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  • Implementing Ohmmeter/Temperature Sensor
    This application note describes a method forimplementing an ohmmeter or resistance type temperature sensor using the PIC16C5X series of microcontrollers. The ohmmeter requires only two external components and is software and hardware configurable for resistance measurement with resolutions from
  • Temperature sensors: Thermocouples
    thermocouples determine their qualities and are identified by a letter code. The four most common types are J, K, T, and E. One advantage thermo-couples have over other temperature sensors is that they need no electrical power to operate they generate their own. A thermocouple connected directly
  • Thermocouple and RTD Temperature Sensor Selection
    This is part 3 of a comprehensive three part series that provides information for choosing an industrial. temperature sensor from Thermocouple (T/C) and Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) sensor types.
  • Oscillator Circuits For RTD Temperature Sensors
    This application note shows how to design a temperature sensor oscillator circuit using Microchip's low-cost MCP6001 operational amplifier (op amp) and the MCP6541 comparator. Oscillator circuits can be used to provide an accurate temperature measurement with a Resistive Temperature Detector (RTD
  • New, more robust RTD temperature sensor
    To prolong the life of marine diesel and gas engines, it's important to monitor and control exhaust gas temperatures - and this requires an accurate temperature sensor. Based on two types of sensor technology, temperature sensors either use a Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) with PT100 thin
  • Accuracy Considerations for MCU-Based Temperature Sensors
    Consumer and commercial thermal applications all rely on temperature sensors. Complex industrial applications, such as optical transceiver modules and motor control systems, often use the temperature data in a control loop and take actions based on the data, making temperature sensor accuracy vital
  • Wiring Guide for Dual Output Vibration and Temperature Sensors
    Wiring guide for dual output vibration and temperature sensors Wilcoxon Research manufactures three types of sensors that output a vibration signal and a DC voltage proportional to temperature. The temperature signal is a DC voltage. It is not a thermocouple or a resistance-temperature device (RTD
  • 4-Step Guide to Choosing the Right Temperature Sensor
    Temperature measurements are among the most common data logging applications found across a broad variety of industries including medical monitoring, cold chain integrity, machine monitoring, and many more. There are 4 main types of temperature sensors that are used with data loggers, and it can

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  • Manual of the Technical temperature measurement
    The knowledge of which is equally important like the knowledge the Pr�f- and calibrating method, after that temperature sensors and the - meters of the manufacturer and in calibrating laboratories are checked and calibrated in order that they can be checked in turn �
  • New Optical Sensor Suite for Ultrahigh Temperature Fossil Fuel Application
  • Temperature Measurement 2nd Edition
    1.4.3 The non-electrical contacting temperature sensors .
  • Sensor technique
    By a temperature sensor with a resistance thermometer as sensor element, the resistance change in a bridge circuit in a voltage change is transformed and subsequently in the desired reinforced normalized output insteps.
  • Handbook of Gas Sensor Materials
    Since detection occurs at high temperature, the environmental humidity and temperature are not strong interfering factors for metal oxide gas sensors as occurs with room- temperature sensors such as polymer-based devices.
  • Handbook of Modern Sensors
    16 Temperature Sensors ...................................................
  • Handbook of Modern Sensors
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  • Gas Sensing Fundamentals
    A workgroup of the DGM (German Material Science Association) focuses on high temperature sensor physics and chemistry.