LM35 Temperature Sensor Pinout and Projects

The LM35 is a temperature sensor that can measure temperature in degrees Celsius with an output voltage that is directly proportional to the temperature being measured. The sensor is based on the LM35 integrated circuit, which is a precision analog temperature sensor. This sensor is commonly used in electronic circuits and systems to measure temperature. It has a linear output and a high accuracy of ±0.5°C at room temperature, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.

The LM35 sensor works by converting the temperature of the object being measured into an analog voltage output. The output voltage of the LM35 increases by 10 mV for every 1°C increase in temperature. For example, if the temperature being measured is 25°C, the output voltage of the LM35 will be 250 mV.

The LM35 temperature sensor can be interfaced with a microcontroller or other digital circuitry to provide temperature readings in digital format. It can also be used in analog circuits for temperature control or monitoring. The LM35 is a low-cost and widely available sensor, making it a popular choice for temperature sensing applications.

LM35 Temperature Sensor Pinout Diagram:

LM35 Temperature Sensor Pinout
LM35 Temperature Sensor Pinout


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