temperature compensation

temperature compensation

[′tem·prə·chər ‚käm·pən‚sā·shən]
(electronics)
The process of making some characteristic of a circuit or device independent of changes in ambient temperature.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This contract will include Itron's new Gallus Pay prepayment meters, which are equipped with electronic temperature compensation. near-field communication for smartphones or smart cards and increased data granularity for improved customer service.
Active Digital Temperature Compensation corrects the sensor for changes in temperature.
The XCM-250-OLED also features colour temperature compensation to match ambient conditions, dual waveform and vector display, and closed caption display.
An integrated temperature probe is provided for temperature compensation. No compressed air is required.
Vishay's VEML6075 provides excellent temperature compensation capability for keeping the output stable under changing temperature.
In this paper, we pay our attention to the temperature compensation of low cost quartz accelerometers, and the main contributions include (1) proposing a mathematical temperature compensation model for zero sensor output, especially, when the temperature curve changes with the roll angle, (2) presenting a feasible and effective solution for the whole compensation of quartz accelerometer, and (3) applying the proposed temperature compensation method in the tilt sensing system.
Integrated surface mount electronics provide signal conditioning and temperature compensation. The three ranges consist of absolute (Type 4260A), gauge (Type 4262A) and differential (4264A) pressure sensors all with an accuracy of up to 0.05% FS and long-term stability of 0.1% FS per year.
Combined with global certifications, menu-driven programming, and automatic leakag / temperature compensation, the 5500 is the all-in-one solution for Div.
Temperature compensation is included with a choice of four sensor types.
Simply and intuitively, the guide asks an operator a series of questions about their requirements, including the type of application, sample size, materials of construction and temperature compensation and narrows the electrode choices from a field of hundreds to a few.
The topics include voltage reference, error sources in bandgap voltage reference circuit, temperature compensation techniques, high order curvature correction, and CMOS voltage reference without resistors.

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