Description

This sensor for measuring exhaust gases was developed together with a Formula 1 team. The goal was to achieve the greatest possible reliability during the race. The sensor was designed so that it can withstand a maximum of vibrations and extreme temperatures while being made in a highly compact construction at the same time. The special feature is the connection lead. It is not made from the usual mineral-insulated stainless steel sheathed line, which is too rigid and which tends to vibration fractures. Instead, the line is made of stranded conductors with PTFE insulation and an additional heat shield so it can be easily and flexibly adapted to the environment. The sensor is being used with exceeding success by professional teams in long distance races, American race series and the domestic DTM. The benefits: Highly vibration-proof Very robust High temperature resistance (up to 1,200 °C) Individual plug assembly possible Can be individually adapted

Inductive sensors
  • Sensors for exhaust systems
  • sensor for measuring exhaust gases
  • Vibration-proof sensors
  • sensor
  • thermocouple
  • Type K
  • NiCr-Ni

Product features

Sensor diameter 5.0–3.0 mm
Sheathing material Nimonic75, double-walled
Installation length 38.5 mm
Male thread M8x1
Line length 1,000 mm to 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)
Operating temperature up to 1,200 °C

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