Freescale NXP

NXP Semiconductors was founded in 2006. Its predecessor was the Semiconductor Division established by Philips of the Netherlands in 1953, and is headquartered in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

In 2015, NXP acquired Freescale Semiconductor, which was founded by Motorola, and became the world's top ten non-storage semiconductor companies and the world's largest supplier of automotive semiconductors.

Now all Freescale sensors refer to NXP products.

Covering different performance and detecting range, NXP sensor solutions include a wide range of NXP accelerometer (NXP motion sensor, Freescale motion sensor, Freescale accelerometer, Freescale acceleration sensor), gyroscopes, magnetoresistance and pressure solutions.

NXP pressure sensor/Freescale pressure sensor solutions (including gauge pressure, NXP differential pressure sensor, Freescale absolute pressure sensor, and Freescale tire pressure sensor.) consist of high precision MEMS automotive pressure sensor for automotive applications and FXTH87 TPMS solution for heavy trucks.

NXP offers a broad portfolio of NXP magnetic sensor, such as NXP angle sensors, NXP speed sensors, magnetometers, and electronic compasses.
It is suitable for a variety of IoT, consumer electronics, medical and industrial applications, from automotive speed sensing and angle sensing applications to magnetic field anomaly detection and electronic compass navigation applications. These solutions have accuracy, reliability, high resolution performance and high efficiency, so they are very suitable for applications that require high accuracy and low power consumption.

For temperature detecting and monitoring, NXP provides silicon temperature sensors (KTY83 and KTY84) and I2C digital temperature sensors.

The KTY series of NXP temperature sensors are silicon-based temperature sensors that provide high-precision measurement and longer running time for automotive applications from temperature control to engine monitoring.
I2C bus temperature/voltage monitors provide first-class industrial accuracy for personal computers, electronic devices, RDIMM and industrial controllers.

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  1. Freescale NXP Sensor FXPS7165DI4T1
    Working pressure: 8.7PSI~23.93PSI(60kPa~165kPa)
    Output type: I?C
    Output: 32 b
    Accuracy: + / - 0.51 PSI (3.5 kPa) -
    Voltage-power supply: 3.1V~5.25V
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    $9.88
  2. Freescale NXP Sensor FXPS7165DS4T1
    Working pressure: 8.7PSI~23.93PSI(60kPa~165kPa)
    Output type: SPI
    Output: 32 b
    Accuracy: + / - 0.51 PSI (3.5 kPa) -
    Voltage-power supply: 3.1V~5.25V
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    $9.88
  3. Freescale NXP Sensor FXPS7400DI4T1
    Working pressure: 2.9PSI~58.02PSI(20kPa~400kPa)
    Output type: I2C
    Output: 32 b
    Accuracy: + / - 0.51 PSI (3.5 kPa) -
    Voltage-power supply: 3.1V~5.25V
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    $9.88
  4. Freescale NXP Sensor FXTH87XX
    Description:
    100 kPa to 1800
    kPa, X or XZ , SO8,
    16 kB flash, 512 B
    RAM, 315/434 MHz
    transceiver, 125 kHz LF
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  5. Freescale NXP Sensor KMI17/4
    Based on the Anisotropic MagnetoResistive (AMR) effect, the KMI17/4 detects the rotational speed of passive target wheels (i.e. having ferromagnetic teeth). This design delivers secure speed information over a wide range of speed, air gap and temperature. It delivers the speed information via a current protocol at the supply pins.
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    $8.50
  6. Freescale NXP Sensor KMZ60
    The MagnetoResistive (MR) sensor with integrated amplifier is designed for angular control applications and BrushLess DC (BLDC) motors with even-numbered pole pairs.
    It consists of two microchips within one package, an angle sensor and an amplifier Integrated Circuit (IC). The circuit delivers cosine and sine output signals related to the angle of a rotating magnetic field. The output voltage range is ratiometric related to the supply voltage. The Temperature Coefficient (TC) of the sensor amplitude can be compensated. A ratiometric output voltage linear to the temperature is delivered.
    A Power-down mode is implemented.
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    $28.10
  7. Freescale NXP Sensor MMA1725WR2
    DSI3 compatible
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    $48.00
  8. Freescale NXP Sensor MMA8652FCR1
    Output Data Rates (ODR) from 1.56 Hz to 800 Hz
    12-bit digital output
    I2C digital output interface with programmable interrupts
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    $35.00
  9. Freescale NXP Sensor MPL3150A2
    I2C digital output interface
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    $11.12
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