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Humidity & Temperature Sensor
Humidity & Temperature Sensor

A low-cost member of the Sensirion’s SH2x family, the SHT20 humidity and temperature sensor with a typical accuracy of 3% RH is distinguished by such features as high long-term stability, full calibration and both digital and analog interfaces. It is based on the CMOSens technology, which enables high production volumes with good value for money. Despite being significantly less costly than its predecessor, depending on purchase volume, the sensor offers a temperature measurement accuracy of ±0.4 °C and a measuring range of -40 to +120 °C. With a 3x3-mm footprint and 1.1-mm profile, it is one of the smallest sensors in its class. These properties make it the first choice for many applications.

Posted on May 29, 2012 - (622 views)
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Sensirion AG
Laubisrütistrasse 50
8712 Stäfa ZH - Switzerland
+41-44-306 40 00
+41-44-3064030
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Sensirion is a leading manufacturer of high-performance humidity sensors and flow sensor solutions. The product range includes humidity & temperature sensors, gas and liquid flow sensors, mass flow controllers, and differential pressure sensors.

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