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Transducers Classification MCQ Questions & Answers

Transducers Classification MCQs : This section focuses on the "Transducers Classification". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Transducers Classification skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.




Question 1

Accuracy is ______

A. ability of the transducer or sensor to see small differences in reading
B. ability of the transducer or sensor to see small differences in reading
C. algebraic difference between the indicated value and the true or theoretical value of the measurand
D. total operating range of the transducer

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Question 2

Active transducers are classified into ____________

A. 4 types
B. 2 types
C. 6 types
D. 8 types

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Question 3

Active transducers develops ______________

A. mechanical parameter
B. electrical parameter
C. chemical parameter
D. physical parameter

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Question 4

Active transducers work on the principle of ________

A. energy conversion
B. mass conversion
C. energy alteration
D. volume conversion

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Question 5

Analog transducers convert input into ___________

A. voltage
B. current
C. digital
D. analog

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Question 6

Change is signal over long period of time is called _______

A. noise
B. offset
C. hysteresis
D. drift

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Question 7

Digital transducers produce analog output.

A. True
B. False

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Question 8

How do passive transducers develop electrical signals?

A. using a transformer
B. using internal source
C. using external source
D. using a diode

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Question 9

In electromagnetic based transduction measurand is ___________

A. converted into mechanical force
B. converted into electromotive force
C. converted into chemical force
D. converted into physical force

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Question 10

Inductive transduction involves ___________

A. change in self inductance
B. change in capacitance
C. change in mutual inductance
D. change in resistance

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Question 11

Inverse transducer converts electrical into a physical quantity.

A. True
B. False

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Question 12

Linearity of transducer is ___________

A. Closeness of the transducer’s calibration curve to a special curved line within a given percentage of full scale output
B. Closeness of the transducer’s calibration curve to a special straight line within a given percentage of full scale output
C. Closeness of the transducer’s calibration curve to a special straight line within a given percentage of half scale output
D. Closeness of the transducer’s calibration curve to a special curved within a given percentage of half scale output

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Question 13

Photovoltaic transduction involves ___________

A. voltage generation heat
B. voltage generation through sound
C. voltage generation through light
D. voltage generation current

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Question 14

The ability of the sensor to see small differences in reading is called ______

A. resolution
B. drift
C. offset
D. linearity

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Question 15

The smallest change in measurant that will result in a measurable change in the transducer output is called _______

A. offset
B. linearity
C. resolution
D. threshold

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Question 16

Unwanted signal at the output due either to internal sources or to interference is called ________

A. offset
B. noise
C. drift
D. threshold

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Question 17

Which type of transducer requires energy to be put into it in order to translate changes due to the measurand?

A. active transducers
B. passive transducers
C. powered transducers
D. local transducers

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Question 18

Linearity of transducer is ___________

A. Closeness of the transducer’s calibration curve to a special curved line within a given percentage of full scale output
B. Closeness of the transducer’s calibration curve to a special straight line within a given percentage of full scale output
C. Closeness of the transducer’s calibration curve to a special straight line within a given percentage of half scale output
D. Closeness of the transducer’s calibration curve to a special curved within a given percentage of half scale output

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