The maximum measured value that the sensor can measure is called the upper measurement limit, and the smallest measurement is called the lower measurement limit. The measurement range is the interval between the upper and lower limits. What is the range? Is the algebraic difference between the upper and lower limits measured? What is the relationship between the two?
The measuring range is 0~+10N, and the measuring range is 10N;
The measuring range is -20~+20°C, and the measuring range is 40°C;
The measuring range is 100~1000pa, and the measuring range is 900pa;
We can know the upper and lower limits of the sensor's measurement by measuring the range, so it is much more convenient to use the sensor. We can know the full-scale input value of the sensor through the range, and the corresponding full-scale output value determines the performance of the sensor. An important piece of data.
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