High-temp voltage reference device unveiled

Engineers at Honeywell Inc. Solid State Electronics Center in Plymouth, Minn., are adding the 5-volt voltage reference device to their family of high-temperature metal oxide silicon electronics, better known as HTMOS. The device, called the HTVREF-05 operates in temperatures between -55 and 225 degrees Celsius, and will operate in even hotter temperatures for more than one year with derated performance. The device provides the reference voltage for data acquisition systems operating in extreme t

Engineers at Honeywell Inc. Solid State Electronics Center in Plymouth, Minn., are adding the 5-volt voltage reference device to their family of high-temperature metal oxide silicon electronics, better known as HTMOS. The device, called the HTVREF-05 operates in temperatures between -55 and 225 degrees Celsius, and will operate in even hotter temperatures for more than one year with derated performance. The device provides the reference voltage for data acquisition systems operating in extreme temperatures. Applications include avionics, turbine engine control, electric power conversion, heavy-duty internal combustion engines, industrial process control, nuclear reactors, and down-hole oil wells. Honeywell experts base their HTMOS technology on their silicon on insulator technology, which has a proven track record in radiation-hardened military and commercial space applications. For more information, contact Honeywell`s Connie Krauth by phone at 612-954-2692, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.ssec.honeywell.com. - J.K.

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