One of the most popular and frequently utilized sensors is the temperature sensor. They are used in commercial and industrial structures, office buildings, hospitals, and underground parking garages in addition to individual residences.
Additionally, they play a significant role in a variety of industries, including the computer and automobile industries. A temperature sensor is installed into every laptop and car to measure the temperature precisely and avoid overheating. Building management systems work similarly.
Temperature sensors regulate the indoor temperature by turning on and off heat pumps, air conditioners, and other HVAC equipment automatically.
A passive sensor is a microwave device created to detect and measure the natural emissions emitted by the surface and atmosphere of the Earth. The surface material affects how much power passive sensors can measure,physical temperature, surface roughness, and other physical characteristics.
The Global Passive 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.
A number of new items are introduced by HK Instruments: PTE series has been enlarged with a brand-new series of liquid temperature sensors, our DPT series is strengthened by the high precision differential pressure transmitter DPT-Priima, and we have a brand-new Siro series made up of CO2, relative humidity, and VOC transmitters.
The DPT-Priima is a differential pressure transmitter with high precision that is intended for applications where the needed accuracy is more than what can be achieved by standard building automation pressure transmitters.
Pressure monitoring in cleanrooms and above the building envelope are the two most typical applications. A novel, incredibly accurate sensor, an optional span point calibration, and automatic zero point calibration are all features of the DPT-Priima.
In HVAC systems, liquid temperature is sensed using PTE passive temperature sensors. PTE sensors are high-end, user-friendly solutions with affordable prices. The series consists of a frost guard sensor, surface sensor, quick response immersion sensor, and immersion sensor.
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