Integrated immersion probe

  • 18-Jan-2010 02:24 EST
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Immersion probes with integrated connectors from Measurement Specialties are suitable for applications with exposure to rapid temperature cycling, humidity, vibration, and mechanical shock. The assembly consists of a thermistor mounted in a brass screw-in housing. The connector is crimped and cold-rolled into the housing, eliminating the use of potting resins. Assorted thread types are available for various mounting requirements, and immersion probes are suitable for measuring oil, fuel, coolant, water, and air temperature in engine control management and off-road data acquisition systems. Restriction of hazardous substance-compliant probes feature a robust, compact design and operate in a temperature range of -40 to +150°C (-40 to +302°F).

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