The MLX90329 is an automotive sensor interface IC with a SENT output that can be used to interface all kind of resistive sensors configured as a Wheatstone bridge found typically in pressure sensors applications as well as external NTCs for temperature measurement.

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Top features

  • Sensor interface IC for use in harsh automotive environments

  • High EMC robustness

  • Possibilities to achieve outstanding overall sensor performances

  • SENT output with option for pressure, factory calibrated on chip or NTC temperature as well as non-calibrated temperature derived from pressure sensor Wheatstone bridge

  • Outstanding accuracy for factory calibrated NTC within ±1°C
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Automotive pressure sensor interface with a SENT output - MLX90329

Product description

The MLX90329 is an automotive sensor interface IC with a SENT output that can be used to interface all kind of resistive sensors configured as a Wheatstone bridge found typically in pressure sensors applications as well as external NTCs for temperature measurement.

The NTC information can be factory calibrated at Melexis for the chosen customer NTC.

Features and benefits

  • Sensor interface IC for use in harsh automotive environments

  • High EMC robustness

  • Possibilities to achieve outstanding overall sensor performances

  • SENT output with option for pressure, factory calibrated on chip or NTC temperature as well as non-calibrated temperature derived from pressure sensor Wheatstone bridge

  • Outstanding accuracy for factory calibrated NTC within ±1°C

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