Multi-purpose temperature sensors

Published:  04 August, 2010

ATC Semitec, temperature sensor

ATC Semitec’s AT-11 series temperature sensor offers the best accuracy/cost/quality ratio available in the industry. Precise to ±0.3 K at 25°C and with a fast-response tip (only 6 x 5 x 15 mm long), the AT-11 controls air or water temperature in your application up to 105°C.

The AT-11 also has a 3 kV di-electric rating and, owing to the sensor tip/lead-wire insulation being made from the same material, offers peace of mind in applications where moisture ingress has previously been a problem.

These cost-effective sensors are perfectly suited for use in energy-recovery systems, air-handling units, underfloor heating and other HVAC applications.

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