Temperature is the property that characterizes the thermal state of two systems in relation to the direction of the heat flow that would arise between them.
Regulates the transfer of thermal energy or heat from one system to another. When two systems are in thermal equilibrium, no heat exchange occurs, when there is a temperature difference, the heat will tend to move from the system at higher temperatures to that at a lower temperature, until the thermal equilibrium is reached.
Temperature does not measure the amount of thermal energy of a system, but is connected to it.
The temperature sensors that Riels® Instruments offers are the following: