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Car Exhaust Meter

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Car Exhaust Meter
Bridge circuit contains two resistors lOO-ohm (R3 and R4), and two thermistors (Tl and T2). At room temperature, the resistance of T1 and 1'2 is about 2000 ohms. When they are each heated to 150 ° C by an RNA 10 current, the resistance value decreases to 100 ohms. So. the four elements include a bridge circuit. CO is a characteristic that conducts heat from a thermistor at a rate different from that of air. A thermistor, TI, is exposed to automobile exhaust, while the other, 1'2, is isolated in an environment of clean air. Unlike thermal conduction bridge imbalance. A voltage difference is caused between points A and C. A differential amplifier. VI, amplifies this difference and leads to the counter with a current sufficient to read the percentage of CO and air-fuel ratio. A control panel before the balance, R5, balances the bridge and calibrates the instrument. The calibration is performed when both thermistors are exposed to outside air.