Thermometrics Type JR NTC Chip Thermistors in Eyelet Tag are chip thermistors with insulated flexible wires and housed in an eyelet tag. They are suitable for surface temperature measurement. Typical applications include semi-conductor heatsinks and enclosure panels.
Thermometrics Waterproof IP68 Temperature Sensors include Types JI and JIC NTC Thermistors. Both types are molded onto a flexible circular cable with the option of a stainless steel housing. Wide application range. Additional options for resistance-temperature characteristics, wire lengths and housing lengths.
Thermometrics Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor (TFT) measures the temperature of transmission fluid. It provides input to the control module to modify shift patterns for smoother shifting in automatic transmissions, and also provides over-temperature protection by locking the torque convertor.
Thermometrics Single Solar Sensors are mounted on a vehicle's IP panel near the front window and use the amount of outside sunlight entering the vehicle to assist in controlling the HVAC system. The single solar sensor has one photo diode cell inside, and is used in the independent type ATC, by sensing the amount of light left to right via angle light activating filters.
The Thermometrics Mid-Range Temperature Probe works in a variety of temperature applications in the appliance and industrial segment.
Thermometrics Active Incar Sensor indicates temperature in the cabin of passenger cars. Since it uses a fan to continuously draw air past the thermistor for an accurate temperature reading, it requires no venturi tube.
Thermometrics Inline Flow-Through Temperature Sensors monitor the temperature of a fluid that passes through it. A system control module receives this temperature reading and uses a control loop to control the overall system temperature. This could be engine temperature, heater temperature, industrial supply temperature, etc.
Thermometrics GE-1856 Intake Air Temperature Sensor (IAT) monitors the temperature of the incoming intake air for an engine and provides a signal output that is proportional to air temperature. This signal can be used as an input to provide a signal to an Engine Control Unit (ECU), which uses this information to adjust fuel delivery and optimize the air-to-fuel ratio to produce the most efficient combustion. GE-1856 is also suitable for air duct temperature measurement in non-condensing HVAC applications.
Thermometrics Exhaust Gas Recycle Temperature Sensor (EGR) is used to monitor the temperature at several locations in a diesel engine, as part of the engine control strategy. Available in both 150°C and 300°C temperature versions, the high temperature sensor is used in the exhaust gas, and the low temperature sensor is used in the intake air stream. Both are designed for fast response, optimized for thermal dissipation and suitable for high vibration and corrosive environments.
Thermometrics Evaporator Temperature Sensor is used to measure evaporator core temperature. An evaporator cools the refrigerant in the HVAC system. Since the evaporator core operates at temperatures very close to 0°C, it is important to have an accurate and robust thermistor to measure its temperature to prevent the core from freezing.
Thermometrics Evaporator Core Temperature Sensor measures evaporator core temperature in a vehicle's HVAC system so that it doesn’t freeze over, preventing a costly repair. The ultra fast response time aids in the HVAC system efficiency by enabling the evaporator core to operate closer to 0°C without the risk of a freeze over condition.
Thermometrics E-stat Controller is used in automobile air conditions to prevent the evaporator core from freezing.
The Thermometrics Duct Temperature Sensor indicates the ambient temperature of the automatic air conditioner system in the passenger car.
Thermometrics Duct Sensor is used to measure the temperature of the air that is emitted from the air ducts inautomobiles.
Thermometrics Dual Solar Sensor uses two photo diode cells to measure the intensity of the light that enters into the cabin of a vehicle.
Thermometrics Discharge Air Temperature Sensor (DAT) is used to measure the temperature of the air that is emitted from a vehicle's air ducts.
Thermometrics Ambient Air Temperature Sensor measures the temperature outside the passenger compartment and is usually mounted inside or near the front bumper.
Thermometrics Active Incar Temperature Sensor (AIT) indicates in-cabin temperature measurement for vehicles that have an automated temperature control system to provide better cabin comfort and improved efficiency of the vehicle's temperature control system.
Thermometrics A-1737 Motor Coil Temperature Sensor provides temperature measurement of the motor coil to detect increases in current that could lead to failures, as well as to monitor temperature of motor windings to warn of over-temperature conditions.
Thermometrics Type YQ RoHS Compliant PTC Thermistors is a range of radially-wired PTC thermistors with green silicone resin coating. Designed for general purpose over-current, over-voltage and direct over-temperature protection, these thermistors offer excellent stability and fail-safe operation.
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