temperature sensor


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temperature sensor

[′tem·prə·chər ‚sen·sər]
(engineering)
A device designed to respond to temperature stimulation.
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The A2NCT02 is a fully contained miniature digital non-contact temperature sensor with embedded calibration and integrated 14[degrees] FOV lens.
To design highly sensitive compact temperature sensor, the liquid which has high temperature sensitivity is the important characteristics for the liquid filled PhC.
From an injection molding point of view, this balance time is very similar to the fill time, depending on the location of the temperature sensors in the cavities.
It is desirable to place the skin side temperature sensor in good contact with the skin and in a location where the correction for core temperature is not large.
The increasing demand for temperature sensors among industrial end users would drive the temperature sensors market"
16 -- The demand for temperature sensors has increased in automotive industry especially in applications like powertrain, safety and controls and alternative fuel vehicles.
In contrast to conventional techniques using surveillance cameras or thermocouples and resistance temperature detectors, distributed temperature sensors can be routed along any object that requires management.
A cavity temperature sensor, however, was clamped with the help of a distance sleeve as a standard because this has no influence on the temperature measurement.
Temperature sensor TDS 95 is used for non-contact measurement of the surface temperature of materials.

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