TUTORIAL 6500

Temperature Sensor Tutorial

By:  Robert Nicoletti, Applications Manager in the Audio Solutions Group

Abstract: Temperature sensors are in our buildings and homes measuring temperature for HVAC systems, refrigerators, freezers, and computers as well as industrial applications such as motor controls, assembly lines, processing, and manufacturing. There are many different types of temperature sensors that exist to accommodate this wide variety of temperature sensing needs and applications. This tutorial covers the most common types of temperature sensors, their advantages and disadvantages, and the important considerations in selecting a temperature sensor best suited for various applications.

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