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ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) Sensor An ECT sensor, or Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor is a sensor that is screwed into the engine's block or cylinder head and is used to determine the temperature of the engine coolant. The ECT sensor is basically a thermistor that changes resistance with temperature. When the ECT (engine coolant temperature) is high (hotter), the resistence is low, and when the ECT is low (cooler) the resistence is high. The ECT sensor is usually a two wire sensor that uses a 5 volt reference from the PCM with a ground signal back to the PCM. Here is a photo of one ECT sensor: If the ECT sensor or associated wiring has failed, you may see some of the following ECT sensor DTC trouble codes: P0115 - P0116 - P0117 - P0118 - P0119 - P0125 - P0126 - P0127 - P0128 This informative video provides information on testing and replacing automotive ECT sensors. Check out all of our articles... NOTE: This information is presented for information purposes only.

Halbleiterrelais Halbleiter-Relais, auch als Solid-State-Relais (SSR) bezeichnet, sind in vielen Anwendungen eine Alternative zu mechanischen Relais. Insbesondere die hohe Zuverlässigkeit und praktisch unbegrenzte Lebensdauer sind ein entscheidendes Einsatzkriterium. Im Kleinleistungsbereich sind die Optotriacs sinnvoll einsetzbar. Zur Reduzierung von Störstrahlungen oder besonders bei induktiven Verbrauchern empfehlen sich die Typen mit Nulldurchgangsdetektor. Datenblätter finden Sie beim jeweiligen Hersteller: Produktübersicht weitere Staffelpreise im Shop Preisangaben in EUR je Stück inklusive gesetzlich gültiger Mehrwertsteuer, zuzüglich Versandkosten Bei größeren Mengen gelten weitere Staffelpreise, sie werden automatisch mengenabhängig gewährt. Bestellung

MSP430-PIR PIR sensor with MSP430F2013 microcontroller PIR sensor with MSP430F2013 microcontroller MSP430F2013 microcontroller Low power PIR sensor Status LEDs CR2032 battery holder JTAG connector Supports both Olimex and TI SBW layout Dimensions: 42x26 mm (1.6x1.0") Click on image or press Esc to close

Technical Guides | Measurement Standards Laboratory of New Zealand Technical Guides are published by the Measurement Standards Laboratory to provide assistance with measurement techniques. Chemical No technical guides at present Electricity Technical Guide 27 – Impedance (RLC) Standards (PDF 226KB) The ac measurement of resistors, inductors and capacitors (R, L and C) requires a clear understanding of exactly what is being measured. Technical Guide 28 – Phase and Sign Conventions for Energy Meters (PDF 171KB) The relationship between voltage and current in a system being metered can be expressed in several ways, e.g. by a power factor, a phase angle, or by describing the load as inductive or capacitive. Length Photometry and Radiometry Mass and Pressure Technical Guide 6 - Magnetic Effects in Weighing (PDF 237KB) An introduction to magnetic effects in weighing and how to avoid them. Technical Guide 7 - Calibrating Standard Weights (PDF 475KB) How to calibrate standard weights to a best accuracy of 1 part in 106. Revised version with improved examples.

Job and Product Design - ZigBee Home Automation Overview ZigBee Home Automation is the industry leading global standard helping to create smarter homes that enhance the comfort, convenience, security and energy management for the consumer. It is the technology of choice for world-leading service providers, installers and retailers. The latest version of ZigBee Home Automation standard, which is fully interoperable with previous versions, adds several important new features that improve the battery life for security sensors to over seven years, standardize pairing of devices and simplify installation and maintenance for consumers and custom installers alike. These features have a significant impact on operational and device costs to service providers and quality of service to consumers. All ZigBee Home Automation products are ZigBee Certified to perform regardless of manufacturer, allowing anyone to purchase with confidence.

DOMO SIDING | Predaj a montáž plastových okien Z fyzikálneho hľadiska sú lúče, ktoré vnímame ako teplo, infračervené lúče. Sú rovnako ako viditeľné svetlo, časti spektra elektromagnetických vĺn. Všetky telesá majú určitú merateľnú teplotu. V prípade rozdielnej teploty telesa a okolia vznikne snaha tento rozdiel vyrovnať. Vývoj v oblasti elektroniky umožnil infračervené lúče prijímať a využívať. Senzory sa montujú mimo svietidla alebo sú inštalované priamo pri svietidle, musia byť však viditeľné - inak ich funkčnosť nie je 100% zaručená. Čo sú to infračervené lúče?

MTL - Mineral Insulated Thermocouple with Leads | Temperature Sensors Features: K, J, T and N calibration Temperature range from -200 to +1250ºC Isolated and bonded hot junctions Various sheath materials for different environments (Inconel 600, 310SS, Cupro Nickel, Nicrobell) Sheath diameters from 1.0mm to 10.8mm Various Lead insulation materials (PVC, FibreGlass, Stainless Steel Overbraid, Stainless ArmourFlex) Specifications and Ordering Information: *1 Inconel is a registered trade name of Henery Wiggin & Co Ltd. *2 Nicrobell is a trademark of Nicrobell Pty Ltd. *3 Stainless Steel OverBraid - SOOB. *4 Standard size Plugs and Jacks only. Note: The above covers the more common Thermocouple probes.

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Pohybové detektory - CB elektro - Elektroinštalačný materiál - Svietidlá Ak tu nenájdete požadovaný materiál kontaktujte nás prosím e-mailom objednavky@cbelektro.sk alebo telefonicky 055 / 677 11 73, zašleme Vám cenovú ponuku. UT - Universal Thermocouple | Temperature Sensors Features: K and J calibration Maximum temperature rating 400ºC Various Lead Length Fibreglass insulated lead with stainless steel overbraid (SSOB) Specifications and Ordering Information: Note: The above covers the more common thermocouple probes. Part Number: IN-UTA

News RTD vs. Thermocouple comparison chart « Ultra Electronics Nuclear Sensors & Process Instrumentation (NSPI) Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) are sensors that measure temperature by correlating the resistance of the RTD element with temperature. Most RTD elements consist of a length of fine coiled wire wrapped around a ceramic or glass core. RTDs are generally considered to be among the most accurate temperature sensors available. Thermocouples A thermocouple consists of two dissimilar metals, joined together at one end. Thermocouples are manufactured in different combinations of metals and/or calibrations. Since thermocouples measure wide temperature ranges and are relatively rugged, they are very often used industrial and process applications where accuracy may be a less important factor. Temperature rangeChemical resistance of the thermocouple or sheath materialAbrasion and vibration resistanceInstallation requirements (may need to be compatible with existing equipment; existing holes may determine probe diameter)

RF Remote Control --- How to build a simple remote control system --- Note: Ming no longer manufactures the RE-99 receiver & TX-99 transmitter RF components. We will leave this project up for users that may still have the Ming RF components. If you plan to build this project, simply replace the RE-99 receiver & TX-99 transmitter with the RWS-434 & TWS-434A RF receiver & transmitter modules found HERE . Due to the huge interest in this project, I have just recently finished the NEW schematics. This project uses the Ming TX-99 V3.0 300 MHz AM, RF Transmitter module shown below for transmitting data. The photo above shows the Ming TX-99 V3.0 . Here's a quick sample of how to configure a switch to power up the transmitter and enable the transmission: Transmit Switch Configuration Using the pushbutton switch to make/break the ground connection for the power circuit to your transmitter, you save power and only transmit data when you push the switch. Note: Ming now has a new version of the RE-99. Click HERE For

Resistance thermometer Resistance thermometers, also called resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), are sensors used to measure temperature by correlating the resistance of the RTD element with temperature. Most RTD elements consist of a length of fine coiled wire wrapped around a ceramic or glass core. The element is usually quite fragile, so it is often placed inside a sheathed probe to protect it. They are slowly replacing the use of thermocouples in many industrial applications below 600 °C, due to higher accuracy and repeatability.[1][2] [edit] Common RTD sensing elements constructed of platinum, copper or nickel have a repeatable resistance versus temperature relationship (R vs T) and operating temperature range. Platinum is a noble metal and has the most stable resistance-temperature relationship over the largest temperature range. The significant characteristic of metals used as resistive elements is the linear approximation of the resistance versus temperature relationship between 0 and 100 °C.

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