Omega's Debuts New Thermistor Probes

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Friday, May 17, 2013

Omega introduced its new Thermistor Probes with M12 Connections, to be featured at the Sensors Expo and Conference.

The TH-21 Series thermistor probes are constructed with the a glass encapsulated thermistor element which provide excellent stability and accuracy. With a maximum continuous temperature rating of -80 to 200°C (-112 to 392°F), and intermittent operation to 250°C (482°F), these thermistor sensors can be used in applications previously out of reach of epoxy coated thermistor sensors. The probes can be ordered in any length, but minimum immersion depth of 1.5" is recommended. Short probes run the risk of error due to stem conduction effects. Suited for laboratory, R&D, automation and automotive applications, the probes are applicable in the HVAC, manufacturing and chemical industries.

Price Starts at $65

www.omega.com

 

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