How Does a Resistive Transducer Work?

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A resistive transducer is used to measure various quantities such as force, pressure and temperature. It works in such a way that the output from the primary mechanical transducer becomes the input for the variable resistance transducer. The output is then calibrated against the input to directly give a value of the input. In such a case it acts as a secondary transducer.
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