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An electronic sensor is a device designs to indicate or measure something about the environment which it is operating. This information or data is created mechanically or electrically and transmits the environment information by creating an electrical signal.

A classic and simpler example of a electronic sensor is the temperature control thermostat within a structure which is used to control the temperature of the structure. The thermostat measures the temperature of the inside of the structure, and converts this to an electrical signal. The electronic or electrical signal is then transmitted to the unit which either heats or cools the structures environment.

There are many different type of electronic sensors and these devices are used to measure relative temperature, light, humidity, sound level, weight, strain, pressure, velocity, hardness, displacement, and many more. To measure each of these parameters a diff rent sensor is required.

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