Glossary

Temperature stability

The temperature stability indicates the percentage possible error in the measurement per unit (K or °C). This error is attributable to the physical expansion of built-in components or to the effect of temperature on electronic components. This effect results in a slight deviation of the results at different temperatures. The temperature stability is decisive for ensuring the measurement Accuracy, particularly in industrial Applications with large temperature variations.

See also

TargetTelemetryTemperature measuring range, infra-redTemperature rangeTemperature stabilityTensile strengthThermocouplethermoMETERTilt angleTime-of-flight principleTransmissivityTriggeringTTL
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