With the Your IoT Contest continuing merrily along, we present the latest in our series on great products that can help you innovate and come up with the next big IoT idea. This time, we’re talking about the Si7034 Temperature and Relative Humidity Sensor, a tiny sensor component coming in at a minuscule 2 X 2 mm.
This sensor combines fully factory-calibrated humidity and temperature sensor elements with an analog to digital converter, signal processing and an I2C host interface. The low-K polymer dielectrics provides both accuracy and long term stability, along with low drift and low hysteresis. The innovative CMOS design also offers the lowest power consumption in the industry for a relative humidity and temperature sensor.
The Si7034 comes from the factory fully calibrated, meaning that you don’t need to do any calibration during PCB assembly. With full factory calibration, all Si70xx devices require no addition RH/temperature calibration during PCB assembly. The voltage is in the 1.67 V to 1.98 V range that’s become so popular among wearable and other consumer devices.
So let’s see…tiny form factor, pre-calibrated, accurate and stable with the lowest power consumption in the industry. Any ideas yet? Get your hands on an evaluation kit and ideas are sure to follow.
Why not get started today? You could win $10,000 in Silicon Labs components to bring your idea to reality.
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