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Amphenol IP67 Inline Flow-Through Temperature Sensors | Featured Product Spotlight

November 08, 2022 by Mouser Electronics

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Amphenol IP67 Inline Flow-Through Temperature Sensors

Amphenol Advanced Sensors Inline Flow-Through Temperature Sensors monitor the temperature of a fluid that passes through it where a system control module receives this temperature reading and uses a control loop to control the overall system temperature.

This can be used to measure engine temperature, heater temperature, industrial process temperatures, and more. 

Its design allows for convenient placement of the sensor at inlet or outlet locations for temperature control or cooling or heating efficiency measurements in devices such as heat exchangers, radiators, and EV battery backs. 

The temperature sensors are based on negative temperature coefficient thermistor technology where an increase in temperature yields a predictable decrease in resistance.  

A voltage signal that is proportional to the change in fluid temperature is obtained when this component is applied to a voltage divider system. This voltage divider system is generally contained within the OEM’s or Tier 1 supplier’s control module.

Interface options include the SAE J1231 for elastomeric hoses and the triple barb for rigid polymer hoses. These flow-through temperature sensors use the USCAR sealed connection system and are available in four standard hose sizes. 

The Inline Flow-Through Temperature Sensors feature a high sensitivity, fast response time of under 15 seconds in flowing water, and a wide operating temperature range of -40 to +120 degrees celsius.

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