Each AVTECH Digital Fluid Temperature Sensor provides real-time temperature values from -67 to 257 degrees Fahrenheit and/or -55 to 125 degrees Celsius. Accuracy is within + / – 0.125 degrees.
The Digital Fluid Temperature Sensor consists of a temperature probe encased in a sealed tube containing Propylene Glycol. Propylene Glycol is a colorless liquid with extremely low freezing and high boiling points. Its non-conductive nature makes it a perfect sensor for monitoring the temperature of fluids in extreme environments such as labs that monitor vaccines, plasma, IV bags and/or other specimens, aquariums, refrigeration devices or other locations where fluid temperature must be monitored and/or regulated.
When used with AVTECH’s Room Alert and/or TemPageR environment monitors, the Digital Fluid Temperature Sensor will feed temperature data back to the ID box every two seconds in real-time, for data logging, graphing, alerting and automatic corrective action. This is an instant ‘Plug & Play’ sensor via one of the standard RJ-11 jacks on any compatible Room Alert or TemPageR monitor. Cable distance can be extended from the standard 25′ to approximately 100′ by using standard RJ-11 (telephone) cable and a coupler.