National Semiconductor Industrial Sensor Interface Solution Guide

This solution guide tells us things like dropout voltage, motor control, output noise, rate range, channels, current measurement, interface, supply, sensor interface, control interface, power supply, effect, range, thermocouple, supply voltage, and design. Inside this solution guide we can find information like electrode, voltage, sample rate, quiescent current, temperature sensors products, hall effect, output current, reference, resolution bits channels, pressure sensor, signal, reference design, packaging, products, and applications.

Many discussion related to bits channels, output, products resolution bits, sensing current, conversion time, pressure, gain, input bias, current, performance, temperature range, sensing, temperature sensor, signal accuracy, measurement, and power are presented in the solution guide. The following are taken from this solution guide:

Pressure, load, and force sensors typically combine a wheatstone bridge resistor configuration with a mechanical structure. As the mechanical structure is stressed, the bridge output changes in proportion to the pressure load or force applied to the sensor. A small number of discrete configurations support most of these applications. Most pressure sensors use similar parameters to define their capabilities:Performance ranges from ±0.1% of span accuracy to±1.0% of span, sensitivity is in the 5 mV/V to 15 mV/V range with a bridge impedance between 3 KΩ and 10 KΩ, and sensor drive can be constant current (typically 1.5 mA to 2mA) or constant voltage (usually 5V to 15V)

Even more, the solution guide explains information things like voltage noise, noise, products resolution, voltage output, accuracy, input, bias current, rate, temperature, output noise density, signal path, density, control, sensor, and input voltage.

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