Technical Specs |
The Thermistor Temperature Probes are designed for many applications of temperature measurement like air, water, soil, snow, ice, etc. They are fully sealed and can be used in fresh and sea water to a depth of 2-3 metres.
The Thermistor Temperature Probes use a Negative Temperature Coefficient (NTC) thermistor as their temperature sensor. The NTC thermistor is a high quality, precision curve matched element. Its operating temperature is from -100°C to 150°C.
Consult the table of ranges below to determine which probe and reference resistor will best suit your project. The last listing is the theoretical maximum. Due to the type of cable being used the measurement range of the standard Thermistor Temperature Probe is from -30°C to 100°C. Higher temperatures are quoted as a guide only.
Model 6507B/C: The Yellow (10k) and Violet (47k) thermistor probes measure higher temperature bands (refer to the 6207 manual for details) although the thermistor sensor maximum in all cases is 150°C.
||±0.15°C change over 1000 hrs (0-60°C)
||1 analog, 0-2.55V dc
||5V dc, 0.5mA from Logger
||2 wire shielded, maximum 80°C, 10 metres supplied
||Stainless steel, Epoxy sealed
||4mm diameter, 50mm long
||Temperature Probes User Manual Supplement