By Jacob Fraden
The Handbook's insurance of sensors is large, starting from easy photodiodes to advanced units containing parts together. It deals hard-to-find reference info at the houses of diverse fabrics and sensing parts and emphasizes units which are much less famous, whose expertise remains to be being sophisticated, and whose use allows the dimension of variables that have been formerly inaccessible.
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For instance, a sensor may be periodically swung from freezing to hot temperatures. 18), as the preaging process reveals many hidden defects. For instance, epoxy-coated thermistors may be greatly improved if they are maintained at +150◦ C for 1 month before they are calibrated and installed in a product. Environmental conditions to which a sensor is subjected do not include variables which the sensor measures. For instance, an air-pressure sensor usually is subjected not just to air pressure but to other influences as well, such as the temperatures of air and surrounding components, humidity, vibration, ionizing radiation, electromagnetic fields, gravitational forces, and so forth.
A nonlinearity is a maximum deviation (L) of a real transfer function from the approximation straight line. 8 Nonlinearity 21 Fig. 4. Transfer function with hysteresis. ” When more than one calibration run is made, the worst linearity seen during any one calibration cycle should be stated. g, in kPa or ◦ C). “Linearity,” when not accompanied by a statement explaining what sort of straight line it is referring to, is meaningless. There are several ways to specify a nonlinearity, depending how the line is superimposed on the transfer function.
In this book, we use terminology that is traditional in the United States. References 1. Thompson, S. Control Systems: Engineering & Design. Longman Scientific & Technical, Essex, UK, 1989. 12 Data Acquisition 2. Norton, H. N. Handbook of Transducers. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1989. 3. White, R. W. A sensor classification scheme. In: Microsensors. IEEE Press, New York, 1991, pp. 3–5. 4. The International System of Units (SI). N. , NIST Special Publication 330, 2001. 2 Sensor Characteristics “O, what men dare do!
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