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MF-180 Heat flux sensor

Make:  Eko    Model:  MF-180
✅ JIS A 1412 Calibration Compliant
✅ Low output Voltage
✅ Small & Thin
✅ High sensitivity
✅ Measurement range from -30 degree C to 120 Degree C
                
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A heat flux sensor is a thermopile, an electronic device that translates thermal energy into an electrical voltage proportional to the temperature gradient across its thermocouples’ hot and cold junctions.

EKO Instruments offers a selection of thin substrate heat-flux sensors in a range of different sizes and thicknesses, an ideal option for research and engineering applications as well as manufacturing control and monitoring processes.

As small as 4 x 2 cm², with a thin 0.9 mm plate, the MF-180 is a flexible option for a variety of applications with a measurement range from -30°C to 120°C. Light and easy to install, multiple units of the MF-180 are a great alternative to the HF-30S for large areas with an irregular surface.

Make

Eko

Model

MF-180

Response time 95%

25 Sec.

Sensitivity

Approx. 28 μV/W/m²

Thermal resistance

Approx. 0.01 °C/(W/m2)

Impedance

150 – 550 Ω

Operating temperature range

-30 to 120 °C

Dimensions mm

40 (L) x 20 (W) x 0.9 (H)

Weight

0.0011 kg

Ingress protection IP

Substrate

Teflon

Cladding

Polyester

Cable length

10 m