PB-7005, PT1000 Cryogenic Temperature Probe with Flat Cable, -200°C to +150°C

Item number: PB-7005ff

  • Measuring range down to -200°C
  • Ideal for cryogenic applications and incubators 
  • Cryogenic temperature proofness for sensor and cable
  • Waterproof with IP67
  • Category: Gemini Tinytag Plus Radio Data Loggers

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    starting from 178,50 €

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    Exp. shipping time: ca. 2-3 weeks

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    PB-7005, PT1000 Cryogenic Temperature Probe with Flat Cable, -200°C to +150°C

    PB-7005 is a special stainless steel probe with flat cable for monitoring temperatures from -200 to +150°C. 
    It should be noted that the cable is no longer flexible below -70°C (-94°F). 
    The probe is typically used in the cryogenic laboratory. Thanks to the flexible cable, this sensor is ideal for refrigerators or freezers, because it can be routed through the seals.
    This waterproof (IP67) probe uses a highly specified resin and unique manufacturing technology that exposes both the sheath and the cables to their full temperature range. 

    This probe is available with 1.5m or 3m cable length (please select when ordering!).

    Technical data:
    Measuring range: -200 to +150°C (-328 to +302°F)
    Response time: typ. better than 5 minutes to 90% FSD in moving air
    Sensor type: PT1000 (class B)
    Protection rating: IP67, waterproof
    Temperature data: 
         Sheath and cable: -200 to +150°C (-328 to +301°F), do not flex cable below -70°C (-94°F)!
         Ferrite bead: -25°C t +125°C (-13 to +257°F)
         Connector: -25°C to +85°C (-13 to +185°F)
         Sheath: stainless steel (316)
         Cable: Hyflon MFA
         Flat cable cross sectiont: ca. 1.8mm x 3.6mm
         Ferrite bead: 3 W 800
         Connector: nickel plated brass/zinc alloy
    Weight: 53g (with 1.5m cable)

    This probe is suitable for the following Tinytag dataloggers:

    TGP-4205  (full recording of the probe's measuring range)

    For other dataloggers their measuring range has to be considered:

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