Digital Sensors for Connected Devices

Our digital component sensors (DCS) support a broad range of digital sensor products including sensor boards. With low power and a small footprint, our digital sensors are particularly suitable for wearable and connected devices that gather and share information about health monitoring, fitness, air quality and related applications and can be tested and qualified using various commercial available platforms.

Product Features:

Capabilities of TE's Digital Sensor Portfolio
  • Simple integration of TE sensor technologies across standard development kit platforms to simplify the part qualification process
  • Sensor technologies available include pressure, temperature, humidity, and position with various products integrating multiple sensor types within the same kit
  • Ease of use with available software/firmware drivers, graphical user interfaces, and manuals available for download
Mikroe™ Click Boards™ for TE Connectivity Sensors

Mikroe™ Click Boards™ for TE Connectivity Sensors

Mikroe offers plug-and-play Click Boards for a variety of our sensors designed to add extra functionality to existing development kits. We have partnered with Mikroe to offer customers a broad portfolio of reference design boards to help reduce development effort and accelerate time to market. These small, function-specific add-on modules all have a common interface to the mikroBUS™ adapter board. Reference design examples are provided to get the user started quickly.


Explore Mikroe Click Boards with sensors from TE Connectivity


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HTU31D - Temp&Hum 14 Click
TSYS03 - Thermo 20 Click
MS5607 Altitude 2 Click

Grove Humidity Temperature Sensor Board with HTU21D sensor

Our sensor development boards provide the necessary hardware to provide an interface with any system that utilitize Grove System compatible expansion ports configurable for I2C communication. Each of our sensor boards are fully calibrated during manufacturing. The external control signal 5V supply using the standard 2-wire I2C connection scheme. As IC is power rated at 3.6V, the boards integrate necessary fixtures such as a regulator and electrical level shift so that the SCL and SDA signals could be driven directly from an external 5V I2C lines and power supply.