Brake fluid sensor

Sensors for tyre and braking systems

Description

The braking fluid thermocouple from Therma convinces not only with its compact construction but also with its simple installation. Just screw it in in-place of the air vent screw to measure the temperature of the brake fluid. The subsequent sheathing line can then be comfortably bent in the required direction. When the thermocouple is screwed in, the braking system is then vented through its thread. The temperature measurement of the brake fluid, along with the brake disc surface measurement, also supplies important control values for a successful and safe race. During long races or races with many downhill routes, the brake disc overheats over-proportionally. The accruing radiation heat during this has a direct effect on the brake fluid, respectively heats it up. Depending on the type of brake fluid being used, it already reaches its boiling point at approx. 140–260 °C.

Inductive sensors
  • Brake fluid sensor
  • braking fluid thermocouple
  • Sensors for tyre and braking systems
  • fluid sensor
  • thermocouple
  • mini-plug

Product features

Sensor diameter 1.5 mm
Sheathing material Inconell600
Sensor length 100 mm or 200 mm
Installation length 22.5 mm
Thread M10x1
Adapter sleeve VA 5.0 x 40 mm
Line length 1,000 mm, 2,000 mm or 3,000 mm
Line type FEP-Teflon with Cu shield, AWG24F
Temperature range of the line up to 205 °C in continuous duty, 230 °C peak
Connection free ends, mini-plug, mini-plug self-locking, analogue 0–5 V (THK)

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