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  • WHITFORD TEST METHOD 112A:MEASUREMENT OF CURE TEMPERATURE WITH A THERMOCOUPLE
    This procedure describes a method for measuring the temperature of articles during curing in an oven. The measured temperature is the TEMPERATURE OF THE PART (METAL TEMPERATURE), NOT THE AIR TEMPERATURE OF THE OVEN. The measurement is made with a length of thermocouple wire that is attached
  • Electronic Load Best Practices Produce Quality Results
    THE DEVICE UNDER TEST TO THE ELECTRONIC LOAD. Ideally, making the connecting wires as short and as large as possible eliminates many of the measurement problems introduced by the connecting wires; however, this is not always possible. This Application Note reviews the impacts of connecting wire length
  • Hot tips on thermocouples
    between the hot and cold ends. The length or gage size of the wire has no effect on the voltage generated. Although there is electron movement in any single conductor, it is virtually impossible to get a voltage measurement from it. Readers will recall voltage is the difference
  • Strain Gage Technical Data
    The most universal measuring device for the electrical measurement of mechanical quantities is the strain gage. Several types of strain gages depend on the proportional variance of electrical resistance to strain: the piezoresistive or semi-conductor gage, the carbon-resistive gage, the bonded
  • A Novel Ultra-miniature catheter tip pressure sensor fabricated using silicon and glass thinning techniques
    A novel subminiature pressure sensor for blood pressure measurement has been fabricated. The device is only 250 microns wide and 70 microns thick. It is 1.1 mm in length. The sensor is housed in a guide-wire lead for use in measuring coronary artery blood pressure. The device has a 5 micron thick
  • Why Choose Riedon (a Resistor Company) For Your Special RTD Requirements
    the element and provide a thermal path to the measurement, lead wires, and a termination or connection. RTDs are often made with platinum, nickel or nickel alloy wire as their sensing resistance element. Platinum is a popular choice; it can withstand high temperatures and maintain excellent stability

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