High-Resolution ĝT Measurement

Use AD950 Temperature Sensors or AD2626 Probes; Resolve Temperature Change or Difference to Millidegrees

It is often necessary to measure, record, and control the temperature difference between two physically close – or widely separated – entities. A few examples of such temperature differences include the temperature rise above ambient inside a piece of equipment, temperature rise of a power transistor over ambient, the temperature differences between the inside and outside of an air-conditioning duct or plenum, and temperature gradients inside an oven or a refrigerator. Read full article



Frank Goodenough