Sensoren und Sensorschnittstellen
[Sensor Technology and Sensor Interfaces]
Series:De Gruyter Studium
- A succinct presentation of the principles and the physical effects of sensors
- Includes coverage of current, voltage, temperature, flow, acceleration, and spacing, as well as chemical and optical sensors
Aims and Scope
Sensor technology, the science of measuring the status of and changes in technological systems, plays a key role in such systems. This book imparts the basic theoretical foundation of sensor technology, including specific sensor designs and examples. It presents important interfaces for connecting to logical units along with many examples of real sensors with data sheets.
- 24.0 x 17.0 cm
- viii, 237 pages
- 200 Fig.
- DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
- Type of Publication:
- Sensors; sensor interfaces; interfaces; signal processing
- For students of engineering and technical courses of study