT products? The answer: with expert help from Future Electronics. Today, our technical specialists are helping early adopters get to market quickly by supporting them with a portfolio of the world s best solutions for IoT designs, in a system called Collect, Control, Communicate. COLLECT, Devices that acquire data, including MEMS and silicon sensors, and precise, low-power signal processing parts. CONTROL, Ultra-low power microcontrollers based on popular cores such as ARM, MIPS and AVR. COMMUNICATE, RF technologies, including Bluetooth Low Energy, ISM-band licence-free radios, ZigBee, Wi-Fi and NFC. To pull all the pieces together, Future Electronics provides IoT SOLUTIONS, dedicated experts in connectivity, power and energy systems, advanced ARM accredited engineers, and strategic partnerships to provide you with both security solutions and cloud-based data storage capability. So talk to Future Electronics, and let us help you build innovative IoT solutions, one block at a time.

3 SENSORS Solutions Guide Sense the Possibilities Sensors Table of Contents Supplier Index Phone Numbers Accelerometer Acoustic Combo Sensor Gyroscope / Angular Rate Humidity Image Light & Optical Magnetic / Hall Motion Position / Speed Pressure Proximity Temperature /2015

4 SUPPLIER INDEX Amphenol Advanced Sensors Amphenol Advanced Sensors Humidity , 35 Pressure Temperature , 123 ams Light & Optical Position / Speed... 85, 86, Proximity , Ad....Inside Back Cover Measurement Specialties Accelerometer....6 Humidity Pressure , 97 Temperature , 126 Microchip Proximity Temperature Semtech Proximity , 109, 115, 116 Sensirion Humidity , 36 Pressure , 27, 31 Temperature...45 Pressure , 101 Temperature SUPPLIER INDEX 2 Atmel Temperature Avago Light & Optical Proximity Crocus Technology Magnetic / Hall...71 Cypress Proximity Diodes Magnetic / Hall... 66, 67 Intersil Light & Optical Proximity Kionix Accelerometer.... 6, 8 Combo Sensor...22 Melexis Image...41 Magnetic / Hall... 67, 69, 70, Position / Speed... 84, 91, 92 Temperature , 121, Murata Accelerometer.... 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Acoustic...18 Combo Sensor , 24 Gyro / Angular Rate...31 Magnetic / Hall Motion Position / Speed NXP Position / Speed , 86, 93 Proximity Temperature , 130 ON Semiconductor Image , 40, Temperature Panasonic Light & Optical Motion TT Electronics / Optek Technology Position / Speed Proximity ROHM Accelerometer Combo Sensor Light & Optical , 61 Magnetic / Hall... 68, 69, 75 Motion Proximity Temperature Ad STMicroelectronics Accelerometer.... 6, 8, Acoustic... 18, 19 Combo Sensor , 23, Gyro / Angular Rate... 31, 32 Humidity Light & Optical Magnetic / Hall... 70, 76 Pressure , 102 Proximity Temperature , 119 Ad.... Back Cover TDK Pressure Temperature , 132 Vishay Light & Optical , Position / Speed , 86, 87 Proximity Temperature , 123 Wolfson Microelectronics Acoustic... 18, 20 Image Proximity Zilog Motion

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6 PHONE NUMBERS For the latest branch information, go to PHONE NUMBERS 4 UNITED STATES CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER Alabama Huntsville Arizona Phoenix Irvine Los Angeles California Sacramento San Diego San Jose Colorado Denver Connecticut Cheshire Clearwater Florida Ft Lauderdale Orlando Georgia Atlanta Idaho Boise Illinois Chicago Indiana Indianapolis Kansas Kansas City Maryland Baltimore Massachusetts Bolton Michigan Detroit Grand Rapids Minnesota Minneapolis Missouri St. Louis Nevada Reno New Jersey Fairfield Mt. Laurel Long Island New York Rochester Syracuse North Carolina Charlotte Raleigh Ohio Cleveland Dayton Oklahoma Tulsa Oregon Portland Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Puerto Rico Vega Baja Austin Texas Dallas El Paso Houston Utah Salt Lake City Washington Seattle Wisconsin Milwaukee CANADA CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER Alberta Calgary British Columbia Vancouver Ontario Ottawa Toronto Quebec Montreal Quebec City New Brunswick Moncton MEXICO CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER Guadalajara Monterrey Mexico City BRAZIL CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER Campinas Porto Alegre Sao Paulo ASIA / PACIFIC CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER Australia China Adelaide Melbourne Sydney Beijing Nanjing Guangzhou Shanghai Qingdao Suzhou Shenzhen Xiamen Shenzhen (FAI) Tianjin Hong Kong Hong Kong India Bangalore Mumbai New Delhi Pune Japan Osaka Yokohama Korea Daegu Seoul Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Penang New Zealand Christchurch Philippines Manila Singapore Singapore Singapore Taiwan Hsinchu Taipei Thailand Bangkok Vietnam Ho Chi Minh Hanoi EUROPE CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER Austria Vienna +43 (1) Belgium Erembodegem-Aalst Bulgaria Sofia or 5966 Czech Republic Prague Denmark Vejle Estonia Tallinn Finland Helsinki France Germany Lyon Paris Rennes Toulouse Dortmund Erfurt Frankfurt Hamburg Munich Stuttgart Hungary Budapest Ireland Ennis Israel Tel Aviv Italy Bologna Milan Padova Rome Lithuania Kaunas Netherlands Breda Norway Oslo Poland Warsaw Gdansk Romania Cluj-Napoca Rusion Fed. Moscow South Africa Cape Town +27 (0) Spain Barcelona Madrid Sweden Gothenburg Malmo Stockholm Switzerland Volketswil Turkey Istanbul United Kingdom Egham Manchester

7 ACCELEROMETER What is an accelerometer? An accelerometer is a device that measures acceleration or G force. This force may be static, such as gravity, or it can be dynamic, i.e. produced by changes in velocity (or direction) of an object in motion. Accelerometers are most commonly produced in a Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) based manufacturing process with integrated signal processing & conditioning circuits in the same IC. Recently, with the growing popularity of consumer portable devices like smart phones and tablets, accelerometers experienced significant growth and improvements which include increased functionality, higher accuracy and sensitivity. The latest development is a higher level of integration with multiple dimensional detection circuitry, MCU, DSP or ASIC to form a multi-axis sensing platform. Application Real Life Examples Cases Freefall detection Laptop and hard disk drives Gaming controls Nintendo Wii remotes Sports / Healthcare Sport watches, footpod, Pedometer / Activity Monitoring, Device Orientation, Gesture Recognition User interface Smartphones & related apps Image stabilization Camcorders, DSCs Balance control Segways, robotics GPS navigation GPS receivers Automobiles Airbag restraint systems ESP (Electronic Stability Programs) ABS (Anti-lock Braking Systems) Tilt measurement for alarm systems Active suspension systems Important selection parameters Output Types (Analog vs. Digital) Analog output accelerometers produce a linearly proportional voltage output signal. Digital accelerometers incorporate signal conditioning and an ADC (analog-digital converter) with output via either I 2 C or SPI interface directly with processor or microcontrollers. Sensing Axis Accelerometers are available in single-axis (X), dual-axis (XY) and tri-axis (XYZ axis for three dimensional detection). Sensing Range Sensing range defines the maximum level of acceleration that can be measured. Sensitivity Sensitivity is defined as the output change per unit of input acceleration at normal operating voltage and temperature. The more sensitivity the more accurate readings can be acquired. Typical applications Accelerometers are found today in a wide range of industrial, automotive, aircraft, military, and increasingly consumer applications. They are an essential part of car airbag safety systems, hard-drives for impact protection, and aircraft for instrument navigation. The rapid evolution of silicon-based MEMS (Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems) technology, which brings significant advantage in cost, performance and size, has permitted the widespread adoption of accelerometers in consumer products such as cell phones, video games, camcorders and digital cameras, to name a few. ACCELEROMETER 5

8 ACCELEROMETER Analog Output Accelerometer The analog output (i.e. voltage) of an accelerometer is proportional to the acceleration. With world leading accelerometer suppliers like STMicroelectronics, Measurement Specialties, Murata & Kionix, Future Electronics offers the most extensive solutions for acceleration measurement. ACCELEROMETER 6 STMicro Murata Measurement Specialties Kionix Part Number Sensing Range (g) Sensing Axis Sensitivity Typ. (mv/g) Zero-g Offset Typ. (V) Bandwidth Typ. (Hz) Supply Voltage Typ. (Volt) Supply Current Typ. (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package KXTC ±4g X, Y, Z no low pass to +85 LGA 16 4x4x1.3 mm KXTC ±2.86g X, Y, Z no low pass to +85 LGA 16 4x4x1.3 mm KXTC ±2g X, Y, Z to +85 LGA 10 3x3x0.9 mm KXTC ±2g X, Y, Z to +85 LGA 10 3x3x0.9 mm 3022/ P 2 Z 20 ± to to to +121 Epoxy/Flange Mount 3022/ P 5 Z 12 ± to to to +121 Epoxy/Flange Mount 3022/ P 10 Z 6 ± to to to +121 Epoxy/Flange Mount 3022/ P 20 Z 3 ± to to to +121 Epoxy/Flange Mount 3022/ P 50 Z 1.2 ± to to to +121 Epoxy/Flange Mount 3022/ P 100 Z 0.6 ± to to to +121 Epoxy/Flange Mount 3022/ P 200 Z 0.3 ± to to to +121 Epoxy/Flange Mount Z 1.2 ± to to to +121 Surface Mount Z 0.6 ± to to to +121 Surface Mount 3255A Z 80 ± to to +85 Surface Mount 3255A Z ± to to +85 Surface Mount 3255A Z ± to to +85 Surface Mount 3255A Z ± to to +85 Surface Mount 3255A Z ± to to +85 Surface Mount SCA61T-FAHH1G-1 SCA61T-FA1H1G-1 SCA100T-D01-1 SCA100T-D02-1 SCA103T-D04-1 SCA103T-D05-1 ±30, ±0.5g ±90, ±1.0g ±30, ±0.5g ±90, ±1.0g ±15, ±0.26g ±30, ±0.5g X 4.0V/g to +125 X 2.0V/g to +125 XY 4.0V/g to +124 XY 2.0V/g to +125 X 16.0V/g to +125 X 8.0V/g to +126 SCA610-E23H1A-1 ±1.5g X 1.33V/g to +125 SCA620-EF1V1B g Z 2.00V/g to +125 SCA1000-N ±4g XY 0.55V/g to pin Surface mount lead bend 8-pin Surface mount lead bend 12-pin Surface mount lead bend 12-pin Surface mount lead bend 12-pin Surface mount lead bend 12-pin Surface mount lead bend 8-pin Surface mount lead bend 8-pin Surface mount lead bend 12-pin Surface mount lead bend LIS332AXTR ±2 X, Y, Z to +85 LLGA 16 3x3x1.0 mm LIS332ARTR ±2 X, Y, Z to +85 LLGA 16 3x3x1.0 mm LIS344ALHTR ±2;±6 X, Y, Z to +85 LLGA 16 4x4x1.5 mm LIS352ARTR ±2 X, Y, Z to +85 LGA 14 3x5x0.9 mm LIS352AXTR ±2 X, Y, Z to +85 LGA 14 3x5x0.9 mm

9 ACCELEROMETER Shock Sensor Shock sensor detects impact or vibration. Murata s shock sensor is based on piezoelectric ceramics technology. The piezoelectric element produces a voltage which is proportional to the acceleration of an impact or a vibration to which the sensor is exposed. Murata Part Number Primary Axis Inclined Angle Sensitivity Capacitance Insulation Resistance (min) Resonant Frequency (Typ.) Non-linearity (Typ.) Shock Resistance Operating Temp. ( C) PKGS-00GXP1-R pC/G 390pF 500M ohm 31kHz 1% 3000G -40 to 85 PKGS-00LDP1-R pC/G 770pF 500M ohm 20kHz 1% 1500G -40 to 85 PKGS-25SXAP1-R pC/G 740pF 100M ohm 27kHz 1% 3000G -40 to 85 Microcontrollers STMicroelectronics Enhance your Signal Chain Low Power Micro Power Precision ST op-amps 7 Sensors

10 ACCELEROMETER Digital Output Accelerometer Digital output accelerometers integrate MEMS sensing element, signal conditioning and analog-to-digital converter into one package, which makes it easy for interfacing with microprocessors or microcontrollers. ACCELEROMETER 8 Kionix Murata STMicro Part Number Sensing Range (g) Sensing Axis KX022 ±2, ±4, ±8 X, Y, Z KX023 ±2, ±4, ±8 X, Y, Z Sensitivity (LSB/g) 16384, 8192, , 8192, 4096 Output Interface Bandwidth (Hz) Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package SPI/I²C to +85 LGA (2 x 2 x 0.9mm) SPI/I²C to +85 LGA (3 x 3 x 0.9mm) SCA3100-D04-1 ±2g X, Y, Z 900 SPI to +125 DFL 7.6x8.6x3.3mm SCA3100-D07-1 ±6g X, Y, Z 650 SPI to +125 DFL 7.6x8.6x3.3mm SCA61T- FAHH1G-1 SCA61T- FA1H1G-1 ±30, ±0.5g X 1024 SPI to +125 ±90, ±1.0g X 1024 SPI to pin Surface mount lead bend 8-pin Surface mount lead bend SCA830-D07-1 ±30, ±0.5g XY SPI to +125 DFL 7.6x8.6x3.3mm SCA100T-D01-1 ±30, ±0.5g XY 1638 SPI to +124 SCA100T-D02-1 ±90, ±1.0g XY 819 SPI to +125 SCA103T-D04 ±15, ±0.26g X 1024 SPI to +125 SCA103T-D05 ±30, ±0.5g X 1024 SPI to +126 AIS326DQ ±2;±6 X, Y, Z 1024/340 SPI to +125 AIS328DQ ±2;±4;±8 X, Y, Z AIS3624DQ 6g / 12g / 24g X, Y, Z H3LIS331DLTR ±100; ±200, ±400 X, Y, Z LIS2DHTR ±2;±4;±8;±16 X, Y, Z LIS2DH12TR ±2;±4;±8;±16 X, Y, Z LIS2DMTR ±2;±4;±8;±16 X, Y, Z LIS2HH12TR ± 2; ± 4; ± 8 X, Y, Z LIS331HH ±6;±12;±24 X, Y, Z LIS33DE ±2;±4;±8;±16 X, Y, Z LIS3DHTR ±2;±4;±8;±16 X, Y, Z LIS3DSH ±2;±4;±6;±8;±16 X, Y, Z 0.98 mg/digit, 1.95 mg/digit, 3.91 mg/digit 2.9 mg/digit, 5.9 mg/digit, 11.7 mg/digit 49 mg/digit, 98 mg/digit, 195 mg/digit 1 mg/digit to 192 mg/digit 1 mg/digit to 192 mg/digit 16 mg/digit to 192 mg/digit mg/digit, mg/digit, mg/digit 3 mg/digit, 6 mg/digit, 12 mg/digit 18 mg/digit, 72 mg/digit 1 mg/digit to 12 mg/digit 0.06 mg/digit to 0.73 mg/digit SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 1x digital interrupt pin SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins SPI/I²C 2x digital interrupt pins 12-pin Surface mount lead bend 12-pin Surface mount lead bend 12-pin Surface mount lead bend 12-pin Surface mount lead bend QFPN 28 7x7x1.9mm to +125 QFN 24 4x4x1.8mm to +105 QFN 24 4x4x1.8mm to +125 TFLGA 16 3x3x1.0mm to +85 LGA 14 2x2x1.0mm to +85 LGA 12 2x2x1.0mm to +85 LGA 14 2x2x1.0mm to +85 LGA 12 2x2x1.0mm to +85 LGA 16 3x3x1mm to +85 LGA 16 3x3x1mm to +85 LGA 16 3x3x1mm to +85 LGA 16 3x3x1mm

11 ACCELEROMETER 2-Axis and 3-Axis Accelerometers Excel in Demanding Applications Product Overview Murata Electronics SCA21xx and SCA31xx are high performance, robust digital accelerometers ideal for applications operating in harsh environments (High Temp, Shock, and Vibration). The sensing element and the measuring ASIC are assembled in a SMD dual flat lead package suitable for re-flow soldering. They are environmentally protected with silicone gel, resulting in excellent performance and reliability in high humidity environments and in varying temperatures. In addition, the robust sensing element is designed with over damped frequency response which enables excellent performance even in harsh and vibrating environments Features SCA21xx = +/-2g, Dual-axis accelerometer SCA31xx = +/-2g, or +/-6g, Tri-axis accelerometer Excellent offset stability over temperature and time Outstanding accuracy and low noise Robust design, high shock durability (up to 20000g) Highly insensitive to mechanical shocks and vibration Ideal for measurement in harsh environments: large temperature changes, high shock and vibration Advanced self diagnostic features AEC-Q100 qualified Supply voltage 3.3V Operating temperature = -40C C Applications Machine and motion control Platform stabilization and control Oil and gas directional drilling Precision agriculture auto Steering & tilt compensation Marine Antenna Stabilization Automotive electronic stability control, transmission control, electric parking brake Marine trimming Structural / seismic monitoring ACCELEROMETER 9

12 ACCELEROMETER 1-Axis Accelerometer Optimized for Tilt Sensing in Rugged Environments ACCELEROMETER Product Overview Murata SCA103T series are high performance accelerometers optimized for high accuracy inclination and tilt measurements. This series utilizes a differential measurement principle to compensate for common mode errors and noise effects, providing extremely high accuracy. The SCA103T offers an output resolution of Furthermore, this product is insensitive to vibration due to over damped sensing elements plus it can withstand mechanical shocks of g. Features Inclination measurement ranges +/-15 o (SCA103T-D04) and +/-30 o (SCA103T-D05) High accuracy = resolution (10Hz BW, analog output) Excellent stability over temperature and time and low noise Robust design, high shock durability (up to 20000g) Highly insensitive to mechanical shocks and vibration Ideal for measurement in harsh environmental conditions: large temperature changes, high shock and vibration Supply voltage 5V Operating temperature = -40C to +125C Applications Leveling instruments Rotating laser levels Machine and motion control Geotechnical probes Oil and gas directional drilling Railway track monitoring Solar tracking Structural / seismic monitoring Artificial horizon, avionics 10

13 ACCELEROMETER KX022 & KX023 Accelerometer Tiny Accelerometers with FIFO/FILO Buffer and Flexset Performance Optimizer Product Overview The KX022 and KX023 accelerometers deliver unparalleled flexibility, enabling you to optimize power and noise performance to meet your product design needs. By simply selecting the output data rate (ODR) and amount of oversampling for data averaging you can tune power and noise performance to meet the needs of your specific application. In addition, the 3-axis KX022 and KX023 offer I 2 C/SPI output and an integrated FIFO/FILO buffer that features a wide range of embedded functionality, including tap detection, orientation, activity, and wake-up algorithms. Kionix s XAC sensor provides outstanding stability with a marketleading combination of improved shock, reflow, and thermal performance. Features 2x2x0.9mm (KX022) and 3x3x0.9mm (KX023) LGA package Full-featured algorithm engine including: Tap detection, orientation detection, activity monitoring, and embedded motion wake-up algorithms Low current consumption in all modes: 0.9 μa in standby, 10 μa at normal resolution, and 145 μa at high resolution Two interrupt registers User-configurable, embedded wake-up function to conserve battery power Internal voltage regulator to maintain constant internal operating voltages throughout the V input supply range Applications User Interface Power Management Active/Inactive Monitoring Device Orientation Inclination and Tilt Sensing Gesture Recognition Pedometer/Activity Monitoring Motion-controlled User interface For: Health and Fitness Gaming and Virtual Reality Smartphones and Mobile Devices Laptops ACCELEROMETER 11

14 ACCELEROMETER High-performance Accelerometer for Automotive Applications High Performance Digital accel with embedded state machine that can be programmed to implement autonomous applications ACCELEROMETER Product Overview The AIS328DQ is an ultra low-power high performance 3-axis linear accelerometer with a digital serial interface SPI standard output. An I 2 C compatible interface is also available. The device features ultra low-power operational modes that allow advanced power saving and smart sleep-to-wakeup functions. The AIS328DQ has dynamic user-selectable full-scales of ±2g/±4g/±8g and is capable of measuring accelerations with output data rates from 0.5 Hz to 1 khz. The self-test capability allows the user to check the functioning of the sensor in the final application. The device may be configured to generate an interrupt signal through inertial wakeup events, or by the position of the device itself. Thresholds and the timing of interrupt generators are programmable by the end user on-the-fly. Available in a small quad flat pack no-lead package (QFPN) with a 4x4 mm footprint, the AIS328DQ is able to respond to the trend towards application miniaturization, and is guaranteed to operate over a temperature range from -40 C to +105 C. Features & Benefits Wide supply voltage range: 2.4V to 3.6V Low voltage compatible IOs: 1.8V Ultra low-power mode consumption: down to 10μA ±2g/±4g/±8g dynamically selectable full-scale SPI / I 2 C digital output interface 16-bit data output 2 independent programmable interrupt generators System sleep/wakeup function Extended temperature range: -40 C to 105 C Embedded self-test High shock survivability: up to 10000g ECOPACK RoHS and Green compliant AEC-Q100 qualification Applications Security Systems Inertial Navigation Telematic Boxes Intelligent Power Savings Motion Activated Functions 12

15 ACCELEROMETER Low-Power High G 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer Product Overview The H3LIS331DL is a low-power high-performance 3-axis linear accelerometer belonging to the nano family, with digital I 2 C/SPI serial interface standard output. The device features ultra-low power operational modes that allow advanced power saving and smart sleep-to-wakeup functions. The H3LIS331DL has dynamically user-selectable full scales of ±100g/±200g/±400g and it is capable of measuring accelerations with output data rates from 0.5 Hz to 1 khz. The H3LIS331DL is available in a small thin plastic land grid array package (LGA) and it is guaranteed to operate over an extended temperature range from -40 C to +85 C. Features & Benefits Wide supply voltage, 2.16V to 3.6V Low-voltage compatible IOs, 1.8V Ultra-low power consumption down to 10μA in low-power mode ±100g/±200g/±400g dynamically selectable full scales I 2 C/SPI digital output interface 16-bit data output Sleep-to-wakeup function g high-shock survivability ECOPACK, RoHS and Green compliant Applications Shock detection Impact recognition and logging Concussion detection ACCELEROMETER 13

16 ACCELEROMETER LIS2DH Ultra Low-Power, High Performance Femto Accelerometer ST s LIS2DH provides extremely accurate, high-resolution output across the full scale range and boasts excellent stability over time and temperature ACCELEROMETER Product Overview STMicro s digital output motion sensor is an ultra-low-power, high-performance three-axis accelerometer offered in a 2x2 package. It is a perfect fit for motion-sensing and in power and space constrained consumer applications. ST s LIS2DH provides extremely accurate, high-resolution output across the full scale range and boasts excellent stability over time and temperature. The sensors come with advanced features, including 4D/6D orientation detection and two programmable interrupt signals that enable immediate notification of motion detection, freefall, and other conditions. Addressing power constraints in battery-operated portable devices, ST s accelerometers include power-down and sleep modes and a FIFO memory block for smarter power management. They also embed a temperature sensor and a self-test function that allows the customer to verify the functioning of the sensor after it has been assembled on board. Applications Building control & automation Wellness, fitness, assisted living Smart grid distribution & smart meters Terminals, vending machines, ATM detect movement of meter Dead reckoning, GPS & asset tracking Impact recognition and logging, maintenance shock and vibration detection Image stabilization, turn on/off based on 6D orientation, tilt, shake control Evaluation Tools emotion STM32-based MEMs motherboard: STEVAL-MKI109V2 Daughter board for LIS2DH: STEVAL-MKI135V1 14 Features Pin-to-pin compatible with LIS3DH Tiny 2x2x1 mm LGA-14 footprint for miniature footprint Superior resolution, ultra-low-power down to 2µA, for best performance, cost trade-off Digital Interface SPI and I 2 C for compatibility Multiple configurable interrupt sources reduces system power consumption and µc overhead Embedded features to support portrait/landscape, face up/face down, motion wakeup, single tap/double tap 32-level FIFO to reduce system power consumption and µc overhead Mechanical survivability shock (10kg for 0.1m) for robustness High stability in temperature supporting varied environments

17 ACCELEROMETER LIS3DSH Ultra-Low-Power 3-Axis Accelerometer High Performance Digital accel with embedded state machine that can be programmed to implement autonomous applications Product Overview The LIS3DSH is an ultra-low-power high-performance threeaxis linear accelerometer belonging to the nano family with embedded state machine that can be programmed to implement autonomous applications. The LIS3DSH has dynamically selectable full scales of ±2g/±4g/±6g/±8g/±16g and it is capable of measuring accelerations with output data rates from Hz to 1.6 khz. The self-test capability allows the user to check the functioning of the sensor in the final application. The device can be configured to generate interrupt signals activated by user defined motion patterns. The LIS3DSH has an integrated first in, first out (FIFO) buffer allowing the user to store data for host processor intervention reduction. The LIS3DSH is available in a small thin plastic land grid array package (LGA) and it is guaranteed to operate over an extended temperature range from -40 to 85 o C. Features & Benefits Wide supply voltage, 1.71 V to 3.6 V Independent IOs supply (1.8 V) and supply voltage compatible Ultra-low-power consumption ±2g/±4g/±6g/±8g/±16g dynamically selectable full-scale I 2 C/SPI digital output interface 16-bit data output Programmable embedded state machines Embedded temperature sensor Embedded self-test Embedded FIFO g high shock survivability ECOPACK RoHS and Green compliant ACCELEROMETER Applications Motion controlled user interface Gaming and virtual reality Pedometers Intelligent power saving for handheld devices Display orientation Click/double click recognition Impact recognition and logging Vibration monitoring and compensation 15

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19 ACOUSTIC What is an acoustic sensor? Acoustic sensors detect sound, or mechanical vibration, producing an electrical signal representing the sound or vibration detected. Some types of acoustic sensors can detect frequencies beyond the range of human hearing, for example ultrasonic sensors, and shock sensors. In some cases, and often with ultrasonic sensors, the sensor element can also serve as a transducer, which can emit sound given an electrical stimulus. Ultrasonic sensors (also known as transducers when both send and receive) work on a principle similar to radar or sonar which evaluates attributes of a target by interpreting the echoes from radio or sound waves respectively. Ultrasonic sensors generate high frequency sound waves and evaluate the echo which is received back by the sensor. For distance sensing, the sensors calculate the time interval between sending the signal and receiving the echo to determine the distance to an object. Another example of acoustic sensor is silicon microphone, also known as MEMS (Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems) microphone as the pressure sensitive diaphragm is etched directly into silicon through MEMS processing technology. With the help of advanced MEMS processing technologies, silicon microphone offers advantages of smaller size and higher overall performance compared to the popular electret condenser microphone. Application Cases Distance NDT Level sensing Real Life Examples Fish finders Mobile robots & autonomous mobile systems Industrial or underground pipeline inspection Concrete structure inspection Oil tank level detection Important selection parameters Sensitivity is a measure of the weakest detectable sound field strength, in decibels. For silicon microphones, sensitivity is a measure of the microphone output response to the acoustic pressure of a 1kHz 94dB SPL (1Pa RMS) sine wave. It is referenced to the output Full Scale Range (FSR) of the microphone. Sound Pressure Level (SPL) is defined as the level of the pressure deviation from the local ambient pressure caused by sound waves. It indicates the loudness of sound, in decibels (dbspl). Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) is a measure of the difference in level between the output response of a 1kHz 94dB SPL (1Pa) sine wave and the idle noise output, in decibels (db). Typical applications Silicon microphones are gaining popularity due to the small size and overall performance compared to other types of traditional microphone technologies, especially in high density and high performance applications like cell phones, cameras, audio players and accessories. Ultrasonic sensors are widely used in two-dimensional positioning, object/motion detection, and distance measurement. The latest applications include liquid level sensing, Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and high performance ultrasonic sensing systems for mobile robots or autonomous mobile systems. In Nondestructive Testing, ultrasonic sensors are used for non-contact inspection of composite materials, aluminum, and plastics for defects, cracks, or delamination. Because contact is unnecessary, the sensors can also be used to inspect material or products on a moving assembly line or in applications in which contamination is a concern. ACOUSTIC 17

20 ACOUSTIC Ultrasonic Sensors Murata s ultrasonic sensors are based on piezoelectric ceramics technology. With high sensitivity and reliability, light weight, and compact package, the ultrasonic sensors are ideal for burglar alarms, range finders and remote control applications. Part Number Resonance Frequency (KHz) Directivity (deg) Sound Pressure Level (db) Capacitance (pf) Max Supply Voltage (Volt) Operating Temperature ( C) Murata MA40S4R/S / /-20% 20Vp-p (-40) to (+85) High Frequency Ultrasonic Sensors With high resonance frequency, the MA300 ultrasonic sensors are ideal for double feed detection applications. Part Number Resonance Frequency (KHz) Detectable Range Capacitance (pf) Max Supply Voltage (Volt) Operating Temperature ( C) Package(mm) Directivity (deg) Murata MA300D m to.3m 1300pF 50Vp-p -20 to X7.3h 11 (max.) Silicon Microphones ACOUSTIC 18 STMicro Cirrus / Wolfson Part Number Output SNR (db) Sensitivity (db) Frequency Response Supply (V) Supply current (µa) Package Port Location MP23AB02B Analog RHLGA 3.35*2.5 3LD METAL CAP Bottom MP33AB01 Analog RHLGA 3.76X2.95X1 Bottom MP33AB01H Analog RHLGA 3.76X2.95X1 Bottom MP34DB02 Digital Hz-20Khz RHLGA 3X4X1 METAL CAP Bottom MP34DT01-M Digital Hz-20Khz HLGA 3X4X1.06 5L METAL CAP Top MP34DT02 Digital Hz-20Khz HLGA 3X4X1.06 5L METAL CAP; RHLGA 3X4X1 METAL CAP MP34DB01 Digital Hz-20Khz 1.64 to RHLGA 3 x 4 x 1 4LD Bottom MP34DT01 Digital Hz-20Khz 1.64 to HCLGA 4 x 3 x 1 4LD Top MP45DT02 Digital Hz-15Khz 1.64 to HLGA 4.72 x LD Top WM7120A Analog Hz-9.3Khz 1.5 to x 2.95 x 1.10mm Top WM7121D Analog Hz-15kHz 1.5 to x 2.95 x 1.10 mm Top WM7132 Analog Hz-12.5kHz 1.5 to x 3.00 x 1.10 mm Bottom WM7132D Analog Hz-12.5kHz 1.5 to x 3.00 x 1.10 mm Bottom WM7133L Analog Hz-10.6kHz 1.5 to x 2.50 x 0.98 mm Bottom WM7121P Analog Hz - 15kHz 1.5 to x 2.95 x 1.10 mm Top WM7121PE Analog Hz - 15kHz 1.5 to x 2.95 x 1.10 mm Top WM7132P Analog Hz-12.5kHz 1.5 to x 3.00 x 1.10 mm Bottom WM7132PE Analog Hz-12.5kHz 1.5 to x 3.00 x 1.10 mm Bottom WM7210 Digital Hz - 10kHz 1.64 to x 3.0 x 1.0 mm Top WM7210E Digital Hz - 10kHz 1.64 to x 3.0 x 1.0mm Top WM7211 Digital kHz (typical) 1.64 to x 3.0 x 1.0mm Top WM7211E Digital kHz (typical) 1.64 to x 3.0 x 1.0mm Top WM7220 Digital Hz-9kHz 1.64 to x 3.76 x 1.22mm Top WM7220E Digital Hz-9kHz 1.64 to x 3.76 x 1.22mm Top WM7230 Digital kHz (typical) 1.64 to x 3.0 x 1.0mm Bottom WM7230E Digital kHz (typical) 1.64 to x 3.0 x 1.0mm Bottom WM7231 Digital Hz-17kHz 1.64 to x 3.0 x 1.0 mm Bottom WM7231E Digital Hz-17kHz 1.64 to x 3.0 x 1.0 mm Bottom Top

21 ACOUSTIC MP34DT01 High Performance Top-port Digital MEMS Microphone Product Overview The MP34DT01 is a compact, low-power, omnidirectional digital MEMS microphone with a top port. The MP34DT01 uses a capacitive acoustic sensor and a CMOS interface IC to capture acoustic signals. The acoustic sensor is manufactured using a specialized silicon micromachining process and the interface IC is manufactured using a CMOS process. The output of the MP34DT01 is a single-bit pulse density modulation (PDM) digital audio stream with dual channel capability. The MP34DT01 has best-in-class 63dB signal-to-noise ratio, with flat response over the full audio bandwidth. It also has an acoustic overload point of 120dB SPL and -26dBFS sensitivity. The MP34DT01 is available in a compact 3mm x 4mm x 1mm ECOPACK SMD package that is RoHS and Green compliant. It is guaranteed to operate over an extended temperature range from -30 C to +85 C. High Performance Highest signal-to-noise ratio on the market: 63dB Widest bandwidth: full 20Hz 20kHz audio range High RF immunity High PSRR: 70dB Competitive Pricing The MP34DT01 is extremely cost competitive Applications Mobile phones Notebook computers Tablet computers Security cameras ACOUSTIC Features & Benefits 63dB signal-to-noise ratio 20Hz to 20kHz bandwidth 70dB PSRR -26dB sensitivity 120dB acoustic overload point Wide operating voltage range: 1.64V 3.6V Low power consumption Omnidirectional sensitivity Pulse density modulation (PDM) digital audio output Dual channel output capability HCLGA ECOPACK SMD package RoHS and Green compliant 19

22 ACOUSTIC Interfacing WM72xx Digital Microphones Product Overview Wolfson s WM72xx DMIC (Digital Microphone) offers bestin-class, low noise performance with PDM (Pulse Density Modulation) output. As the digital interface provides direct connection to the CODECs digital domain, the DMIC requires less external components and PCB area. This provides a simplified interface connection and gives a higher robustness to system noise interference compared to an analog microphone interface. Stereo Digital Microphone Interface The output characteristic of the DMIC enables the output of two microphones to be connected together in a stereo configuration (as shown below). The data from one microphone is interleaved with the data from the other. ACOUSTIC Wolfson provides a wide range of audio CODECs with single or multiple DMIC input interfaces. Connectivity is achieved using a simple 2 wire CLK and DATA interface. As each DMIC interface supports up to 2 microphones, the DMIC interface is more flexible and makes it easier to implement additional microphones to support stereo recording, ambient noise cancellation, microphone array or beam forming features into single DMIC voice recording applications. Further information on system solutions with Wolfson s CODECs and microphones is available in WAN_ Mono Digital Microphone Interface Mono Digital Microphone Interface shows the mono DMIC interface connection to the CODEC. The PDM DAT (Data) outputs data on the rising or falling edges of the incoming CLK (Clock) signal based on the LRSEL pin. The DAT output is high impedance when not outputting data at the other edges. Therefore it is recommended to turn on the selected ADC channel according to LRSEL pin to avoid the CODEC sampling at the high impedance output. The left channel is transmitted following the rising CLK edge when LRSEL = 1. Therefore the left channel should be sampled by the CODEC on the falling edge. Similarly when LRSEL = 0, the DMIC is set as right channel. In this case, the right channel DMIC is sampled by the CODEC on the rising CLK edge. The output data on the stereo DMIC configuration is summarized in the above figure on Output Data on Stereo DMIC Configuration. The DMIC interface offers seamless integration with Wolfson CODECs. With the design consideration as discussed here, the system designer can take full advantage of the Wolfson DMIC to meet the most demanding acoustic design challenges in the system application.

23 COMBO SENSOR What is a combo sensor and how does it work? Combo sensors, otherwise commonly referred to as IMUs (Inertial Measurement Units) are MEMS (Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems) packages that have an integrated mix of either accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers and pressure sensors, as opposed to these devices being implemented as discrete, separate items for their intended applications. 6DoF (six degrees of freedom) Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) sensors are designed to provide motion, position, and navigational sensing from a durable single device over six degrees of freedom. This is achieved by using MEMS technology to sense translational movement in three perpendicular axes (surge, heave, sway) and rotational movement about three perpendicular axes (roll, pitch, yaw). Because the movement and rotation along the three axes are independent of each other, such motion is said to have six degrees of freedom. 7, 9 & 10 DoF can be achieved with even higher integration, enabling a wide variety of smaller, smarter, position-sensing, environment-sensing and movement-tracking applications for the most demanding applications. Combo IMUs represent a useful way to save space and cost by integrating more functionality into a single package. Popular for their convenience and easy utilization, combo sensors / IMUs can be sold as plug-and-play solutions with their embedded sensor fusion algorithms. Important selection parameters Output Type Low Power Mode & Power-Down Modes Sensitivity Sensing Range Power Consumption Package Size Typical Applications The market penetration of 6 DoF and 9-axis DoF IMUs continues to increase in order to meet the needs of product designers who are looking to make their devices smarter, able to handle a greater number of more complex applications. Application Cases Healthcare and Wellness Navigation including indoor Augmented reality Computer and Personal Multimedia Real Life Examples Fitness wearables, assisted living, portable and telehealth monitoring, medical sensors Map orientation, localization based services 3D Virtual reality gaming goggles, enhanced gesture recognition Smartphone & tablets, smart- TV remotes, gamepad/joystick COMBO SENSOR 21

24 COMBO SENSOR Digital Compass Digital compasses integrate a 3-axis digital accelerometer with a 3-axis digital magnetic sensor in a single package to enhance advanced navigation features and smart location-based services. Kionix STMicro Part Number Sensing Axes Sensitivity Range (g) Magnetic Field Range Output Type Supply Voltage(VDD) min (V) Supply Voltage(VDD) max (V) Current Consumption typ (ma) Current Consumption (Power Down Mode) typ (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) KMX61 X, Y, Z ±2, ±4, ±8 ±1200µT Digital (I 2 C) to +85 LSM303D X, Y, Z ± 2 ± 6 ± 8 ± 16 LSM303C X, Y, Z ±2 ±4 ±8 LSM303E X, Y, Z ± 2 ± 6 ± 8 ± Gauss (typ) 16 Gauss (typ) 16 Gauss (typ) Digital to +85 Digital to +85 Digital to +85 Package LGA (3 x 3 x 0.9mm) LGA-16 3X3X1.0 LGA-12 2X2X1 LGA-12 2X2X1 Combo Sensor : 6 DoF 6DoF (six degrees of freedom) Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) sensors are designed to provide motion, position, and navigational sensing from a durable single device over six degrees of freedom. This is achieved by using MEMS (Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems) technology to sense translational movement in three perpendicular axes (surge, heave, sway) and rotational movement about three perpendicular axes (roll, pitch, yaw). Because the movement and rotation along the three axes are independent of each other, such motion is said to have six degrees of freedom. Part number Output Interface Sensing Range (g) Sensing Axis Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (ma Max) Operating Temp. ( C) Package COMBO SENSOR Kionix STMicro KXG02 KXGS2 LSM330 LSM330D LSM330DLC LSM6DS0 Digital (I²C) Digital (SPI) I²C, SPI I²C, SPI I²C, SPI I²C, SPI Gyro: ±2048, ±1024, ±512, ±256 dps Acc: ±2, ±4, ±8 Gyro: ±2048, ±1024, ±512, ±256 dps Acc: ±2, ±4, ±8 Gyro: ± 250 to ± 2000 dps Acc: ±2 to ±16g Gyro: ± 250to ± 2000 dps Acc: ±2 to ±16g Gyro: ± 250to ± 2000 dps Acc: ±2 to ±16g Gyro: ±245 to ±2000 dps Acc: ±2, ±4, ±8, X, Y, Z, Yaw, Pitch, Roll X, Y, Z, Yaw, Pitch, Roll X, Y, Z, Yaw, Pitch, Roll X, Y, Z, Yaw, Pitch, Roll X, Y, Z, Yaw, Pitch, Roll X, Y, Z, Yaw, Pitch, Roll 2.4 to to ma (gyro + accel), 3.75 ma (gyro only) 4.0 ma (gyro + accel), 3.75 ma (gyro only) -40 to to to to to to to to to mA (gyro + accel), 1.8 ma (gyro only) -40 to +85 LGA-24 4x4x0.9mm LGA-24 4x4x0.9mm TFLGA x3x1 LGA-28 3x5.5x1 LGA 28 4x5x1.1; TFLGA-28 4x5x1.1 LGA-16L (3 x 3 x0.86mm) LSM6DS1 I²C, SPI Gyro: ±245 to ±2000 dps Acc: ±2, ±4, ±8, X, Y, Z, Yaw, Pitch, Roll 1.7 to mA (gyro + accel), 1.8 ma (gyro only) -40 to +85 LGA-16L (3 x 3 x0.86mm) 22 Murata SCC1300-D02-05 SCC1300-D04-05 Digital/SPI Digital/SPI Gyro = ±100 /s ; Acc = ±2.0g Gyro = ±300 /s ; Acc =±6.0g X, XYZ X,XYZ 5V analog - 3.3V digital 5V analog - 3.3V digital to to +125 DIP DIP

25 COMBO SENSOR Combo Sensor : 9 DoF The LSM9DS Series contains a 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis magnetometer and detects linear acceleration, angular rate and magnetic field. It is well integrated and synchronized to provide true 9-degree-of-freedom sensing rather than separate, uncoordinated data inputs. With STMicroelectronics new advanced 9-axis movement/position sensor, the LSM9DS0/1 inemo single-chip inertial module, higher integration is achieved, enabling a wide variety of smaller, smarter, position-sensing and movement-tracking applications in next-generation mobile and wearable devices for the most demanding applications. STMicro Part number Output Interface Linear Acceleration Full Scale (g) Angular Rate Full Scale (dps) Magnetic Full Scale Range (gauss) Resolution Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (Acc+Mag+Gyro) Operating Temp. ( C) LSM9DS0 I²C, SPI ±2/±4/±8/±16 ±245/±500/±2000 ±2/±4/±8/±12 16 bit 2.4 V to 3.6 V 6.45mA -40 to +85 LSM9DS1 I²C, SPI ±2/±4/±8 ±245/±500/±2000 ±4/±8/±12/±16 16 bit 1.9 V to 3.6 V 4.6mA -40 to +85 Package LGA-24 (4x4x1.0 mm) LGA 24 (3.5x3x1 mm) COMBO SENSOR 23

26 COMBO SENSOR High Performance meets Robustness Murata s Gyro and Combo Sensors (1-Axis Gyro + 3-Axis Accelerometer) COMBO SENSOR 24 Product Overview Murata offers standalone high performance 1-Axis gyros as well as combo sensors which incorporate the 1-Axis gyro + 3-Axis accelerometer all in one package. The gyros are represented by the SCR1100 series and are available in +/-100 o /s and +/-300 o /s ranges. The combo sensors are represented by the SCC1300 series and consist of two versions: +/-100 o /s Gyro & +/-2g accelerometer +/-300 o /s Gyro & +/-6g accelerometer Both the gyro and combo sensor utilize Murata s proven capacitive 3D-MEMS technology and have a highly sophisticated signal conditioning ASIC with digital SPI output. The gyro has a bias stability of <1 o /hr. Features Gyro with +/-100 o /s and +/-300 o /s ranges Combo sensors with +/-100 o /s and +/-300 o /s gyro & +/- 2g or +/-6g accelerometer Superior Bias stability <1 o /hr Excellent stability over temperature and time Robust design, high shock durability (up to 20000g) Highly insensitive to mechanical shocks and vibration Ideal for measurement in harsh environmental conditions: large temperature changes, high shock and vibration Advanced self diagnostic features Supply voltage 3.3V and 5V Digital SPI output AEC-Q100 qualified Operating temperature = -40C C Applications Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) Machine and motion control Automotive electronic stability control, roll detection Guidance & navigation systems Platform stabilization and control Oil and gas directional drilling Precision agriculture auto steering & tilt compensation Marine antenna stabilization

27 COMBO SENSOR Digital Tri-Axis Magnetometer and Tri-Axis Accelerometer in a Single Package 6 Degrees of freedom inertial sensor system that features 14-bit digital outputs accessed through I 2 C Product Overview The KMX61 is a 6-axis E-compass device with autocalibration software. The KMX61 delivers high sensitivity (0.05 µt/count) with stability over temperature (± 0.05 %/ºC). The sensor consists of a tri-axial magnetometer plus a triaxial accelerometer coupled with an ASIC. It is packaged in a 3x3x0.9mm Land Grid Array (LGA) package and is well-suited for a range of smartphone, tablet and health and fitness applications. Features Ultra-low-power: 1 µa typical in standby, 130 µa typical (accelerometer only), 350 µa typical (magnetometer only), and 450µA (operating, both magnetometer and accelerometer) 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin LGA package 512-byte FIFO buffer with watermarking capability User-selectable ± 2g, 4g, 8g full-scale accelerometer range ±1200µT total magnetometer measurement range Embedded temperature sensor User-selectable ODR from 0.781Hz to 1.6KHz Magnetometer algorithms for auto-calibration and MI rejection Outputs with up to 14-bit resolution Digital (I 2 C) output Supply voltages between 1.8V and 3.3V Excellent bias stability over temperature. Bias errors resulting from assembly can be trimmed digitally by the user. Embedded features User-configurable motion wakeup and back-to-sleep and wakeup functions Programmable interrupt engine Accelerometer self-test function Applications Health & Fitness Tablets & Smartphones Handheld Equipment COMBO SENSOR 25

28 COMBO SENSOR Ultra-Compact High-Performance e-compass, 3D Accelerometer and 3D Magnetometer COMBO SENSOR 26 Product Overview The LSM303C is an ultra-compact high-performance e-compass 3D accelerometer and 3D magnetometer. The LSM303E has an additional ultra-low power feature. All parts are system-in-package featuring 3D digital linear acceleration sensors and 3D digital magnetic sensors. They include an I 2 C serial bus interface that supports standard and fast mode (100 khz and 400 khz) and an SPI serial standard interface. The system can be configured to generate an interrupt signal for free-fall, motion detection and magnetic field detection. Magnetic and accelerometer blocks can be enabled or put into power-down mode separately. The LSM303C/E is guaranteed to operate over an extended temperature range from -40 C to +85 C. Common Features 3 magnetic field channels and 3 acceleration channels 16-bit data output SPI / I 2 C serial interfaces Power-down mode / low-power mode Embedded temperature sensor Embedded FIFO Programmable interrupt generators for free-fall, motion detection and magnetic field detection Key Features for LSM303E Ultra-low-power ecompass: 45 μa low-power mode 3-axis accelerometer: from 2 to 16g 3-axis magnetic sensor: 16Gauss Package: LGA-12, 2 x 2 x 1 mm Power supply range: 1.9V to 3.6V Applications Tilt-compensated compasses Map rotation Position detection Motion-activated functions Free-fall detection Click/double-click recognition Pedometers Intelligent power saving for handheld devices Key Features for LSM303C ±16 Gauss magnetic full scale ±2/±4/±8 g selectable acceleration full scale Analog supply voltage 1.9V to 3.6V Package: LGA-16, 3 x 3 x 1 mm

29 COMBO SENSOR inemo Multi Sensor Data Fusion The inemo software engine combined with ST s inemo inertial modules create a complete MEMS sensor solution The inemo Inertial Module Unit integrates different types of sensors. The 6-axis LSM6DS3 featuring a down to 0.6mA always-on mode with very low noise and the 9-axis LSM9DS1 are System-in-packages (SiP) uniting accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer. inemo-m1 system-on-board is a 9-axis IMU with an STM32 microcontroller on a 13x13mm board; ready-to-use and programmable by the user. inemo Engine, ST`s sensor-fusion software API, is providing real-time, ready-to-use, easy calibration for motion tracking, augmented reality and indoor navigation applications. The complete portfolio of inemo hardware and software solutions brings motion sensing systems to the level required for the most demanding applications. COMBO SENSOR 27

30 COMBO SENSOR LSM6DS1 Inertial Module The LSM6DS1 is a system-in-package featuring a 3D digital accelerometer and a 3D digital gyroscope. ST s family of MEMS sensor modules leverages the robust and mature manufacturing processes already used for the production of micromachined accelerometers and gyroscopes. COMBO SENSOR Product Overview The LSM6DS1 has a full-scale acceleration range of ±2/±4/±8 g and an angular rate range of ±245/±500/±2000 dps. The LSM6DS1 has two operating modes in that the accelerometer and gyroscope sensors can be either activated at the same ODR or the accelerometer can be enabled while the gyroscope is in power-down. Common Features Analog supply voltage: 1.71V to 3.6V Independent IOs supply (1.71V) Always on eco power mode down to 1.8 ma 3 independent acceleration channels and 3 angular rate channels ±2/±4/±8 g full scale ±245/±500/±2000 dps full scale SPI/I 2 C serial interface Embedded temperature sensor Embedded FIFO Applications Enhanced gesture recognition Navigation including indoor Map orientation Localization based services Wellness, Fitness, and Assisted Living Portable and Telehealth Monitoring Impact recognition and logging Gaming and virtual reality input devices Motion-activated functions Intelligent power saving for handheld devices Vibration monitoring and compensation Free-fall detection 6D orientation detection 28

31 COMBO SENSOR LSM9DS1 Inertial Module: 3D Accelerometer, 3D Gyroscope, 3D Magnetometer With STMicroelectronics new advanced 9-axis movement/position sensor, higher integration is achieved, enabling a wide variety of smaller, smarter, position-sensing and movement-tracking applications in next-generation mobile and wearable devices for the most demanding applications. Product Overview The LSM9DS1 contains a 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis magnetometer and detects linear acceleration, angular rate and magnetic field. It is well integrated and synchronized to provide true 9 degree of freedom sensing rather than separate, uncoordinated data inputs. On the other hand, each sensor can be powereddown individually with automatic wake up, allowing extrasmart power management. Delivering enhanced performance with reduced power demand, in a 3.5 x3x1mm outline, the LSM9DS1 module supports the context awareness needed for features such as gesture controls, indoor navigation, and augmented reality. Its small size and battery efficiency, achieved by using ST s latest low-noise sensor technology, enhance the usability and comfort of wearable devices by reducing bulk and extending battery life between charges. In addition, greater positional resolution enhances the stability and precision of applications such as smart-tv remotes, game controllers, and wearable sports or medical sensors. Common Features Axis accelerometer: up to 8g full-scale High magnetometer resolution up to 16Ga due to low noise process technology 3-axis gyroscope: up to 2000 dps with significant reduction in accelerometer zero-g offset and reduced gyroscope rate noise Low overall power consumption in combination with smart power management modes More sensors in a single package without compromised performance Small form factor with thermal and mechanical stability Applications Enhanced gesture recognition Augmented reality Navigation including indoor Map orientation Localization based services Wellness, Fitness, and Assisted Living Portable and Telehealth Monitoring 6D orientation detection COMBO SENSOR 29

32 GYRO / ANGULAR RATE GYRO / ANGULAR RATE 30 What is an angular rate sensor? Angular rate sensors, which are also commonly known as gyros, measure an object s rotation rate or speed of rotation. Although many types of rotation sensors exist, angular rate sensors are unique in that they require no frame of reference to function; for example, an angular rate sensor installed in an airplane will tell you how quickly the aircraft is turning. In contrast, a car s wheel speed sensor must be mounted in the frame of reference, in this case the car body, to be able to measure the speed of the wheel rotating next to it. Not depending on a frame of reference has some drawbacks however, as most angular rate sensors will suffer some amount of drift over time as a result. For this reason, they are often used in conjunction with other types of sensors to ensure accuracy over prolonged periods. Application Cases Navigation Sporting / medical Real Life Examples GPS Dead reckoning Golf practice devices, gait recorders Image stabilization Camcorders, DSCs User interface Wireless mouse Virtual reality headsets Motion control Robotics, industrial machine controls Balance control / Segways, robotics inertial stabilization Mass storage devices Roll over detection Automobiles Vehicle stability (ESP: Electronic Stability Program) Important selection parameters Output Types (Analog vs. Digital) Analog sensors output a continuous voltage that is proportional to angular velocity. Digital ones feature a built-in signal condition circuitry with integrated ADC (analog-digital converter) and output signals via I 2 C/SPI interface. Sensing Range Expressed in degree/second, the sensing range indicates the maximum angular velocity which can be measured. Sensitivity Sensitivity is a rating of the ratio of output change per unit of angular rate at normal operating voltage and temperature. Higher sensitivity devices can detect and measure smaller changes in angular rate. Zero Rate Output The Zero Rate Output is defined as the output voltage (analog) or code (digital) produced when angular velocity is zero, i.e. when the device is not rotating at all.

33 GYRO / ANGULAR RATE Angular Rate - Gyro Using proprietary MEMS technology, STMicroelectroincs offer robost angular rate sensors (gyroscope) for a variety of automotive, industrial, medical and consumer applications. Murata s Gyrostar, on the other hand, is based on piezoelectric vibration (Coriolis force), which is generated when a rotational angular velocity is applied to the vibrator. STMicro Part Number L3GD20H L3GD20 Sensing Range (degree/s) 250, 500, , 500, 2000 Output Interface Zero Rate Output (V) Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package Sensing Axes Turn On Time (msec) Digital ±25 dps to 85 LGA 16 3x3x1 yaw, pitch, roll 50 Digital ±10 dps to 85 LGA 16 4x4x1.1 yaw, pitch, roll 150 A3G4250D 245 Digital ± 25 dps to 85 LGA 16 4x4x1.1 yaw, pitch, roll - Murata Part Number Sensing Range (degree/s) Output Interface Zero Rate Output (V) Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package ENC-03RC-R +/-300 Analog to to ENC-03RD-R +/-300 Analog to to Sensing Axes MEV-50C-R +/-70 Analog 2.5 +/ / to GYRO / ANGULAR RATE 31

34 GYRO / ANGULAR RATE ST MEMS Gyroscope Technology GYRO / ANGULAR RATE 32 Product Overview The L3GD20 is one of ST s low-power 3-axis angular rate sensors. It includes a sensing element and an IC interface capable of providing the measured angular rate to the external world through a digital interface (I 2 C/SPI). The sensing element is manufactured using a dedicated micromachining process developed by STMicroelectronics to produce inertial sensors and actuators on silicon wafers. The IC interface is manufactured using a CMOS process that allows a high level of integration to design a dedicated circuit that is trimmed to better match the sensing element characteristics. With a higher driving frequency, the new gyroscope is immune to audio and mechanical noise. The L3GD20 has a set of full-scale ranges of ±250/±500/ ±2000 dps and is capable of measuring rates with a userselectable bandwidth. The L3GD20 is available in a plastic land grid array (LGA) package and can operate within a temperature range of -40 C to +85 C. Features & Benefits Three selectable full-scale ranges (250/500/2000 dps) I 2 C/SPI digital output interface 16 bit-rate value data output 8-bit temperature data output Two digital output lines (programmable interrupts and data ready) Integrated low- and high-pass filters with user selectable bandwidth Wide supply voltage range: 2.4V to 3.6V Low voltage-compatible IOs (1.8V) Embedded power-down and sleep modes Embedded temperature sensor Embedded FIFO High shock survivability Extended operating temperature range (-40 C to +85 C) LGA Package 4x4x1mm Applications Gaming and virtual reality input devices Enhanced user interfaces and motion control with MMI (man-machine interface) Dead reckoning and personal navigation supporting GPS navigation systems Appliances and robotics Health care and wellness

35 HUMIDITY What is a humidity sensor? A humidity sensor detects the relative humidity of the ambient air. This is defined as the ratio of the partial pressure of water vapor of the air, divided by the partial pressure it would have when saturated with water vapor at the temperature and pressure, usually expressed as a percentage. Common humidity sensors function by employing special materials that change electrical properties such as capacitance as they absorb moisture from, and come to equilibrium with, the surrounding air. Application Cases Humidity Sensing Real Life Examples HVACs (air conditioning units) Automotive climate controls Appliances Wearables Smart home automation Comfort index Industrial automation Air density monitors Respiratory equipment Humidifiers Important selection parameters Humidity Range Humidity range is the span of relative humidity, in percent, that the device can reliably measure. Sensitivity Sensitivity defines the rate of change or transfer ratio of the output of the sensor, for a given change of humidity. Depending on the type of sensor and its output property, this can be expressed in several ways, such as pf/%rh, Hz/%RF, or mv/%rh. Typical applications Humidity sensors are commonly used in environmental controls and monitoring devices such as home air conditioners and humidifiers, commercial HVAC systems, automotive and other vehicle cabin controls, as well as industrial process control systems. HUMIDITY 33

36 HUMIDITY Capacitive Humidity Sensor STMicro, Sensirion, Amphenol Advanced Sensors and TE/MEAS offer a wide range of capacitive humidity sensor components, probes and modules, which are ideal for industrial and commercial applications. Part Number Humidity Range (%) Sensitivity /%RH Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temperature ( C) Package HUMIDITY STMicro Sensirion Measurement Specialties Amphenol Advanced Sensors CC2D N/A* to 125 C SMD CC2D N/A* to 125 C SMD CC2D N/A* to 125 C SMD CC2D N/A* to 125 C SMD CC2A mv to 125 C SMD CC2A mv to 125 C SMD CC2A mv to 125 C SMD CC2A mv to 125 C SMD HS1101LF pf 10 max n/a -40 to140 TO39 HTF3000LF Hz to 105 Through-hole HTF3226LF Hz to 85 PCB HTM mv to 105 Through-hole HM1500LF mv to70 Probe HM1520LF mv to 60 Probe HTM mv to 85 Probe HTG3513CH mv to 85 Module HTG3515CH mv to 85 Module HTG3533CH mv to 85 Module HTG3535CH mv to 85 Module HTU3535PVBM mv to 85 Module HTU2X(F) NA* to125 QFN SHTC % to 100 Ultra small DFN SHT % to 125 DFN SHT % to 125 DFN SHT % to 125 DFN SHT % to PIN SHT % to PIN SHT % to SMD SHT % to SMD HTS % rh/lsb to 120 C HLGA-6L * note: digital output 34

37 HUMIDITY Amphenol Advanced Sensors ChipCap 2 Humidity and Temperature Sensor Product Overview ChipCap 2 offers the most advanced and cost effective humidity and temperature sensing solution for virtually any type of application. A capacitive polymer sensor chip and a CMOS integrated circuit with EEPROM are integrated into one embedded system in a reflow solderable SMD package. Individually calibrated and tested, ChipCap 2 performs at ±2% from 20% to 80% RH (±3% over entire humidity range), and is simple and ready to use without further calibration or temperature compensation. ChipCap 2 provides linear output signals in various interfaces to customer requirements: I²C interface PDM convertible to analog signal High chemical resistivity Small size 4 x 6 mm Alarm function for preset control at min/max humidity Fully Calibrated & Temperature Compensated Precision & Accuracy (±2%RH, ±0.3 C, 14 bit ) Free Operating Voltage (min 2.7V to max 5.5V) Calibrated versions at 3.3V and 5V Low Current Consumption SMD/tape and reel packaging for high volume manufacturing SIP Package Available for Digital Version Applications Energy Saving HVAC Control Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Indoor Air Quality, Vent Fans Home Appliances, Humi/Dehumidifiers Process Control & Instrumentation Medical Instruments, Handheld Devices, Weather Stations, Food Processing, Printers, RFIDs Automobile & Transportation Cabin Climate Control, Defogging Control Condensing Preventive Devices Medical Nebulizers, Oxygen Air, CPAP/Sleep Apnea Devices OEM assemblies available Features & Benefits No costly production calibration process No large investment in calibration equipment High resistance to chemical influences Low field drift for long life serviceability Designed for low cost high volume production Small size for multiple application integration HUMIDITY 35

38 HUMIDITY Humidity and Temperature Sensors Your partner for humidity and flow sensor solutions. One generation ahead in humidity and temperature sensing. Product Overview Sensirion offers a variety of different humidity and temperature (RH&T) as well as temperature only sensors. The product range extends from the first digital RH&T sensor (SHT1x) over the world s smallest RH&T sensor for integration into the tightest areas (SHTW1) to the most versatile RH&T sensor there is, the SHT3x. Applications Sensirion s humidity and temperature sensors provide an important contribution to many different applications and help make our customers more successful and their devices more intelligent. Accurate, reliable measurements improve energy efficient cars, building control, appliances, medical devices, and a multitude of other little helpers in our daily life. HUMIDITY Features & Benefits Sensirion s sensor solutions are based on the unique CMOSens technology. This allows unprecedented stability, reliability and accuracy.at a competitive price level. No calibration, linearization, compensation needed by customer High and reproducible RH&T accuracy over large T range Proven quality since 2002 Customers from many different markets trust Sensirion s humidity and temperature sensors. The incredible low and industry best batch-to-batch variation in combinations with reliability and cost effectiveness make them an ideal product for the automotive market. Customers from the mobile device industry value the tiny package size, supply voltage and low power consumption. Our appliance customers appreciate the ease-of-use and the outstanding quality. 36 Part Number Supply voltage range (V) Typical accuracy RH (%RH) Typical accuracy T ( C) Package size (W x L x H in mm) Description SHTC to 1.98 ±3 ±0.3 2 x 2 x 0.75 Smaller than any competitor sensor STSC to 1.98 n/a ±0.3 2 x 2 x 0.7 Temperature only SHTW to 1.98 ±3 ± x 1.3 x 0.54 World s smallest RH&T sensor SHT to 5.5 V ±2 ± x 2.5 x 0.9 Most versatile RH&T sensor SHT to 3.6 V ±2 ±0.3 3 x 3 x 1.1 Automotive proven SHT to 5.5 V ±1.8 ± x 19.5 x 3.1 Easy field replaceable SHT to 5.5 V ±2 ± x 7.47 x 2.5 First digital RH&T sensor

39 HUMIDITY HTS221 Capacitive Digital Relative Humidity & Temperature Sensor Using ST s extensive experience in reading small capacitance variations in accelerometers and gyroscopes, ST has developed a differential capacitance sensing element that, when combined with the temperature sensor, provides the relative humidity. It is easy to use with the sensor, signal processing circuitry, onboard calibration and proprietary algorithm integrated in a single package. Product Overview The HTS221 is an ultra compact sensor for relative humidity and temperature. It includes a sensing element and a mixed signal ASIC to provide the measurement information through digital serial interfaces. The sensing element consists of a polymer dielectric planar capacitor structure capable of detecting relative humidity variations and is manufactured using a dedicated ST process. The HTS221 is available in a small top-holed cap land grid array (HLGA) package guaranteed to operate over a temperature range from -40 C to +120 C. Applications Air humidifiers, Air conditionings, heating & ventilation Refrigerator crispers, incubators Wearable devices Smart home automation Industrial automation Weather station, respiratory equipment/humidifiers Condensation level monitoring Air density monitoring Heat index, comfort guide, storage Features & Benefits 0 to 100% relative humidity range Supply voltage: 1.7 to 3.6V Low power consumption: 1Hz ODR Selectable ODR from 1Hz to 12.5Hz High rh sensitivity: 0.004%rH/LSB Humidity accuracy: ± 4.5%rH, 20 to +80%rH Temperature accuracy: ± 0.5 C,15 to +40 C Embedded 16-bit ADC 16-bit humidity and temperature output data SPI and I²C interfaces Factory calibrated Tiny 2 x 2 x 0.9 mm package ECOPACK compliant HUMIDITY 37

40 IMAGE IMAGE 38 What is an image sensor? An image sensor is a device that converts an optical image into an electronic signal. CMOS image sensors are built in advanced CMOS processing technology, which makes it possible to produce image sensors with lower cost compare to CCD imagers. With the help of low cost and high performance CMOS image sensors, digital imaging technology can be widely used in many applications from consumer digital still cameras (DSC), smart phones and webcams to industrial or commercial application like barcode scanning, machine vision, security surveillance cameras and intelligent traffic systems. Application Cases Aerospace & astronomy Automotive imaging Consumer Industrial imaging Medical imaging Professional photography Security & surveillance Real Life Examples Space cameras, environmental observation, earth observation, astronomical imaging Rear view and night vision cameras, rain detection, blind spot detection Webcams, toys, notebooks, tablets Wafer inspection, PCB inspection, machine vision, intelligent traffic systems, postal and parcel sorting; barcode reading Diagnostic cameras, prosthetic eyes; X-ray imaging High end professional cameras IP cameras, CCTV cameras, fingerprint modules, iris & facial recognition Important selection parameters Megapixels A megapixel is one million pixels, which is the term used to describe the number of sensor elements in an image sensor. Frame Rate Frame rate is the frequency at which an image sensor produces a frame of image, usually measured in frame per second (FPS). Optical Format Optical format is a measure of the maximum diagonal size of an imaged object in the focal plane of an optical system. It is approximately the diagonal length of the sensor multiplied by 3/2. The result is expressed in inches and is usually (but not always) rounded to a convenient fraction.

41 IMAGE CMOS Image Sensors ON Semiconductor offers high resolution and high speed active pixel image sensors that are ideal for digital photography, machine vision, barcode imaging and medical imaging applications. ON Semi Product Megapixels Frame Rate (fps) Optical Format Shutter Type Pixel Size (µm) Color Package Type KAC inch Global Rolling 4.7 x 4.7 Bayer Color, Mono CPGA-267 KAC /3 inch Global Rolling 4.7 x 4.7 Bayer Color, Mono CPGA-267 KAF-0261 VGA 15 1 inch 20 x 20 Mono CDIP-24 KAF-0402 WVGA 20 1/2 inch 9.0 x 9.0 Mono CDIP-24 KAF x 12 x 12 Mono CDIP-34 KAF APS-H 24 x 24 Mono CDIP-26 KAF inch 9.0 x 9.0 Mono CDIP-24 KAF x 9.0 x 9.0 Mono CDIP-34 KAF x 9.0 x 9.0 Mono CDIP-34 KAF x 6.8 RGB CPGA-48 KAF /3 inch 6.8 x 6.8 Mono CDIP-24 KAF x 6.0 x 6.0 Bayer Color CPGA-52 KAF x 24 Mono CPGA-84 KAF x 6.0 x 6.0 Bayer Color, Mono CPGA-52 KAF APS-H 9.0 x 9.0 Mono CDIP-26 KAF /3 inch 5.4 x 5.4 Bayer Color, Mono CDIP-32 KAI /2 inch Electronic 5.5 x 5.5 Bayer Color, Mono KAI /2 inch Electronic 5.5 x 5.5 Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA KAI /3 inch Electronic 5.5 x 5.5 Bayer Color, Mono KAI /3 inch Electronic 5.5 x 5.5 KAI inch Electronic 7.4 x 7.4 Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA CLCC-64 CPGA-67 CLCC-64 CPGA-67 CLCC-64 CPGA-67 CLCC-64 CPGA-67 CPGA-67 KAI-0330 VGA 120 1/2 inch Electronic 9.0 x 9.0 Bayer Color, Mono CDIP-20 KAI-0340 VGA 210 1/3 inch Electronic 7.4 x 7.4 Bayer Color, Mono CDIP-22 KAI-0373 WVGA 30 2/3 inch Electronic 11.6 x 13.6 Bayer Color, Mono CDIP-24 KAI inch Electronic 5.5 x 5.5 KAI /3 inch Electronic 7.4 x 7.4 KAI /3 inch Electronic 5.5 x 5.5 Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA CPGA-67 CPGA-67 CPGA-67 KAI /3 inch Electronic 12.8 x 12.8 Mono CDIP-28 KAI inch Electronic 9.0 x 9.0 Mono CDIP-24 KAI /3 inch Electronic 7.4 x 7.4 Bayer Color, Mono CLCC-64 CPGA-68 KAI mm Electronic 9.0 x 9.0 Bayer Color, Mono CDIP-40 KAI mm Electronic 7.4 x 7.4 Bayer Color, Mono CPGA-40 KAI APS-H Electronic 5.5 x 5.5 KAI mm Electronic 7.4 x 7.4 Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA CPGA-71 CPGA-71 KAI inch Electronic 7.4 x 7.4 Bayer Color, Mono CDIP-32 IMAGE 39

42 IMAGE IMAGE ON Semi Product Megapixels Frame Rate (fps) Optical Format KAI mm Electronic 5.5 x 5.5 PYTHON Shutter Type Pixel Size (µm) Color Package Type 1/2 inch Global 4.8 x 4.8 PYTHON /4 inch Global 4.8 x 4.8 PYTHON /3 inch Global 4.8 x 4.8 KAI APS-H Electronic 7.4 x 7.4 VITA12k /3 inch VITA16K mm Pipelined Global, Rolling with CDS, LVDS, 10-bit outputs Pipelined Global, Rolling with CDS, LVDS, 10-bit outputs 4.5 x x 4.5 Bayer Color, Mono Sparse CFA Color Mono Color Mono Color Mono Bayer Color Mono Sparse CFA Color, Mono NIR Color, Mono NIR CPGA-72 LCC-48 LCC-48 LCC-48 CPGA-71 CPGA-355 CPGA-355 IBIS inch Rolling 3.5 x 3.5 Mono LCC-68 LUPA inch LUPA /2 inch LUPA inch Pipelined and Triggered Global Pipelined and Triggered Global Pipelined and Triggered Global 14 x 14 Color, Mono CPGA x 9.9 Color, Mono LCC-48 Wafer 8.0 x 8.0 Color, Mono CPGA-369 LUPA mm Pipelined Global 12 x 12 Color, Mono CPGA-127 STAR inch Rolling 15 x 15 Mono JLDCC-84 STAR inch Rolling 25 x 25 Mono VITA VITA /2 inch 2/3 inch VITA25K mm VITA inch Pipelined Global, Rolling with CDS, LVDS, 10-bit outputs Pipelined Global, Rolling with CDS, LVDS, 10-bit outputs Pipelined Global, Rolling with CDS, LVDS, 10-bit outputs Pipelined Global, Rolling with CDS, LVDS, 10-bit outputs 4.8 x 4.8 Color, Mono JLDCC-84 Wafer Bare Die LCC x 4.8 Color, Mono LCC x 4.5 Color, Mono CPGA x 4.8 Color, Mono LCC-68 40

43 IMAGE Image Sensors at Automotive Quality and Attractive Price Full dynamic exposure and HDR control included - for when (light) conditions get tough Product Overview The Avocet series of CMOS image sensors feature 1024x512 pixels in a 1/3 optical format (full resolution) or 1/4 optical format (VGA subwindow) with a parallel 8, 10 or 12 bit output and frame speeds of up to 74fps (full frame) or higher (with less rows). We designed these image sensors for providing crisp images at extreme (light) conditions: Night time, starting from 0.1 lux conditions Night time, with very bright lights present in the night scene (154 db extended HDR) Day time, with direct sunlight shining onto the image sensor (HDR) Extra sensitivity for NIR light Operational temperature up to 125 C Automotive qualified for robust environments The MLX75412-M version is perfect for fully automatic monochrome cameras. On-chip features include automatic exposure (AE), automatic frame-by-frame HDR control ( Autobrite ) and optimized screen viewing (histogram equalization, Autoview ). The MLX75413-G version is perfect for fully automatic color cameras. The Melexis HDR color processing algorithm is included in this offer (requires an external FPGA). The MLX75413-I version is perfect for fully automatic color cameras where also NIR light should be detected (color night vision). The camera s sensitivity will greatly benefit when NIR light is present. The Melexis HDR color processing algorithm ( Nightbrite ) is included in this offer (requires an external FPGA). Applications All vehicle mounted cameras: trucks, heavy vehicles, etc. Traffic monitoring cameras Night vision cameras HDR cameras Security/surveillance cameras Fleet safety / black box cameras Outdoor, all-weather, day/night cameras IMAGE 41

44 IMAGE VITA High Performance Global Shutter CMOS Image Sensors Easy-to-use, configurable and versatile CMOS image sensors with global shutter capability for fast, reliable machine vision and industrial applications IMAGE 42 Product Overview The VITA family includes image sensors ranging from 1.3 to 25 megapixels with global and rolling shutter capability and frame rates up to 150 fps at full resolution. In rolling shutter mode the sensors support Correlated Double Sampling (CDS) to reduce noise and increase dynamic range. The sensors offer multiple slopes for extended optical dynamic range (HDR mode), which maintains good contrast in shadowed regions of an image without saturating bright areas in scenes. The sensors also feature a 10-bit on-chip ADC for digital output and on-chip timing control for easy application development. Features & Benefits On-chip fixed pattern noise correction High optical dynamic range Highly sensitive pixel with micro lenses Programmable Region of Interest (ROI) Integrated fixed pattern noise (FPN) correction Automatic Exposure Control (AEC) 620 Mbps LVDS outputs Monochrome or color digital output Applications Machine vision & industrial imaging Motion monitoring Medical imaging & microscopy Security & surveillance Barcode readers Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) PoE Security Block Diagram featuring Image Sensors Part Number Active Pixels Package Type VITA (H) x 1024 (V) 48-pin LCC VITA (H) x 1200 (V) 52-pin LCC VITA (H) x 2048 (V) 68-pin LCC VITA 25K 5120 x pin upga

45 IMAGE Advanced CMOS imaging takes Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to the next level What is ITS? Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) is a broad term that describes numerous applications aimed at improving transportation safety, efficiency and cost effectiveness. Advanced CMOS imagers play an important role in supporting monitoring, control and safety in such applications. Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) Advanced traffic management systems include hardware and software for controlling, monitoring, and managing road traffic. Cameras are at the core of the hardware. Analysis of the camera images enables the improvement of traffic signal timings and in turn, traffic flow. A further benefit is that ATMS also help improve communications for emergency vehicle operations. The systems are capable of automated vehicle identification, automated vehicle location (position, speed and direction) and Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR). Electronic Toll Collection Systems Electronic toll collection (ETC) systems enable drivers to pay road tolls without stopping at the pay booths. Most of these systems are based on RFID readers but combine or switch to ANPR as an input for toll collection handling. Deployment of ETC systems results in reductions in traffic congestion, shorter queues at toll stations, and even savings in fuel consumption. ITS Vision Systems Applications in Detail Effective image capture is at the core of ETC systems. These systems have a dual purpose: Firstly, they have an analysis function; the captured image is analyzed for ANPR. Secondly, the scene or context is captured in an image to provide a backup and proof of the vehicle s presence in a particular place and time. Both elements have a slightly different approach but also some similarities. ANPR resembles machine vision applications; the camera grabs images for analysis and outputs only the result. Advanced image sensors are utilized to improve the efficiency, reliability and quality of the system. Global shutter is by far the most important requirement if the Electronic toll collection (ETC) system including smart camera application involves taking images of a moving vehicle. A crisp image is required in order to perform the analysis successfully. Reading out multiple Regions of Interest (ROI) in the pixel array allows the tracking of multiple license plates at the same time. Each frame - a new region of interest - can be selected to track the license plate or vehicles in general. Also, a crop from the total field of view reduces the processing power required to analyze the data. Furthermore, the averaging of frames can increase the fidelity of the system. Different variants of imagers are used for such systems. Traditionally, monochrome image sensors have been used and achieve a superior quality. Nowadays, color image sensors are used as they create a better image for context. Additional improvements in sensitivity performance can be achieved by enhanced Near Infrared (NIR) sensitivity. ETC systems typically employ NIR LED lighting at night; this significantly improves image quality without hindering the driver. Advanced Traffic Management Systems are visually oriented with a clean image being the ultimate goal. Manual interference is required to analyze and interpret the data but a good image quality under all circumstances will ease the process. Wide dynamic range is a key enabler to produce an image in either low light or over illuminated conditions. Wide dynamic range can be obtained by a number of different techniques. ON Semiconductor s VITA family features an on-chip wide dynamic range setting to achieve enough detail in dark and bright images. As an alternative, one can output multiple images with changing integration time and select the most favorable image, or utilize a combination of images that are reconstructed to create a final image. Blooming - a problem that can occur when using CCDs where image data gets corrupted by overexposed images - can be avoided in CMOS imagers by utilizing overflow schemes to drain away excessive charges in the pixels, thereby avoiding image corruption. IMAGE 43

46 IMAGE Although primarily vision oriented, increased automation is expected in the future. Such systems will include automated traffic optimization to help the avoidance of accidents, collision warning systems, and crossing optimization. IMAGE 44 VITA Family as a Key Image Sensor VITA CMOS image sensors offer an ideal solution to meet the requirements of traffic systems. When translating system requirements into sensor specifications, it is clear that global shuttering, high speed readout, high sensitivity (including NIR wavelengths), excellent anti-blooming performance and wide dynamic range performance (up to 90 db) are needed. The VITA image sensor family incorporates all of these necessary requirements and is therefore well suited to target ITS applications. Four members of this image sensor family were introduced in 2010; they are the VITA-1300, VITA-2000, VITA-5000 and the VITA-25K. Later this year two further devices will be added (the VITA-12K and VITA-16K). This will provide a family that addresses the complete range of resolution requirements. Because of its resolution, performance and size, the VITA is widely chosen for traffic applications. It has a resolution of 2592 (H) x 2048 (V) with 4.8 µm high-sensitivity pixels resulting in a one inch optical format. The pixel architecture provides electronic rolling shutter as well as pipelined global shuttering, a key requirement to capture information from fast moving objects. Its five megapixel resolution is very well suited to multiple lane License Plate Number Recognition as it can cover up to three traffic lanes with one camera. Data output is provided over eight industry-standard LVDS data channels each running at 620Mbit/s resulting in a full frame rate of 70 frame/s. This high frame rate allows the user to take successive frames with different exposure settings in order to create High Dynamic Range (HDR) pictures. HDR is needed to ensure pictures of the inside of the car that provide proof of identity of drivers, can be achieved under low-light conditions. HDR also supports effective license plate reading under bright daylight conditions, at night, and in all weather conditions. An on-chip HDR mode is available in which the sensor outputs a piece-wise linear response to light (called a multiple slope response) effectively compressing high exposure parts of the image resulting in an optical dynamic range of up to 90 db. The VITA image sensor family integrates a programmable offset and gain amplifier for each channel of the industrystandard LVDS outputs. Higher frame rates are achieved with multiple ROI or sub-sampled (preview) readout modes, programmable over a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). Multiple ROI readout allows multiple object tracking over different frames resulting in higher frame readout as well as decreased data throughput of the system. Vision systems play versatile roles in today traffic monitoring systems The on-board sequencer generates all internal timing for exposure and readouts. The VITA sensors also feature a 10-bit on-chip analog-to-digital converter (ADC) to provide a digital output and on-chip timing control for easy application development. While the VITA-5000 serves typically multi-lane ANPR applications, the VITA-2000 is widely used for traffic surveillance cameras which are installed at important crossroads in order to assess traffic flow as well as for analysis of collisions and road accidents. Global shuttering and the HDR function are key in providing optimal images under all conditions. High resolution sensors such as the VITA-12K, VITA-16K and the VITA-25K are often chosen to provide a complete vision solution with one camera that can serve as a surveillance camera as well as tracking multiple traffic lanes in one shot. Such high-end solutions can replace multiple existing systems, significantly lowering maintenance costs as well as potential failure rates; extremely important aspects in traffic systems given the expensive and difficult maintenance of camera systems in the field. All VITA sensors are offered in monochrome and RGBbayer versions. The monochrome version is available in two variants of which one has an optimized response in the NIR region ( nm). This allows customers to add additional light sources outside the visual range to avoid interference with human sight for safety reasons and boosting sensitivity both during the day and night. Summary Traffic monitoring in all its forms is playing a more and more important role in our daily life. Consequently, the industry around it is expanding and using data processing and imaging solutions originally developed for machine vision applications. The VITA image sensor family from ON Semiconductor offers an image sensor solution that meets most traffic vision system requirements.

47 IMAGE Image-Sensor Analog Front-End ICs Deliver Extra Integration and Flexibility Product Overview The WM8232, WM8233, WM8234 and WM8235 from Wolfson Microelectronics are 16-bit Analog Front-End (AFE) digitizer ICs capable of processing and digitizing the analog output signals from Charged Coupled Device (CCD) sensors or Contact Image Sensors (CIS) at effective pixel sample rates of up to 210M Sample/s. The WM8234 has six channels with two ADCs and achieves pixel sample rates up to 23M Sample/s per channel at a total effective conversion rate of 140M Sample/s. The WM8235 has nine channels with three ADCs and achieves pixel sample rates up to 23M Sample/s per channel at a total effective conversion rate of 210M Sample/s. Each device integrates multiple signal-processing channels, and implements functions including reset-level clamping, Correlated Double Sampling (CDS) and sample/hold, programmable gain, Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and offset adjustment for each channel. The channel outputs are time multiplexed, into an on-chip array of 16-bit high-speed ADCs. Other integrated features include a 4-bit DAC for internal reference-level generation, automatic black-level calibration to adjust the DC offset of the output data, and a sensortiming clock generator for CCD and CIS sensors. The devices also have a flexible output port that enables designers to arrange digital output data in a variety of formats, and permit selection of either LVDS or CMOS output architecture. The key difference between devices in the family lies in the number of signal-processing channels provided. The WM8232 and WM8233 have three and six channels respectively, with three ADCs, and achieve pixel sample rates up to 35M Sample/s per channel. The variety of configurations available translates into higher scanning speeds at higher resolutions, for end-users, while engineers can take advantage of the common flexible architecture to simplify design-in and speed up time-tomarket. Features & Benefits 3.3V single-supply operation Supply current: 320mA for WM8232/34, 380mA for WM8233and 400mA for WM8235 Internally generated voltage references Compliant for spread-spectrum clock 56-lead QFN package 7mm x 7mm for WM8234/35 and 8mm x 8mm for WM8232/33 Applications Digital copiers USB2.0-compatible scanners Multi-function printers High-speed CCD/CIS interfaces IMAGE 45

48 IMAGE Image analog front-end Part Number Typical Application Description Resolution (bits) Speed (MSPS) Input PGA Offset (bits) Output Format Supply Power Package WM8152 MFP & Scanner Single channel CCD/CIS ADC x4 4.8 to SSOP-20 WM8196 MFP & Scanner 3-channel CCD/CIS ADC , 4x4 4.8 to SSOP-28 WM8199 MFP & Scanner 3-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC , 4x4 4.8 to SSOP-28 WM8213 MFP & Scanner 3-channel CCD/CIS ADC , 4x4 3.0 to SSOP-28 WM8214 MFP & Scanner 3-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC , 4x4 3.0 to SSOP-28 WM8215 MFP & Scanner 3-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC to QFN-32 WM8216 MFP & Scanner 2-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC to QFN-32 WM8224 MFP & Scanner 3-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC 10 & & (10-bit), 8+8 (16-bit) 3.0 to QFN-32 WM8232 MFP & Scanner 3-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC bit 8 LVDS 10/16-bit or CMOS 10-bit 3.3V 320mA QFN- 56, 8mm x 8mm WM8233 MFP & Scanner 6-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC bit 8 LVDS 10/16-bit or CMOS 10-bit 3.3V 380mA QFN- 56, 8mm x 8mm WM8234 MFP & Scanner 6-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC bit 8 LVDS 10/16-bit or CMOS 10-bit 3.3V 320mA QFN- 56, 7mm x 7mm WM8235 MFP & Scanner 9-channel high speed CCD/CIS ADC bit 8 LVDS 10/16-bit or CMOS 10-bit 3.3V 400mA QFN- 56, 7mm x 7mm WM8253 MFP & Scanner Single channel CCD/CIS ADC x4 3.0 to SSOP-20 IMAGE Low power CODECs with integrated video buffer Part Number WM8944 WM8945 WM8946 WM8948 Typical Application Smartphones and Mobile Phones, Handheld and Console Gaming Products, ebook Readers, Digital Cameras (still and video), Home AVs, High Performance Audio and Set Top Boxes, Portable Media Players, Personal Navigation Devices Description Mono CODEC with video buffer Mono CODEC with video buffer and touchpanel controller Stereo CODEC with video buffer Stereo CODEC with video buffer and touchpanel controller DACs / ADCs 1/1 Yes 1/1 Yes 2/2 Yes 2/2 Yes H phone Driver BTL speaker output Yes, 400mW, mono Yes, 400mW, mono Yes, 400mW, mono Yes, 400mW, mono DAC SNR/THD+N (db) ADC SNR/THD+N (db) Video Buffer Analog Supply (V) Digital Supply (V) Package 98 / / -83 Yes 2.4 to to 3.6 W-CSP / / -83 Yes 2.4 to to 3.6 W-CSP / / -83 Yes 2.4 to to 3.6 W-CSP / / -83 Yes 2.4 to to 3.6 W-CSP-36 HDA CODECs Part number Typical Application Description Channels DAC SNR/THD+N (db) ADC SNR/THD+N (db) Other Features Analog Supply (V) Digital Supply (V) Package WM8850 PCs and Notebooks Multi-Channel HDA CODEC with S/PDIF Transceiver 4 in 6 out 108 / /-95 S/PDIF transceiver 4.5 to to 3.63 QFN-48 WM8860 PCs and Notebooks Multi-Channel HDA CODEC with S/PDIF Transmitter 4 in 4 out 108 / /-95 S/PDIF transmitter 4.5 to to 3.63 QFN-48 Stereo low power CODECs Part Number Typical Application Description DACs / ADCs H phone Driver BTL Speaker Output DAC SNR/THD+N (db) ADC SNR/THD+N (db) Advanced DSP Features Other Features Package 46 WM8904 WM8903 WM8960 WM8961 WM8962 Smartphones and Mobile Phones, Handheld and Console Gaming Products, PCs and Notebooks, Portable Media Players, Personal Navigation Devices Ultra low power CODEC with headphone driver Ultra low power CODEC for portable audio applications CODEC with Class D speaker driver CODEC with Class D Speaker Driver CODEC with Class D Speaker Driver 2/2 Yes,Class W No 96 / / -80 2/2 Yes, Class W 2/2 2/2 Yes, 40mW into 16 ohms Yes, Class W 22mW into 16 ohms Yes, Class W 22mW into 16 ohms No, 2x differential line out Up to 1.4W per channel Yes, 1W 8Ω BTL Class D Yes, 1W 8Ω BTL Class D 96 / / -80 High pass filters, EQ Dynamic range control, digital sidetone Digital microphone interface Digital microphone interface QFN-32 WLCSP-36 QFN / / -82 3D MIC interface ALC QFN / / -75 Digital sidetone MIC interface ALC QFN / /-86 VSS, HDBASS, ReTune TM, 3D, EQ, DRC Programmable ALC and Noise Gate CSP-49

49 LIGHT & OPTICAL What is a light sensor? A light or photo sensor simply detects the amount or intensity of light on its surface and produces a proportional analog or digital signal from it. Light sensors can take the form of a simple photodiode, phototransistor, or CdS cell. More sophisticated light sensor integrated photodiodes with signal amplification and conversion circuitry to provide analog (i.e. frequency and voltage) or digital (via I 2 C or SMBUS) output signals. A color sensor is designed to accurately derive the color chromaticity and illuminance (intensity) of ambient light. It integrates photodiodes with red, blue, green filters and signal conversion and control circuitry to provide analog or digital output signals. Important selection parameters Photo Current is the current produced in a semiconductor device resulting from its illumination. Dark Current is the minimum electric current though a photodiode when in total darkness. Output Channel(s) defines the nature and count of output signals: ex: Red, Green, Blue, etc. Typical applications Light sensors are most often used in lighting control to conserve energy or for a more natural visual effect. For example, ambient light sensors are used to automatically switch street lights and parking lot lighting ON and OFF. It is also used to control the brightness of display back lighting based on ambient light conditions to make it more comfortable for human eye. LIGHT & OPTICAL Application Cases Automotive Industrial Consumer Real Life Examples Compartment lighting control Alarms SLR Cameras Outdoor lighting Solar panels control Street lights control 47

50 LIGHT & OPTICAL Photo Detectors Photo detector, the simplest form of analog ambient light sensor, is usually consist of high sensitive photo diode or phototransistor. It s spectral sensitivity is closely matched to the human eye. Panasonic ROHM Vishay Part Number Photo Current (µa) Dark Current (µa) Rise Time (ms) Fall Time (ms) Supply Voltage (Volt) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package AMS302(T) 260uA* ms 8.5ms 1.5 to 6-30 to 85 Through hole - Bulk or T&R BH1600FVC-TR to 85 WS06F BH1603FVC-TR to to 85 WSOF6 TEPT n/a n/a 0.5 to 5-40 to 85 3mm TEPT n/a n/a 0.5 to 5-40 to 85 5mm TEPT n/a n/a 0.5 to 5-40 to 85 5mm, flat TEMT6000X n/a n/a 0.5 to 5-40 to x 4 x 1H TEMT6200FX n/a n/a 0.5 to 5-40 to x 2 x 0.85H TEMD6010FX n/a n/a n/a -40 to x 4 x 1H BPW21R 9 3 3μs 3μs n/a -40 to 125 TO5 Sealed TEMD5510FX n/a n/a n/a -40 to x 5 x 1H *Note: Ev = 100 lux (Ev Brightness, Fluorescent lamp is used as light source) Analog Ambient Light Sensors Analog ambient light sensors integrated photodiode array, signal amplification and conversion into one chip. With schmitt trigger, frequency and voltage output options, this type of products offer flexibility for various light sensing applications. LIGHT & OPTICAL 48 ams Intersil Part Number Output Type Output Range Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( o C) TSL12 Voltage up to 4.9V to 85 Package 3 Pin TH Sidelooker, 3/4 pin SMT sidelooker TSL12T Voltage up to 4.9V to 85 T-3 TSL13 Voltage up to 4.9V to 85 3 Pin TH Sidelooker, 3/4 pin SMT sidelooker TSL13T Voltage up to 4.9V to 85 T-3 TSL14 Voltage up to 4.9V to 85 3 Pin TH Sidelooker, 3/4 pin SMT sidelooker TSL250/60 Voltage to 85 SOIC 8, 3 Pin TH, 3 pin SMT TSL251/61 Voltage to 85 SOIC 8, 3 Pin TH, 3 pin SMT TSL252/62 Voltage to 85 SOIC 8, 3 Pin TH, 3 pin SMT TSL253/63 Voltage to 85 SOIC 8, 3 Pin TH, 3 pin SMT TSL254 Voltage to 85 SOIC 8, 3 Pin TH, 3 pin SMT TSL257/67 Voltage to 85 SOIC 8, 3 Pin TH, 3 pin SMT TSL257T Voltage to 85 T-3 TSL230 Frequency 1 MHz to 70 SOIC 8 TSL235 Frequency 0.5 MHz to 70 SOIC 8, 4 pin SMT TSL245 Frequency 0.5 MHz to 70 SOIC 8 TSL237 Frequency 0.6 MHz to 85 3 Pin TH, 3 pin SMT TSL237T Frequency 0.6 MHz to 85 4-lead Low Profile Surface Mount TSL238 Frequency 0.6 MHz to 70 SOIC 8, 4 pin SMT TSL238T Frequency 0.6 MHz to 85 4-lead Low Profile Surface Mount ISL29009 Current uA ISL29008 Current uA ISL29007 Current uA Lux Lux Lux -40 to +85 ODFN-6-40 to +85 ODFN-6-40 to +85 ODFN-6

51 LIGHT & OPTICAL Intersil Melexis ROHM Part Number Output Type Output Range Supply Voltage (Volt) ISL29006 Current uA ISL76671 Voltage V ISL29102 Voltage V ISL29101 Voltage V Supply Current (ma) Lux Lux Lux Lux Operating Temp. ( o C) Package -40 to +85 ODFN-6-40 to 105 ODFN-6-40 to +85 ODFN-6-40 to +85 ODFN-6 MLX75303E Schmitt Trigger 0 or VDD V to 85 SOIC8 MLX75303K Schmitt Trigger 0 or VDD V to 125 SOIC8 MLX75305E Voltage 0..VDD V 2-40 to 85 SOIC8 MLX75305K Voltage 0..VDD V 2-40 to 125 SOIC8 MLX75308R SPI VDD 3.3V 6-40 to 105 QFN24 4x4 BH1600FVC Current(Source) to to 85 WSOF6 BH1603FVC Current(Source) to to 85 WSOF6 BH1620FVC Current(Source) to to 85 WSOF5 BH1680FVC Current(Source) to to 85 WSOF5 BH1621FVC Current(Source) to to 85 WSOF5 Digital Ambient Light Sensors Digital output ambient light sensors integrated analog-to-digital conversion and serial communication circuitry, which makes the signal processing and interfacing to the processors much easier compare to analog output ambient light sensors. ams Intersil ROHM Part Number Output Interface Peak Wave Length (nm) Power Down Current (ma) Supply Current (ma) Supply Voltage (Volt) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package TSL bit I²C to 85 Dual Flat no-lead TSL bit I²C (1.8v) to 85 Dual Flat no-lead TSL bit I²C to 70 ODFN-6 TSL bit I²C 626 / to 70 DFN-6 TSL bit I²C (1.8v) 626 / to 70 DFN-6 TSL bit I²C to 85 ChipLED TSL bit I²C (1.8v) to 85 ChipLED TSL bit I²C to 85 ChipLED TSL bit I²C (1.8v) to 85 ChipLED ISL bit I²C to 85 ODFN-6 ISL bit I²C to 85 ODFN-6 ISL bit I²C to 85 ODFN-6 ISL bit I²C to +105 ODFN-6 ISL bit I²C to 85 ODFN-6 ISL bit I²C to 85 ODFN-6 BH1710FVC 16 bit I²C to to 85 WSOF6 BH1715FVC 16 bit I²C to to 85 WSOF6 BH1721FVC 16 bit I²C to to 85 WSOF5 BH1750FVI 16 bit I²C to to 85 WSOF6I BH1751FVI 16 bit I²C to to 85 WSOF6I BH1780GLI 16 bit I²C to to 85 WLGA04IW02 BH1730FVC 16 bit I²C 600 Visible Light 840 Infrared to to 70 WSOF6 LIGHT & OPTICAL 49

52 LIGHT & OPTICAL Color Sensors Color sensors consist of light sensors and color filters. It converts RGB light to analog (i.e. voltage or frequency) or digital signal to indicate the light density. ams Intersil Part Number Output Channel Output Type Output Range Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( o C) TCS37727 RGB+clear I²C (1.8V) 16 bit to 70 FN-6 TCS37717 RGB+clear I²C (1.8V) 16 bit to 70 FN-6 TMD37821 RGB+clear I²C 16 bit to 70 FN-6 TMD37823 RGB+clear I²C (1.8V) 16 bit to 70 FN-6 Package TCS3103/4 RGB Voltage 0-4.8V to 70 DFN-6 TCS3200 RGB+clear Frequency 10kHz - 600kHz to 85 SOIC-8 TCS3210 RGB+clear Frequency 10kHz - 600kHz to 85 SOIC-8 TCS3404 RGB+clear I²C 16 bit to 85 DFN-6, CSP-6 TCS3414 RGB+clear I²C 16 bit to 85 DFN-6, CSP-7 TCS34715 RGB+clear I²C 16 bit to 70 DFN-6 TCS34717 RGB+clear I²C 16 bit to 70 DFN-6 ISL29125 RGB I²C 16 bit to 85 ODFN-6 Ultra Violet These sensors measure the amount of Ultra Violet rays contained in sunlight and are ideal for wearables (Smart Watches), Mobile and handhelds where power consumption, profile and package size are critical. LIGHT & OPTICAL ROHM STMicro Part Number Output type Functional description Operating voltage Operating Temp. ( o C) Maximumsensitivity wave length ML8511 Analog UV sensor with amplifier circuit 2.7 to 3.6V -20 to nm UVIS25 SPI, I 2 C In Preview UV Sensor with Active & Power Down Modes 1.7 to 3.6V 40 to Hz ODR / one shot Sensitivity region UV-A and UV-B UV-A and UV-B Current Consumption 300µA / 0.1µA (Operating mode / Standby mode) 50

53 LIGHT & OPTICAL Color Sensor and Proximity Detection TCS3772 is a Color Light-to-Digital Converter and proximity sensor Product Overview The TCS3772 device family provides digital red, green blue and clear (RGBC) color light sensing, and, when coupled with an Infra-Red (IR) LED, proximity detection. The TCS3772 includes an IR-blocking filter to minimize effects of the IR spectral component in light and produce accurate color measurements. The IR-blocking filter is integrated directly on-chip and localized to the color sensing photodiodes. The high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, and IR-blocking filter make the TCS3772 an ideal solution for use under varying lighting conditions and through attenuating materials. The TCS3772 color sensing has a wide range of applications, including RGB LED backlight control, solidstate lighting, heath/ fitness products, industrial process controls, and medical diagnostic equipment. In addition, the IR-blocking filter enables the TCS3772 to perform ambient light sensing. The TCS3772 proximity sensing has a large dynamic range of operation for use in accurate short distance applications, such as mobile phones, or for longer distance applications such as user presence detection in LCD monitors or notebooks. Proximity detection is required in touchscreen smartphones to disable the touchscreen when the user positions the phone to their ear during a call. For power sensitive applications, the device can enter a lower-power wait-state between RGBC and proximity measurement to reduce the average power consumption. Features & Benefits Integrated RGB and proximity sensor Single device reduces board space Programmable color sensing and proximity detection Enables flexible operation for wide range of applications Integrated IR blocking filter Enables accurate color and ambient light sensing under varying lighting conditions 3.8M: 1 dynamic range Enables operation within wide range of lighting conditions Applications Light Color Temperature Measurement and Control RGB LED Backlight Control Ambient Light Sensing for Display Brightness Control Industrial Process Control Medical Diagnostics LIGHT & OPTICAL 51 The TCS3772 is available in a discrete 6-pin FN package.

54 LIGHT & OPTICAL Light-to-Frequency, Light-to- Voltage and Light-to-Digital Optical sensors in every output, allowing maximum design flexibility for a broad range of applications LIGHT & OPTICAL Product Overview Light-to-Frequency Sensors: Convert light intensity to a digital format for a direct interface to a microcontroller. The output of this device is a square wave or pulse train whose frequency is linearly proportional to light intensity (see chart below). Light-to-Voltage: Combine a photodiode and transimpedance amplifier on a single monolithic IC and offer the speed, temperature stability, and linearity of the photodiode, but include a more usable voltage output signal (see chart below). Light-to-Frequency Sensors Part Number Responsivity (Hz / uw / cm 2 ) Light-to-Digital: Combine a broadband photodiode (350 nm to 1100 nm) with a visible light blocking photodiode in a single CMOS integrated circuit. Light-to-Digital sensors are commonly used in ambient light sensing applications (for our Light-to-Digital Sensor portfolio, please refer to our ad on Ambient Light Sensors). Fout Max IR Only Pin Selectable Sidelooker SOIC T CL TSL nm 1MHz n/a 10 x 10 Array PACKAGE x TSL nm 500K n/a n/a x TSL nm 500K Yes n/a x TSL nm 500K n/a n/a x x x TSL nm 500K n/a n/a x x Light-to-Voltage Sensors 52 Part Number TSL12 RESPONSIVITY Low Med. High Ultra Fast Response x Yes n/a Low Noise IR Only Sidelooker SOIC TMD PACKAGE x x TSL13 x Yes n/a x x TSL14 x Yes n/a x TSL250/60 x No Yes TSL260 x x TSL251/61 x No TSL261 x x TSL252/62 x Yes Yes TSL262 x TSL253/63 x Yes TSL263 x TSL254 x Yes n/a x TSL257/67 x No TSL267 x x

55 LIGHT & OPTICAL Digital Ambient Light Sensors ams is the resident expert in ambient light sensing, releasing the first digital ambient light sensor to the market in Product Overview Based on a patented dual-diode approach, ams ambient light sensors control brightness with sensitivity to suit the human eye, dimming the brightness or increasing illumination depending on the lighting environment. Typically designed in display-based applications and solid-state lighting, ambient light sensors offer up to 30% in energy savings by reducing total system power consumption, extending battery life in mobile devices, and producing improved picture quality. The ams TSL4531 digital ambient light sensor is able to operate in the widest dynamic range, sensing up to 220KLux twice as bright as sunlight! Saves Processing Time: Simple direct Lux output calculates Lux value on chip Very High Sensitivity Levels: Reaches over 220K Lumens without saturating the device; very compatible with LEDS Cost Savings: 4 pin device with a small footprint Features & Benefits for the TSL4531 Wide Dynamic Range: 3 Lux to 220KLux Three User-Selectable Integration Times (400ms, 200ms, and 100ms) 16-bit Digital output with 1 2 C compatibility Ultra Small 2mm X 2mm ChipLED package LIGHT & OPTICAL Part Number Operating Volts Operating Volts TSL2580 No Yes SENSITIVITY 1x 4x 30x 1 2 C BUS SM BUS Alt. Address Option Flexible Timing x x x VDD Yes No Yes PACKAGE CL FN CS x x TSL2581 No Yes x x x VDD No No Yes x x TSL2583 No Yes x x x 1.8V No No Yes x x TSL25711 Yes Yes x x x VDD No Yes Yes x TSL25713 Yes Yes x x x 1.8V No Yes Yes x TSL V Auto. Gain Control 1.8V No Yes Yes x 53

56 LIGHT & OPTICAL Color Sensor Light-To-Digital Converter TCS3472 is a Color Light-to-Digital Converter with Infra-Red filter LIGHT & OPTICAL 54 Product Overview The TCS3472 device family provides digital red, green, blue and clear (RGBC) color light sensing. It includes an Infra-Red (IR) blocking filter to minimize effects of the IR spectral component in light and produce accurate color measurements. The IR-blocking filter is integrated directly on-chip and localized to the color sensing photodiodes. The high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, and IR-blocking filter make the TCS3472 an ideal solution to use under varying lighting conditions and through attenuating materials. The color sensing has a wide range of applications, including RGB LED backlight control, solid-state lighting, heath/fitness products, industrial process controls, and medical diagnostic equipment. In addition, the IR-blocking filter enables the TCS3472 to perform ambient light sensing. Ambient light sensing is widely used in display-based products, such as mobile phones, notebooks, tablets and TVs, to sense the lighting environment and enable automatic display brightness for optimal viewing and power savings. In low-power applications, the TCS3472 can enter a lower-power waitstate between RGBC measurements to reduce the average power consumption. The TCS3772 is available in a discrete 6-pin FN package. Features & Benefits Integrated IR blocking filter Minimizes IR and UV spectral component effects to produce accurate color measurement 3.8M:1 dynamic range Enables accurate color and ambient light sensing under varying lighting conditions Four independent analog-to-digital converters Minimizes motion / transient errors A reference-channel for Color Analysis (Clear channel photo-diode) Clear-Channel provides a reference allows for isolation of color content Applications Light Color Temperature Measurement and Control RGB LED Backlight Control Ambient Light Sensing for Display Brightness Control Industrial Process Control Medical Diagnostics

57 LIGHT & OPTICAL Ambient Light Sensor TSL2572 is a Light-to-Digital converter Product Overview The TSL2572 family of devices provides Ambient Light Sensing (ALS) that approximates human eye response to light intensity under varying lighting conditions and through a variety of attenuation materials. While effective for generalpurpose light sensing, the device is particularly useful for display management in order to extend battery life and provide optimum viewing in diverse lighting conditions. Display panel and keyboard backlighting can account for up to 30 to 40 percent of total platform power. The reducedgain mode extends the operating range to 60k Lux in sunlight. The TSL2572 is an ideal solution for a variety of consumer electronics applications which include mobile phones, notebooks, tablets, LCD monitors, flat-panel televisions, and many more. TSL2572 is available in a discrete 6-pin FN package. Features & Benefits Patented dual-diode architecture Enables operation in IR light environments 8M:1 dynamic range Enables dark to 60K Lux sunlight operation Programmable interrupt function Reduces microprocessor Interrupt overhead Ultra-Violet (UV) rejection package Improves lux accuracy across various light sources Area efficient 2mm x 2mm Dual Flat no-lead (FN) package Reduces board space requirements while simplifying designs Applications Display backlight control Keyboard illumination control Solid-state and general lighting control Printer paper detection LIGHT & OPTICAL 55

58 LIGHT & OPTICAL Ambient Light Sensor TSL4531 is a digital ambient sensor with direct lux output capability LIGHT & OPTICAL 56 Product Overview The TSL4531 family of devices provides ambient light sensing (ALS) that approximates human eye response to light intensity under diverse lighting conditions and through a variety of attenuation materials. The device has three selectable integration times and provides a direct 16-bit lux output via an I 2 C bus interface. The TSL4531 features power management modes where the user can select continuous operation, power save mode, in which the device inserts a power saving state between each acquisition, or single-cycle operation, in which the device enters a power-down state after data acquisition. The wide dynamic range of the device makes it particularly useful in direct sunlight outdoor applications. The TSL4531 is ideal for use in automatic control of street lights and security, billboard, automotive lighting and is suited for use in solidstate lighting (SSL), general lighting for automatic control and daylight harvesting to maximize energy conservation. Other applications include display backlight control to extend battery life and optimize visibility in mobile phones, tablets, and notebooks. TSL4531 is available in a 4-pin ChipLED (CL) package. Features & Benefits Direct Lux output Requires no Lux equation software calculation Wide dynamic range Enables 3 to 220K Lux bright sunlight operation Approximates Human Eye Response in diverse lighting environments Enables automatic display brightness control for reduced total system power consumption 2mm x 2mm 4-pin ChipLED (CL) package Reduces board space requirements while simplifying designs Applications Outdoor lighting control Street lights Security lights Traffic signals Commercial billboards Display backlight control Automotive instrumentation Mobile phones Tablets and Notebooks Solid-state lighting control for daylight harvesting Commercial lighting Industrial lighting

59 LIGHT & OPTICAL APDS-9900 Digital Ambient Light and Proximity Sensor APDS-9900 is a digital I 2 C compatible interface ambient light sensor (ALS) and proximity sensor with IR LED in a single 8-pin package. Product Overview The ALS utilizes dual photodiodes to approximate the human eye response with high sensitivity. It detects light intensity under various lighting conditions and through various attenuation materials including darkened glass. The proximity feature is factory-trimmed and calibrated to 100mm proximity detection distance without requiring customer calibrations. The addition of micro-optics lenses within the module provides high efficient transmission and reception of infrared energy. An internal state machine allows the device to be put into a low-power state between ALS and proximity measurements providing very low power consumption. Features & Benefits ALS, IR LED and Proximity Detector in an Optical Module Ambient Light Sensing (ALS) Approximates Human Eye Response Programmable Interrupt Function with Upper and Lower Threshold Up to 16-Bit Resolution High Sensitivity Operates Behind Darkened Glass Proximity Detection Fully Calibrated to 100 mm Detection Integrated IR LED and Synchronous LED Driver Eliminates Factory Calibration of Prox Programmable Wait Timer Wait State Power 70 µa Typical Programmable from 2.72 ms to > 6 Sec I 2 C Interface Compatible Up to 400 khz (I2C Fast-Mode) Dedicated Interrupt Pin I 2 C 1.8V VBUS Interface Sleep Mode Power µa Typical Small Package L3.94 x W2.36 x H1.35 mm Applications Display Backlight Control Cell Phone Touchscreen Disable Digital Camera LCD-screen Disable Mechanical Switch Replacement Sanitary Automation LIGHT & OPTICAL 57

60 LIGHT & OPTICAL AEDR-871x 3-Channel High Resolution Reflective Incremental Encoder (Digital Outputs) AEDR-871x is a 3-channel reflective optical encoder device providing dual channel quadrature digital outputs and an index channel digital output. LIGHT & OPTICAL Product Overview With encoding resolution up to 318 lines per inch (LPI) and built-in 4x, 8x and 16x interpolation, the device enables great flexibility and versatility in resolution range. The quadrature (AB) digital outputs are TTL-compatible enabling the device to interface directly with many digital signal processors (DSP) and host processors. As such, the device can be easily designed in and integrated into existing motion control system. The AEDR-871x houses an LED light source and a photodetecting circuitry in a compact package. The miniature package coupled with low operating 3.3V option allows the device to be used in a wide range of space-constrained, low-power applications. Applications Miniature Motors Printers & Copiers Card Readers Miniature Camera Modules Portable Measurement Devices Healthcare, Lab Diagnostic Equipment and Portable Devices Optometric Equipment Consumer and Industrial Product Applications 58 Available Product Options: AEDR /100 AEDR /100 AEDR /100 Features & Benefits 3 Channel Outputs Dual Channel Digital Outputs Index Channel Digital Output Built-in Interpolator for 4x, 8x and 16x Interpolation Built-in Automatic LED Current Regulation Encoding Resolution: 318 LPI (up to 1.25um pitch) Power Supply Voltage: 3.3 or 5V Operating Temperature Range: -20 to +85 C Surface Mount Leadless Package: 3.95mm (L) x 3.4mm (W) x 0.956mm (H)

61 LIGHT & OPTICAL ACPL-C E Precision Optically Isolated Voltage Sensor The ACPL-C87B/C87A/C870 voltage sensors are optical isolation amplifiers designed specifically for voltage sensing. Product Overview Its 2V input range and high 1GΩ input impedance, makes it well suited for isolated voltage sensing requirements in electronic power converters applications. In a typical voltage sensing implementation, a resistive voltage divider is used to scale the DC-link voltage to suit the input range of the voltage sensor. A differential output voltage that is proportional to the input voltage is created on the other side of the optical isolation barrier. For general applications, the ACPL-C87A (±1% gain tolerance) and the ACPL-C870 (±3% gain tolerance) are recommended. For high precision requirements, the ACPL- C87B (±0.5% gain tolerance) can be used. Features & Benefits 0.5% High Gain Accuracy (ACPL-C87B only) Unity Gain 1V/V -35ppm/ C Low Gain Drift -0. mv Input Offset Voltage 0.1% Excellent Non-Linearity Max Active High Shutdown Pin 100kHz Wide Bandwidth 3V to 5.5V Wide Supply Range for Output Side 40 C to +105 C Operating Temperature Range Advanced Sigma-Delta A/D Modulation Technology 15kV/µs Common-Mode Transient Immunity Applications Isolated Voltage Sensing in AC and Servo Motor Drives Isolated DC-Bus Voltage Sensing in Solar Inverters Wind Turbine Inverters Isolated Sensor Interfaces Signal Isolation in Data Acquisition Systems General Purpose Voltage Isolation LIGHT & OPTICAL 59

62 LIGHT & OPTICAL ACPL-796J Optically Isolated Sigma-Delta Modulator LIGHT & OPTICAL 60 Product Overview The ACPL-796J is a 1-bit, second-order sigma-delta ( - ) modulator that converts an analog input signal into a high speed data stream with galvanic isolation based on optical coupling technology. The ACPL-796J operates from a 5V power supply with dynamic range of 80 db with an appropriate digital filter. The differential inputs of ±200 mv (full scale ±320 mv) are ideal for direct connection to shunt resistors or other low-level signal sources in applications such as motor phase current measurement. The analog input is continuously sampled by means of sigma-delta over-sampling using external clock, coupled across the isolation barrier, which allows synchronous operation with any digital controller. The signal information is contained in the modulator data, as a density of ones with data rate up to 20 MHz, and the data are encoded and transmitted across the isolation boundary where they are recovered and decoded into high speed data stream of digital ones and zeros. The original signal information can be reconstructed with a digital filter. The serial interface has a wide supply range of 3V to 5.5V. Combined with superior optical coupling technology, the modulator delivers high noise margins and excellent immunity against isolation-mode transients. With 0.5 mm minimum distance through insulation (DTI), the ACPL- 796J provides reliable double protection and high working insulation voltage, which is suitable for fail-safe designs. This outstanding isolation performance is superior to alternatives including devices based on capacitive- or magnetic-coupling with DTI in micro-meter range. Offered in an SO-16 package, the isolated ADC delivers the reliability, small size, superior isolation and over-temperature performance motor drive designers need to accurately measure current at a much lower price compared to traditional current transducers. Features & Benefits 5 MHz to 20 MHz external clock input range 1-bit, second-order sigma-delta modulator 16 bits resolution no missing codes (12 bits ENOB) 74 db minimum SNR 3.5V/ C maximum offset drift ±1% maximum gain error Internal reference voltage ±200 mv linear range with single 5V supply 3V to 5.5V wide supply range for digital interface -40 C to +105 C operating temperature range SO-16 package 25 kv/s common-mode transient immunity Safety and regulatory approval (pending): IEC/EN/DIN EN : 1230 Vpeak working insulation voltage UL 1577: 5000 Vrms/1min double protection rating CSA: Component Acceptance Notice #5 Applications Motor phase and rail current sensing Power inverter current and voltage sensing Industrial process control Data acquisition systems General purpose current and voltage sensing Traditional current transducer replacements The internal clock version modulators, HCPL-7860 (DIP-8/ gull wing surface mount package) and HCPL-786J (SO-16 package), are also available.

63 LIGHT & OPTICAL Ambient Light Sensors for Portable Applications Detect ambient light to control display backlighting and reduce energy consumption Product Overview The ROHM Ambient Light Sensor IC family includes the BH16xx (analog) / BH17xx (digital) series. BH16xx analog series devices provide a linear current output proportional to luminous intensity ranging from 0 to 100,000 Lux. These units feature ROHM s unique three-level gain selection providing exceptional design flexibility in matching power consumption to the specific application requirements. The BH17xx series of digital devices integrate a 16-bit analog-to-digital converter that produces 1 lx resolution over a range of 0 to 65,000 Lux. The devices I 2 C output is designed for direct connection to a microcontroller or baseband processor. Two measurement resolution levels are provided allowing design trade-offs between sampling time and performance. For example, with high-resolution sampling, optical noise such as fluorescent lamp flicker can be filtered out. Low resolution provides a shorter sampling time for applications such as GPS systems where the light level changes are dynamic. Analog Output Digital Output (up to 16bit) LIGHT & OPTICAL Features & Benefits Higher light-sensing accuracy (±15% compared to competitive devices that range from ±30% to ±55%) More stable ambient light detection (±10% maximum difference regardless of light source, compared to competitive products with up to 4:1 variations) Wide light detection range (up to 100,000 Lux) Small, surface mount packaging Applications LCD Equipped Devices Handheld Medical Equipment LCD Monitors/Displays Video Players Mobile Phones 61

64 LIGHT & OPTICAL LIGHT & OPTICAL Fully Integrated Proximity and Ambient Light Sensors Infrared emitter, proximity-sensing photodiode, and ambient light sensor with I 2 C interface and signal processing IC with interrupt Product Overview To simplify the design process, Vishay has integrated the infrared emitter, proximity photodiode, ambient light sensor and signal processing IC in one package. Window design and sensor placement are no longer geometric puzzles and the need for mechanical cross-talk barriers is eliminated. Each sensor is a leadless surface mount package with standard I 2 C communication and features an interrupt function, which reduces power consumption by eliminating polling traffic between the sensor and microcontroller. Ambient Light Sensor Proximity Sensor VCNL4020 VCNL4010 Features & Benefits Low profile; height less than 0.83 mm 16-bit dynamic range Programmable emitter drive current 10 ma to 200 ma (in 10 ma steps) Detection range up to 200 mm Light sensing from 0.25 lux to 16 klux I 2 C Interface Applications Touchscreen locking and unlocking Auto-brightness control of displays Smartphones and tablets Digital cameras and recorders Industrial proximity applications VCNL3020 Infrared Emitter 62 Part Number L x W (mm) Height (mm) Infrared Emitter Proximity Detector Light Sensor Interrupt Function Light Sensor Resolution (lux/count) Emitter Pulse Current (ma) VCNL x x x x to 200 VCNL x x x x x to 200 VCNL x x x x x to 200 VCNL x x x x 10 to 200 PACKAGE IINTEGRATED COMPONENTS

65 LIGHT & OPTICAL Ambient Light Sensors with Analog Output Portfolio of ambient light sensors with phototransistor or photodiode output in surface mount and leaded packages Product Overview By turning on, turning off, or adjusting display brightness, ambient light sensors can conserve battery power, optimize visibility and provide extra safety by eliminating the need for manual adjustments. One measure of how well an ambient light sensor performs is how it responds to the visible portion of different sources of light. Compared to Osram and TAOS, Vishay s ambient light sensors are more linear and more accurate in measuring the ambient light when compared to a light meter. Features & Benefits Human eye-like response High photo sensitivity AEC-Q101 qualified (-X01) -40 C to +100 C operating temperature range F-filtering epoxy (F) option Reduce power consumption Optimize visibility Eliminate manual adjustments Make life safer, simpler Applications Consumer electronics Street lighting Automotive lighting TEMT6200FX01 TEMD6200FX01 TEMD6010FX01 TEMT6000X01 TEMD5510X01 LIGHT & OPTICAL Output Photo Transistor Photo Diode Part Number Mounting Size (mm) Peak Wavelength (nm) Bandwidth (nm) Angle of Half Sensitivity (+/-) Light Current Standard A (ua) TEMT6200FX01 SMD 1.2 x 2.0 x TEMT6000X01 SMD 2.0 x 4.0 x TEPT5700 Leaded 5 mm, flat top TEPT5600 Leaded 5 mm TEPT4400 Leaded 3 mm TEMD6010FX01 SMD 2.0 x 4.0 x TEMD5510FX01 SMD 4.2 x 5.0 x TEMD6200FX01 SMD 1.2 x 2.0 x BPW21R Leaded TO5-8 mm

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67 MAGNETIC / HALL What is a magnetic sensor? Magnetic sensors detect the presence or strength of a magnetic field. A simple magnetic sensor is a reed switch, which has flexible contacts made of iron-bearing magnetic materials that make contact when a strong enough magnet exerts a force (magnetism) on them. Magnetic sensors use various sensing techniques like Hall effect or magnetoresistive for various applications. Recently the MEMS magnetometer, which measures the magnetic field strength or direction, became popular as it can acquire accurate orientation-independent compass heading information when used in conjunction with a three-axis accelerometer. Application Cases Position, speed or current sensing Motor control Magnetic pattern recognition Real Life Examples Needle position in industrial knitting machines Rotary switches (human machine interface) AC/DC motor position controls Robotics Brushless motors Vibration motor drivers Fan/motor drivers ATMs, cash counters, bill changers, ticket machines, automatic vending machines, card readers Important selection parameters Magnetic Field Range defines the range of magnetic field strength that a sensor can measure. Operating Point defines the threshold level of magnetic field that causes the sensor output to turn on. Release Point defines the threshold level of magnetic field that causes the sensor output to turn off. Sensitivity, for a linear or proportional magnetic sensor, defines the transfer function (ratio) of the output change, in proportion to the applied magnetic field. Typical applications There are a multitude of magnetic sensor types adapted for different applications Hall sensors are often used for position/speed detection (linear or rotating) when used with a magnet and/or magnetic toothed object. Magnetic sensors are well suited for use in harsh environments and have long life since they are sealed and have no contacts to wear out. Other types are specialized for motor control applications and include motor drive electronics as well. Another use is in magnetic compasses, using the most sensitive devices to detect the earth s natural magnetic field. Since electric conductors produce a magnetic field proportional to the current they carry, other devices can be used to unobtrusively measure current or power in this way. Recently, highly accurate and inexpensive 360-degree magnetic rotational position sensor ICs have become popular for motion control & robotics and feature several output types, both analog and digital. MAGNETIC / HALL 65

68 MAGNETIC / HALL Hall Switches / Latches Hall switches or latch integrated Hall sensors, control logic and interface circuitry to detect position. Switches does not retain the magnetic state when the magnet is removed, while latches retain the magnetic state when removing the magnet. Part Number Type Operating Point Bop (mt) Release Point Brp (mt) Output Current (ma) Supply Voltage (V) Operating Temp. ( o C) AH182P Unipolar Switch <6 > to 5.5 E SIP-3 AH182W Unipolar Switch <6 > to 5.5 E SC59 AH183P Unipolar Switch <6 > to 5.5 E SIP-3 AH183W Unipolar Switch <6 > to 5.5 E SC59 Package AH337 Unipolar Switch 9 to 15 3 to to 28 G SIP3 - SC59 ATS137 Unipolar Switch <13 > to 20 A SIP3 - SC59 MAGNETIC / HALL 66 Diodes AH180 AH1801 AH1802 AH1803 AH1804 AH180N AH1822 AH1883 AH1884 AH1885 AH1886 AH1887 AH1888 AH1891 AH1892 AH173 Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Bipolar Latch Bops <6 Bopn >-6 Bops <6 Bopn >-6 Bops <4.0 Bopn >-4.0 Bops <4.0 Bopn >-4.0 Bops <6 Bopn >-6 Bops <5.0 Bopn >-5.0 Bops <5.5 Bopn >-5.5 Bops <5.5 Bopn >-5.5 Bops <5.5 Bopn >-5.5 Bops <5.9 Bopn >-5.9 Bops <5.5 Bopn >-5.5 Bops <5.0 Bopn >-5.0 Bops <7.9 Bopn >-7.9 Bops <6 Bopn >-6 HB: Bops <8.0 Bopn >-8.0 LB: Bops <5.5 Bopn > / Brps >1 Brpn <-1 Brps >1 Brpn <-1 Brps >1 Brpn <-1 Brps >1 Brpn <-1 Bopn <-1.5 Brps >1.5 Brps >1 Brpn <-1 Brps >1 Brpn <-1 Brps >0.6 Brpn <-0.6 Bopn <-1.5 Brps >1.5 Bopn <-1.5 Brps >1.5 Brps >0.6 Brpn <-0.6 Brps >0.6 Brpn <-0.6 Brps >3.5 Bopn >-3.5 Brps >1.2 Bopn <-1.2 HB: Bops <3.5 Bopn >-3.5 LB: Bops < 1.2 Bopn > to 5.5 E to 5.5 E to 5.5 E to 5.5 E to 3.6 E to 5.5 E to 5.5 E to 3.3 E SC59 SIP-3 U-DFN U-DFN SC59 U-DFN U-DFN SC59 U-DFN U-DFN X2-DFN SC59 U-DFN DFN SC59 SC59 SOT553 TSOT23 DFN X2-DFN SOT553 U-DFN to 3.3 E SOT to 3.3 E SOT to 3.3 E SOT to 3.3 E SOT to 3.3 E DFN2020R-3 - SOT553 U-DFN to 3.3 E U-WLB to 3.6 E SOT553 - U-WLB to 20 G SC59 - SIP-3 AH175 Bipolar Latch 1.5/ to 20 L SC59 - SIP-3 AH1751 Bipolar Latch 0.5/ to 20 G SC59(R) - SIP-3 AH266 Bipolar Latch 10 max -10 min to 28 A SIP-4 AH276Q Bipolar Latch 10 max -10 min to 20 A SIP-4 A:-20 to +85 E: -40 to +85 G:-40 to +125 L:-40 to +150

69 MAGNETIC / HALL Diodes Melexis Murata Part Number Type Operating Point Bop (mt) Release Point Brp (mt) Output Current (ma) Supply Voltage (V) Operating Temp. ( o C) AH342 Bipolar Latch 12-Apr to 28 G SIP-4 Package AH373 CMOS Latch 0.5/ to 20 G SC59 - SIP-3 AH375 CMOS Latch 0.5/ to 20 G SC59 - SIP-3 AH3761 CMOS Latch 0.5/ to 28 G SC59 - SIP-3 ATS177 Bipolar Latch <10 > to 20 A SIP-3 AH373 CMOS Latch G SC59 - SIP-3 AH375 CMOS Latch G SC59 - SIP-3 USxxxx MLX90248 MLX wire General Purpose Sensor Omnipolar upower Switch 3-wire upower Latch 3 to to to 24 E, L TO-92, SOT-23 +/-6 +/ to 3.5 E, L SOT-23, QFN to 3.6 E QFN MLX wire Latch 0.5 to to to 24 L TO-92, SOT-23 MLX wire Latch to 5.5 L SOT-23 MLX wire Switch 0.5 to to to 24 L TO-92, SOT-23 MLX wire Switch 2 to 30 2 to to 24 L TO-92, SOT-23 MLX wire Latch 0.5 to to to 24 L TO-92, SOT-23 MLX92232 MLX92242 MLX wire Programmable Sensor 2-wire Programmable Sensor Dual Latch Speed and Direction MRMS201A Magnetic Switch Max 2.5mT Min 0.5mT MRMS211H Magnetic Switch Max 1.4mT Min 0.8mT MRMS205A Magnetic Switch Max 2.5mT Min 0.5mT MRMS211M Magnetic Switch Max 1.8mT Min 1.2mT MRMS211L Magnetic Switch Max 2.2mT Min 1.6mT MRMS215H Magnetic Switch Max 1.4mT Min 0.8mT MRMS215M Magnetic Switch Max 1.8mT Min 1.2mT MRMS215L Magnetic Switch Max 2.2mT Min 1.6mT MRMS301A Magnetic Switch Max 2.5mT Min 0.5mT MRMS501A Magnetic Switch Max 2.5mT Min 0.5mT MRMS511H Magnetic Switch Max 1.4mT Min 0.8mT MRMS511M Magnetic Switch Max 1.8mT Min 1.2mT MRMS511L Magnetic Switch Max 2.2mT Min 1.6mT MRMS601A Magnetic Switch Max 2.5mT Min 0.5mT 0 to to to 24 L TO-92, SOT-23 0 to to to 24 L TO-92, SOT to to L TSOT-5 5uA(Typ. Vcc3.0V) 5uA(Typ. Vcc3.0V) 8uA(Typ. Vcc5.0V) 5uA(Typ. Vcc3.0V) 5uA(Typ. Vcc3.0V) 8uA(Typ. Vcc5.0V) 8uA(Typ. Vcc5.0V) 8uA(Typ. Vcc5.0V) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 1.6 to 3.5V E 3Pin MM 1.6 to 3.5V E 3Pin MM 3 to 5.5V E 3Pin MM 1.6 to 3.5V E 3Pin MM 1.6 to 3.5V E 3Pin MM 3 to 5.5V E 3Pin MM 3 to 5.5V E 3Pin MM 3 to 5.5V E 3Pin MM 1.6 to 3.5V E 3Pin FLP 1.6 to 3.5V E Mini 3Pin FLP 1.6 to 3.5V E Mini 3Pin FLP 1.6 to 3.5V E Mini 3Pin FLP 1.6 to 3.5V E Mini 3Pin FLP 1.6 to 3.5V E 4Pin LLP A:-20 to +85 E: -40 to +85 G:-40 to +125 L:-40 to +150 MAGNETIC / HALL 67

70 MAGNETIC / HALL Part Number Type Operating Point Bop (mt) Release Point Brp (mt) MRMS611H Magnetic Switch Max 1.4mT Min 0.8mT MRMS611M Magnetic Switch Max 1.8mT Min 1.2mT MRMS611L Magnetic Switch Max 2.2mT Min 1.6mT MRSS29D Magnetic Switch Max 2.5mT Min 0.8mT MRMS541D Magnetic Switch Max 2.5mT Min 1.0mT Output Current (ma) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 3uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 1mA(Typ. Vcc12V) 220uA(Typ. Vcc5.0V) Supply Voltage (V) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package 1.6 to 3.5V E 4Pin LLP 1.6 to 3.5V E 4Pin LLP 1.6 to 3.5V E 4Pin LLP 3.5 to 30V E 3Pin MM 2.4 to 3.8V E Mini 3Pin FLP MRUS72S Magnetic Switch Max 2.5mT Min 0.5mT 1.5mA(Typ. Vcc3.0V) 2.4 to 3.6V E Mini 4Pin FLP Murata MRUS73C Magnetic Switch OUT1] Max 2.8mT [OUT2] Max 3.0mT [OUT1] Min 1.4mT [OUT2] Min 1.6mT MRUS74S Magnetic Switch uA(Typ. Vcc3.3V) 1.5mA(Typ. VIH3.0V) 2.4 to 3.8V -40 to 105 Mini 4Pin FLP 2 to 3.6V E MRMS571A Magnetic Switch Max 1.8mT Min 0.8mT 8uA(Typ. Vcc5.0V 2.4 to 5.5V E Mini 3Pin FLP MAGNETIC / HALL 68 ROHM MRSS29DR Magnetic Switch Max 3.2mT(When 2mT is applied to directioon B [X-axis]) Max 1.2mT(When 2mT is applied to directioon B [X-axis]) MRUS72X Magnetic Switch Max 1.5mT - MRUS74X Magnetic Switch Max 1.5mT - MRUS52F Magnetic Switch Max 2.2mT Min 0.5mT BU52011HFV BU52015GUL BU52053NVX BU52014HFV BU52061NVX BD7411G BU52001GUL BU52021HFV BU52025G BU52004GUL BU52055GWZ BU52056NVX BU52054GWZ Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch Omnipolar Switch 1mA(Typ. Vcc12V) 1.5mA(Typ. Vcc3.0V) 1.5mA(Typ. VIH3.0V) 40uA(Typ. Vcc1.8V) 3.5 to 30V E 3Pin MM 2.4 to 3.6V E Mini 4Pin FLP 2 to 3.6V -40 to to 3.6V E - ±3.0 ± to 3.3 E HVSOF5 ±3.0 ± to 3.3 E VCSP50L1 ±3.0 ± to 3.6 E SSON004X1216 ±3.0 ± to 3.3 E HVSOF5 ±3.3 ± to 3.6 E SSON004X1216 ±3.4 ± to 5.5 E SSOP5 ±3.7 ± to 3.3 E VCSP50L1 ±3.7 ± to 3.6 E HVSOF5 ±3.7 ± to 3.6 E SSOP5 ±3.7 ± to 3.3 E VCSP50L1 ±4.1 ± to 3.6 E UCSP35L1 ±4.6 ± to 3.6 E SSON004X1216 ±6.3 ± to 3.6 E UCSP35L1 A:-20 to +85 E: -40 to +85 G:-40 to +125 L:-40 to +150

71 MAGNETIC / HALL ROHM Part Number Type Operating Point Bop (mt) Release Point Brp (mt) Output Current (ma) Supply Voltage (V) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package BU52012NVX Unipolar Switch to 3.6 E SSON004X1216 BU52012HFV Unipolar Switch to 3.3 E HVSOF5 BU52002GUL Unipolar Switch to 3.3 E VCSP50L1 BU52013HFV Unipolar Switch to 3.3 E HVSOF5 BU52003GUL Unipolar Switch to 3.3 E VCSP50L1 BU52040HFV Bipolar Latch ± to 3.3 E HVSOF5 A:-20 to +85 E: -40 to +85 G:-40 to +125 L:-40 to +150 Linear Hall ICs Melexis programmable linear Hall sensors are ideal for position and fuel level sensing applications. The analog output is proportional to the applied flux density and the transfer characteristic can be programmed to any specific requirement. Part Number Output Voltage Range (V) Sensitivity (mv/mt) Magnetic Field Range (mt) Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package MLX to 5 25, 31.25, 50, to to to 8 L TO-92,TSOT-23 MLX to to to to to 6.5 E, L VA MLX to 5 10 to to to to 6.5 E, L VA MLX to 5 18 to to to to 6.5 E, L VA Melexis MLX to 5 50 to to to to 6.5 E, L VA MLX to 5 n/a 6 to to to 10 L SOIC-8 MLX90291 PWM n/a ±15 to ± to to 10 L SOIC-8 MLX to to to to to 6.5 E VC MLX to 5 10 to to to to 6.5 E VC MLX to 5 18 to to to to 6.5 E VC MLX to 5 50 to to to to 6.5 E VC E: -40 to +85 G:-40 to +125 L:-40 to +150 Magnetic Pattern Recognition Sensors The magnetic pattern recognition sensor consists of a pair of magnetoresistive (MR) elements and a magnet. When a material printed with magnetic ink is scanned over the sensor, the magnetic flux applied to MRs changes causing change of output voltages. MAGNETIC / HALL Murata Part Number Detection Width (mm) Resolution (mm) Supply Voltage (V) Total Resistance Max. (ohm) Output Voltage Min. Output Voltage Max. Operating Temperature ( o C) BS05M1KFFA 10mm 0.75mm 5V 3k 100mV p-p - 0 to 50 BS05N1HFAA 3mm 0.75mm 5V 4k 400mV rms to 60 BS05N1NFAA 6mm 0.87mm 5V 6k 330mV rms to 60 BS05M1KFCB 10mm x 6ch 0.75mm 5V 10k 50mV ems - 0 to 50 BS05M1KFJA 10.3mm x18ch 0.75mm 5V 3k 100mV p-p - 0 to 50 BS05M1KFKA 10.3mm 0.75mm 5V 10k 50mV rms - 0 to 50 BS05P1PGAB 1.5mm x1ch 0.75mm k 220mV rms 320mV rms -20 to 60 BS05T1HGLC 3mm x1ch 0.75mm 5 3k 220mV rms 400mV rms -20 to 60 69

72 MAGNETIC / HALL Magnetometer A magnetometer is a device that can measure magnetic field strength or direction. Combined with other sensing devices and micro processors, electronic compasses, remote control or location-based service can be achieved. Part Number Sensing Range (gauss) Sensing Axis Sensitivity (LSB / gauss) Output Interface Output Noise (mgauss RMS) Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (Max) Operating Temp. ( o C) STMicro LIS3MDL ±4, ±8, ± 12, ± 16 X, Y, Z 6842, ,1711 I²C μA -40 to 85 Current Sensor The contact-less current sensor consists of a CMOS Hall effect sensor with a thin ferromagnetic layer structured on its surface. The integrated ferromagnetic (IMC) layer is used as a magnetic flux concentrator providing a high magnetic gain which significantly increases the signal to noise ratio of the sensor. The sensor is particularly appropriate for DC and/or AC current measurements up to 90kHz with ohmic isolation, very low insertion loss, fast response time, small package size and low assembly cost requirements. Part Number Output Types Bandwidth (khz) Magnetic Field Range (mt) Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package MLX91205 Voltage DC khz ±10 / ± to to 125 SOIC-8 Melexis MAGNETIC / HALL MLX91206 Voltage / PWM DC - 90 khz ±10 / ± to to 125 SOIC-8 MLX91207 Voltage DC - 60 khz ±15 to ± to to 125 SOIC-8 MLX91208 Voltage DC- 200kHz ±10 / ± to to 150 SOIC-8 MLX91209 Voltage DC- 200kHz ±15 to ± to to 150 VA (SIP-4) 70

73 MAGNETIC / HALL Sensing direct or alternating current using innovative high-sensitivity magnetic sensors CROCUS TECHNOLOGY This Design Note from Crocus Technology explains how highsensitivity magnetic sensors can be used to overcome the limitations of traditional coil sensors for measuring currents in power-electronic applications. A common technique for measuring the current flowing in a conductor is based on Faraday s Law of induction and involves placing a coil around the conductor; in this case the current flowing in a conductor produces an output equivalent to the rate of change of current. Integrating this output produces a voltage proportional to the current, which can then be monitored using an instrument such as an oscilloscope. This approach has an advantage of being non-invasive and not requiring direct electrical connection, and hence can be put in place or removed quickly and easily. Since the coil is isolated from the current in the conductor being measured, the method is also safe for high currents ranging from a few Amps to over a hundred Amps. One drawback, however, is that the coil can only generate a response when an alternating current is present. Engineers can now overcome this limitation and measure either direct or alternating currents by using a new type of magnetic sensor that incorporates an innovative technology called Magnetic Logic Unit (MLU) developed by Crocus. When MLU is used for magnetic-field sensing it typically involves a matrix of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions (MTJ). The magnetic tunnel junction As the fundamental element of this new generation of magnetic sensors, the MTJ cell is constructed with two magnetic layers separated by a thin oxide which serves as a tunnel oxide. One of the two magnetic layers has a fixed magnetic orientation and it is called a reference layer. The other magnetic layer is called the sensing layer. Figure 1 shows the basic MTJ stack. The sensing layer is able Fig. 1: The magnetic tunnel junction comprises two magnetic layers separated by an oxide tunnel layer to change its orientation, relative to the reference layer, by up to 180 in the presence of a magnetic field, as illustrated in Figure 2. This effectively modulates the resistance of the MTJ cell. The change of resistance can be directly correlated to the intensity and angle of the magnetic field. Crocus Technology has introduced multiple innovations around this basic principle in developing its magnetic-field sensor product line. A magnetic-field sensor is composed of multiple MTJ cells, as shown in Figure 3. This structure delivers superior performance compared to conventional magnetic sensors for applications such as rotation and speed sensing, position sensing, linear and angular sensing, and current sensing. Compared to Hall devices, which have low sensitivity in general, the MLU sensor has several orders of magnitude higher sensitivity. Other advantages include low power, robust design, high stability and highly reliable performance over a wide range of operating temperatures up to 250 C. As such, this type of sensor is ideal for applications that are deployed in harsh environments, such as oil-drilling equipment or solar inverters. Fig. 2: The MTJ-cell resistance changes from minimum to maximum as the sensinglayer orientation moves from 0 to 180 relative to the reference layer Fig. 3: Magnetic Logic Unit (MLU) comprising a matrix of MTJ cells Current sensing with MLU-based sensors The Crocus CTSX family of magnetic sensors based on the patented MLU technology is optimised for current-sensing applications. Analysis of the sensor s performance in current measurement shows that the sensor has a linear response to current change, as shown in Figure 4. It is important to note that the dynamic range for current sensing based on CTSX sensors spans from a few milliamps to several hundred amps depending on the specific set-up. Fig. 4: Linear current response of Crocus CTSX high-sensitivity magnetic sensors Figures 5a and 5b show single and differential sensor-circuit configurations Fig. 5a: Single sensor circuit Table 1 shows the main parameters of CTSX high-sensitivity magnetic sensors Part Number CTSX100 CTSX200 CTSX300 Output Resistance, R O R O < 1kΩ 1kΩ < R O < 25kΩ R O > 25kΩ Input Resistance, R IN 70Ω 70Ω 70Ω Voltage Supply 1.2V 1.2V to 15V 1.2V to 15V Input Bias 10mA 10mA 10mA Sensitivity 50T -1 50T -1 50T -1 Linearity Range (+/-) 1mT (+/-) 1mT (+/-) 1mT Architecture R, H, W R, H, W R, H, W Package QFN16 QFN16 QFN16 Table 1: The Crocus magnetic-sensor family Fig. 5b: Differential sensor circuit For more information : MAGNETIC / HALL 71

74 MAGNETIC / HALL High Speed Current Sensing Using Hall Effect Programmable Hall sensors with very fast response time and small offset drift solve demanding current sensing applications. MAGNETIC / HALL 72 IMC-Hall Current Sensors: MLX91206 / MLX91208 The MLX91206 and MLX91208 are fully customer programmable monolithic sensor ICs featuring Melexis Triaxis Hall technology. The IMC-Hall sensor enables the user to construct small, economical and robust current sensor solutions with very fast response times. The sensor directly monitors the current flowing in an external conductor such as a bus bar or PCB trace. The automotive qualified contact-less current sensor consists of a CMOS Hall effect sensor with a thin ferromagnetic layer structured on its surface. The integrated ferromagnetic (IMC) layer is used as a magnetic flux concentrator providing a high magnetic gain which significantly increases the signal to noise ratio of the sensor. The sensor is particularly appropriate for DC and/or AC current measurements with ohmic isolation, fast response time, small package size and low assembly cost requirements. There is no upper limit to the level of current that can be measured because the output level is dependent on the conductor size and distance from the sensor. Features & Benefits Core less current sensor solution -> Planar design, smaller size and lower cost Fast response time: MLX91208 < 3µs vs. MLX91206 < 10µs Very small offset drift: MLX91208 < 0.1%VDD vs. MLX91206 < 0.2%VDD Magnetic concentrator (IMC) provides higher Signal to Noise Ratio Selectable Analog/PWM output and additional thermometer output -> MLX91206 only SOIC8 package RoHS compliant, simple assembly Conventional Hall Current Sensors: MLX91207 / MLX91209 The MLX91207 and MLX91209 are fully programmable monolithic Hall sensor ICs featuring conventional Hall technology, which is sensitive to the flux density applied orthogonally to the IC surface. The Hall current sensor provides an analog output signal proportional to the applied magnetic flux density and is used in combination with a ring shaped soft ferromagnetic core. The sensors are automotive qualified and particularly appropriate for accurate DC and/or AC current measurements up to 200kHz. Features & Benefits Customer programmable linear transfer characteristic MLX91209 features faster response time <3µs and smallest offset drift <10mV MLX91207 in SOIC-8 and MLX91209 in SIP (VA) package RoHS compliant Applications MLX Hall Current Sensors are designed and qualified for automotive applications, renewable power conversion (solar and wind power), power supplies, motor control, and overload protection. The MLX91206 and MLX91207 feature over voltage and reverse voltage protection including broken track diagnostics and can therefore be used as a standalone current sensor being directly connected to a cable. The MLX91208 and MLX91209 feature increased bandwidth DC-200kHz and improved offset and lifetime stability. Typical applications are particularly found in Battery Current Monitoring, in Solar Power Converters, Power Distribution Units (PDU), UPS and Automotive Inverters driving the traction motor in Hybrid Vehicles HEV/EV.

75 MAGNETIC / HALL Melexis Standard and User Programmable Hall Effect Switches and Latches Product Overview Melexis offers a family of standard off-the-shelf Hall effect switches and latches as well as field programmable by the user Hall effect switches and latches. The available product portfolio allows maximum flexibility and functionality. All Melexis Hall effect latches and switches are automotive grade and qualified according to AEC Q-100 standards for use in the most demanding environments. Melexis Hall effect switches and Latches deliver excellent value and can serve even your most cost sensitive applications. Choose from the MLX92232 or MLX92242 family of 3 wire and 2 wire devices with user programmable EEPROM memory and use the MLX-PTC-04 programming tools to configure a broad set of functional characteristics including magnetic thresholds, magnet temperature coefficient and field direction sensitivity (see detailed datasheet ofr complete listing of programmable attributes). The MLX92232 and MLX92242 set a new standard in solving your most challenging new or replacement Hall effect sensor requirements. Melexis new family of standard Hall effect switch and latch products include the MLX92211, MLX92221, MLX92231 and MLX These fill your need for ready to assemble Hall switch or latch in 3 wire or 2 wire configurations. Legacy or new designs will benefit from best in class performance in magnetic, electrical and temperature attributes. A complete line of sensitivities with a range of hysteresis levels match industry standard devices and replace all Melexis existing USX88X products while providing improved performance. Applications Automotive, consumer and industrial Solid state switch Brushless DC motor commutation Speed detection Linear position detection Angular position detection Proximity detection Battery-operated / handheld appliances Features & Benefits MLX92232/MLX92242 Wide magnetic latch range: ±0.4mT to ±80mT Wide magnetic switch range: ±1.5mT to ±66mT Programmable hysteresis: 1mT to 36mT Programmable field: north or south Programmable output polarity: direct or Inverted Configurable negative TC coefficient: 0 to ppm/degc Increased traceability: 32 bit ID on chip Wide operating voltage range : from 2.7V to 24V Reverse supply voltage protection Output current limit with auto-shutoff Under-voltage lockout protection Thermal protection MLX92211/MLX92221/MLX92231/MLX92241 Wide operating voltage range: from 2.7V to 24V Very high magnetic sensitivity: +/-3mT typical Chopper-stabilized amplifier stage Built-in/factory programmable negative temperature coefficient: -1100ppm/degC Reverse Supply Voltage Protection Output Current Limit with Auto-Shutoff Under-Voltage Lockout Protection Thermal Protection High ESD rating / Excellent EMC performance Thin SOT23 3L Green Compliant package MAGNETIC / HALL 73

76 MAGNETIC / HALL Programmable Linear Hall Sensors for Wide Range of Applications MAGNETIC / HALL Product Overview The Melexis linear Hall sensors are proposed in SIP ( singlein-line-package ) and SMD ( surface mount devices ) for the maximal flexibility and manufacturability of sensor assemblies and modules. The family of linear Hall sensors enables countless applications.the new Melexis programmable linear Hall ICs are surface mount devices (SMD) supporting the trend for improved manufacturability of sensor assemblies and modules. Features & Benefits Programmable Hall effect sensor Programmable Gain, Offset, Magnet Thermal Coefficient Wide measurement range SIP and SMD package RoHS compliant Lead free component, suitable for lead free soldering profile 260 C Applications Linear position sensing Linear stroke sensing Rotary position sensing Current sensing 74 Melexis Linear Hall Effect Sensors MLX Factory-Programmable Linear Hall IC - Analog Output - SIP & SMD MLX Programmable Linear Hall IC - Analog Output - SIP 1.2 mm MLX Programmable Linear Hall IC - Analog Output - SMD MLX Programmable Linear Hall IC - PWM Output - SMD MLX Programmable Linear Hall IC - Analog Output - SIP 1.0 mm

77 MAGNETIC / HALL Hall Effect Sensors for Space-Constrained Applications Detect position and open/close states in portable applications Product Overview ROHM s Hall ICs use a single monolithic silicon chip with built-in circuitry to provide additional functions and ease of interfacing. ROHM Hall ICs include timing logic, dynamic offset cancellation, amplification, sample and hold, comparator, oscillator, latch and the push-pull output. Instead of an always-on analog output, ROHM pioneered the use of CMOS logic outputs to provide low power consumption. The ROHM Hall IC Switch family includes: Unipolar switches are specified to switch on in the presence of either an S-pole or N-pole magnetic field of sufficient strength. The output will switch off if the magnetic field is removed. Omnipolar switches, similar to Unipolar types but containing two Hall plates, that switch on either north or south field of sufficient strength. The output will switch off when the field is removed. Polarity Discriminating switches, similar to Omnipolar devices but with separate outputs, that are switched based upon detection of a N-pole or S-pole. The output(s) will switch off when the field is removed. Bipolar switches that switch on with a south magnetic field of sufficient strength and switch off with a north magnetic field of sufficient strength. The output will not change if the magnetic field is removed. ROHM Polarity-Discriminating Omnipolar Hall IC Switches have dual outputs ROHM Bipolar Hall IC changes state only when magnetic polarity is reversed MAGNETIC / HALL Features & Benefits Small surface mount (2.8mm x 2.9mm) and ultra tiny chipscale BGA (0.8mm x 0.8mm) packages reduce required board area Low <10uA supply current reduces energy consumption Integrated CMOS output eliminates the need for external pull-up resistors Built-in dynamic offset cancellation allows for less precise positioning of the permanent magnet 75 Applications Handheld Industrial Equipment Utility Metering Portable Device Open/Close State Detection Sliding Cover Lock/Unlock Sensing

78 MAGNETIC / HALL MAGNETIC / HALL LIS3MDL e-compass Ultra Low-Power, High Performance 3-Axis Magnetometer Detect position and open/close states in portable applications Product Overview The LIS3MDL is an ultra-low-power high performance threeaxis magnetic sensor. The part has user selectable fullscales of ±4/ ±8/ ±12/ ±16 gauss. The self-test capability allows the user to check the functioning of the sensor in the final application. The device may be configured to generate interrupt signals for magnetic field detection. The LIS3MDL includes an I 2 C serial bus interface that supports standard and fast mode 100 khz and 400 khz and SPI serial standard interface. The LIS3MDL is available in a small thin plastic land grid array package (LGA) and is guaranteed to operate over an extended temperature range of -40 C to +85 C. Features & Benefits Wide supply voltage, 1.9V to 3.6V Independent IO supply (1.8V) ±4/ ±8/ ±12/ ±16 Gauss selectable magnetic full-scale Continuous and single conversion mode 16-bit data output Interrupt generator Self-test I 2 C/SPI digital output interface Power-down mode/ low-power mode ECOPACK RoHS and Green compliant Applications Magnetometer Compass 76

79 SensorSynergy LIGHT & OPTICAL Expanding applicability through novel sensors Hall Sensor ICs 4-Way Sensors Proximity Sensor ICs Transmission-Type Photointerrupters Ambient Light Sensors Electric Field Sensors CIGS Image Sensors UV Sensors Optical Gas Sensors LIGHT & OPTICAL Wearable Pulse Sensors Sensor Products Temperature Sensor ICs Touchscreen Sensor Controller ICs ROHM Semiconductor provides a wide range of innovative sensor solutions optimized for virtually any application, from compact, wearable sensors, to distributed, next-generation sensor networks that span the globe. Pyroelectric Sensors 77 For information on products & technology:

80 MAGNETIC / HALL MAGNETIC / HALL What is a motion sensor? A motion sensor detects the movement of objects within its field of view. Passive infrared types are the most common technology used for motion sensors. These sensors detect localized variances in temperature between objects and the fixed background to determine if any object is moving. They often employ special zoned or curtain lenses to amplify these variances and increase sensitivity. Beyond bare sensor devices, today a range of fully integrated motion sensors is available. Application Cases Motion detectors Lighting control Occupancy sensors Real Life Examples Burglar alarm systems Illumination control for public areas Building automation Important selection parameters Output Type (Analog vs. Digital) This indicates the nature of the output signal interface, which can be one of several forms of analog or digital interfaces, or even a combination of several. Detection Type This indicates the nature or pattern of detection, including standard, spot, and others. Typical applications The most popular applications for motion sensors are the PIR motion detectors used in alarm systems, as well as occupancy sensors, often built into light switches or fixtures, which turn on when movement is detected in the vicinity. 78

81 MOTION Pyroelectric Infrared Motion Sensors Based on Murata s ceramic technology, the IRS series pyroelectric infrared motion sensor exhibits high sensitivity and reliable performance, and it s ideal for security, appliance and lighting applications. Murata Part Number Output Type Sensitivity Wave Length Optical Filter Supply Voltage (Volt) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package (mm) IRS-B210ST01-R1 Analog 3.6mVp-p 3μm to 14μm 3micro meter Long Pass 2V to 15V -40 to x4.7x2.4 IRS-B340ST02-R1 Analog 3.6mVp-p 3μm to 14μm 3micro meter Long Pass 2V to 15V -40 to x4.7x2.4 IRS-B345ST03-R1 Analog 3.6mVp-p 3μm to 14μm 3micro meter Long Pass 2V to 15V -40 to x4.7x2.4 Phototransistors The RPI-1031 is a phototransistor for 4-directional detection and it s ideal for cell phone, digital photo frames and other thin applications requiring orientation detection. The RPM/RPT series phototransistors provide various configurations for motion detection. ROHM Part Number Peak Sensitivity Wavelength (λp typ.)(nm) Dark Current (µa) Collector Current (ma) Response Time (Typ. µs) Viewing Angle 1/2 (deg) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package RPT-34PB3F ± Through Hole, Radial RPT-37PB3F ± Through Hole, Radial RPT-38PB3F ± Through Hole, Radial RPM-20PB ± RPM-22PB ± Through Hole, Side View Through Hole, Side View SML-810TB Surface Mount Passive Infrared Motion Sensors Panasonic offers extensive passive infrared motion sensor solutions. The EKMB and the EKMC series of PIR sensors are fully integrated designs with quad element, amplifier, comparator, power stabilizer, optical filter, and lens. The NaPiOn (AMN series) family offers digital or analog output with build-in amplifier. With multiple detection types and black or white lens, the Panasonic motion sensors offer flexible solutions for occupancy or presence detection. Panasonic Part Number Output Type Detection Range Output Current (μa) Supply Voltage (Volt) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package EKMB Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, White Lens EKMB Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Black Lens EKMB Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Pearl White Lens EKMB Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, White Lens EKMB Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Black Lens EKMB Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Pearl White Lens EKMB K Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, White Lens EKMB K Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Black Lens EKMB K Digital Standard, 5m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Pearl White Lens EKMB Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, White Lens EKMB Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Black Lens EKMB Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Pearl White Lens EKMB Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, White Lens EKMB Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Black Lens EKMB Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Pearl White Lens EKMB K Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, White Lens EKMB K Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Black Lens EKMB K Digital Long, 12m Max to 4-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Pearl White Lens EKMC Digital Standard, 5m Max to 6-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, White Lens MOTION 79

82 MOTION MOTION 80 Panasonic Part Number Output Type Detection Range Output Current (μa) Supply Voltage (Volt) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package EKMC Digital Standard, 5m Max to 6-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Black Lens EKMC Digital Standard, 5m Max to 6-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Pearl White Lens EKMC Digital Long, 12m Max to 6-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, White Lens EKMC Digital Long, 12m Max to 6-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Black Lens EKMC Digital Long, 12m Max to 6-20 to 60 TO-5 Mounting, Pearl White Lens AMN11111 Digital Standard 5m to 6-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN11112 Digital Standard 5m to 6-20 to 60 White Lens AMN12111 Digital Slight Motion 2m to 6-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN12112 Digital Slight Motion 2m to 6-20 to 60 White Lens AMN13111 Digital Spot 5m to 6-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN13112 Digital Spot 5m to 6-20 to 60 White Lens AMN14111 Digital 10m to 6-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN14112 Digital 10m to 6-20 to 60 White Lens AMN21111 Analog Standard 5m to to 60 Black Lens AMN21112 Analog Standard 5m to to 60 White Lens AMN22111 Analog Slight Motion 2m to to 60 Black Lens AMN22112 Analog Slight Motion 2m to to 60 White Lens AMN23111 Analog Spot 5m to to 60 Black Lens AMN23112 Analog Spot 5m to to 60 White Lens AMN24111 Analog 10m to to 60 Black Lens AMN24112 Analog 10m to to 60 White Lens AMN31111 Digital Standard 5m to 6-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN31112 Digital Standard 5m to 6-20 to 60 White Lens AMN32111 Digital Slight Motion 2m to 6-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN32112 Digital Slight Motion 2m to 6-20 to 60 White Lens AMN33111 Digital Spot 5m to 6-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN33112 Digital Spot 5m to 6-20 to 60 White Lens AMN34111 Digital 10m to 6-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN34112 Digital 10m to 6-20 to 60 White Lens AMN41121 Digital Standard 5m to 3-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN41122 Digital Standard 5m to 3-20 to 60 White Lens AMN42121 Digital Slight Motion 2m to 3-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN42122 Digital Slight Motion 2m to 3-20 to 60 White Lens AMN43121 Digital Spot 5m to 3-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN43122 Digital Spot 5m to 3-20 to 60 White Lens AMN44121 Digital 10m to 3-20 to 60 Black Lens AMN44122 Digital 10m to 3-20 to 60 White Lens Motion Dection Modules Zilog s ZMOTION Detection Modile II is a complete motion detecting solution ideally suited for applications that need to detect human presence. It is an excellent solution for detection people as they approach entrances, kiosks, product displays, vending machines, applicances and advertising displays. Zilog Part Number Output Type Detection Range Output Current (ma) Supply Voltage (Volt) Operating Temp. ( o C) Package ZEPIR0BA Digital 7m to mm x 16.7 mm (1 Circular 9.0 mm Lens) ZEPIR0BB Digital 7m to mm x 16.7 mm (1 Circular 9.0 mm Lens)

83 MOTION 5m black lens 5m white lens Fully Integrated Passive Infrared Motion Sensor PaPIRs sensor lineup 12m black lens Panasonic s proprietary embedded circuit design eliminates external sensing circuits. Low current consumption for battery driven and wireless based devices. Product Overview PaPIRs is the newest passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor offering a fully integrated design with lowest current consumption. Fully integrated features in the PaPIRs include a) built-in amplifier, b) comparator for digital output, c) power stabilizer, d) quad PIR element, and e) optical filter (see Figure 1). PIR sensors generate no outward signal into the area and detect a combination of temperature difference and motion. Features & Benefits Fully integrated design Compact size and easy integration TO-5 metal package Noise resistance and ambient conditions stability Built-in amplifier Electromagnetic shielding High signal-to-noise ratio Less susceptibility to false triggers Digital / Analog output Design simplification or adjustment to sensor sensitivity 5m / 12m detection range Standard and long range distance detection Smooth surface, low curvature lens with 3 color options: white, black, and pearl white Product design appearance considerations Fig.1 PaPIRs integrated components Fig.2 PaPIRs quad element projection zones MOTION 81 A quad sensing element differentiates PaPIRs sensors and provides more sensitive detection zones (see Figure 2). A quad element design contributes to accurate detection and lead-free design using lithium tantalite. Detection is also improved in warm environments when the temperature difference between an object and ambient conditions is reduced.

84 MOTION Fig.3 PIR Sensor Product Offering Amplifier and comparator circuit included Metal package prevents interference Components mounting NOT required Saves time, space and cost during manufacturing Low current consumption extends battery life MOTION Fig.4 Optimal zone projection for aisle detection Applications Passive sensor components are ideal for battery powered and low power consumption applications. PaPIRs sensors provide a fully integrated solution for energy conservation, environmental concerns, and safety and convenience. Ideal for lighting and HVAC control, security equipment, wireless devices, video intercoms, and home appliances (see Figure 5 for wiring diagram). Fig.5 Wiring diagram for digital output models 82 The PaPIRs sensor lineup is available in EKMB and EKMC series (see Figure 3). EKMB is designed specifically for low power applications. 1μA current consumption provides extended life for battery powered devices. Additional options are 2μA and 6μA. EKMC is a standard 170μA current consumption model. Optimal zone projection is featured in the 12m version for aisle detection applications, e.g. warehouse lighting (see Figure 4).

85 POSITION / SPEED What is a position/speed sensor? Position/speed sensors are a collection of various sensors types using various technologies to achieve linear or rotational position detection, or speed measurement. The most common technologies used are magnetic (i.e. Hall effect or magnetoresistive), optical sensor and resistive contact sensing. Application Cases Position Speed Real Life Examples Needle position in industrial knitting machines Rotary switches (human machine interface) AC/DC motor position control Robotics Controllers for injection speed of molding machine Gear rotation speed and direction in Factory Automation equipment Motor controllers for vehicles Important selection parameters Linear vs. Rotary Different technologies are used in linear or rotary position/ speed measurement. For linear measurement, Hall effect, optical switches and passive devices such as linear potentiometers are commonly used. For rotary measurement, magnetic or optical rotary encoders are more often encountered. Magnetic vs. Optical Both magnetic and optical sensors are useful for noncontact position & speed measurement. Magnetic sensors are immune to contamination and are ideal in harsh or dirty environments or submerged in fluids like motor oil. Optical sensors, generally transmissive or reflective types, are more suitable for clean environments free of dust and contamination. For contact-type position/speed sensing, passive devices such as potentiometers are often used, as are rotary or linear encoders of this type. Typical applications Position, and indirectly, speed sensors, have a wide range of industrial uses such as manufacturing processes, valve and flow controls, and robotics and CNC machines; automotive uses include engine monitoring & control, braking and enhanced stability systems; commercial ones include copiers, printers and scanners, elevators, and many kinds of user input devices or man-machine interface; aerospace and other applications abound. POSITION / SPEED 83

86 POSITION / SPEED Special Hall ICs The MLX90316 family is a CMOS Hall sensor that detects the angular position of a magnetic field parallel to the IC surface. It is designed for contactless rotary position sensors that are frequently required in both automotive and industrial applications. Melexis Part Number Output Channel Output Type Magnetic Field Range (mt) MLX axis any 20 to 70 Output Current (ma) Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package MLX90316-SPI 2-axis SPI 20 to to max -40 to 125 SOIC8 / TSSOP-16 MLX90316-PPA 2-axis Analog 20 to 70 Analog 8 max, PWM 4.5 to max -40 to 125 SOIC8 / TSSOP-16 MLX90616-PPD 2-axis PWM 20 to max 4.5 to max -40 to 125 SOIC8 / TSSOP-16 MLX90333 Triaxis any 20 to to to max -40 to 125 SOIC8 / TSSOP-16 Slow mode: 11 max -40 to 125 SOIC8 / TSSOP-16 MLX90360 Triaxis Analog / PWM 20 to max 4.5 to max -40 to 150 SOIC8 / TSSOP-16 MLX90363 Triaxis SPI 20 to 70 NA 3.3 / max -40 to 150 SOIC8 / TSSOP-16 Differential Hall ICs The MLX90254 is a Differential Dynamic Hall Effect Sensor which has been developed for automotive crankshaft and ABS (anti-lock brake system) applications. The IC, combined with a magnet placed at his back, offers speed and position sensing of ferromagnetic tooth-wheels in dynamic operation (non zero speed). Melexis Part Number Pre-induction (mt) Differential Induction (mt) Output Type Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package MLX to to 100 Voltage 4 to 24 5 to to 150 VA (SIP4) POSITION / SPEED 84 Optical Switches The optical switches are compact transmissive sensors, which include infrared emitters and phototransistor detectors that are configured in a side by side or slot package, for motion, speed and direction detection. TT electronics / Optek Technology Vishay Part Number OPB350 Series Slot Width (mm) 1.57, 3.18, 4.75, 6.35 Forward Voltage (V) Peak Wavelength (nm) Collector Current (ON State) (ma) Dark Current Max (na) Operating Voltage (V) Operating Temp. ( C) Package 1.7 (Max) to to 85 PCB and Wired OPB (Max) (Min) to to 100 PCB OPB810W51Z (Max) (Min) to to 80 Wired OPB811W55Z (Max) (Min) to to 80 Wired OPB815WZ (Max) to to 80 Wired OPB819Z (Max) to to 85 Wired OPB829CZ (Max) (Min) to to 80 Wired OPB830W55Z (Max) (Min) to to 80 Wired OPB (Max) to to 85 PCB OPB940W51Z (Max) 880 Logic N/A 4.75 to to 70 Wired TCPT1300X V at IF=15mA 950 nm to to 85 SMD, 5.5 x 4 x 4H TCUT1300X V at IF=15mA 950 nm 0.6 x to to 85 SMD, 5.5 x 4 x 4H

87 POSITION / SPEED Industrial Magnetic Rotary Encoders Industrial Magnetic Rotary Encoders are contactless magnetic rotary encoders, which integrate Hall elements, analog front end and digital signal processing in a single device, for accurate angular measurement over a full turn of 360. ams Part Number Output Type* Magnetic Field Range (mt) Output Resolution (deg) RPM (Max) Hysteresis (Degree) Supply Voltage nom. (V) Supply Current max. (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package AS5030 SSI, PWM 20 to 80 1,4 (8bit) 30K to 125 TSSOP16 AS5035 ABI 45 to 75 1,4 (8bit) 30K or to 125 SSOP16 AS5040 AS5043 SSI, PWM, ABI, UVW SSI, Analog 45 to (10bit) 30K or to 125 SSOP16 45 to (10bit) depends on application or to 125 SSOP16 AS5045 SSI, PWM 45 to (12bit) 30K or to 125 SSOP16 AS5045B AS5047D SSI, PWM, ABI ABI, UVM, PWM, SPI 45 to (12bit) 30K to to 125 SSOP16 35 to (14bit) 14.5K to to 125 TSOP14 AS5048A SPI, PWM 30 to (14bit) n/a or to 150 TSSOP14 AS5048B I²C, PWM 30 to (14bit) n/a or to 150 TSSOP14 AS5050 SPI 30 to (10bit) n/a to 85 QFN-16 (4x4x0.85mm) AS5055 SPI 30 to (12bit) n/a to 85 QFN-16 (4x4x0.85mm) * NOTE: SSI: Synchronized Serial Interface ABI: A/B Quadrature UVW: BLDC Commutation Industrial Magnetic Linear Encoders The Industrial Magnetic Linear Encoders are single-chip IC with integrated Hall elements for high speed linear motion and off axis rotation measurement. ams Part Number Output Type* Magnetic Field Range (mt) Linear Resolution Speed (Max) Hysteresis (lsb) Supply Voltage nom. (V) Supply Current max. (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package AS5304 ABI 5 to (um) 20 meter/sec to 125 TSSOP20 AS5306 ABI 5 to (um) 12 meter/sec to 125 TSSOP20 AS5311 SSI, PWM, ABI 10 to 40 0,488 (um) 0.65 meter / sec or to 125 TSSOP-20 AS5510 I²C 10 to bit n/a to 85 WLCSP NSE-5310 I²C, PWM 10 to 40 0,488 (um) 0.65 meter / sec or to 125 TSSOP-20 * NOTE: SSI: Synchronized Serial Interface ABI: A/B Quadrature UVW: BLDC Commutation Magnetic Rotational Speed Sensors The rotational speed sensors detect rotational speed or direction of ferrous gear wheels / geartooth target and reference marks. POSITION / SPEED NXP Sensor Type Typ. Sensing Distance (mm) Tooth Frequency (Hz) Target Output Type Supply Voltage (V) Operating Temp. ( C) Package KMI16/ ,000 Ferrous Target Open collector 5 (typical) -40 to 150 SOT477B KMI17/ ,000 Ferrous Target Current to 150 SOT453E 85

88 POSITION / SPEED Automotive Certified Magnetic Rotary Encoders For accurate angular measurement in automotive applications, the automotive certified magnetic rotary encoders are the ideal choices. POSITION / SPEED ams Part Number Maximum Rotational Angle Output Type* Magnetic Field Range (mt) Output Resolution RPM (Max) Hysteresis (Degree) Supply Voltage nom. (V) Magnetic Angular Position Sensors For accurate angular position mesasurement, the following magnetic sensors are the ideal choice. Supply Current max. (ma) Operating Temp. ( C) Package AS Sine / Cosine 32 to k n/a to 150 SSOP-16 AS SSI, PWM 32 to 75 8 bit 30k to 125 SSOP16 AS SSI, ABI, UVM, PWM 20 to 80 8 bit 72.9k n/a to 150 SSOP20 AS SSI, PWM, ABI, UVW 20 to bit 75k to 140 SSOP20 AS5140H 360 SSI, PWM, ABI, UVW 45 to bit 30k to 150 SSOP16 AS5145A 360 SSI, PWM, ABI 45 to bit 15k to 150 SSOP16 AS5145B 360 SSI, PWM, ABI 45 to bit 15k to 150 SSOP16 AS5145H 360 SSI, PWM, (ABI) 45 to bit 15k to 150 SSOP16 AS SPI, ABI, UVM, PWM 35 to 70 14bit 14.5k n/a to 150 TSSOP14 AS PWM 30 to bit n/a n/a to 150 SOIC8 AS Linear Analog 30 to bit n/a n/a to 150 SOIC8 AS PWM or Analog 30 to bit n/a to 150 TSSOP14 AS x Sine & Cosine 20 to 80 30k n/a 5.0 2x to 150 MLF-32 AS x SSI, 2x PWM 45 to bit 30k x to 150 MLF-32 AS SPI, ABI, UVM, PWM 35 to bit 14.5k n/a to 150 MLF-40 AS PWM 30 to bit n/a n/a to 150 MLF-16 AS Linear 30 to bit n/a n/a Single Die 24 dual Die -40 to 150 MLF-16 AS x PWM or Analog 30 to bit n/a x to 150 MLF-32 AS I²C, Analog, PWM 30 to bit n/a n/a * NOTE: SSI: Synchronized Serial Interface ABI: A/B Quadrature UVW: BLDC Commutation & to 125 SOIC8 86 NXP Vishay Spectrol Sensor Type Supply Voltage Max Angle Range Output Range Output Type Operating Temp. ( C) Package KMZ49 9 V mvpp (5V) sin/cos -40 to 150 SO8 (SOT96-1) KMZ60 2.7V to 5.5V Vpp (5V) sin/cos -40 to 150 SO8 (SOT96-1) KMA V to 5.5V 180 Programmable Angular Analog/SPI -40 to 160 SOT637 KMA V to 5.5V V V (5V) Linear Analog/Digital -40 to 160 SOT1288 KMA V to 5.25V V V (5V) Linear Analog/Digital -40 to 160 SOT KMA V to 5.5V V V (5V) Linear Analog/Digital -40 to 160 SOT KMA V to 5.5V V V (5V) Linear Analog/Digital SOT HE Standard : 5VDC +/- 10% V to 4.5V Analog / PWM -45 to 125 Throttle type design 34THE Standard : 5VDC +/- 10% V to 4.95V Analog / PWM / SPI -40 to 85 Bush and servo mount 151HE Standard : 5VDC +/- 10% V to 4.5V Analog / PWM -45 to 125 Servo mount

89 POSITION / SPEED Rotational Speed Murata s compact package and light weight rotary sensor provides sensing over wide range of rotation speed including a complete halt and is best suited for harsh environments. Typical applications/uses : Rotation speed detection of Factory Automation equipment, Rotation position detection & Proximity Switch. Murata Sensor Type Total Resistance (ohm) Response Frequency (khz) Output Type Supply Voltage Temperature Range ( C) FR05CM21AR 0.7k-1.5k Single 5-10 to 170 Passive The passive positon sensors include multiturn potentiometers, linear transducers and rotary position sensors. Vishay Murata Part Number Standard Resistance (ohms) Resistance Tolerance Temperature Coefficient 357 1K - 20k ± 20% +/- 600 ppm / C Maximum Voltage (V) Depends of total track ohmic value Rotational Life Operating Temp. ( C) Package 5,000, to 125 Bushing mount k ± 5% 20 ppm / C ,000, to L LMF 115L Function of requested stroke: 25mm to 150mm Function of requested stroke: 25mm to 1000mm Function of requested stroke: 25mm to 1000mm ± 20% ± 20% ± 20% Ohm value: Typical +/- 600 ppm/ C Volt ratio: Typically +/- 20 ppm/v/v/ C Ohm value: Typical +/- 600 ppm/ C Volt ratio: Typically +/- 20 ppm/v/v/ C Ohm value: Typical +/- 600 ppm/ C Volt ratio: Typically +/- 20 ppm/v/v/ C Depends of total track ohmic value Depends of total track ohmic value Depends of total track ohmic value 25,000, to ,000, to ,000, to 125 SV03A103AEA01R00 10k ohm ±30% - ±500ppm/ C - 300K cycles -40 to 125 Bush and servo mount design Linear sensor smallest size (diameter : 9,52mm) Open sensor + Wiper Linear sensor with integrated connector POSITION / SPEED 87

90 POSITION / SPEED Dynamic Angle Error Compensation DAEC TM AS5047D is a 14-bit On-Axis Magnetic Rotary Position Sensor with 11-bit Decimal & Binary Incremental Pulse Count. POSITION / SPEED Product Overview The AS5047D is a high-resolution rotary position sensor for fast absolute angle measurement over a full 360-degree range. This new position sensor is equipped with revolutionary integrated dynamic angle error compensation (DAEC ) with almost 0 latency and offers a robust design that suppresses the influence of any homogenous external stray magnetic field. A standard 4-wire SPI serial interface allows a host microcontroller to read 14-bit absolute angle position data from the AS5047D and to program nonvolatile settings without a dedicated programmer. The resolution of the incremental ABI interface is programmable with a maximum resolution of 2000 steps / 500 pulses per revolution in decimal mode and 2048 steps / 512 pules per revolution in binary mode. The Dynamic Angle Error on the AS5047D device is accurate from ±0.08 at 7,000rpm to ±0.17 at 14,500rpm. The AS5047D is available in a compact 14-pin TSSOP package. Features & Benefits DAEC Dynamic angle error compensation 14-bit core resolution Zero position, configuration programmable Independent output interfaces: SPI, ABI, UVW, PWM Immune to external stray field High resolution for motor & position control No programmer needed (via SPI command) Versatile choice of the interface Lower system costs (no shielding) Applications Optical encoder replacement Brushless DC motor commutation Factory and building - automation Robotics PMSM (permanent magnet synchronous motor) Stepper motors closed loop 88

91 POSITION / SPEED Dynamic Angle Error Compensation DAEC TM AS5147 is an automotive qualified 14-bit On-Axis Magnetic Rotary Position Sensor with 11-bit Binary Incremental Pulse Count. Product Overview The AS5147 is a high-resolution rotary position sensor for fast absolute angle measurement over a full 360-degree range. This new position sensor is equipped with a revolutionary integrated dynamic angle error compensation (DAEC ) with almost 0 latency. The robust design of the device suppresses the influence of any homogenous external stray magnetic field. A standard 4-wire SPI serial interface allows a host microcontroller to read 14-bit absolute angle position data from the AS5147 and to program nonvolatile settings without a dedicated programmer. The resolution of the ABI signal is programmable to 2048 steps / 512 pulses per revolution or 1024 steps / 256 pulses per revolution. The AS5147 has also a programmable UVW output and supports embedded self-diagnostics features. The Dynamic Angle Error on the AS5147 device is accurate from ±0.08 at 7,000rpm to ±0.17 at 14,500rpm. The AS5147 is available in a compact 14-pin TSSOP package. Features & Benefits DAEC Dynamic angle error compensation 14-bit core resolution Independent output interfaces: SPI, ABI, UVW, PWM Zero position, configuration programmable Immune to external stray field High resolution for motor & position control Versatile choice of the interface No programmer needed (via SPI command) Supports safety challenging applications Lower system costs (no shielding) Applications Brushless DC motor commutation Electric power steering (EPS) Transmission (gearbox, actuator) Pump Brake (actuator) Starter & alternator POSITION / SPEED 89

92 POSITION / SPEED Smart & Contactless Potentiometer AS5600 is a 12-bit On-Axis Magnetic Rotary Position Sensor with analog or PWM output POSITION / SPEED Product Overview The AS5600 is an easy to program magnetic rotary position sensor with a high-resolution 12-bit analog or PWM output. This contactless system measures the absolute angle of a diametric magnetized on-axis magnet. The AS5600 is designed for contactless potentiometer applications and its robust design eliminates the influence of any homogenous external stray magnetic fields. The industry-standard I²C interface supports simple user programming of non-volatile parameters without requiring a dedicated programmer. The default range of the output is 0 to 360 degrees. However, full resolution of the AS5600 can be applied to smaller range by programming a zero angle (start position) and a maximum angle (stop position). The AS5600 is also equipped with a smart low power mode feature to automatically reduce the power consumption. The device is available in a small form factor, compact 8-pin SOIC package. Features & Benefits Contactless angle measurement Simple user-programmable start and stop positions over the I²C interface Maximum angle programmable from 18 up to 360 Analog output ratiometric to VDD or PWM-encoded digital output Automatic entry into low-power mode Automatic magnet detection Easy start and stop position programming in 3 wire mode without programmer Great flexibility on angular excursion High-resolution output signal Selectable output Applications Contactless potentiometers Contactless knobs Pedals RC servos Angular position measurement solutions - Pump 90

93 POSITION / SPEED The Sky s the Limit Programmable non-contact position sensors simplify limitless linear, rotary and 3D applications Product Overview Triaxis is Melexis trademarked term to describe the innovative magnetic sensor technology which is capable of 3-axis magnetic field measurement from a single sensor. Via the 3-axis (X, Y, Z) technology the sensors are able to measure the position of a magnet very precisely. They can be used to measure rotational, linear and 3D displacement as well as sense current flowing in a wire. The Triaxis sensors measure the properties of a magnetic field using the Hall effect and innovative, patented, flux concentrators, known as Integrated Magnetic Concentrators or IMC. Strengths of Triaxis Triaxis sensors are small, capable of high temperature operation and can include sophisticated bus and interface electronics directly on chip. The magnetic coupling of the signal means no physical contact and no wear items for virtually infinite life. Also it means they are impervious to dirt, dust, moisture, grease and oil, making them ideal for harsh environments in cars, trucks, farm equipment and industrial uses. Melexis patented Triaxis scheme tolerates magnet misalignment, further simplifying the design challenges of our customers. Being fully programmable, our customers have the freedom to use practically any (inexpensive) magnet they prefer and can make many different sensors from one mechanical design simply by software changes. Also due to the fact that the Triaxis sensors are smart sensors, they have self diagnostic features making them ideal in safety critical products like drive by wire and machine controls. Features & Benefits Triaxis magnetometer (BX, BY, BZ) On-chip signal processing for robust position sensing High Speed Serial Interface (SPI compatible full duplex) Enhanced self-diagnostics features Functional Safety ISO ASIL Ready 5V and 3V3 application compatible Immune to dirt and dust Assembly misalignment tolerant Inexpensive magnet capability Single Die SO8 package RoHS compliant Dual Die (Full Redundant) TSSOP16 package RoHS compliant PCB-Less / No-PCB solution w/ integrated caps Applications Automotive Steering angle, pedal position, electronic throttle body, ER valve, automatic shifter knob, turbo actuator, seat position, battery current monitoring, charge level indication, hybrid vehicle battery control systems. Non-Automotive Agricultural vehicles and equipment, joysticks, man-machine interfaces, heavy-duty vehicles, forklifts, robots, wheelchairs, industrial cranes, etc. POSITION / SPEED 91

94 POSITION / SPEED MLX90316 MLX90324 MLX90333 MLX90360 MLX90363 MLX90364 MLX90365 MLX90366 MLX90367 Linear x x x x x x x Functionality Rotary x x x x x x x x x 3D-Joystick x x SOIC-8 x x x x x x x Package TSSOP-16 (dual die) x x x x x x x Dual-Mold ( No-PCB ) x x x Analog Ratiometric x x x x x x Output Mode PWM x x x x x x SENT x x x Output Calibration SPI x x x x Multi-point (arbitrary) x x x x x x x x Multi-segment (piece-wise-linear) x x x x x x ISO ASIL Readiness A A A A B B B B B Triaxis Block Diagram POSITION / SPEED 92

95 POSITION / SPEED NXP Magnetoresistive Sensors KMA2xx Series Improve the ride with fully integrated angular sensor systems. Product Overview These advanced sensors, with their ability to help reduce emissions, increase vehicle stability, and add driverindependent control functions, create a safer, cleaner, more comfortable ride, and help realize the future of green cars. Applications Throttle position Pedal position Active suspension Wiper position Electronic steering Fully integrated single angular sensor KMA210 Features & Benefits Contactless angle measurements up to 180 High temperature range up to 160 C Automotive qualification according to AEC-Q100 Excellent EMC and ESD performance No external components required Overvoltage protection up to 16 V Reflow capable due to MSL1 Insensitive to magnetic drift over lifetime magnetic drift with temperature mechanical tolerances mechanical shifts caused by thermal stress Fully integrated dual-channel angular sensor KMA220 POSITION / SPEED This is the first in a new family of system-in-package solutions that require no external components. It integrates NXP s latest magnetoresistive sensor chip, produced in six-inch technology, plus a unique signal conditioning ASIC, developed in ABCD9 technology. It is specially designed to improve overall performance and increase robustness in automotive applications. The solution also contains two embedded capacitors in the same package. This lowers cost as no PCB or external filter components are required for operation. Like KMA210 this product is a fully integrated sensor as well but containing two sensor channels. It is intended for all applications requiring redundant sensor solutions as throttle applications. The sensor is equipped with two MR sensor dies and two ASICs providing two statistical independent output signals. Furthermore, the block capacitor for the supply line and the two capacitors for both outputs are inside the package as well. KMA220 does not require any external components for stable operation. 93

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97 PRESSURE What is a pressure sensor? A pressure sensor is a device that generates an electrical signal as a function of the pressure measured in a media (i.e. gas or liquid). Various technologies can be used to measure pressure, for example piezoelectric, piezoresistive strain gage, capacitive or electromagnetic, etc. Pressure sensors are commonly divided into five types, according to the relative way in which they measure pressure, which also implies the environment to which one or both sides of the pressure sensor element is exposed to: An absolute pressure sensor measures relative to a perfect vacuum, which is the environment in a sealed chamber on one side of the sensing element. A gauge sensor measures pressure relative to atmospheric (ambient air) pressure, by having one side of the sensor element which allows ambient air to enter, while measuring pressure from a port on the opposite side. Most mechanical pressure gauges work this way, such as you would use to check the pressure in your tires, hence the name gauge. A differential sensor measures the pressure s difference between two fluid ports. For example, measuring the pressure drop across a ventilation duct can be used to monitor airflow through that duct. A sealed sensor is combination of a gauge and absolute pressure sensors; using a sealed chamber like the absolute sensor, which contains a calibrated gas pressure of exactly 1 standard atmosphere (about 100 kpa) instead of vacuum, so it measures like a gauge sensor except its output doesn t change due to local air pressure variances. A vacuum sensor is intended to measure pressure relative to and below atmospheric pressure, which is typically a specialized form of either absolute or sealed pressure sensors. Important selection parameters Sensing Range Measured in kpa or PSI, the sensing range indicates the maximum pressure range the device can measure. Pressure Type As described above, different type of pressure sensors can be selected depending on the application and pressure measurement requirements. Accuracy Accuracy is defined as percentage of full scale output range. Application Cases Atmospheric pressure or Altitude measurement Engine control, pneumatic and hydraulic machines Process monitoring and control Medical Devices HVAC in Commercial Buildings Real Life Examples Barometers, weather balloons, altimeters (aircraft) Automobile engines, fuel and brake systems; aircraft, industrial machinery, construction & mining Compressor controls, coatings, and paint sprayers; tank liquid level monitoring Wrist and arm-cuff blood pressure instrument, Infusion pump, hospital beds, respiratory equipment HVAC&R compressors, air duct flow PRESSURE 95

98 PRESSURE Digital Output Future Electronics, through its world leading suppliers, offers an extensive MEMS-based pressure sensor portfolio containing a wide variety of pressure ranges, diverse packaging and porting options. Amphenol Advanced Sensors PRESSURE 96 Measurement Specialties Sensirion STMicro Part Number Pressure Range Pressure Type * Digital Interface Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) *note: A: Absolute, B: Barometric, D: Differential, G: Gauge; 1kPa = 10 mbar = 10 hpa = psi = inh2o Operating Temperature ( o C) Package NPA kpa A,D,G Serial 5 NA -40 to 125 SOIC-14 NPA kpa A,D,G I²C 5 NA -40 to 125 SOIC-14 MS560702BA to 1200 mbar A I²C / SPI 3 vdc 1 ua - 40 to mm x 3.0mm x 1.0mm 4515DO-DS5AI005DP 5 inh2o D I²C / SPI 3 vdc or 5 vdc 1 ua - 10 to 85.49in x.39in. 4515DO-DS5AI005GP 5 inh2o G I²C / SPI 3 vdc or 5 vdc 1 ua - 10 to 85.49in x.39in. 4525DO-DS5AI001GP 1psi G I²C / SPI 3 vdc or 5 vdc 1 ua - 25 to in x.39in. 4525DO-DS5AI001DP 1psi D I²C / SPI 3 vdc or 5 vdc 1 ua - 25 to in x.39in. 4525DO-DS5AI002DP 2psi D I²C / SPI 3 vdc or 5 vdc 1 ua - 25 to in x.39in. 4525DO-DS5AI002GP 2psi G I²C / SPI 3 vdc or 5 vdc 1 ua - 25 to in x.39in. 4525DO-DS5AI005GP 5psi G I²C / SPI 3 vdc or 5 vdc 1 ua - 25 to in x.39in. 4525DO-TP5AI100GP 100psi G I²C / SPI 3 vdc or 5 vdc 1 ua - 25 to in x.39in. SDP Pa -25 to 25 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP Pa -125 to 125 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP Pa -500 to +500 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP510 0 to +500 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP Pa -25 to 25 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP Pa -125 to 125 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP Pa -500 to +500 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP500 0 to +500 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP to +500 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP to +500 Pa D I²C 3 <.4-20 to 80 SDP to +500 Pa D I²C 3.3 <6-20 to 80 SDP to +500 Pa D I²C 3 <.4-20 to 80 29mm x 18mm tube connction 29mm x 18mm tube connction 29mm x 18mm tube connction 29mm x 18mm tube connction 29mm x 18mm manifold mount 29mm x 18mm manifold mount 29mm x 18mm manifold mount 29mm x 18mm manifold mount 29mm x 18mm manifold mount 29mm x 18mm manifold mount 29mm x 18mm tube connction 29mm x 18mm tube connction LPS25H hpa A I²C / SPI to +105 HCLGA-10L

99 PRESSURE Analog Output Amphenol Advanced Sensors Measurement Specialties Sensirion Part Number Pressure Range Pressure Type * Full Scale Output (V) Accuracy (%FSO) Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temperature ( o C) NPP-301A 100 / 200 / 700 kpa A 0.06 ± NA - 40 to 125 NPA kpa A,D,G 0.04 to ± 0.1 NA to 125 NPA kpa A,D,G 3 ± NA - 40 to 125 NPA kpa A,D,G 4.5 ± NA - 40 to 125 NPC (10inH2O psi) A, D,G 0.05 or 0.1 ± 0.1 or ± 0.5 NA to 125 NPC (5-100 psi) A,D,G 0.05 ± 0.1 NA to 125 NPH kpa A,D,G 0.1 ± 0.1 NA to 125 NPI /200/700/1700 kpa A,,G 0.1 ± 0.1 NA 1-40 to DS5A005DP 5inH2O D 2.97 or % 3.3 or 5 3mA - 10 to DS5A005GP 5inH2O G 2.97 or % 3.3 or 5 3mA - 10 to DS5A001GP 1psi G 2.97 or % 3.3 or 5 3mA - 25 to DS5A001DP 1psi D 2.97 or % 3.3 or 5 3mA - 25 to DS5A002DP 2psi D 2.97 or % 3.3 or 5 3mA - 25 to DS5A002GP 2psi G 2.97 or % 3.3 or 5 3mA - 25 to DS5A005GP 5psi G 2.97 or % 3.3 or 5 3mA - 25 to TP5A100GP 100psi G 2.97 or % 3.3 or 5 3mA - 25 to 105 M KPG 5000psi G % 5 NA - 20 to 85 M PG 250psi G % 5 NA - 20 to 85 M P-05KPG 5000psi G % 5 NA - 20 to 85 M PG 200psi G % 8-30V NA - 20 to 85 M PG psi G % 5 NA - 20 to 85 85BSD015PG-8B1C 15psi G I 2 C 0.25% 3.3 NA - 20 to G-C 5psi G % NA 1.5mA - 40 to G-C 15psi G % NA 1.5mA - 40 to A-C 30psi A % NA 1.5mA - 40 to A-C 100psi A % NA 1.5mA - 40 to G-C 100psi G % NA 1.5mA - 40 to 125 SDP1000-L 500 D to 60 SDP1000-L025 ± 62 Pa D Pa to 60 SDP1000-L Pa D to 60 SDP2000-L 3500 Pa D to 60 SDP1000-R 500 Pa D to 60 PRESSURE *note: A: Absolute, B: Barometric, D: Differential, G: Gauge; 1kPa = 10 mbar = 10 hpa = psi = inh2o 97

100 PRESSURE Amphenol Advanced Sensors NEW Surface Mount Pressure Sensor Fast, accurate, stable NPA MEMS sensor offers new standard for pressure measurement PRESSURE Product Overview GE s NovaSensor NPA product series is provided in a miniature size as a cost effective solution for applications that require calibrated performance. Packaged in a SOIC14 pin surface mount, the NPA Series is available in Gauge, Absolute or Differential pressure ranges with either mv, amplified analog or digital outputs. The sensor is intended for printed circuit board mounting and delivered in tape and reel form to simplify manufacturing handling. Applications Healthcare Positive airway pressure devices Critical care ventilators Anesthesia machines First responder safety equipment Blood pressure measurement Hospital beds Features & Benefits Surface mount 14 pin SOIC package Fast <2ms response time Differential, Gauge, Absolute & Low Pressure 10 H2O to 30 PSI Full Scale Output options: Uncalibrated mv Amplified Analog Digital Serial (14bit) Digital I 2 C On-chip temperature sensor in digital mode 98 Industrial and Transportation Applications HVAC blower P measurement Variable air volume control H 2 O heater gas flow Process control

101 PRESSURE Specifications Series Excitation Voltage Min/Max Notes NPA mA NPA Uncompensated, mv NPA V V to V NPA Compensated, low power amplified analog NPA V 4.75 V to 5.25 V NPA Compensated, amplified analog NPA V * 4.75 V to 5.25 V NPA Compensated, digital serial NPA V * 4.75 V to 5.25 V NPA Compensated, digital I 2 C * 3.3V optional, contact factory for more details Parameter Units Min Typ Max Common Parameters Accuracy (Total Error Band) %FSO Proof Pressure (10 H2O to 1 psi) psi 35 Proof Pressure (>1 psi to 30 psi) psi 60 Maximum Package Pressure 60 Pressure Ranges 10 H2O 30 psi Parameter Temperature Range Operating -40 to +125 C -40 to +257 F Compensated 0 to 60 C +32 to +157 F Storage -40 to +125 C -40 to +257 F Ordering Information Model NPA Code Description 100 mv Output, Ratiometric Uncalibrated Sensor 300 Analog Amplified Output, 3.3Vdc Excitation, Calibrated Sensor 500 Analog Amplified Output, 5Vdc Excitation, Calibrated Sensor 600 ZACwire Digital Serial Output, Calibrated Sensor, 2 byte 601 ZACwire Digital Serial Output, Calibrated Sensor, 3 byte 700 I 2 C - Digital output, Calibrated Sensor, 2 byte Code Port Type M 1 manifold port for Gauge and Absolute pressure types B 2 barbed ports for Gauge, Absolute and Differential pressure types* N Non-ported Code Pressure Range 10W 10 H20 (2.5 KPa) PSI (7 KPa) PSI (35 KPa) PSI (100 KPa) PSI (200 KPa) Code Pressure Type G Gauge D Differential A ** Absolute PRESSURE 99 NPA - - Note: * 1 barbed port available upon request. ** Absolute pressure ranges are available in 15 PSIA and 30 PSIA only.

102 PRESSURE Amphenol Advanced Sensors NPP-301 Series Surface Mount Pressure Sensor GE s NovaSensor low cost surface mount SO-8 package suitable for automated assembly PRESSURE 100 Product Overview The NPP-301 Series features silicon pressure sensors in surface mount packages. An ultra-small Silicon Fusion Bonded (SFB), ultra-high stability SenStable piezoresistive chip from GE is placed in a plastic package that exploits high volume, leadframe package technology to bring forth a low cost sensor alternative to the OEM user. The NPP-301 Series produces a voltage output that is linearly proportional to the input pressure. The user can provide NPP Series products with signal conditioning circuitry to amplify the output signal or to maximize OEM value added. The NPP-301 Series is compatible with most noncorrosive gases and dry air. Applications Automotive tire pressure Pneumatic controls Pressure switches and controllers Altimeters and barometers Cable leak detection Consumer appliances Portable gauges and manometers Features & Benefits Low cost surface mount package: SO-8 Wide operating temperature range: -40 F to 257 F ( 40 C to 125 C) Static accuracy <0.20% FSO maximum Suitable for automated component assembly Four element Wheatstone bridge configuration for circuit design flexibility Solid-state reliability Ordering Information The code number to be ordered may be specified as follows: NPP Code Description Packaging 301A-100A 15 psia (1.03 bar), non-ported IC tubes 301A-200A 30 psia (2.06 bar), non-ported IC tubes 301A-700A 100 psia (6.89 bar), non-ported IC tubes 301B-100A 15 psia (1.03 bar), ported IC tubes 301B-200A 30 psia (2.06 bar), ported IC tubes 301B-700A 100 psia (6.89 bar), ported IC tubes NPP - Typical model number. Add a T suffix to the part number for Tape and Reel packaging. Specifications Parameter Value Units Notes } General Pressure Range 100 kpa 15 psi 200 kpa 30 psi 700 kpa 100 psi Maximum Pressure 3x Rated pressure } Performance Offset ±10 mv/v Full Scale Output (FSO) 60 ±20 mv Linearity 0.2 %FSO Best straight line fit } 77ºF (25ºC) unless otherwise stated Excitation 3.0 V 10 VDC Maximum Input Impedance 5,000 ±20% Ω Output Impedance 5,000 ±20% Ω } Environmental Electrostatic Damage (ESD) Class 1 Operating Temperature Range -40 F to 257 F (-40 C to 125 C) Media Compatibility Clean, dry air and non-corrosive gases

103 PRESSURE For Demanding Applications: Sensirion Differential Pressure Sensors With extremely high sensitivity Sensirion differential pressure sensors are optimal for medical, HVAC or industrial automation applications. Product Overview The SDP600 Series is characterized by zero drift and excellent long-term stability. The digital and fully calibrated sensors enable measurements with very high sensitivity and outstanding accuracy. Features & Benefits The SDP600 Series has an exceptionally high integration level, the sensors are small, fast and reliable with absolute repeatability. Measurement of differential pressures down to 0.1Pa Small size, fast response time and reliability Zero offset, no drift Fully calibrated and excellent repeatability Interchangeability Applications Sensirion s differential pressure sensors are ideally suited for applications as diverse as intensive care ventilation and respiratory devices in the medical technology, burner control for heating systems, condensing boilers, pellet stoves and fuel cells, ventilator and fan control, air pressure control in clean rooms and filter monitoring. All applications benefit from the advanced thermal measurement principle that results in a high sensitivity at low differential pressures without offset or drift. Compared to traditional and non-stable membrane sensors, the unique characteristics of Sensirion s differential pressure sensors lead to accurate, stable and repeatable differential pressure and mass flow control. PRESSURE Digital Sensor Output Range Performance Connection Output Pascal Inch Water Bidirectional Accuracy of Measured Value Lowest Detectable Pressure SDP500/510 I 2 C 500 Pa 2 4.5% <0.2 Pa 4.6 ms x x SDP600/610-25Pa I 2 C 25 Pa 0.1 x 3% <0.01 Pa 4.6 ms x x SDP600/ Pa I 2 C 125 Pa 0.5 x 3% <0.02 Pa 4.6 ms x x SDP600/ Pa I 2 C 500 Pa 2 x 3% <0.05 Pa 4.6 ms x x SDP601/ Pa I 2 C 500 Pa 2 x 3% <0.05 Pa 4.6 ms x x x SDP606/ Pa I 2 C 500 Pa 2 x 3% <0.1 Pa 70 ms x x x SDP621/631 I 2 C 500 Pa 2 x 3% <0.05 Pa 4.6 ms x x x Response Time Mass Flow T- Compensation Low Power Fail-Safe Certified Manifold Tubes 101

104 PRESSURE LPS25H Absolute Pressure Sensor hpa absolute digital output barometer Product Overview The LPS25H is an ultra compact absolute piezoresistive pressure sensor. It includes a monolithic sensing element and an IC interface able to take the information from the sensing element and to provide a digital signal to the external world. The sensing element consists of a suspended membrane realized inside a single mono-silicon substrate. It is capable to detect the absolute pressure and is manufactured with a dedicated process developed by ST. Applications Altimeters and barometers Weather stations Packaging (vacuum integrity) Wearables, sport Watches GPS, dead reckoning PRESSURE The membrane is very small compared to the traditionally built silicon micromachined membranes. Membrane breakage is prevented by an intrinsic mechanical stopper. The IC interface is manufactured using a standard CMOS process that allows a high level of integration to design a dedicated circuit which is trimmed to better match the sensing element characteristics. The LPS25H is available in a cavity holed LGA package (HCLGA). It is guaranteed to operate over a temperature range extending from -30 C to +105 C. The package is holed to allow external pressure to reach the sensing element. 102 Features & Benefits 0 to 100% relative humidity range Supply voltage: 1.7 to 3.6V High-resolution mode: mbar RMS Low power consumption: 4μA High overpressure capability: 20x FS Embedded temperature compensation Embedded 24-bit ADC Selectable ODR from 1Hz to 25Hz SPI and I²C interfaces Embedded FIFO (noise reduction), Interrupts, Thresholds and Auto-zero Supply voltage: 1.7 to 3.6V High shock survivability: 10,000 g

105 PRESSURE Pressure Sensors Dies Features & Benefits Wide range of pressure sensor elements Nominal pressure ranges from 25 mbar up to 400 bar Absolute, gauge or backside absolute High accuracy and long term stability Solderable backside metalization on request Other customized features on request Applications Pressure measurement in automotive, consumer, industrial and medical applications. PRESSURE Ordering code Characteristics Footprint B58600H8000A bar (23 PSI) absolute 1.65 x 1.65 mm B58600H8000A bar (145 PSI) absolute 1.65 x 1.65 mm B58600H8000A bar (23 PSI) absolute 1.65 x 1.65 mm B58600H8400A bar (23 PSI) backside absolute 1.65 x 1.65 mm B58600H8400A bar (145 PSI) backside absolute 1.65 x 1.65 mm B58600H8400A bar (362 PSI) backside absolute 1.65 x 1.65 mm B58601H8000A bar (362 PSI) gauge 1.65 x 1.65 mm B58601H8000A bar (23 PSI) gauge 1.65 x 1.65 mm B58601H8000A bar (145 PSI) gauge 1.65 x 1.65 mm 103

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107 PROXIMITY What is a proximity sensor? Proximity sensors remotely detect the presence of nearby objects (non-contact). Various detection technologies can be used depending on the application and the nature of the objects to be detected. Infrared optical or reflective sensors can detects presence of any opaque objects in a range of millimeters to centimeters. Capacitive or resistive sensors detect the change of capacity or resistance between the sensor pad and objects to determine the presence or movement of the objects. Application Cases Object detection Human machine interface Real Life Examples Bulk-handling machines Level detectors Package detection Handheld devices, appliances Typical applications Proximity sensors are often found in bulk-handling machines, liquid or tank level detectors, and printing presses, for example. IR reflective proximity sensors are widely used today for ON/OFF switch control for lighting, occupancy, access control and mobile devices. Touch controllers, including capacitive and resistive types, are becoming popular due to improved sensitivity and accuracy. It is intuitive and easy to use, and the sensor pad can be sealed from the surrounding environment, which makes it an ideal solution for harsh or dusty environments. Some touch controllers achieve high sensitivity that can sense presence of a finger through thick winter gloves. PROXIMITY 105

108 PROXIMITY IR Relective Proximity Sensors The IR reflective proximity sensors detect and measure reflected infrared (IR) energy to detect the presence of an object or person. The proximity detection circuitry compensates for ambient light, allowing it to operate in environments ranging from bright sunlight to dark rooms. Part Number Detection Range max (cm) Output Type Output Range Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temperature ( o C) Package TMD27711 >15 I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 TMD27713 >15 I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 TMD27721 >15 I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 TMD27723 >15 I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 TMD I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 TMD26721 >15 I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 TMD26723 >15 I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 ams TMD I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 TMD I²C 16 bits to 85 Module -8 TSL I²C 16 bits to 70 DFN-6 TSL I²C 16 bits to 70 DFN-6 TSL I²C 16 bits to 70 DFN-6 TSL I²C 16 bits to 70 DFN-6 TSL I²C 16 bits to 70 DFN-6 TSL I²C 16 bits to 70 DFN-6 PROXIMITY Intersil Vishay ISL I²C 12 bit to 85 ODFN-8 ISL29044A - I²C 12 bit to 85 ODFN-8 ISL I²C 12 bit to 85 ODFN-8 VCNL I²C 16 bits to 85 SMD - 10 Integrated Ambient Light and Proximity Sensors The devices combine an infrared emitter and PIN photodiode for proximity measurement, ambient light sensor, and signal processing IC in a single package with a 16 bit ADC. It provides ambient light sensing to support conventional backlight and display brightness adjustment, and proximity sensing for object and motion detection. Part Number Detection Range (mm) Output Type Output Range Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Operating Temperature ( o C) Package ams Avago TSL I²C 16 bits to 70 DFN-6 TSL I²C 16 bits to 70 DFN-6 ADPS I²C 16 bit to 85 Smd 3.9 x 2.4 x 1.4 ISL29030A - I²C 12 bit to 85 ODFN-8 Intersil ISL29028A - I²C 12 bit to 85 ODFN-8 ISL I²C 12 bit to 85 ODFN-8 ISL I²C 12 bit to 85 ODFN ST Micro ISL I²C 16 bit to 85 ODFN-8 VL6180x 100 I²C 16 bit to 105 LGA12 Vishay VCNL I²C 16 bit to 85 Smd 3.9 x 3.9 x 0.7 VCNL I²C 16 bit to 85 Smd 4.9 x 2.4 x 0.8 VCNL4020X I²C 16 bit to 85 Smd 4.9 x 2.4 x 0.8

109 PROXIMITY Optical Sensors The optical sensors are compact transmissive/reflective sensors that integrate infrared emitters and phototransistor detectors for proximity detection. TT electronics / Optek Technology Part Number Detection Range (mm) Forward Voltage (V) Reverse Voltage (V) Peak Wavelength (nm) Maximum Dark Current (na) Output Current (ua) Operating Temperature ( o C) OPB606A (Max) (Min) -40 to +85 PCB OPB700ALZ (Max) to +100 Wired OPB700Z (Max) to +100 Wired OPB701ALZ (Max) to +100 Wired OPB (Max) to +80 PCB OPB710F (Max) (Min) 0 to +70 TO-72 OPB732WZ (Max) (Min) -40 to +85 Wired OPB733TR (Max) (Min) -25 to +85 SMD Package Capacitive Touch Controllers Semtech capacitive touch controller ICs come in 8- and 12-channel models and feature integrated LED drivers. They support a wide range of button, slider and touch wheel capacitive sensor designs. Cypress Microchip Part Number No. of Sensing Channels Output Interface Supply Voltage (V) Supply Current (µa) Operating Temperature ( o C) Package CY8CMBR3116-LQXI Up to 16 I²C/GPO uA (max) per button -40 to +85 QFN-20 CY8CMBR3106S-LQXI Up to 16 I²C uA (max) per button -40 to +85 QFN-24 CY8CMBR3110-SX2I Up to 10 I²C/GPO uA (max) per button -40 to +85 SOIC-16 CY8CMBR3108-LQXI Up to 8 I²C/GPO uA (max) per button -40 to +85 QFN-16 CY8CMBR3102-SX1I Up to 2 I²C/GPO uA (max) per button -40 to +85 SOIC-8 CY8CMBR3002-SX1I 2 GPO uA (max) per button -40 to +85 SOIC-8 MTCH112 2 I²C CAP I²C CAP I²C CAP I²C CAP I²C CAP I²C CAP I²C CAP I²C (typ) 16mHz, 0 sec Sleep 50 Standby state active 1 sensor input monitored 1 avg, 140ms cycle time 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) -40 to +85C 8/DFN 8/SOIC 150mil -40 to +125C 10/VDFN -40 to +125C 8/TDFN -40 to +125C 8/TDFN -40 to +125C 10/VDFN -40 to +125C 10/VDFN -40 to +125C 16/QFN -40 to +125C 16/QFN MTCH mA Typical normal mode, Vdd 5.0V -40 to +85C 6/SOT-23 CAP I²C/SPI CAP I²C/SPI CAP I²C CAP I²C/SPI μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) 50μA Standby state active 1 sensor input monitored No LEDs active 1 avg, 140ms cycle time 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) -40 to +125C 16/QFN -40 to +125C 20/QFN -40 to +125C 10/VDFN -40 to +125C 20/QFN 24/ QSOP PROXIMITY 107

110 PROXIMITY PROXIMITY Microchip Semtech Part Number No. of Sensing Channels Output Interface Supply Voltage (V) CAP I²C/SPI CAP I²C CAP I²C Supply Current (µa) 50μA quiescent current in Standby (1 sensor input monitored) 200uA quiescent current in Sleep while monitoring 1 button 250uA quiescent current in Sleep, monitoring 1 button Operating Temperature ( o C) MTCH I²C μa Sleep Current (typical) -40 to +85C Resistive Touch Controllers The ultra-low-power, 4-wire and 5-wire resistive touchscreen controllers enable multi-touch gestures on regular 4-wire resistive touchscreens and support proximity on any panel. It also features advanced haptics control as well as robust on-chip ESD protection in a small footprint. Package -40 to +125C 24/QFN -40 to +125C 32/VQFN -40 to +125C 32/VQFN 44/QFN 44/ TQFP SX I²C to +85 QFN-20 SX I²C to +85 QFN-20 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-W32 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-W32 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-W32 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-W32 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-W32 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-W32 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C/Analog to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C/Analog to +85 MLPQ-UT28 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-W32 SX I²C to +85 MLPQ-W32 Part Number Touch Panel Resolution Interface Power Consumption (µa) On-chip-ESD Protection (± kv) Multitouch Proximity Sensing Package AR1011 4, 5, & 8 wire 10-bit UART 5V: 85 ua, typical stby 2.5V: 40 ua, typical stby See Application Schematics/Reference design no yes 20/QFN 20/ SOIC 300mil 20/ SSOP 208mil Microchip AR1021 4, 5, & 8 wire 10-bit I²C, SPI 5V: 85 ua, typical stby 2.5V: 40 ua, typical stby See Application Schematics/Reference design no yes 20/QFN 20/ SOIC 300mil 20/ SSOP 208mil 108 AR1100 4, 5, & 8 wire 10-bit USB, UART <10uA (UART) stby <325uA (USB) stby See Application Schematics/Reference design no yes 20/QFN 20/ SOIC 300mil 20/ SSOP 208mil SX8674 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV HBM & IEC yes yes QFN-20 WLCSP-19 SX8675 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV HBM & IEC yes no QFN-20 WLCSP-19 Semtech SX8676 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV HBM & IEC yes yes SX8677 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV HBM & IEC yes yes QFN-20 WLCSP-19 QFN-20 WLCSP-19 SX8678 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV HBM & IEC yes no QFN-20 WLCSP-19

111 PROXIMITY Semtech ROHM Part Number Touch Panel Resolution Interface Power Consumption (µa) On-chip-ESD Protection (± kv) Multitouch Proximity Sensing Package SX wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact yes no 3.0x3.0mm DFN SX8653 4/5-wire 12-bit SPI kV Air; 15kV Contact yes no 4.0x3.0mm DFN SX8654 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact no yes 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8655 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact no no 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8656 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact no yes 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8657 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact no yes 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8658 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact no no 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8674 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact yes yes 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8675 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact yes no 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8676 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact yes yes 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8677 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact yes yes 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX8678 4/5-wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact yes no 4.0x4.0mm QFN SX wire 12-bit I²C kV Air; 15kV Contact no no 3.0x3.0mm DFN SX8652 4/5-wire 12-bit SPI kV Air; 15kV Contact no no 4.0x3.0mm DFN BU21029GUL 4 wire 12-bit I²C yes yes VCSP50L2 BU21029MUV 4 wire 12-bit I²C yes yes VQFN020V4040 BU21021GUL 4 wire 12-bit I²C / SPI 60 - yes yes VCSP50L2 BU21024FV-M 4 wire 10-bit I²C / SPI 60 - yes yes SSOP-B28 BU21023GUL 4 wire 10-bit I²C / SPI 60 - yes yes VCSP50L2 BU21023MUV 4 wire 10-bit I²C / SPI 60 - yes yes VQFN028V5050 BU21025GUL 4 wire 12-bit yes yes VCSP50L2 ML26700SGD 4 wire 12-bit SPI yes QFN-12 ML26700CGD 4 wire 12-bit I²C yes QFN-12 3D Positioning/Gesture The MGC3130 is the world s first electrical-field (E-field) based three-dimensional (3D) tracking and gesture controller. The chip is based on Microchip s patented GestIC technology and enables user command input with natural hand and finger movements in free-space. The GestIC Colibri Suite is processed on-chip and enables a wide range of gesture applications shortening development cycles of developers. Through its configurable sensing states mobile friendly power consumption as low as 150 microwatts can be realized. PROXIMITY Product Input Channels Proximity Detection Output Channels Measurement Principle Report Rate Number Of Touches Position Resolution Interface Packages Microchip MGC Yes -1 E-Field k x 64k x 64k 2x I 2 C / (SPI) 28/VQFN 109

112 PROXIMITY Proximity Detection Sensors Simplifies the human-machine interface with touchless technology Product Overview Proximity detection sensors from ams sense reflected IR energy to detect the presence and motion of an object or person. Proximity detection sensors can be used for mechanical switch replacement or to sense human gesturing, enabling sophisticated applications centered on enhancing the user experience. PROXIMITY Features & Benefits Devices with Proximity + Color Sensors, or Proximity + Ambient Light Sensor, integrated on a single device Wide Dynamic Range, from less than 15 cm to over 1m when coupled with a proper LED Gesture Controls and Simple Mechanical Switch Replacement can be substituted with proximity detection sensors Saves energy by reducing the total system power consumption Part Number Voltage Gain Programmable Integration Time Interrupt 1 2 C Address 1 2 C BUS ALS Integrated Recommended Operating Distance 110 TSL x x x 39 VDD No x x TSL x x x V No x x TSL x x x 39 VDD Yes x x TSL x x x V Yes x x TSL x x x V Yes x x SHORT: LESS THAN 15 CM MEDIUM: LESS THAN 46 CM LONG: GREATER THAN 46 CM

113 PROXIMITY Ambient Light Sensor and Proximity Detection TMD2772 is a digital ambient light sensor, proximity sensor with Infra-Red LED in an optical module Product Overview The TMD2772 family of devices provides digital ambient light sensing (ALS), a complete proximity detection system, and digital interface logic in a single 8-pin surface mount module. The TMD2772 ALS is based on the patented dual-diode technology that enables accurate results and approximates human eye response to light intensity under a variety of lighting conditions. The devices are register-set and pincompatible with the TMD2771 family of devices and include new and improved ALS and proximity detection features. ALS enhancements include a reduced-gain mode that extends the operating range in sunlight. Proximity detection includes improved signal-to-noise performance and more accurate factory calibration. A proximity offset register allows compensation for optical system crosstalk between the Infra-Red (IR) LED and the sensor. To prevent false proximity data measurement readings, a proximity saturation indicator bit signals that the internal analog circuitry has reached saturation. The proximity detection system includes a digital proximity sensor, LED driver and IR LED, which are factory trimmed to eliminate the need for end equipment calibration due to component variations. TMD2772 is available in an 8-Pin Dual Flat No-Lead Module. Features & Benefits Integrated ALS, proximity sensor & IR LED Module reduces board space and design effort ALS based on patented dual-diodes Enables operation in IR light environments 8M:1 dynamic range Allows accurate sensing behind spectrally distorting materials (e.g. dark glass) Proximity detection calibrated and trimmed to provide consistent reading Pre-calibration eliminates need for customer to endproduct calibrate Programmable LED drive current Allows multiple power-level selection without external passives Applications Mobile Phone Touchscreen Control Display Backlight Control Medical Diagnostics Optical Switch Printer Paper Alignment and Detection Industrial Process Control PROXIMITY 111

114 PROXIMITY PROXIMITY 112 Color Sensor and Proximity Detection TMD3782 is a digital color sensor, proximity sensor with Infra-Red LED in an optical module Product Overview The TMD2772 family of devices provides digital ambient light The TMD3782 family of devices provides Red, Green, Blue, and Clear (RGBC) color measurement and a complete proximity detection system, including an Infra-Red (IR) LED, in an 8-pin surface mount optical module. The integrated Ultra- Violet (UV) and IR blocking filters enable color measurement for accurate calculation of light intensity and color temperature. The device detects light intensity under a variety of lighting conditions and through a variety of attenuation materials, including dark glass. The proximity detection feature allows a large dynamic range of operation for accurate distance detection, such as in mobile phones, for detecting when the user positions the phone close to their ear. IR LED sink current is factory trimmed to provide consistent proximity response without requiring customer calibrations. An internal state machine provides the ability to put the device into a low power state in between proximity and RGBC measurements, providing very low average power consumption. The color sensing feature is useful in applications such as backlight control, solid-state lighting, reflected LED color sampler, or fluorescent light color temperature detection. The integrated UV and IR-blocking filters make this device an excellent ambient light sensor, color temperature monitor, and general purpose color sensor. TMD3782 is available in an 8-Pin Dual Flat No-Lead Module. Features & Benefits Integrated RGB and proximity detection (including IR LED) in and optical module Single device (module) reduces board space and design effort Integrated UV and IR blocking filters Enables accurate color and ambient light and CCT sensing under varying lighting conditions Calibrated 100 mm proximity detection distance Eliminates end-product factory calibration Circular segmented RGBC photodiodes Enables uniform angular response Applications Mobile Phone Touchscreen Control Light Color Temperature Measurement Ambient Light Sensing Medical Diagnostics Optical Switch Industrial Process Control

115 PROXIMITY Ambient Light Sensor and Proximity Detection TSL2772 is a Light-to-Digital converter and proximity sensor Product Overview The TSL2772 family of devices provides both ambient light sensing (ALS) and, when coupled with an external Infra- Red (IR) LED, proximity detection. The patented dual-diode technology enables accurate ALS and approximates human eye response to light intensity under a variety of lighting conditions. The TSL2772 ALS includes a reduced-gain mode that extends the operating range to 60k lux in sunlight. The device package incorporates a Ultra-Violet (UV) rejection filter for improved ALS accuracy. The proximity detection has a wide dynamic range of operation allowing <46 cm short detection, such as in a mobile phone, or longer distance applications such as notebook user presence detection. The proximity detection has programmable gain and integration time and includes a proximity offset register that allows compensation for optical system crosstalk between the IR LED and the sensor. To prevent false proximity data measurement readings, a proximity saturation indicator bit signals that the internal analog circuitry has reached saturation. The internal state machine allows the device to enter a low-power mode between ALS and proximity detection measurements to minimize average power consumption for the device. Features & Benefits Patented dual-diode architecture Enables operation in IR light environments 8M:1 dynamic range Enables operation in 60K lux sunlight and accurate sensing behind spectrally distorting materials UV-rejection package Improves lux accuracy across varying light sources Proximity offset adjustment Compensates for internal system offset or IR LED crosstalk Proximity saturation indicator bit Prevents false proximity detection in bright light Applications Display Backlight Control Mobile Phone Touchscreen Control Medical Diagnostics Printer Paper Alignment and Detection Industrial Process Control PROXIMITY TSL2772 is available in a discrete 6-pin FN package. 113

116 PROXIMITY Key Benefits of Introducing Capacitive Sensing to Electronic Equipment by Emmanuel T. Nana, NXP Semiconductors NXP s capacitive sensors use a patented auto-calibration capacitance-change detection circuitry to monitor the capacitance at the input of the device. The device digitally filters out very slow and very quick changes in capacitance at the input and continuously adjusts itself to the environment. As a result, the performance of the NXP devices is affected less by conditions that can impair or prevent correct functions in other devices. The auto-calibration function ensures that long-term environmental changes such as dirt, humidity, freezing temperatures, or damages to the electrode do not affect the device function. PROXIMITY 114 There is an increasing use of capacitive sensing technology in many different applications that require touch switches, proximity detection, fluid level measurement, slider and wheel controls, position determination, human interface and many other features. These capacitive sensors are changing the face of today s electronic equipment as they require no actual pressing on the sensor area and they work when the user is wearing gloves. NXP Semiconductors capacitive sensor devices offer the added benefits of autocalibration, configurability, low power consumption, and increased reliability in different environments. NXP s PCF8883 single-channel capacitive sensor has a wide operating supply voltage range from 3V to 9V. A sensing plate connects to the IN pin of the device and any change of capacitance on the IN pin will cause the open-drain OUT pin to toggle. Sensitivity and response time are the two primary items to take into account when fine-tuning the device performance. The sensitivity is adjusted by altering the value of the capacitor on the CPC pin, while the response time is controlled by varying the value of the capacitor on the CLIN pin. Fig.1 Typical connections of PCF8883 The ability to vary the sensitivity of the devices makes it suitable for use as either a touch sensor or a proximity sensor. For proximity sensing applications, the sensitivity is increased by increasing the CPC capacitance; and for touch sensing applications, the sensitivity is lowered by reducing the CPC capacitance. Proximity sensing is widely used in equipment to detect the closeness of an object, in touch-free operations such as hazardous environments or medical applications, and in hermetically sealed applications where the sensing plate is separated from the user with a dielectric material. Power consumption is always a main consideration for battery-operated equipment using capacitive sensing technologies. The PCF8883 device consumes less than 5μA, even under worst-case operating conditions (typically 2.2μA at 3.0V supply). This makes the device very suitable for applications whereby all the electronics may be powered down or put in deep sleep mode and the PCF8883 is configured in the proximity sensing mode to scan the environment for any user s presence. By enabling human interfaces that can be controlled by proximity or touch, capacitive sensors have the ability to transform the way we interact with electronic systems. Until now, a limiting factor has been reliability, since environmental factors such as humidity, dirt, freezing temperatures, and changes in the moving object can have a negative impact on sensitivity and responsiveness. C SENS = Sensing plate capacitance The coaxial cable is optional NXP Semiconductors, with its low-power PCF8883 capacitive sensors, takes advantage of a patented autocalibration feature that improves reliability. Designing with auto-calibration requires a certain amount of fine-tuning, since the switch has to be optimized for typical application requirements, but once the initial configuration is set, the sensor offers enhanced performance and longevity. As a result, these auto-calibrating devices are expanding the reach of capacitive sensors, and bringing a new level of user friendliness to a wider range of applications.

117 PROXIMITY Capacitive Touch Sensors with Enhanced LED Drivers and Proximity Sensing Product Overview The superior sensitivity of the SX863x/4x touch sensor platform enables sensing through a thick overlay material as well as proximity detection with an extended range (>10cm) all in a tiny footprint with zero components per input. The low power consumption and advanced, built-in LED drivers make it the ideal solution for a wide range of sensing applications in mobile phones, media players, notebooks and white goods. Features & Benefits Extreme low power Support button, slider and wheel design Proximity detection (>10cm) Applications Flat Panel TVs LCD monitors White goods & appliances Printers Automotive audio console Personal media players Set Top Boxes (STBs) Game consoles Industrial systems PROXIMITY Built-in LED drivers (12mA) 256-step intensity control (Lin/Log) Vdig Vana Vdd Resetb Auto lighting Field programmable Min. scan time=15ms Overlay=>5mm Smart auto-offset comp. Ultra small footprint Proximity Buttons Cap0 Cap1 Cap2 Cap3 Cap4 Cap5 Cap6 Cap7 Analog Front End and Sensor Interface RC Clock Generation 10 Bit ADC SX863x Micro Processor Power Management and RESET PWM LED Controller GPIO / LED Interface GPIO0 GPIO1 GPIO2 GPIO3 GPIO4 GPIO5 GPIO6 +V Touch Wheel Enter Cap8 Cap9 RAM NVM GPIO7 115 Slider >>>>> Cap10 Cap11 Prox Sensor ROM I2C Interface Plug & Play Functionality CP CN GND x3 SCL SDA Intb

118 PROXIMITY Multi-touch Resistive Touchscreen Controller with Proximity Sensing and Haptic Feedback PROXIMITY Product Overview These fully integrated, haptic enabled resistive touchscreen controllers feature a unique built-in proximity sensing circuitry which enables proximity detection in applications where automatic system wake up or backlight LED dimming adjustments are required without the need for any additional components. The SX867x family can directly connect to an ERM or LRA Motor to create haptic feedback, thus eliminating the need for a dedicated μc interface. The SX867x family also supports various multi-touch gestures such as pinch, stretch and rotation on a regular 4-wire analog resistive touchscreen. Features & Benefits Low power (0.4μA) Compatible with a wide range of resistive panels Enable multi-touch gestures with 4-wire touch panel Built-in proximity detection with ANY panels (>5cm) Integrated haptic motor control (LRA&ERM) 12-bit resolution ESD protection (±25kV Air & ±15kV Contact) 50kSPS Eq. throughput Digital filters Applications Portable navigation devices Automotive center consoles Digital photo frames DSC, video cameras Handheld games & mobile POS terminals Control panels 116

119 TEMPERATURE What is a temperature sensor? As one of the most commonly available and widely used sensor types, a temperature sensor simply detects the temperature of the surrounding environment and converts the temperature reading into an electronic signal. A variety of temperature sensors is available in various materials (i.e. ceramic, polymer, metal or semiconductor), form factors, functions and features; from simple discrete thermistors, to thermopile, thermocouple, and to fully integrated silicon bandgap temperature sensor ICs. Infrared temperature sensors have emerged in recent years to become widely used in non-contact temperature measurement, which are well suited to medical, security and comfort sensing applications as well as more extreme environments such as industrial furnaces. As manufacturing technology and design technique improves, today s temperature sensors are extremely accurate and designed with rich features and functions such as analog or digital interfaces and multiple remote junction sensing capabilities, which make it much easier to design in the system. Important selection parameters Sensing Range is the operating temperature range over which the device can measure temperature while maintaining rated accuracy. Accuracy is defined as the worst-case error in temperature between measured and the actual temperature. Output Type includes analog voltage output, or a range of digital options including SPI, I 2 C, set-point comparator outputs, PWM, to name a few choices. Depending on the device output type, other parameters may be important, such as: resolution (digital, in number of bits), or gain and output impedance (analog) Typical applications Temperature sensors are used in a wide range of medical, security, industrial and commercial applications such as thermostats, and industrial process control, weather monitoring, engine controls, etc. One of the most common uses today is in monitoring and managing the temperature of high performance electronic circuits, including power supplies, microprocessors and FPGAs, memory, and radio transmitter circuits. TEMPERATURE 117

120 TEMPERATURE Analog Output Temperature Sensors The analog output temperature sensing IC provides accurate, low power and low cost temperature sensing solutions. Measurement Specialties Microchip Part Number Operating Temperature ( o C) Temperature Accuracy (±) ( o C) Sensor Gain (mv/ o C) Supply Voltage (Volt) Quiescent Current (μa) Package 5MVCTS to to X 55mm S/S Hsg MCP to 125 +/ to SOT23, SC70 MCP9700A -40 to 125 +/ to SOT23, SC70 MCP to 125 +/ to SOT23, SC70 MCP9701A -40 to 125 +/ to SOT23, SC70 TC1047A -40 to 125 +/ to SOT23 TC to 125 +/ to SOT23 TC to 125 +/ to SOT23 BD1020HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0550HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0600HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0601HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0650HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0700HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0701HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0751HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 TEMPERATURE ROHM STMicro BDJ0800HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0801HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0851HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDJ0901HFV-TR -30 to 100 ± to HVSOF5 BDE0600G-TR -30 to 130 ± to SSOP5 BDE0700G-TR -30 to 130 ± to SSOP5 BDE0800G-TR -30 to 130 ± to SSOP5 BDE0900G-TR -30 to 130 ± to SSOP5 BDE1000G-TR -30 to 130 ± to SSOP5 BDE1100G-TR -30 to 130 ± to SSOP5 STLM20-55 to 130 ± (typ) 2.4 to SC70-5, UDFN4 118

121 TEMPERATURE Digital Output Temperature Sensors For applications where single or multiple remote temperature sensing is required, the digital output temperature sensor IC with one or more remote sensing inputs is the ideal choice. Part Number Resolution (bit) Interface Type Operating Temperature ( o C) Temperature Accuracy (±) ( o C) Supply Voltage (Volt) Supply Current (ma) Package Measurement Specialties G-NICO-018 (TSYS01) 16, 24 SPI / I²C -40 to QFN16 MCP I²C / SMBus -40 to to SOT23 MCP I²C / SMBus -40 to to MSOP, SOIC MCP I²C / SMBus -40 to to SOT23 MCP I²C / SMBus -40 to to MSOP, SOIC MCP I²C / SMBus -40 to to MSOP, SOIC MCP I²C -40 to (75C to 95C) 3.0 to TSSOP, 2x3 DFN MCP I²C / SMBus -40 to to MSOP, SOIC MCP I²C -40 to (75C to 95C) 3.0 to TSSOP, 2x3 DFN MCP I²C / SMBus -40 to to /TSSOP,8/DFN,8/TDFN,8/ UDFN MCP I²C / SMBus -40 to to /TSSOP,8/DFN,8/TDFN TC72 10 SPI -55 to 125 +/-2 (max) -40C to 85C 2.7 to x3 DFN, MSOP TC74 8 I²C / SMBus -40 to 125 +/-2 (max) 25C to 85C 2.7 to TO-220, SOT23 Microchip TC77 13 SPI -55 to 125 +/-1 (max) 2.7 to SOT23, SOIC TCN75 12 I²C / SMBus -55 to to SOIC, MSOP TCN75A 12 I²C / SMBus -40 to to SOIC, MSOP TC620 N/A Logic -40 to 125 +/ to PDIP, SOIC TC621 N/A Logic -40 to 125 +/ to PDIP, SOIC TC622 N/A Logic -40 to 125 +/ to PDIP, SOIC, SOT-220 TC623 N/A Logic -40 to 125 +/ to PDIP, SOIC TC624 N/A Logic -40 to to PDIP, SOIC TC6501/2 N/A Logic -55 to 135 +/ to SOT23 TC6503/4 N/A Logic -55 to 135 +/ to SOT23 MCP9501 N/A Logic -40 to to /SOT-23 TEMPERATURE MCP9502 N/A Logic -40 to to /SOT-23 MCP9503 N/A Logic -40 to to /SOT-23 MCP9504 N/A Logic -40 to to /SOT-23 MCP9509 N/A Logic -40 to to /SOT-23 MCP9510 N/A Logic -40 to to /SOT-23 LM75A 11 I²C -55 to 125 ±2 2.8 to SO8, MSOP8 NXP LM75B 11 I²C -55 to 125 ±2 2.8 to SO8, TSSOP8 XSON-8, HWSON-8 SE95 13 I²C -55 to 125 ±1 2.8 to SO8, MSOP8 ON Semi Sensirion SE97B 11 I²C / SMBus -40 to 125 ±1 3.0 to HVSON8, TSSOP8 SE98A 11 I²C / SMBus -40 to 125 ±1 1.7 to TSSOP8 HWSON8 CAT34TS I²C / SMBus -40 to 125 ±3 3.3 to TDFN-8 CAT I²C / SMBus -40 to 125 ±3 3.0 to TDFN-8 NCT I²C / SMBus -55 to 125 ±1 3.0 to DFN-8, Micro8-8, SOIC-8 STS21 12, 14 I²C -40 to DFN STSC1 16 I²C -40 to to DFN STTS75 9, 10, 11, 12 I²C -55 to 125 ± to SO8, MSOP8 119 STMicro STDS75 9, 10, 11, 12 I²C -55 to 125 ± to SO8, MSOP8 STCN75 9 I²C -55 to 125 ± to SO8, MSOP8 STLM75 9 I²C -55 to 125 ± to SO8, MSOP8 STTS424E02 10 I²C / SMBus -40 to 125 ± TDFN8

122 TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE Remote Temperature Sensors For applications where single or multiple remote temperature sensing is required, the digital output temperature sensor IC with one or more remote sensing inputs is the ideal choice. NXP ON Semi Part Number Operating Temperature ( o C) Temperature Accuracy (±) ( o C) Resolution ( o C) Interface Type Remote Thermal Sensors Supply Voltage (Volt) Quiescent Current (ma) SA to 125 ±2 11 (bit) I²C / SMBus to Package SO8 TSSOP8 NE1617A -55 to 125 ±2 8 (bit) I²C / SMBus to QSOP16 NE to 125 ±3 8 (bit) I²C / SMBus to QSOP16 ADM1021A -55 to 125 ±3 1 I²C / SMBus to QSOP-16 ADM to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to QSOP-16 ADM to 120 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to ADT to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to Micro8-8 SOIC-8 Micro8-8 SOIC-8 ADT7461A -40 to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to Micro8-8 ADT to 120 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to Micro10 ADT to 120 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to Micro10 ADT7483A -40 to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to QSOP-16 ADT7484A -40 to 125 ± SST to Micro8-8 SOIC-8 ADT7485A -40 to 125 ± SST to Micro10 ADT7486A -40 to 125 ± SST to Micro10 ADT7488A -40 to 125 ± SST to Micro10 NCT to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to DFN-8 WDFN-8 NCT to 125 ±3 1 I²C / SMBus to QSOP-16 NCT to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to WDFN-10 NCT72-40 to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to NVT to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to DFN-8 WDFN-8 Micro8-8 WDFN-8 Digital Infrared Thermometers The digital output infrared thermometers provide non-contact temperature measurement with integrated IR temperature detector (thermopiles), signal conditioning and temperature calculation circuitry. Single or dual zone detection, high output accuracy and wide temperature range make them ideal for industrial, medical and consumer applications. 120 Measurement Specialties Melexis Part Number G-TPSY-002 (TPT300V) G-TPMO-023 (TSEV01S01C10) G-TPMO-022 (TSEV01S01C90) G-TPMO-014 (TSEV0108L39) Object Temperature Range ( o C) Temperature Accuracy (±) ( o C) Measurement Resolution ( o C) 0 to Output Interface Analog and RS232 Supply Voltage (Volt) Quiescent Current (ma) Operating Temperature ( o C) 9 to to 85 Package Stainless Steel, IP65 0 to SPI 3.3 to to 85 N/A 0 to SPI 3.3 to to 85 N/A -20 to SPI 4 to to 85 N/A MLX to SMBus 3 or to 125 TO-39 MLX to SMBus to 85 TO-46 MLX to SMBus to 85 TO-39 MLX to Programmable I 2 C to 85 TO-39

123 TEMPERATURE Remote Temperature Sensors For applications where single or multiple remote temperature sensing is required, the digital output temperature sensor IC with one or more remote sensing inputs is the ideal choices. NXP ON Semiconductor Part Number Operating Temp. ( o C) Temperature Accuracy (±) ( o C) Resolution ( o C) Interface Type Remote Thermal Sensors Supply Voltage (Volt) Quiescent Current (ma) SA to 125 ±2 11 (bit) I²C / SMBus to Package SO8 TSSOP8 NE1617A -55 to 125 ±2 8 (bit) I²C / SMBus to QSOP16 NE to 125 ±3 8 (bit) I²C / SMBus to QSOP16 ADM1021A -55 to 125 ±3 1 I²C / SMBus to QSOP-16 ADM to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to QSOP-16 ADM to 120 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to ADT to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to Micro8-8 SOIC-8 Micro8-8 SOIC-8 ADT7461A -40 to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to Micro8-8 ADT to 120 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to Micro10 ADT to 120 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to Micro10 ADT7483A -40 to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to QSOP-16 ADT7484A -40 to 125 ± SST to Micro8-8 SOIC-8 ADT7485A -40 to 125 ± SST to Micro10 ADT7486A -40 to 125 ± SST to Micro10 ADT7488A -40 to 125 ± SST to Micro10 NCT to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to DFN-8 WDFN-8 NCT to 125 ±3 1 I²C / SMBus to QSOP-16 NCT to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to WDFN-10 NCT72-40 to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to NVT to 125 ±1 1 I²C / SMBus to DFN-8 WDFN-8 Micro8-8 WDFN-8 TEMPERATURE Digital Infrared Thermometers The digital output infrared thermometers provide non-contact temperature measurement with integrated IR temperature detector (thermopiles), signal conditioning and temperature calculation circuitry. Single or dual zone detection, high output accuracy and wide temperature range make them ideal for industrial, medical and consumer applications. Measurement Specialities Melexis Part Number Object Operating Temp. ( o C) Temperature Accuracy (±) ( o C) Measurement Resolution ( o C) G-TPSY-002 (TPT300V) 0 to Output Interface Analog and RS232 Supply Voltage (Volt) Quiescent Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( o C) 9 to to 85 Package Stainless Steel, IP65 G-TPMO-023 (TSEV01S01C10) 0 to SPI 3.3 to to 85 N/A G-TPMO-022 (TSEV01S01C90) 0 to SPI 3.3 to to 85 N/A G-TPMO-014 (TSEV0108L39) -20 to SPI 4 to to 85 N/A MLX to SMBus 3 or to 125 TO-39 MLX to SMBus to 85 TO-46 MLX to SMBus to 85 TO-39 MLX to Programmable I 2 C to 85 TO

124 TEMPERATURE Analog Infrared Thermopiles Amphenol Advanced Sensors Part Number Operating Temp. ( o C) Internal Resistance (kohm) Resistance T.C. (%degree C) Thermistor Resistance (kohm) Responsitivity (V/W) Noise Voltage (nvrms) Diaphragm size (mm) Package ZTP-101T -20 to /-3% 110 Typical X 1.5 mm 2 TO-39(TO-5) ZTP to /-3% 60 Typical X 1.0 mm 2 TO-39(TO-5) ZTP-135SR -20 to /-3% 62 Typical X 1.4 mm 2 TO-46(TO-18) ZTP-135SR-F1-20 to /-3% 38 Typical X 1.4 mm 2 TO-46(TO-18) Thermistors Thermistor is a low cost and simple form of temparature sensor with resistance varing according to its surrounding temperature. Future offers extensive thermistor products. Visit Future s website for more options. TEMPERATURE 122 Amphenol Advanced Sensors Measurement Specialities NXP Vishay Sensor Series Package R25 (Ohm) Tolerances (%) Operating Temp. ( o C) Temperature Coefficient (%/K) RL0503 (MS Series) Epoxy coated with insulated leads 2K to 100K +/- 1 degree C -50 to to Glass encasulated - MELF 250 to 1 M 2% to 10% -50 to to AL03006 DO-35 glass encapsulated 250 to 1 M 2% to 10% -50 to to Series Interchangeable Epoxy coated chip with leads 2K to 100K +/-.1C or +/-.2C -80 to to K3A1IB Bead Thermistor 10K to K3A1A-UL Bead Thermistor 10k to KF3960DPGS DO-35 Thermistor 10k 1-40 to GA10KM3499J15 Mini Axial Glass Thermistor 10K to K3CG500 Goldchip 10K 1-40 to G15K4D489 High Rel Surface probe 15K 2-60 to K3A354 Bead Thermistor 4K 2-55 to K3D210 Medical probe 2.2K to K3D1217 Pipe Probe 10K 1-40 to K3D1037 Boiler Probe 10k 1-40 to K3435MSL015 Over molded probe 10K 1-40 to Glass Encapsulated Thermistor 10K 1-80 to Glass Encapsulated Thermistor 10K to Glass Encapsulated Thermistor 2.2K 1-80 to Glass Encapsulated Thermistor 2.2K to KTY81-1 SOD /- 1 to +/ to KTY81-2 SOD /- 1 to +/ to KTY82-1 SOT /- 1 to +/ to KTY82-2 SOT /- 1 to +/ to KTY83-1 SOD /- 1 to +/ to KTY84-1 SOD (R100) +/- 3 to +/ to NTCS0805 2K2 to 680K to %, 2%, 3%, 5% NTCS0603 Surface Mount 2K to 100K -40 to to NTCS0402 4K7 to 100K 3%, 5% to NTHS1206 NTHS0805 NTHS0603 Surface Mount 1K to 330K 1K to 300K 1K to 350K NTHS K to 350K 3%, 5%, 10% 1%, 2%, 3%, 5%, 10% -40 to to NTCLE100 Radial Thru-Hole 3R3 to 470K 2%, 3%, 5% -40 to to -4.97

125 TEMPERATURE Vishay Sensor Series Package R25 (Ohm) M, C, T Radial Thru-Hole 68R to 1M Tolerances (%) 1%, 5%, 10% 0.2 C, 0.5 C, 1.0 C Operating Temp. ( o C) Temperature Coefficient (%/K) -40 to to NTCLE203 Radial Thru-Hole 2K to 470K 1%, 2%, 3%, 5% -40 to to NTCLE203 SB0 Radial Thru-Hole 2K06 to 30K 0.5 C -55 to to NTCLE201 Radial Thru-Hole 3K to 10K 0.5 C -40 to NTCLE300 Radial Thru-Hole 3K to 10K 0.5 C -40 to NTCLE305 Radial Thru-Hole 2K06 to 10K 0.5 C -40 to to NTCLE400 Long Lead Thru-Hole 2K2 to 100K 3% -40 to to NTCLE413 Radial Thru-Hole 4K7 to 100K 1%, 3%, 5% -40 to to NTCLE428 Radial Thru-Hole 4K7 to 100K 1%, 3%, 5% -40 to to NTCLG100 Axial Thru-Hole 10K to 220K 5% -40 to to NTCALUG01 Assembly 4K7 to 47K 2%, 3%, 5% -40 to to NTCALUG02 Assembly 4K7 to 10K 1%, 2%, 3% -55 to to NTCALUG03 Assembly 10K to 47K 2%, 3% -40 to to NTCACAP Assembly 2K7 to 10K 1%, 2% -55 to NTCAFLEX Assembly 10K to 47K 3% -40 to NTCAIMME3C90373 Assembly 10K 3% -25 to NTCASCW Assembly 1K to 470K 1%, 2%, 5% -40 to to NTCLP450 Assembly 100K 3% -40 to PTS1206 PTS0805 PTS0603 TFPT1206 TFPT0805 TFPT0603 Surface Mount Surface Mount 100R, 500R, 1K 100R, 500R 100R 100R to 10K 100R to 5K 100R to 1K 0.3 C, 0.6 C -55 to %, 1%, 5% -55 to Thermistors - Inrush Current Limiters Inrush protection prevents nuisance blowing of fuses or breakers in swtiching power suppliers, inverters or motors applications. To provent surge or inrush current from demaging the down stream components, the themistors below are the ideal options. TEMPERATURE Amphenol Advanced Sensors Sensor Series Package R25 (Ohm) Tolerance Operating Temp. ( o C) Max steady state current (Amps) CL-xx epoxy coated disc, PCB mount 0.7 to % -50 to 75 2 to 12 CL-xxx epoxy coated disc, PCB mount 5 to 50 25% -50 to to 4.7 Thermocouple Thermocouple probe assemblies are designed in various application specific styles mainly for high temperature measurement. Sensor Series Package EMF Table Tolerances (%) Operating Temp. ( o C) 123 Measurement Specialities T01 T11 T Mineral insulated thermocouple type K, S/S sheath, ø6x200mm, Cable Lg 2m Flexible cable thermocouple type T, glass fiber insulation cable Lg 3m Thermocouple type J, ø3x52 S/S housing, glass fiber insulation cable Lg 5m according to IEC C according to IEC C according to IEC C Class 1 according to IEC584 ±1.5 between 40 C and 375 C ±0.004 T between 375 C and 1000 C Class 1 according to IEC584 ±0.5 between 40 C and 125 C ±0.004 T between 125 C and 350 C Class 1 according to IEC584 ±1.5 between 40 C and 375 C ±0.004 T between 375 C and 750 C

126 TEMPERATURE RTD Platinum Elements Platinum RTD glass wire wound sensors provide excellent accuracy and stablility for applications that involve vibration, or aggressive environments. Sensor Series Package R0 C (Ohm) Tolerances Supply Current (ma) Operating Temp. ( o C) Temperature Coefficient (ppm/k) GO1020 Glass wire wound RTD element with leads 100 +/-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) to GX518 Glass wire wound RTD element with leads 100 +/-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) to KH Ceramic wire wound RTD element with leads 100 +/-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) to Measurement Specialities PF tubular silicone RTD with leads 100 SP683 SB0736 PF Flexible silicone surface probe 10x23x1.5mm, 4 wires cable Lg 1.5m Rigid epoxy surface probe 10x80mm, 3 wires cable Lg 10m Push-in probe, ø5x45mm S/S housing, 2 wires cable lg 1.5m /-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) +/-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) +/-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) +/-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) 1-40 to to to to P Screw-in probe, ø6mm Lg50, M10x150, S/S housing, 2 wires cable Lg 0.5m /-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) to HS Ring terminal probe for M4 screw, 2 wires cable Lg 1m 100 +/-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) 1-40 to S20017 Reference probe TLH ø5x500mm, 4 wires cable Lg 2m 100 TEMPERATURE +/-0.3 C according to IEC 60751: class W 0.3 (Class B) to

127 TEMPERATURE AT30T Sxxx Series - World s Most Versatile Digital Temperature Sensing Solutions Product Overview Atmel offers solutions with selectable temperature resolutions and conversion rates, multiple critical temperature limits, fault-tolerance queuing, selectable hysteresis thresholds to account for minor temperature variances near the programmed temperature limits, and non-volatile configuration and temperature registers to retain settings even when devices are powered off. Solutions are available that integrate Atmel s industry leading non-volatile memory technology to allow customers to not only store critical system temperature data but also application-specific configuration and user preference data. The new Atmel Digital Temperature Sensor family includes the AT30TS74, AT30TS75A, AT30TS750A, AT30TSE752A, AT30TSE754A and AT30TSE758A and are drop-in replacements for the industry-standard LM75-type devices. The AT30TS74 is available in a tiny 4-ball WLCSP package which is perfect for space constrained applications, allowing for the closest placement of the temperature sensor next to the heat source to be monitored. The entire family is available in other small form factor packages like the 8-lead udfn, SOIC, and MSOP packages. The AT30TS750A device has integrated non-volatile registers to improve application safety and reliability by allowing pre-configured power-up settings to be permanently retained across power cycles and minimizes MCU power-up involvement. The AT30TSE752A/754A/758A devices provide enhanced features such as integrated EEPROM (2Kb, 4Kb, 8Kb respectively) and non-volatile registers that can reduce BOM cost, improve system flexibility and product reliability, and enhance application safety. Features & Benefits Industry standard compatibility Feature-rich, integrated non-volatile memory Versatile enough to address almost every application Complete, fully factory-calibrated, real-time temperature monitoring solution Operate from 1.7V to 5.5Vcc over the -55 C to +125 C temperature range Output digitized temperature data via a standard I 2 C/ SMBus-compatible serial interface Allowing any I 2 C bus master to simply read the temperature values Applications A variety of temperature monitoring needs such as DDR4/ DDR3 DIMMs, Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) and Lithium Polymer batteries, Plasma and LCD TVs, notebook and desktop computers, Solid State Drives (SSDs), workstations and servers, digital video recorders (DVRs), energy meters, surveillance cameras, industrial controls, smart lighting, smart energy, servers, PCs, SSDs and various medical devices TEMPERATURE 125

128 TEMPERATURE New Digital Temperature Sensor from Measurement Specialties TSYS02 combines low power, high accuracy in an ultra-small TDFN8 package for high volume on-circuit temperature control Product Overview The new TSYS02 family of digital temperature sensors were designed with ease-of-use and flexibility in mind. Ideal for battery operation, all sensors are shipped fully-calibrated, ready for use. TEMPERATURE Features & Benefits TSYS02 digital temperature sensors offer low DC power requirements, 16 bit resolution and fast thermal response. Different output versions are available (I 2 C, PWM, SDM) that simplify integration with OEM devices. High Accuracy up to ±0.2 C Ready for SMT Assembly Low Self Heating Customer Calibration Available Operating Temperature Range -40 C to +125 C 126 Applications The TSYS02 family of compact digital temperature sensors easily integrates into a variety of industrial control, HVAC/R and heating/cooling systems. Their outstanding performance-cost ratio also makes them ideal for automotive and medical applications. Measuring only 2.5 mm x 2.5 mm, while drawing a maximum of 12.5 µa, these devices are ideal replacements for thermistors, NTCs (negative temperature coefficients) and RTDs (resistance temperature detectors).

129 TEMPERATURE Digital, Plug and Play Infrared Thermometers in a TO-can MLX90614 & MLX90615 family for broad range of industrial, medical and automotive applications Product Overview Melexis infrared thermometer chips are the world s most highly integrated and intelligent IR temperature solutions on the market. At the core is a single or dual IR thermopile, combined with on-board low-noise amplifier, 17-bit ADC and powerful DSP unit. This all in a single TO can package, with no need for external components or signal conditioning circuitry. Excluding the need for external components makes this family of sensors a low-cost plug-and-play solution for any high-accuracy IR thermometer or transducer, capable of measuring to better than 0.2 degrees Celsius. The digital output is provided in SMBus or continuous PWM format. Melexis designs and manufactures the entire system. MLX90614 specific features Easy to integrate small size TO-39 can (9mm diameter) Standard calibration in a wide temperature range: -40 to 125ºC for ambient temperature -70 to 380ºC for object temperature Better than 0,50ºC accuracy in the range of 0-50ºC MLX90615 specific features Easy to integrate small size TO-46 can (4,5mm diameter) Standard calibration in a wide temperature range: -40 to 85ºC for ambient temperature -40 to 115ºC for object temperature 0,20ºC medical accuracy from 36 to 42ºC Typical Applications Home appliances: microwave ovens, cooking stoves, heaters, hair dryers Healthcare Fire/heat detection, alarm systems High precision contact-less temperature measurement Thermal comfort sensor for Mobile Air Conditioning control systems Windshield defogging Temperature sensing element for residential, commercial and industrial building air conditioning Presence detectors Mobile telephones Industrial temperature control Temperature control in laser printers and copiers Sensor grid for multi-zone temperature control Thermal relays/alerts Livestock monitoring Features & Benefits Factory calibrated IR thermometer with linear digital output 2-wire SMBus compatible interface for reading temperatures and sensor reconfiguration Building block for sensor network with up to 100 thermometers High reliability and long-term stability Available for 3 and 5V applications, easy to adapt for voltage sources in range 6-24V Power saving mode for battery operation TEMPERATURE 127

130 TEMPERATURE Low Resolution Thermal Imaging MLX90621: 16X4 array of heat sensitive active thermopiles with wide dynamic range TEMPERATURE 128 Product Overview Melexis MLX90621 is a 16x4 array of thermopile sensors, able to measure a scene with object temperatures between -40 and 300ºC. Each sensing element has its own onchip amplifying and digitization circuit, so every sensor is measuring continuously. In this way the array offers the possibility of a high frame rate without the increase in noise due to multiplexing a large number of signals to a single amplifier. During the production process, calibration constants are stored in the on-board EEPROM. These constants are read by the application microcontroller and used to equalize the digital sensor output and calculate the scene object temperature. Typical Applications Efficient air conditioning Microwave ovens People detection Hot spot detection Building environmental auditing Security / automatic doors Home safety Occupancy monitoring Features & Benefits 16x4 thermal array Factory calibrated Wide field of view: 40X10º, 60X15º or 100X25º Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference NETD < 0.2K Small package: 9mm TO V supply voltage, current consumption < 7mA Object temperature range -50 to 300ºC Programmable frame rate 0.5Hz to 64Hz High speed I 2 C interface Excellent long-term stability Digital Active Thermopile EEPROM Digital Filtering RAM Memory I 2 C Interface Voltage Regulator CL SD VSS VD

131 TEMPERATURE Accurate Measurements in Extreme Environments MLX90616 for extreme contact-less temperature solutions Product Overview A common challenge for current high end thermometer guns is sensitivity to fast temperature changes in their environment. A stabilization period of up to a half hour in the environment is often necessary to achieve new, accurate, measurements. The new MLX90616ESF-HCA thermopile sensor with integrated electronic stabilization function uses proprietary Melexis technology to reduce the stabilization period to less than one minute. The MLX90616ESF-HCA incorporates a secondary thermopile sensor to detect temperature variations in the package and in the optical assembly. The signal of this secondary sensor is used to compensate electronically for the adverse effect on the measurement. In this way it is possible to make a thermometer gun which stabilizes in seconds and gives accurate results in extreme, demanding environments. The MLX90616 is intended to be used in applications where the user places a lens in front of the sensor to adjust the FOV to his application. The sensor-lens combination temperature measurement must be calibrated by the customer. Melexis provides the necessary software to do this in a typical engineering environment. Resolution The calculated object and ambient temperatures are available from RAM memory with a resolution of 0.02 C. They are accessible by a 2 wire serial SMBus compatible protocol (0.02 C resolution) or via 10-bit PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) output. Features & Benefits Easy to integrate Factory calibrated in wide temperature range: -40 to 85ºC for sensor temperature Measurement range -70ºC to 1030ºC Measurement resolution of 0.02ºC Built-in thermal gradient compensation sensor for fast stable readings SMBus compatible digital interface Customizable PWM output for continuous reading 3V supply voltage Sleep mode for reduced power consumption 8-14µm spectral sensitivity TEMPERATURE Extreme Temperature Range The MLX90616 has been specifically designed to measure high object temperatures with a maximum of 1030ºC. The MLX90616 is factory calibrated in a wide temperature range of -40 to 85ºC for the ambient temperature. For integration in thermometer guns it comes with an 8 to 14 micron optical filter. The internal electronics will calculate the object temperature based on the internal temperature, the thermopile output and the calibration data stored in the EEPROM by the thermometer manufacturer during the calibration process. 129

132 TEMPERATURE NXP High Accuracy I 2 C Temperature Sensors TEMPERATURE 130 Product Overview The NXP lineup of I 2 C temperature sensors spans industrystandard devices, to improved specification versions of those parts, all the way to innovative, complex, highly accurate solutions that fit your application at the price point you need. Features & Benefits NXP offers a direct drop-in replacement to the industrystandard LM75, as well as improved specification devices with higher resolution (up to 13-bits), extended temperature range, extremely low operating and standby current consumption and space-saving packages. Along with these ambient temperature sensors, NXP supplies parts that measure temperature at remote locations using a simple diode connection, providing better than ±1 C accuracy. An innovative offset register allows for precise calibration of the remote sensor in the system with no hardware adjustments. Lastly, NXP provides temperature ICs which include nonvolatile memory for DDR3 memory module applications. These devices are JEDEC JC42.4 compliant and are used as SPD (serial presence detect) function on DDR3 memory modules. The serial EEPROM can be used in more generalpurpose applications, such as data logging or standard memory. Type Number Operating Temperature ( C) A/D Converter Resolution (bit) Assignable I 2 C Addresses LM75A -55 C to +125 C 11 8 LM75B -55 C to +125 C 11 8 NE1617A 0 C to +120 C 8 9 NE C to +120 C 8 2 SA C to +125 C 11 8 SE95-55 C to +125 C 13 8 SE97B -40 C to +125 C 11 8 SE98A -40 C to +125 C 11 8 Accuracy of On-Chip Sensor ( ± C) 2 C to +100 C, 3 C to +125 C 2 C to +100 C, 3 C to +125 C 1 C to +100 C, 2 C to +125 C 2 C, 3 C to +120 C 2 C to +100 C, 3 C to +125 C 1 C to +100 C, 2 C5 to +125 C 1 C to +95 C, 2 C to +125 C 2 C to +95 C, 3 C to +125 C Typical Applications The NXP temperature sensor products are ideal for watchdog applications, all the way to system monitor and control use. Some of the typical areas of use are: Thermostats HVAC Industrial control DDR3 DIMM memory modules System thermal management in laptops, desktops and servers Test equipment and instrumentation Accuracy of Remote Diode ( ± C) 3 C to +100 C, 5 C to +125 C 3 C, 5 C to +120 C 1 C to +100 C, 3 C to +125 C Operating Voltage (VDC) Standby Current (ua) Package 2.8~ SO8, TSSOP8 2.8~5.5 1 SO8, TSSOP8, XSON8U 3.0~ SSOP16 (QSOP) 2.8~ SSOP16 (QSOP) 3.0~ ~5.5 7 SO8, TSSOP8, HVSON8 SO8, TSSOP8, wafer 3.0~3.6 5 HWSON8 1.7~3.6 5 TSSOP8, HWSON8

133 TEMPERATURE NTC Sensor Systems Features & Benefits Screw-on temperature measurement, e.g. heat sinks, ovens and appliance chassis Temperature measurement up to +300 C Easy mounting Good thermal coupling through metal tag Customizable sensor design (cable length, R/T characteristics, connectors, housings) High measurement accuracy R kω NTC thermistor in a medium-resistant stainless steel case with cable outlet Temperature range up to +150 C Short thermal response time in water 1 to 4 s Wire heatproof up to +200 C Customizable sensor design (cable length, R/T characteristics, connectors, housings) NTC thermistor in a copper case, moulded with contacts Pipe mounted and surface mounted temperature measurement Short response time through glassencapsulated NTC < 3 s Fast and simple installation Pipe diameter 13.5, 15, 18, 19 and 22 mm Customizable sensor design (R/T characteristics, bracket, clip) NTC thermistor in moulded plastic case with cable outlet Proven design for many years in refrigerator and freezer applications Highly resistant to water/ moisture UL approved Cable text and/or color marking for installation and identification purposes Customizable sensor design (cable lengths, R/T characteristics, connectors, marking) TEMPERATURE Applications Temperature measurement in small appliances and industrial appliances Temperature measurement in small appliances Temperature measurement in heating appliances Temperature measurement in large household appliances Parts: ordering code B57703M0103A017 B57703M0103A018 B57703M0103A019 B57703M0103G040 B57703M0303G040 B57703M0502G040 B57703M1104A002 B57504K0103A009 B58100A0439A B58100A0461A B58100A0463A B58100A0506A B58100A0507A B58100A0527A B58100A0628A B58100A0629A B57020M2502A001 B57020M2502A017 B57020M2502A

134 TEMPERATURE NTC Sensor Systems Glass-encapsulated sensors Miniature sensors with bendable wires NTC sensors with lead spacing Features & Benefits TEMPERATURE Temperature measurement up to +300 C Insulation voltage 500 V/1 s Very short response time R kω Head diameter mm (max.) With and without insulation Special insulation for direct media contact available Temperature measurement up to +155 C Bendable wires Long wires up to 1 m available High measurement accuracy Short response time R 25 2 kω 50 kω Head diameter 2.41 mm (max.) With and without insulation Version with improved resistance to humidity available Lead spacing 2.5 mm and 5 mm Delivery on tape and reel possible Temperature measurement up to +155 C Lead diameter mm Rugged design, epoxy resin encapsulation Cost effective High measurement accuracy R Ω 470 kω Available with and without insulation (flexible coating) Applications Temperature measurement Temperature measurement Temperature measurement 132 Parts: ordering code B57540G... B57541G... B57550G... B57551G... B57560G... B57561G... B57565G... B57861S... B57863S... B57864S... B57867S... B57869S... B57164K... B57871S... B57881S... B57891M... B57891S... B57964S... B57971S... B57981S...

135 INTELLIGENT OPTICAL SENSORS THAT SHAPE THE WORLD OF LIGHT SENSING PROXIMITY DETECTION SENSORS COLOR SENSORS AMBIENT LIGHT SENSORS LINEAR SENSORS ARRAYS LIGHT-TO-DIGITIAL SENSORS LIGHT-TO-FREQUENCY SENSORS LIGHT-TO-VOLTAGE SENSORS