Description: These temperature probes are designed according to customers' specifications and are optimized for high volume conditions or mass production in order to achieve minimum sensor cost and maximum quality.
Typically, this sensor includes a metal thermowell which is made by stamping with deep-drawing or processing on high-speed lathe CNC milling machines. Stamped thermowells have lower response time (the wall thickness is 0.25-0.35 mm) as compared with the thermowells manufactured by traditional technology from capillary tube. The thermowell material is 304 stainless steel, copper or brass. Thermowells can be also finally processed in polishing or electrolytic machines.
The wire leads of these sensors are selected based on their crimp in the thermowell and are carved on special machines with automatic cutting, stripping and screen. Cable terminals of different shapes and types can be installed on the ends of wire leads.
The sensor of this probe is either thermistor, platinum RTD or digital chip-sensor of world leading manufactures Dallas Semiconductor, Maxim, Texas Instruments, etc. When using chip-sensors or built-in transducers, it's possible to breed, solder and assemble PCBs. The sensors can both be soldered and welded to wire leads on the argon-arc or laser welding.
At the final stage of production these sensors are checked for compliance with customer requirements: hermiticity, vibration, insulation resistance, accuracy class, etc. TERA has a complete production cycle for doing all these works. The production capacity is tens of thousands of sensors in a month.
The cost of these sensors is from 3 dollars per unit, excluding the pre-production cost. To provide you with query, send your technical specifications to this email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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