Temperature Sensors

All temperature sensors (S-T-x) are comprised of a 2"x2" radio module (RM-T-1) and an interchangeable Temperature Probe (PR-T-x)

Applications

Survey Rooms and Ducts

Ventilation Ratio

Coil Efficiency

Water-side balance

Datalogging

Features and Benefits

• Wrist Reporter TM displays four or eight results from different locations concurrently

• Datalogs up to 10 sensors at a time

• Small probes easy to place at point of interest

• Calibration certified NIST-Traceable

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Temperature Sensor Names

Each of our Temperature Probes has their own part name, and when combined with the Radio Module (RM-T-1) to create a full sensor (S-T-x), their naming vernacular changes.


These are listed above as well as the use for each probe for clarification purposes.

TEMPERATURE SENSORS

All temperature sensors (S-T-x) are comprised of a 2"x2" radio module (RM-T-1) and an interchangeable Temperature Probe (PR-T-x).


There are two specifications for accuracy. These innovative probes were designed for outstanding accuracy within the normal operating range. The wider NEBB range is also supported.

  • Accuracy is +/- 0.3 °F over the range of 32 to 158 °F
  • Accuracy is 0.5% + 1.4 °F over the range of -40 to +240 °F