Thermistor Temperature Sensor

Thermistors are inexpensive, easily-obtainable temperature sensors. They are easy to use and adaptable. Circuits with thermistors can have reasonable outout voltages - not the millivolt outputs thermocouples have. Because of these qualities, thermistors are widely used for simple temperature measurements. They're not used for high temperatures, but in the temperature ranges where they work they are widely used.

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  • Measuring range: -50.0°C, -50.50°C; 0...50°C; 0...80°C; 0...100°C, 0...120°C, 0...150°C, 0...200°C
  • Various probes selectable
  • Easy to install
  • Stainless steel housing
  • Measuring range: -200.600°C
  • Various probes selectable
  • Easy to install
  • Stainless steel housing
  • Measuring range: -50.0°C, -50.50°C; 0...50°C; 0...80°C; 0...100°C; 0...120°C, 0...150°C, 0...200°C
  • Stainless steel housing, rugged compact design
  • Protection class: IP65
  • Applicable to liquid and gas
  • Measuring range: -200.400°C, -200.600°C
  • Stainless steel housing, rugged compact design
  • Protection class: IP65
  • Applicable to liquid and gas
  • Measuring range: -20.105°C,-50.200°C, -50...260°C, -50...350°C,-200...600°C
  • Various probes, process connection and cable materials are selectable
  • Protection class: IP67
  • Applicable to liquid and gas