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1-Wire Temperature sensor with RJ11/12 Interface and 1M cable

Temp-sense 1M


Features

  • based on DS18B20 sensor
  • 1-wire bus
  • RJ11/12 connector

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The Sensormetrix 1-Wire Temperature sensors are designed using the digital Dallas DS18B20 digital sensor and are available with cable lengths of 1m,3m,5m and 10m with RJ11/RJ12 connector as standard.

Designed and manufactured to high standard, these sensors have proven quality and are widely used in temperature monitoring applications. They can interface with any temperature monitoring device that uses 1-Wire as their sensor input.

Using the widely adopted 1-Wire bus and encoded with unique serial numbers, multiple sensors can be used within the same monitoring system and infrastructure, as they all are encoded with their own unique serial number.

These sensors are used in monitoring temperature in a number of day to day industrial situations, including server rooms, warehouses, fridges, freezers, liquid and many more.

Our 1-Wire temperature sensors are available in many forms to suit most applications, these include the standard parts suitable for indoor use, sensors with flat cables that are suitable for fridge and freezer monitoring and our IP67 rated sensors with water proof housing for measuring temperatures in liquids and outdoors.

The PCB used in our standard sensor, also includes a "hole" allowing the sensor to be placed in computer racks.

If you require these sensors in any other specification, including in PCB form, different cable lengths or sensor housing, we will accommodate your requirements, although minimum order quantities with certain requirements will apply.

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temp-sense 1m

Temp-sense 1M

1-Wire Temperature sensor with RJ11/12 Interface and 1M cable
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01189 769014

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