Temperature Sensor - Fast Response   Home / SmartQ Sensors  

A different type of thermometer, with low thermal mass and quick response times. Ideal for recording temperatures from low grade heat sources. 

The quick response times let you monitor changes in temperature over short times. This is not water, acid or alkali resistant, if this is required use the standard temperature sensor.

Temperature sensor fast response on the back of a hand
Teaching applications:
  • Changes in skin temperature
  • Temperature changes in gas compression / expansion
  • Effect of insulation
  • Long term monitoring of a dry environment
 
 
  • Small sensor bead, 2mm diameter
  • Two ranges, Centigrade, Fahrenheit
  • Low thermal inertia
  • Fast response
  • Flexible sensor lead
  • PVC cable insulation working range -10 – 85oC.
  • Flexible cable makes it ideal for measurement in confined spaces.

Contents/Details:

-30°C to +110°C (Resolution 0.1°C)
-22°F to 230°F (Resolution 0.1°F)

Available Resources

Downloads Temperature Sensor Manual
Doc No.: DS023 | Issue: 4

Images Gallery

Temperature Sensor - Fast Response Temperature Sensor - Fast Response Temperature Sensor - Fast Response Temperature Sensor - Fast Response

Videos

You can browse even more videos on our YouTube channel

Data Harvest Temperature sensor - Fast response

Teaching Materials

Reg Body Temp (Biology (14-18) eBook)
Use fast responding low heat coefficient thermometer sensors to measure the response of the body to heat and cold as a stimuli from the environment. Introductory activity for homeostasis and control.

View Worksheet Biology (14-18) eBook
Regulation of Body Temp (Exercise) (Biology (14-18) eBook)
Homeostasis is the process by which the internal environment of the body is kept relatively stable despite changes in the external environment. A series of measurements to show the effect of temperature control

View Worksheet Biology (14-18) eBook
What happens to temperature of gas if pressure is changed (Physics (14-18) : Light, Sound & Pressure eBook)
The investigation uses a fast temperature sensor threaded into a syringe, as the syringe plunger is pushed in or out the sensor records any change in temperature.

View Worksheet Physics (14-18) : Light, Sound & Pressure eBook
Boyles Law (Physics (14-18) : Light, Sound & Pressure eBook)
In this investigation the snapshot mode of sensing science laboratory is used to collect the pressure information for a fixed mass of gas that is being compressed in volume. The function wizard is then used to produce the graph of P vs. 1/V .

View Worksheet Physics (14-18) : Light, Sound & Pressure eBook
Order No. : 3101

Register for eNews
Get the latest news, offers and updates in your inbox.

REGISTER NOW