Accuracy is often a term commonly used for sensor output errors. These errors may be due to nonlinearity, hysteresis, non-reproducibility, temperature, zero balance, correction, and humidity effects. For many sensors, the “accuracy” is lower than the nominal value due to factors such as temperature and zero balance.
The cost of a sensor with higher accuracy will be higher, so does your system really need such high precision? A system that uses high-precision sensors and low-resolution instruments is an inefficient solution