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aethrioscope  |  bimetallic strip thermometer  |  exhaust gas temperature gauge  |  infrared thermometer  |  permanent downhole gauge  |  pyrometer  |  silicon bandgap temperature sensor  |  thermistor  |  thermocouple  |  thermograph  |  microwave thermograph  |  thermohydrometer  |  alcohol thermometer  |  Beckmann thermometer  |  Breguet\'s thermometer  |  candy thermometer  |  fiber optical thermometer  |  Galileo thermometer  |  maximum-minimum thermometer  |  meat thermometer  |  ...   (total:  26)


aethrioscope | A meteorological device for measuring the chilling effect of a clear sky.\nbimetallic strip thermometer | A thermometer that measures temperature change via mechanical displacement due to two strips of different metals which expand at different rates as they are heated.\nexhaust gas temperature gauge | A sensor used to monitor the exhaust gas temperature of an internal combustion engine in conjunction with a thermocouple-type pyrometer.\ninfrared thermometer | A thermometer which infers temperature from a portion of the thermal radiation, sometimes called blackbody radiation, emitted by the object being measured.\npermanent downhole gauge | A pressure and\/or temperature gauge permanently installed in an oil or gas well.\npyrometer | A type of thermometer used to measure high temperatures.\nsilicon bandgap temperature sensor | A common form of temperature sensor used in electronic equipment.\nthermistor | A type of resistor whose resistance varies significantly with temperature.\nthermocouple | A temperature-measuring device consisting of two dissimilar conductors that contact each other at one or more spots.\nthermograph | A thermometer that records the temperature it indicates.\nmicrowave thermograph | A device that measures temperature through the detection of microwave radiation emitted from heated tissue.\nthermohydrometer | A hydrometer that has a thermometer enclosed in the float section.\nalcohol thermometer | A thermometer that measures temperature using the expansion of an organic liquid.\nBeckmann thermometer | A device used to measure small differences (but not absolute values) of temperature.\nBreguet\'s thermometer | A type of thermometer which uses the expansion of metal under heat to produce a measurement more sensitive, and with a higher range, than both mercury and air thermometers.\ncandy thermometer | A thermometer used to measure the temperature, and therefore the stage, of a cooking sugar solution.\nfiber optical thermometer | A thermometer that measures temperature via a gallium arsenide semiconductor crystal that is mounted on the end of an optical fiber. This makes it immune to electromagnetic interference.\nGalileo thermometer | A thermometer made of a sealed glass cylinder containing a clear liquid and several glass vessels of varying densities.\nmaximum-minimum thermometer | A registering thermometer which can record the maximum and minimum temperatures reached over a period of time.\nmeat thermometer | A thermometer used to measure the internal temperature of meat, especially roasts and steaks, and other cooked foods.\nmedical thermometer | A thermometer used for measuring human body temperature.\nmercury thermometer | A thermometer that measures temperature by measuring the expansion of liquid mercury.\npill thermometer | A digestible thermometer that allows a person\'s core temperature to be continuously monitored.\nquartz thermometer | The thermometer that measures temperature by measuring the frequency of a quartz crystal oscillator.\nresistance thermometer | A sensor used to measure temperature by correlating the electrical resistance of a component with temperature.\nvapor pressure thermometer | A thermometer that uses a pressure gauge to measure the vapor pressure of a liquid.

Alternate names:

exhaust gas temperature gauge | EGT gauge\ninfrared thermometer | non-contact thermometer  |  laser thermometer  |  temperature gun\npermanent downhole gauge | PDG\nalcohol thermometer | spirit thermometer\nBreguet\'s thermometer | spiral thermometer\ncandy thermometer | sugar thermometer\nGalileo thermometer | Galilean thermometer\nmaximum-minimum thermometer | six\'s thermometer  |  maxima-minima thermometer  |  minimum-maximum thermometer  |  minima-maxima thermometer\nmedical thermometer | clinical thermometer\nmercury thermometer | mercury-in-glass thermometer\nresistance thermometer | RTD  |  resistance temperature detector  |  resistive temperature gauge

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