Noun(1) any device that receives a signal or stimulus (as heat or pressure or light or motion etc.
(1) The type of the rotor is detected in response to the output signal from the sensor .(2) This generates battery power for the lamp and there is a light sensor to detect whether it is dark enough to switch on.(3) In other words the electronic odour sensor can detect the presence of bacteria in a sample of urine or other body fluids.(4) When they opened up the sensor that had detected the fire, they found nothing more sinister than a dead fly.(5) Each of the five devices has a motion sensor which triggers off a loud voice when people walk past.(6) They then measured the arousal of the men by using a sensor which monitored penile tumescence.(7) Cabbies could pay a charge for an electronic sensor to make it fall when they approached.(8) I have been assured that there is no fault with the temperature sensor or gauge.(9) They will also wear tiny sensors to measure their movements through the day.(10) They use infrared sensors to detect the stairs in your home and stay away from them.(11) Nathalie glanced around her, aware of the audio and visual sensors now recording her words and actions.(12) The sensors measure the response of different parts of your brain to the noises.(13) Finally, the researchers have developed new, highly responsive pressure sensors .(14) Seabed sensors detect abnormal wave movements and relay the information to scientists.(15) Ceiling speakers pump music into every room, and special sensors can detect water leaks.(16) I have changed the electronic control unit sensors , fuse box and relays to no avail.
(1) speed sensor :: เซ็นเซอร์ความเร็ว
1. sensing element ::
2. detector ::
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