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Temperature Sensor Amplifier

September 2, 2009
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The 5000 temperature sensor amplifier is a two-channel unit that reads the output from up to two of the company’s temperature sensors and converts the signals to scalable analog voltage ranges. Signals can then be read by analog input channels on a host, such as a PC or gaging or data acquisition system. The amplifier and sensors can be used for any temperature data collection activity. For temperature compensated gaging applications, the two-channel system enables the use of one sensor to monitor workpiece and master temperatures while the other channel monitors gage fixture or ambient temperature.

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