These surface mount thermistor sensors have an adhesive surface on the bottom of the sensor. Just remove the peel strip and apply to any dry, solid surface. These sensors are great for temporary installations, or for areas where installation options are limited.
Rated 1 out of
Ben Mike Jones from
Leads need insulationThermistor Leads shorted because there is no insulation on them. Also reviewing the review tool used to write this review...it has required fields, why not let the customer determine what information they want to provide with the review.
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 5 out of
Small foot print, with perfect accuracySmall footprint with spot on accuracy. The adhesive backing worked perfect against dry copper piping.
Is there a detailed procedure for cementing this product to aluminum?
Asked by: Mark K
We have no formal procedure. Basically, please follow the steps below.
1) Peel adhesive backing off of the SA1 sensor.
2) Apply to clean surface.
3) With the SA1 sensor in place, spread your prepared cement mixture over the 'edges' of the SA1 pad and onto the surface being attached to, being sure that there is no 'break' in the cement material between the pad and material surface.
4) Allow to cure according to cement instructions.
Answered by: dennis882
Date published: 2020-03-03
How do you convert the Thermistor resistance into degree Celsius? Do you have the equation?
Asked by: MDesj
You can calculate the temperature by using the Steinhart-Hart equations found on the Thermistor element data sheet. You can use "Thermistor Elements" in the search box to get to the appropriate page.