ETP temperature sensors covers all bases for mounting and measurement
New cost effective and flexible ETP temperature sensor range covers all bases for mounting and measurement Variohm EuroSensor has released its new ETP range of temperature probes based on a MEAS thermistor.
To suit the broadest range of industrial, automotive and scientific applications for precision temperature measurement, four basic packaged design types are available that each offers a choice of options. The four designs conveniently mount the industry standard thermistor in a choice of Ø 4 mm PTFE or Ø 5 mm brass housings, ring terminal probes, or hexagonal head bolts.
Within each packaged design, a standard off-the-shelf stock version is available with a 10K3 sensor fitted and the comprehensive list of optional features offered for each type include; housing diameter and length for the cylindrical probes, ring terminal mount diameter/size, and metric thread size for the hexagonal bolt version. The leadwire length for all types is similarly specifiable. Furthermore, thanks to Variohm’s UK based in-house design and manufacturing capability, fully customised versions of the ETP range are available. Variohm welcomes the challenge from its customers for their individual requirements, and for each design type can provide higher or alternative temperature ranges, different thermistor technologies, or mechanical interfacing modifications.
The combination of so many feature options within a single range makes the new ETP temperature sensors a very convenient, practical and cost effective source for temperature measurement applications from HVAC to industrial process control and from home appliances to calibration and instrumentation equipment.
Variohm EuroSensor designs, manufactures and sources a comprehensive range of sensor technologies for linear and rotary position, load, force, vibration and temperature - providing complete pre-sale and post-sale application support for demanding measurement applications throughout industry, agriculture, construction, autosports and research.