Hi! So I have to design a circuit capable of turning on an LED when the temperature inside a chamber is above 2°K and a vacuum pressure is above 1 milliTorr. (Hint: look at the web pages for Lakeshore Cryotronics and search for “convectron” vacuum gauges). For the circuit I have to:
a. Draw a block diagram of the entire system (include all sensors and interconnections)
b. Identify components that can be used for all “blocks”; include links to those components in your answer
c. Estimate the cost of the system.
Any help is appreciated, thank you.
April 26, 2021
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