Simulators, Transducer Output, Temperature
Definition : Transducer output simulators designed to mimic the electrical signal at the output of a temperature transducer, typically a thermistor probe. The range of temperatures simulated usually varies in a wide range (e.g., from -40 degrees to +150 degrees C). Temperature transducer output simulators are mostly used for testing the performance and alarm values of electronic thermometers, temperature monitors, and recorders excluding the transducer of the device being tested.
Entry Terms : "Temperature Transducer Simulators"
UMDC code : 19035