Temperature Sensors Eye HVAC Apps

Temperature Sensors Eye HVAC Apps
E+E Elektronik GmbH

Targeting HVAC and building applications, the company’s latest temperature sensors employ a compact enclosure with protection class IP65/NEMA 4 that promises easy installation of the sensors. Via external mounting holes, the sensors can be installed with closed housing, which protects the device from building site contamination. The EE431 duct sensor measures air temperature in heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems. It can be installed in air ducts with the mounting flange and inclined fixing screw. For measurement in liquids, the sensors are mounted with an immersion well with a fixing clamp. The EE441 strap-on sensor can be fixed with a hose clamp onto ducts and pipes. Typical applications include heating systems (hot and cold water pipes) and solar collectors. The aluminium contact surface ensures reliable heat transfer and a fast response time. The EE451 can be used both indoors and outdoors for weather-dependent temperature control of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. A mounting bracket keeps the sensor at a distance from the wall, minimizing wall temperature influence on air measurements. The EE461 cable temperature sensor is available with a 0.5m to 3m cable length. Its sensor sleeve ensures IP65/NEMA 4 protection class. All product-specific information is printed on the cable. The EE471 is available with various cable lengths between the sensing probe and housing. It can be used for measurement in the air as well as with an immersion well in liquids. Both the probe and the enclosure are IP65/ NEMA 4 rated.

E+E Elektronik GmbH
Engerwitzdorf, Austria
+43 (0) 7235 605-0
[email protected]

USA Contact:
Gregg Leighton
124 Grove Street
Franklin, MA 02038
Phone: 508-530-3068
FAX: 508-346-3798

Contact Info

Company: E+E Elektronik GmbH
Country: Austria
Phone number: +43 7235-605-0
Fax: +43 7235-605-8

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