The 500 Series is broad portfolio of air/gas, liquid and surface temperature probes that use Honeywell’s NTC (Negative Temperature Coefficient) thermistors.
Thermistors can be very effective in sensing temperatures of gases, liquids or solids because of their enhanced sensitivity. These small, easy to install probe assemblies support and position the thermistor elements within the media to be monitored as well as protect the thermistors against damage in use or handling. The assemblies also help direct thermal or fluid flow evenly across the thermistors for accurate temperature sensing.
The enhanced reliability, precision and stability of the 500 Series products allow the customer greater flexibility in temperature monitoring and control. The wide operating
temperature range is -60 °C to 300 °C [-76 °F to 572 °F] provides application flexibility.
The 500 Series is available in a wide variety of housing styles and materials, R-T (Resistance-Temperature) curves, mounting methods, mechanical interface, electrical interface and connector types to meet most applications.
In addition to custom configurations, a variety of existing designs is available.
Honeywell also offers RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector) technology that may be packaged into probe assemblies for similar applications that may require an RTD linear output instead of an NTC thermistor output.
• Air/gas, surface, immersion and liquid level
• NTC type output
• Enhanced sensitivity
• Small package size
• Easy to install
• Enhanced reliability
• Enhanced accuracy
• Enhanced stability/low drift
• Wide operating temperature range
• Wide variety of probe assembly styles
• Custom configurations available
• RTD linear output available
• Industrial: HVAC, refrigeration, office automation, air compressors, industrial ovens and ranges, hydraulic systems, processing and packaging, power generation
• Transportation: heavy duty or sport vehicle engine oil, air inlet, fuel, coolant or surface temperature sensing
• Aviation: engine bleed air or environmental control systems
• Weather stations
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