Supercooling or Overheating Circuit Breaking Protection by Temperature Sensor
Comparing two or more data items to determine if they are equal, or determining the size relationship and ordering between them is called comparison. A circuit or device capable of implementing such a comparison function is called a comparator. A comparator is a circuit that compares an analog voltage signal to a reference voltage. The two inputs of the comparator are analog signals, and the output is binary signal 0 or 1. When the difference of the input voltage increases or decreases and the positive and negative signs remain unchanged, the output remains constant.
Temperature sensor overcooling circuit breaker circuit diagram