A thermal sensor is a component integrated within a storage device, like an SSD, to continuously monitor the device’s operating temperature in real-time. When the temperature reaches a critical level, the sensor activates the dynamic temperature regulation function. This feature is crucial because prolonged operation of the SSD at high temperatures can lead to component failure and potential data loss. By using the thermal sensor, proactive measures can be taken to dissipate heat and prevent overheating, ensuring the SSD’s reliability and safeguarding data integrity. Additionally, specialized monitoring software can be employed to receive instant warnings if overheating is detected, allowing users to take timely action and optimize the overall system reliability.
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