HDC1000 – Low Power, High Accuracy Humidity Sensor with Integrated Digital Temperature Sensor




TI’s new HDC1000 integrated humidity and temperature sensor provides high accuracy and low power in a small, dust-resistant package.

Designers of building control equipment can implement accurate, energy-saving climate control in small spaces, while designers of home appliances and consumer goods can easily add humidity-sensing capabilities to their products.

HDC1000 – Low Power, High Accuracy Humidity Sensor with Integrated Digital Temperature Sensor




High accuracy, low power

The HDC1000 consumes only 1.2 µA average current when measuring relative humidity and temperature at 11-bit resolution, once per second, extending battery life in remote applications.

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