Pt100 Temperature Probe


  • Flexible Teflon-coated temperature probe
  • Shorter 1m cable length (CL1)
  • Tip stable in approved solvents (with OXSOLV sensor)
  • With LEMO-connector

This temperature sensor is operated at the temperature port of our read-out devices via a LEMO-connector. It allows an automatic temperature compensation for optical sensors in samples with varying temperatures. As this sensor provides precision exceeding most standard temperature meters, it is also very valuable for independent temperature measuring tasks.

The complete sensor tip including its cabling is coated with Teflon specified for long-term submersion in aggressive media (e.g. sea water, approved organic solvents).

Dimensions. The sensor is ca. 2.1mm in diameter. The cable is very flexible, allowing its application in complex geometries. The standard cable length is 2m. The suffix "-CL1" to the item number indicates 1m and "-CL5" indicates 5m cable length.

Temperature range. This sensor is specified for the range of -30 to 150°C. For detailed specifications, see the respective pdf file in the Downloads tab.

LEMO-connector. All FireSting devices are equipped with a temperature port for utilizing electric Pt100 temperature probes with LEMO-connector for automatic temperature compensation of oxygen and/or pH measurements.

Good value. This product is a basic sensor for applications with no special requirements (like ultra fast response times, resistance to solvents, low detection limit)

Standard stock item. This item is typically in stock and small numbers can be shipped quickly. This does not apply for larger amounts, which ship with standard delivery time.

Applications. To get an overview of potential applications and to see our sensors in action, please visit our Applications site!


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Every PyroScience meter with a LEMO-connector is compatible with this sensor. Use this link to get a list of all compatible meters. Select additional requirements to find the optimal meter for you and your application!


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