Difference between digital and analog sensors
It produces continuous output signal or voltage which is proportional to quantity to be measured.
• It produces analog output.
• Quantities such as temperature, speed, displacement, pressure, strain etc. are analog quantities as they are continuous in nature.
It produces discrete digital output signal or voltage which is digital representation of quantity to be measured.
It produces binary output in the form of ones (1s) and zeros (0s).
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