New technology and analytics are driving change in all industries. There are new opportunities and more options for sensors thanks to the advancement of Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The first step into this new age begins at the edge where smarter sensors are helping businesses improve efficiency, prevent failures, and lowering maintenance costs. Sensors wit... Read more...More Product Announcements from Smith Systems, Inc.
Birk’s standard thermocouple sensors are temperature-sensing devices consisting of two different metal alloys that produce a voltage directly proportional to the temperature difference between the conductors. They are self-powered sensors that require no external form of extraction. Type K thermocouple and Type J thermocouples are the most common and widely used thermocouple types.... Read more...More Product Announcements from Birk Manufacturing, Inc.
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For over 65 years, Conax has designed and manufactured temperature sensors, compression seal fittings, and cable and harness assemblies for a broad range of applications across the Power Generation industry. Our innovative designs help reduce costs to OEM and lower maintenance times for end users. Read more...More Product Announcements from Conax Technologies
Pyromation produces a number of temperature sensors for the food, beverage and dairy industries. Many of these sensors are sanitary CIP (Clean In Place) for convenient washdowns and are 3-A approved. Some of these sensors meet the stringent High Temperature, Short Test (HTST) requirements for pasteurization. We also produce a line of sensors that flush-mount with the interior wall of a s... Read more...More Product Announcements from Pyromation, Inc.
The temperature of a material (be it gas, liquid or a solid) is seldom constant throughout the process. A single multi-point temperature sensor provides an economical and efficient way to handle several points of measure in a process.
In its simplest form a multi-point temperature sensor consists of a number of RTDs (Pt100s) or thermocouples encased at various points inside a sleeve... Read more...
What are the differences between 2, 3, or 4 wire RTD configurations?
When do I need a transmitter?
Should I use a grounded or ungrounded thermocouple?
Minco can help with these and many more frequently asked temperature sensor questions by following the more info link. Read more...More Product Announcements from Minco
Certified temperature sensors are used in equipment and process applications in hazardous locations. These certified sensors are tested and approved to operate safely within, and not introduce an ignition source into, hazardous environments. Explosive gases are the most frequently encountered hazardous environment. Read more...More Product Announcements from Minco
Flat, laminated stator RTDs deliver accurate temperature measurement between stator windings to prevent motor and generator overheating. Minco stator RTDs meet specification ANSI C50.10-1990, covering general requirements for synchronous motors and generators. Read more...More Product Announcements from Minco