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The calibration process has to be performed in a constant ambient temperature environment. The ambient temperature has to be in range 23°C + 5°C. As a reference measurement a high sensitivity calibrated thermometer can be used with accuracy maximum +0.3°C. It has to be ensured that the chip/module is not pre-heated with an extensive application execution. The measurement of the calibrated temperature T cal is realized by measuring the chip/module surface temperature. At the same time the internal temperature sensor voltage has to be sampled. This measurement determines the calibrated voltage from the internal temperature sensor Vmeas_cal. It is recommended to perform several measurements and to take the average value as the reference.
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