TI Temperature Measurement Videos

TI, or Texas Instruments, is one of the world’s most prolific and largest makers of temperature sensors. They make all kinds but their sensors are mostly in the form of Integrated Circuit semiconductors.

TI also does an exceptional job in educating users how their devices work and how they can be interfaced and incorporated in measurement systems. Especially useful are the videos showing how some of their other integrated circuit modules can be used with external temperature sensors, like Thermocouples, RTDs and Thermistors.

Here’s an example of an interesting one:

Developed through TI’s expertise in MEMS technology, the TMP006 is the first of a new class of ultra-small, low power, and low cost passive infrared temperature sensors. It has 90% lower power consumption and is more than 95% smaller than existing solutions, making contactless temperature measurement possible in completely new markets and applications.

Check out their Video Channel on YouTube, especially the long list of videos already published about “Temperature Measurement”. It very straightforward; just go to: https://www.youtube.com/user/texasinstruments/search?query=%22temperature+measurement%22

Thermocouple 101

The Analog Devices’ 8 Video Series on Thermocouples

This informative, basic series of brief videos on YouTube and linked on the AD website seems to lack an index. Below there is an approximation to what we believe the staff at AD intended followed by a series of 8 pages, one for each video on YouTube.com

Index

  1. Thermocouple 101: What is a Thermocouple?
  2. Thermocouple 101: Measuring the Tiny Signal
  3. Thermocouple 101: Cold Junction Compensation
  4. Thermocouple 101: Setting the Common Mode Voltage
  5. Thermocouple 101: Open Thermocouple Detection
  6. Thermocouple 101: Filtering a Thermocouple
  7. Thermocouple 101: Thermocouple Nonlinearity
  8. Thermocouple 101: Compensating for Nonlinearity

What is a Thermocouple?

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Data Translation, Inc.

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Data Translation,founded in 1973 and headquartered in Marlboro, Massachusetts, USA, is a leading designer, manufacturer, and provider of data acquisition solutions for test and measurement. With expertise in the design of high-accuracy, high-quality hardware and application software, Data Translation partners with end users and OEMs to achieve their test and measurement goals.
Data Translation has a worldwide presence, with offices in the US and Europe and distribution in more than 40 countries. Data Translation products are manufactured in the USA.

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Linear Technology Corporation

Linear Technology Corporation designs, manufactures and markets a broad line of standard high performance integrated circuits.

Applications for the Company’s products include telecommunications, cellular telephones, networking products, notebook and desktop computers, video/multimedia, industrial instrumentation, automotive electronics, factory automation, process control, and military and space systems.

The Company’s principal product categories include amplifiers, battery management, data converters, high frequency, interface, voltage regulators and voltage references.

Linear Technology Corporation
Corporate Headquarters
1630 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035-7417 USA

Marketing Management:
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Milpitas, CA 95035-7417 USA

Tel: +1 408-432-1900
Fax: +1 408-434-0507
Web: www.linear.com

Published a video on an application referenced on this site at /displays-electronics-calibration/how-to-make-a-thermocouple-meter/.

Application Note: AN28 – Thermocouple Measurement

Design Notes
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