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The sensor is a measuring device which can convert the measured non-electric quantity into the corresponding electric quantity or electrical parameter output which is easy to handle accurately according to a certain law. Where the output is DC 4mA ~ 20mA, DC 1V ~ 5V and other standardized signals, called transmitters

The sensitivity of the sensor indicates how much the output of the sensor changes when the input being measured changes. For example, if the mercury in a thermometer moves 1 centimeter with a 1 degree Celsius change in temperature, the sensitivity is 1 centimeter/degree Celsius (assuming linearity is satisfied, it is actually the slope Dy/Dx). Some sensors also affect what they measure; For example, by inserting a room temperature thermometer into a hot liquid cup, the liquid will cool as it heats up to the temperature. Sensors are usually designed to have little impact on being measured; Making the sensor smaller often improves this and may bring other benefits. [2] Technological advances have enabled more and more sensors to be manufactured into micro-sensors through MEMS technology. In most cases, miniature sensors can achieve much higher speeds and sensitivities compared to macroscopic methods.

Some sensors also affect what they measure; For example, by inserting a room temperature thermometer into a hot liquid cup, the liquid will cool as it heats up to the temperature. Sensors are usually designed to have little impact on being measured; Making the sensor smaller often improves this and may bring other benefits. [2] Technological advances have enabled more and more sensors to be manufactured into micro-sensors through MEMS technology. In most cases, miniature sensors can achieve much higher speeds and sensitivities compared to macroscopic methods.

Sensors are used in everyday objects, such as touch-sensitive elevator buttons (tactile sensors) and lights that dim or brighten by touching the base, in addition to many applications that most people are never aware of. With the development of micromachinery and easy-to-use microcontroller platforms, sensor applications have moved beyond the traditional field of temperature, pressure or flow measurement, such as [1]MARG sensors.

With the development of micromachinery and easy-to-use microcontroller platforms, sensor applications have moved beyond the traditional field of temperature, pressure or flow measurement, such as [1]MARG sensors. In addition, analog sensors such as potentiometers and force sensing resistors are still widely used. Its applications include manufacturing and machinery, aircraft and aerospace, automotive, medicine, robotics and many other aspects of our daily lives.

Sensors are used in everyday objects, such as touch-sensitive elevator buttons (tactile sensors) and lights that dim or brighten by touching the base, in addition to many applications that most people are never aware of. With the development of micromachinery and easy-to-use microcontroller platforms, sensor applications have moved beyond the traditional field of temperature, pressure or flow measurement, such as [1]MARG sensors. In addition, analog sensors such as potentiometers and force sensing resistors are still widely used. Its applications include manufacturing and machinery, aircraft and aerospace, automotive, medicine, robotics and many other aspects of our daily lives.