A sensor is a device that emits an output signal (voltage, current, displacement, etc.) that is dependent upon a physical quantity (temperature, pressure, light, flow, etc.). The output of the sensor is functionally related to the input. This relationship is defined as the sensitivity and is the ratio of the change in output to the change in input. For example, if mercury in a thermometer raises one centimeter when the temperature increases by one degree Celsius, the sensitivity of the thermometer would be 1 cm/°C. The most common sensors output a voltage in response to temperature, pressure, or flow.
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