Temperature sensors are vital to a variety of everyday products
The most commonly measured physical parameter is temperature whether in process industry applications or in laboratory settings. Exact measurements are critical part of success. Exact measurements are needed for many applications such as medical applications, materials research in labs, studies of electronic or electrical components, biological research, and geological studies. Most commonly, temperature sensors are used to measure temperature in circuits which control a variety of equipment’s.
Need for Temperature Sensors
Temperature sensors are vital to a variety of everyday products. For example, household ovens, refrigerators, and thermostats all rely on temperature maintenance and control in order to function properly. Temperature control also has applications in chemical engineering. Examples of this include maintaining the temperature of a chemical reactor at the ideal set-point, monitoring the temperature of a possible runaway reaction to ensure the safety of employees, and maintaining the temperature of streams released to the environment to minimize harmful environmental impact.