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Microcontroller operating in 70 celcius

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by jining, Sep 18, 2012.

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  1. jining

    jining Guest


    In my project, my microcontroller may have to operating in +70 celcius C.Will this temperature influence the board behave? Any electronic elements on the board could be have a problem with the high tempreature?

    please any idea will be valuable for me!

  2. jining

    jining Guest

  3. As someone said you have to check the spec sheets. Typical operating
    range is to 85C. But I don't know about uC's. You have to look at
    the derating of any power components on the board. At higher ambient
    temperature they get too hot if asked to disipate too much power.

    George H.
  4. fungus

    fungus Guest

    What "microcontroller"?

    All these things have specifications. Find
    the datasheet and/or specifications for
    whatever microcontroller you have.

    Anything else is just guessing.
  5. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    it's hot, but not too hot for most things.
    start downloading datasheets.
  6. Guest

    Look for automotive grade parts. They regularly have to deal with ambient
    temperatures above that.
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