Commercial temperature sensor QAE9120.010

commercial temperature sensor
commercial temperature sensor
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Immersion temperature sensor 100 mm LG-Ni1000, with protection pocket Immersion temperature sensor 100 mm LG-Ni1000. Multi-pack, MPQ=20pcs, without gift-box Additional info Fixing is made by protection pocket or compression fitting. If for the nominal pressure no entry can be found in the table, no protection pocket is included as standard and the nominal pressure depends on the protection pocket used. By using the compression fitting AQE2102 the nominal pressure is 16 bar (PN16). Technical Specifications Sensing element LG-Ni1000 Measuring range, temperature -30…130 °C Sensing element, temperature LG-Ni1000 Measurement accuracy At -30…130 °C: ±1.3 K Time constant With protection pocket: 30 s, Without protection pocket: 8 s Immersion length 100 mm Protection pocket Protection pocket included; PN10 Material, immersion pocket Stainless steel Connection, electrical Screw terminals Dimensions (W x H x D) 80 x 60 x 31 mm Packaging unit 20pcs/pack Use The QAE9120.010 immersion temperature sensor is for use in ventilation and air conditioning plants for: ● Controlling or limiting the flow temperature ● Limiting the return temperature ● Controlling the domestic hot water (DHW) temperature Function The sensor acquires the medium temperature via its sensing element whose resistance value changes as a function of the temperature. The signal is delivered for further handling by a suitable controller. Mechanical design The immersion temperature sensor consists of the following components: ● Two-sectional plastic housing comprised of base with connection terminals and removable cover (snap-on design)


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