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Platinum thin-ﬁlm sensors are often fed with a continuous current, as standard in 2-lead circuitry. For energy-saving reasons (accumulator or battery operation), a switched measured current can also be used. The voltage output signal is a function of the Rt resistance. Because of the simple quadratic function of the platinum thin-ﬁlm sensor characteristic curve as well as the possibility of a simple linear approximation, the linearization of the measuring symbols poses no problem.
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