Sensor transmitters in industrial automation

Monitoring and maintaining process variables at the appropriate levels is extremely critical in industrial automation and process control. A sensor in the industrial environment is either continuously or periodically measuring vital parameters such as temperature, pressure, flow, etc. The primary challenge of sensing in industrial environments is conditioning low signal levels in the presence of high noise and high-surge voltage.

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