Sensors


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NAME

Sensors

DESCRIPTION

Sensors are devices that detect and quantify physical aspects of the world around us. The measurement can either be read directly or converted to a signal for processing by electrical, hydraulic or pneumatic systems. Sensors can quantify everything from temperature, light intensity and mechanical stress to salinity, heart rate and blood pressure.

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