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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Market Research Future published a research report on "Global Temperature Sensors Market Research Report- Forecast 2023" - Market Analysis, Scope, Stake, Progress, Trends and Forecast to 2023.
Together with OSENSA's PRB-100 and PRB-400 probes, the temperature sensors deliver an industry leading [+ or -]0.1[degrees]C accuracy and rapid response time over a calibrated temperature measurement range from 10[degrees]C to 60[degrees]C.
Comparison between these two values is a calibration identifying errors in the temperature sensor. If both sensors see 118[degrees]C, the RTD sensor is still in calibration.
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.
To design highly sensitive compact temperature sensor, the liquid which has high temperature sensitivity is the important characteristics for the liquid filled PhC.
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.
Lower the operating costs: Product processes that need a specific range of temperature can be based on stepwise approach and if you dont have a device engineered by the best Temperature Sensor Manufacturers in India you might need to reinvent the wheel again and implement the entire process again to attain the specified value.
However, for precision temperature sensors, "about" isn't good enough.
A traditional temperature sensor reports the temperature where the sensor is located.
Absorbent Article Comprising a Temperature Sensor and a Temperature Change Material: Carolyn Berland, Molndal, Sweden; and Tomas Karlson, Savedalen, Sweden.
The total process comprises of two main parts, that is, the sensing of temperature using a temperature sensor and hence controlling of the same, using a real time controlling software.

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