Keyword: temperature sensor
RTDs and thermocouples benefit from the addition of integral signal conditioners that improve accuracy, noise immunity/isolation, system flexibility/diagnostics, and cost-effectiveness.
Temperature sensors are everywhere—from the thermostat on the wall to the sensors in processing and manufacturing lines. To accommodate this variety of applications, the sensor industry has developed a number of sensing techniques. Here’s an overview of how each one works.
After briefly reviewing how RTDs, IC sensors, thermistors, and thermocouples are constructed and used to measure temperature, we discuss what differentiates these sensors from one another.
Inertial-grade MEMS capacitive accelerometers with internal temperature sensor offer
five full standard G-ranges.
Cost effective, high performance fiber optic temperature sensing module designed for high accuracy etching and wafer fab processes.
The STS35 temperature sensor addresses the needs of demanding markets such as the medical and automotive sectors.
Infrared temperature sensor with IO-Link can withstand up to +1,250°C.
Sometimes we get, for lack of a better word, ‘engaged’ in ‘diverse’ ventures and miss the point.
Monitoring and regulating temperature is fundamental to life, and creating the technology to achieve this has been the work of many scientists throughout history.
Infrared temperature sensor handles high temps, ideal for autonomous vehicle and other heavy duty, harsh locale designs.