temperature transducer


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temperature transducer

[′tem·prə·chər tranz‚dü·sər]
(engineering)
A device in an automatic temperature-control system that converts the temperature into some other quantity such as mechanical movement, pressure, or electric voltage; this signal is processed in a controller, and is applied to an actuator which controls the heat of the system.
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'I just lost four separate temperature transducers on the left side of the vehicle, the hydraulic return temperatures,' he said.
The primary sensors were solid-state temperature transducers. We were limited to 16 total channels, four of which were used for two differential voltage measurements to track the system's electrical state.
In this case special high temperature transducers must be used or in order to protect conventional ultrasonic transducers from influence of a high temperature and avoid depolarization, measurements must be performed using special waveguides with a low thermal conductivity between the object under investigation and an ultrasonic transducer.
East Wenatchee, WA, April 20, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Paine Electronics next generation of Silicon On Insulator (SOI) high pressure and temperature transducers are specifically designed for high reliability, accuracy and long term stability over extended temperature ranges and long distances.
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Traditionally, these measurements have been mechanical in nature, with linkages between the pressure and temperature transducers, and the pens on a chart recorder.
Supplies melt-pressure and temperature transducers.

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