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Thermometrics Sensor Assemblies - Inline Flow-Through Fluid Temperature Sensor

The Thermometrics Inline Flow-Through Temperature Sensors from Amphenol Advanced Sensors have been developed to track the temperature of a fluid that flows through them.

This temperature reading is received by a system control module, which employs a control loop to regulate the overall temperature of the system. This could be industrial supply temperature, heater temperature, engine temperature, etc.

Applications

  • Home appliances
  • Battery pack coolant line temperature
  • Engine-coolant temperature
  • HVAC water management
  • Process flow measurement

Features

  • Compact design
  • High sensitivity
  • SAE J-1231 interface
  • Comes in three standard hose sizes
  • Broad application range
  • USCAR-sealed connection system

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