Keyword: temperature sensor
Component integrates platinum RTD sensor and a digital signal converter.
Humidity sensor suits battery-powered applications.
Unlike photoelectric detectors or ionization alarms, thermistors only require heat to activate.
TR4 Series offers on-the-go access with the mobile app.
Reliable and cost-effective 360-degree vision detection, enabled by various sensors, is at the heart of development of autonomous vehicles.
Current limiting NTC thermistors feature DIN-rail-mountable packages.
Powerful inspection, troubleshooting, and diagnostic tool features IR-guided technology.
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.