A temperature probe is a type of temperature sensor. There are many different types of temperature probe and these are used for different applications across a whole host of industries.
Some temperature probes can measure temperature by being placed onto the surface. Others will need to be inserted or immersed in liquid to be able to measure the temperature. Often, temperature probes will measure the change in voltage and convert this into a format which can be monitored by the user.
Temperature probes can be either standard configurations or bespoke and made to order by the customer. The standard types tend to be used for more common applications for example; within the medical industry, whereas bespoke temperature probes are often used for very specific applications, such as in Motorsport or Engineering.
Temperature probes come in different formats; each type has pros and cons.
Temperature probes can be used in almost any industry. Some of the more popular industries we see demand for are;
Some applications for temperature probes are common in everyday life, others are very industry specific. Here are just a few of the applications which we have come into contact with in our experience.
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Article date: 05 / Feb / 2018
What is a temperature probe?
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