Intelligent Sensing, Instrumentation and Measurements by Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay

By Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay

“Intelligent Sensing, Instrumentation and Measurements” addresses matters in the direction of the advance of sensor nodes for instant Sensor Networks. the basics of sensors, interfacing, energy provides, configuration of sensor node, and GUI improvement are covered.

The booklet may be helpful for engineers and researchers within the box ,especially for better undergraduate and postgraduate scholars in addition to practitioners engaged on the improvement of instant Sensor Networks or shrewdpermanent Sensors.

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A current flows continuously through both the resistors and a power will be dissipated. The power dissipation and consequently the power rating of the resistors need to be considered. The output voltage doesn’t vary linearly with the divider resistances. The loading effect should be considered. 3) in series with a Thevenin’s resistance. The Thevenin’s resistance is the parallel combination of the two resistances R1 and R2. The equivalent Thevenin’s resistance will be less than the minimum value of the resistances R1 and R2.

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The effect of loading can be illustrated with the help of the following example. 1: A temperature sensor provides an output of 1 mV/oC and has an output resistance of 1 kΩ. The sensor is connected to an amplifier of input resistance of 4 kΩ. If the gain of the amplifier is 100, find the output of the amplifier for a temperature of 50oC. Sol: The simple solution will be as follows: The output of the sensor at 50oC, is 50 * 1 mV = 50 mV. 3 Potential Divider 31 The input to the amplifier is 50 mV and the gain is 100.

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