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Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 19:19:44 -0500
From: "Raymond E. Rogers"
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Subject: Temperature Measurement Stability
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I have a manager problem and would like a good Temperature Measurement
reference to beat somebody over the head.
We need to build an instrument that has .15 degC stability across
instruments and over time; this is at a single fixed temperature 37
degC. I am trying for the temperature measuring part to be .03 degC
I am trying to convince somebody that we need to recalibrate annually or
biannually; or be convinced different. I would like a reference that
has explicit authoritative statements and hopefully data, concerning the
long term stability of:
Glass Encapsulated "Super" thermistors
Semiconductor temperature sensors, like those used in Dallas
The last is to be able to make statements about an old instrument that
is supposed to be 1 degC stable.
I looked up several books, boy are they expensive.
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