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Resistance thermometer sensors (RTS), make use of the characteristic that the electrical resistance values of the
metals, semiconductors, etc. Change depending on the temperature. Some of the metals used include platinum,nickel, and copper. There metals all have the common characteristic that as the temperature rises, the resistance value increases. The most widely used resistance thermometer sensors for industrial purposes are platinum resistance thermometer sensors which have a wide working temperature range and
large resistance temperature coefficient. Therrmistors use a semiconductor for resistance change as a function of temperature.
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