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Instrumentation & Sensors

Instrumentation and sensors are integral parts of many industrial systems, with applications spanning a wide range of sectors such as engineering, manufacturing, food production, and more. These devices are used to measure, monitor, and control various parameters such as pressure, temperature, flow, level, and other physical quantities. They convert these physical parameters into a readable signal or data that can be used for further analysis or control.

Different types of sensors and instrumentation are used depending on the specific requirement. For instance, pressure sensors are used to measure the pressure of gases or liquids in industrial processes. They work by detecting the pressure applied on a sensing element, and then converting that into a signal that can be processed by other instruments or systems.

Temperature sensors, on the other hand, are used in a multitude of applications. They can be found in everyday devices like thermostats, as well as in complex industrial systems. These sensors measure the difference in resistance, voltage, or current, which is then correlated with temperature.