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  • Pressure transducer with millivolt output
    Pressure sensors with millivolt output signal, in the Danfoss language known as "pressure. transducers", were in past days used in general industries due to limited technological capabilities. Nowadays such sensors are to a great extent replaced by ratiometric pressure transmitters with. amplified
  • Chloride Determination in Copper-Sulfuric Acid Plating Bath
    Equipment: Meter: pH/Millivolt meter. Readability of 1 mV required, 0.1 mV preferred. Specific ion meter will provide direct readout of final answer or concentration factor. Consult manual for millivolt measurement instructions. If the electrode is being used for the first time, please follow
  • Determination of Ionized Calcium in Skim Milk
    Ionized calcium in skim milk can be measured directly in the normal range (1 mM to 4 mM) utilizing the Iotron Calcium Electrode. Potassium Chloride is added to both standard and sample for consistent ionic strength. Equipment: Meter: pH/Millivolt meter. Readability of 1 mV required, 0.1 mV
  • Chloride Analysis in Water
    and swamp waters. Sulfide is easily removed by aeration. Equipment: Meter: pH/Millivolt meter. Readability of 1 mV required, 0.1 mV preferred. Specific ion meter will provide direct readout of final answer or concentration factor. Consult manual for millivolt measurement instructions.
  • Bromide Analysis in Nickel Sulfamate Bath
    may be present in trace amounts. As bromide concentrations may vary widely, use the following method as a general guide line. Equipment: Meter: pH/Millivolt meter. Readability of 1 mV required, 0.1 mV preferred. Specific ion meter will provide direct readout of final answer or concentration factor
  • Bromide Analysis in Water
    The following analysis is valid for bromide levels as low as 0.5 ppm. Check the deionized water used in reagent preparation. The specific conductivity should be no greater than 2.0 uSCM-1 (5 Mohms). Sample solutions should be free of iodide and sulfide ions. Equipment: Meter: pH/Millivolt meter
  • Proper Calibration Techniques (.pdf)
    Before any electrodes are placed into initial service and then about once a month thereafter, depending on the application, a two point calibration of the electrodes are required. A two point calibration corrects for changes in the output of the pH electrode (slope) and the millivolt offset (Eo
  • Introduction to Thermopile Detectors
    and do not emit any radiation. Our detector's spectral absorption is flat from the ultraviolet to the far infrared. Spectral sensitivity is defined by the selection of optical band-pass filters. Thermopile output is generally in the micro-Volt to milli-Volt range depending on target size, temperature
  • MA-C-06010009: CATV Terms and Terminologies
    components for their broadband RF networks. These are terms that are not often seen and understood by RF and microwave engineers. The CATV industry, however, prefers to define signal strength relative to 1 millivolt, or dBmV. If the system impedance Z is known there are two useful equations
  • AN112 Filtering in Signal Conditioning Modules, SCMs
    with output voltages in the millivolt range are certainly degraded by induced noise levels on the order of volts. Consequently, signal conditioning modules must provide filtering to eliminate induced noise components. Hundreds of articles and text books have been written on filters that provide

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