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Cable Sensors TSK

Description

Standard or OEM cable temperature sensors for direct or indirect temperature measurement.
-40...260°C
 
Featuring both direct and indirect temperature measurement in the medium (water, oil, gas, air etc.), these top-quality universal cable temperature sensors offer an enormous array of possibilities. These sensors can measure indirectly, when in an immersion tube or installed externally on a pipe or surface, or directly, when placed in the medium with a flange or swivel. The possibilities are endless.
 
This product series differentiates itself by an extremely broad selection of measurement elements (NTC, PTC, RTD etc.), the electrical connector, cable length and type, diameters/lengths, overall shape, materials used for the cable and housing, and connection of the sensor mount to the application.
 
Besides the standard (single) model with one measurement element, there are also models with two separate measurement elements (duplex) in configurations of 2, 3 or 4 wires or cables, with additional electrical protection optional for environments where interference is a particular issue.
 

Properties

  • Universal model
  • Direct or indirect measurement
  • Fast response
  • Adjustable cable length

General specifications

Temperature range
-40...260°C
Measuring elements
NTC, PTC, Pt, Ni and thermocouple
Housings
Stainless steel, aluminium and plastic
Connectors
Faston, Lumberg, Molex, Tyco or splices

Implementations

Cable sensor TPE up to 105°C
Tube:
TPE Ø5x20
Measuring elements:
NTC, PTC, PT100, PT1000
Cable:
TPE
Cable sensor up to 105°C
Housing:
Stainless steel
Measuring elements:
NTC, PTC, PT100, PT500, PT1000
Cable:
PVC-HT
Cable sensor up to 180°C
Housing:
Stainless steel
Measuring elements:
NTC, PT100, PT500, PT1000
Cable:
Silicone
Cable sensor up to 260°C
Housing:
Stainless steel
Measuring elements:
NTC, PT100, PT1000
Cable:
PTFE
Cable sensor up to 900°C
Housing:
Stainless steel
Measuring elements:
Thermocouple J,K
Cable:
Glass fibre shielded