Sensors

Build smarter systems

Sensors for today's design challenges and tomorrow's innovations

Support your unique design needs, enable high performance, improve accuracy, reduce power consumption and increase range of detection in a variety of package sizes.??

Temperature sensors

Integrate smart thermal monitoring into your design with our high-accuracy, low-power and small-package options.

mmWave sensors

Rapidly and accurately sense range, angle and velocity with less power using the industry’s first RFCMOS single-chip millimeter wave sensors.

Magnetic sensors

Unmatched durability and dependability make our magnetic Hall effect sensors the simplest solution for any position-sensing application.

Humidity sensors

Monitor your humidity and tempature precisely with industry leading low-power devices in small package options.

Specialty sensors

Enhance your system performance with highly integrated position, presence and pressure sensor solutions.

Sensor resources

Watch and learn with over 150 free, on-demand training videos covering sensor basics to complex design challenges.

Solve your technical problems quickly by connecting directly with fellow engineers.

Download and read user's guides, application notes, white papers and more covering all things TI Sensors.

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