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Active temperature sensors are frequently used in industrial and construction engineering, mostly because of the lengthy wire connections.
Active temperature sensors communicate with the control system by converting the recorded temperature into a digital signal, which sets them apart from traditional temperature sensors.
Active temperature sensors are different from traditional temperature sensors in that they use a digital signal to communicate with the control system after converting the observed temperature. All of the temperature sensors we offer feature an output signal that is specified for 0–10V (voltage output) or 4–20mA. (current output).
The benefits of the active sensors we give include a choice of 24 measurement ranges and precision of +/- 2K + max. of the final value (the screw-in sensors are the only exception).
Using a potentiometer, we can manually adjust the “offset” of the sensors to +/-1 K. A low-power e-ink display can be added to some active temperature sensors..
The Global Active Temperature Sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
LIS2DTW12TR MEMS Digital Output Dual Motion and Temperature Sensor LIS2DTW12TR MEMS Digital Output Dual Motion and Temperature Sensor from STMicroelectronics is an ultra-low-power, high-performance, three-axis linear accelerometer and temperature sensor that is a member of the “femto” family.
It makes use of a reliable, established manufacturing process. The device can measure accelerations at output data rates ranging from 1.6 Hz to 1600 Hz and has user-selectable complete scales of 2 g, 4 g, 8 g, and 16 g.
The LIS2DTW12 includes an integrated temperature sensor with an accuracy of 0.8°C (typical), ODRs from 50 Hz to 1.6 Hz, and resolutions from 8 bits to 12 bits.The embedded 32-level first-in, first-out (FIFO) buffer on the LIS2DTW12 enables users to save data and limit host processor involvement.
The user can examine the sensor’s performance in the intended application thanks to the incorporated self-test feature.
Free-fall, wakeup, highly configurable single- and double-tap recognition, activity/inactivity, stationary/motion detection, portrait/landscape detection, and 6D/4D orientation are all processed by a separate internal engine on the device that is specifically designed to process motion and acceleration detection.
The LIS2DTW12 is certified to function across an extended temperature range from -40°C to +85°C and is offered in a tiny, thin, plastic land grid array package (LGA).
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