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Type K thermocouple temperature sensor MBS
type E thermocoupletype J thermocoupletype T thermocouple

type K thermocouple temperature sensor
type K thermocouple temperature sensor
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type K thermocouple, type E thermocouple, type J thermocouple, type T thermocouple, RTD
for oil
Other characteristics
for aircraft
for the aerospace industry

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Max.: 120 °C (248 °F)


The bearings of industrial rotating equipment operate under arduous conditions – often for considerable periods of time. The most reliable indicator of bearing condition is the temperature of the metal beneath the shoe. Recognition of rising temperature can provide a warning of the breakdown of the lubricating oil film; thus allowing machine shutdown and maintenance to take place – avoiding the probable catastrophic failure of the bearing and possible damage to its mounting. Conax Miniature Bearing Sensors provide a simple and cost-effective method to monitor bearing temperatures. Features: * For embedded applications in rotating machines * RTDs – 100 ohm platinum, 0.00385 ohm/ohm/¡C * Thermocouples types J, K, T & E * Single and duplex sensors * Various styles and sizes * Operating Temperature: to +250°F (+120°C) Specifications Temperature Range: -40 to 230°C (-40 to 446°F) Case Materials: 316 SS; Copper; Nickel Plated Copper; Tin Plated Copper, Brass. Lead Wires: Stranded silver plated copper conductors with PTFE insulation and optional stainless steel overbraid. Time Constant: 3.0 sec. (Style A) to 1.5 sec. (Style D), Typical value in moving water (3ft/sec) Insulation Resistance: 10 Megaohms Min. at 100 VDC, leads to case (RTD). 10 Megaohms Min. at 100 VDC, Ungrounded only (T/C)


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