thermal drift

thermal drift

[′thər·məl ′drift]
(electronics)
Drift caused by internal heating of equipment during normal operation or by changes in external ambient temperature.
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Once the vacuum is applied, recalibration is required after every temperature change due to thermal drift effects.
Series also presents good dynamic response (to 200 Hz) and low thermal drift
However, in these cases a thermal drift of the device need to be eliminated.
This technology has been designed to have minimum thermal drift.
Well, some part of it has to be Mako wanting to continue to make EOTech's thermal drift woes news, and also bring light to its line of competing optics, which are made to the specs of Israeli Special forces.
As always, there's trouble in the details, especially when it comes to thermal drift or special and unique LED characteristics.
Active surface referencing technology reduces thermal drift (10 nm/min at 400[degrees]C) and our unique materials design allows for negligible thermal expansion.
The sensors are housed in a heated manifold, which eliminates thermal drift, the company said.
Typical uses include tool identification, tool breakage detection, presetting of unknown tools, tool dynamic length and diameter measurement, tool wear compensation, tool cutting edge profile integrity verification, and machine axis thermal drift compensation.
Moving or glassing into thermal drift can help you spot game.
At very low frequencies, thermal drift is a problem.