Most manufacturers and suppliers are using typical and maximal adjectives to describe their
So make sure you understand what these terms mean.
Let's consider a sensor that is promoted with a 0.1%FS typ., 0.2%FS
What does this mean? This means that when producing an awful lot of sensors and running some statistics,
around 80% of the sensors will have an accuracy within 0.1%FS and all the sensors (100%) will have an
accuracy within 0.2%FS.
You will think: "Yes, but what if I just order a few pieces". Well, if you
just order a few pieces of this previous sensor and if you're lucky,
you'll get the 0.1%FS accuracy. But actually,
there is a 80% chance that you get a 0.1%FS accurate device and a 20% chance that you get
a degraded accuracy between 0.1%FS and 0.2%FS.
Finally, note that in most cases when the typ. or max. adjectives are not explicitly
mentioned in literatures, the given value usually is a typical value. So make sure to ask if it's the
case and if it is, ask about the maximal value as well.