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MF-180M Heat flux sensor

Make:  Eko    Model:  MF-180M
✅ Calibration complies with JIS A 1412
✅ low output Voltage
✅ Teflon substrate heatflux sensor
✅ Small size and profile
✅ Waterproof and durable design
                
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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.

Tough enough to weather constant outdoor exposure, the MF-180M is moulded with epoxy resin, and based on a Teflon (PTFE) substrate with Carbon FRP cladding. It’s tough, sensitive, and comes in the same small 4 x 2 cm² size as the MF-180, suitable for a range of applications.

Make

Eko

Model

MF-180M

Response time 95%

13 Sec.

Sensitivity

Approx. 25 μV/W/m²

Thermal resistance

Approx. 0.015 °C/(W/m2)

Impedance

150 – 550 Ω

Operating temperature range

-20 to 120 °C

Dimensions mm

50 (L) x 25 (W) x 1.2 (H)

Weight

0.001 kg

Ingress protection IP

65

Substrate

Teflon

Cladding

Carbon FRP

Cable length

10 m

Datasheet

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Manual

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