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Linear temperature sensors have a major advantage. The output can be easily conditioned to achieve a desired voltage output span over a particular temperature range. A linear output voltage allows ease of interface to data acquisition systems and programmable controllers. By adjusting the circuit gain, the sensitivity of the output can be adjusted over the total range such as 10° to +40° C. INTERFACING WITH 1-5V CIRCUIT If more than 1 mA of current flows through the TD, self-heating will occur. The selfheating effect is typically 0.2° C/milliwatt.
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