anonymous
  • anonymous
what is difference between elctrode and sensor?
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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anonymous
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Mel Electrodes are semiconductors or conductors of electrons. Sensors provide digital or analog voltage (E)or current(I) or power (W) proportional to times, temperatures, humidity's and pressures of one or more circuits. In combination may be used as alarms such as "Check Engine" light on car dash.
anonymous
  • anonymous
electrodes can be used as input or output. Sensors are just used for input. Electrodes form a part of sensors in general. So electrodes in many ways can be used as sensors.
anonymous
  • anonymous
electrodes determine the direction of electron...while sensor senses the eviroment and generaly convert those into elctric signal of analog nature...

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