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Omega Introduces Compensated M12 Thermocouple Connectors

Also unveils TH-21 thermistor probes, PR25CU RTD sensor.

Also unveils TH-21 thermistor probes, PR25CU RTD sensor.

The M12-FM series is a new Omega connector that features male pins and female sockets made of thermocouple material. The male and female connectors, with straight or right angled connection styles, provide a wide selection of connection options. According to Omega, the connectors are ideal for ovens for heat treating, engines and automation machines.

The company’s TH-21 Series thermistor probes are constructed with the a glass encapsulated thermistor element which provides stability and accuracy. With a maximum continuous temperature rating of -80 to 200 °C (-112 to 392 °F), and intermittent operation to 250 °C (482 °F), the sensors can be used in a variety of applications.

The PR25CU RTD sensor incorporates a copper tip, which provides an improved heat transfer path between the sensing element and the process conditions allowing for reduced response times and better temperature tracking. The M12 connector provides a secure connection for all types of applications. The probe can be ordered straight or with mounting threads of 1 2, 3 8 or 1 4 NPT. The probe is also offered in a metric millimeter size and M8x1 and M10x1 mounting threads. According to the company, it is ideal for bearing temperatures on manufacturing equipment and for automotive and manufacturing plants.

For more information, visit Omega.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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