Temperature Sensors - Thermostats - Solid State

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  • Ask: Where is the sensor for my thermostat?

    Answer: Most home thermostats are located in a central location in the home, like a hallway so that the temperature sensed is an average of the total temperature in the home. In most cases the temperature sensor is inside the thermostat but not always.

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  • Ask: Do thermostats have sensors?

    Answer: Thermostats use different types of sensors to measure the temperature. In one form, the mechanical thermostat, a bimetallic strip in the form of a coil directly operates electrical contacts that control the heating or cooling source.

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  • Ask: What is thermostat sensor?

    Answer: The Thermostat is a contact type electro-mechanical temperature sensor or switch, that basically consists of two different metals such as nickel, copper, tungsten or aluminium etc, that are bonded together to form a Bi-metallic strip.


  • Ask: How do thermostats with remote sensors work?

    Answer: A remote sensor is a device designed to enable the thermostat to control room temperature based on the occupancy and temperature levels of the room. ... The normal wireless thermostat works by sensing the temperature of the surrounding areas and adjusting the heating or cooling system accordingly.

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  • Ask: What does solid state device mean?

    Answer: A solid-state sensor is designed in such a way that the measurand, the physical property to be sensed, exploits a physical phenomenon within the sensor structure. This physical phenomenon leads to an electrical response that can be detected and magnified with electronics.

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  • Ask: What is a solid state device and how does it work?

    Answer: Solid state, at its most basic level, means "no moving parts." Therefore, solid state electronic devices are made up of solid components that do not move. Some examples include computer motherboards and integrated circuits. ... Flash memory devices are solid state products, while hard drives are not.

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  • Ask: What are solid state devices used for?

    Answer: Solid-state device, electronic device in which electricity flows through solid semiconductor crystals (silicon, gallium arsenide, germanium) rather than through vacuum tubes. The first solid-state device was the \u201ccat's whisker\u201d (1906), in which a fine wire was moved across a solid crystal to detect a radio signal.

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  • Ask: What does solid state mean in relation to electrical components?

    Answer: While solid-state devices do not emit odor or flavor, they can be utilized as sensors to monitor odiferous or toxic substances, interfacing with the senses of smell and taste.

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