Introduction to Electronic Sensors
Free Online Course about the Introduction to Electronic Sensors that describes the various measuring sensors.Publisher: ADU
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During this free online course, you will be able to study the Introduction to Electronic Sensors, presenting you with accurate information on the working principle of an electronic sensor. This course explains and defines the characteristics and functions of a sensor. As well as guiding you through specific information about the photoconductive cell and fiber optic sensors. You will be able to answer questions such as: What are the pressure sensors? How can you use the U tube manometer? Or, how can I understand the diaphragm pressure gauge? Next, we will discuss the definition of a Bourdon gauge and the diaphragm pressure gauge. Continuing forward, this course will assess the various instruments to measure pressure.
Next, this course will teach you about the accurate knowledge of the Hall-Effect current sensor. You will be able to learn how to correctly use instruments like the U tube manometer and the optical transducer. Furthermore, you will learn the distinct varieties of the application of the dissolved oxygen sensor in the work environment. Following on from this, the course will further explain what is the smart sensor. In addition to this, the course will go into explaining the ultrasonic sensor. You will be taught how to properly employ the already mentioned sensors. Finally, The course will end with describing the application of ultrasonic sensors.
This course will provide you with a better understanding of the Introduction to Electronic Sensors, giving you clear and precise methods as a means to apply it in your working field. Have you considered expanding your knowledge of the study of Electronic Sensors? This course is excellent for those in the electrical field and electricians who would like to increase their knowledge of sensors.Start Course Now
- Analyze the characteristics of a sensor.
- Recognize the applications of the optical transducer.
- Describe the various pressure sensors.
- Explain the Bourdon Gauge.
- Define the U Tube Manometer.
- Discuss the Hall Effect Current Sensor.
- Label and understand the multiple ultrasonic sensors.
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