STE-1405 | Sensor: Duct Temp, 10K-T3, 4″ Probe
OVERVIEW | Sensor: Duct Temp, 10K-T3, 4" Probe
The KMC STE-1400 Series, Type III, 10,000 ohm thermistor temperature sensors are available in different housings for surface, duct, duct averaging, immersion, strap-on, and outside air applications. All probes are constructed to provide good heat transfer and fast response. The averaging sensors are available in both plenum-rated cable or with a copper probe.
Each STE-1401/1402/1404/1405 duct sensor is encapsulated in a 1/4-inch O.D. stainless-steel probe. The probe protrudes from the bottom of the sensor housing (if included, minimizing lead-length error. The probe can be inserted directly into the duct for single-point monitoring, and mounting holes are provided to rigidly support the assembly.
The STE-1411/1412/1413/1414/1415/1416/1417 averaging duct sensor incorporates numerous sensors inside a copper tube and is available in a 5/16-inch O.D. bendable copper probe or in a flexible plenum-rated cable. The completed assembly acts as a single sensor and any temperature change is averaged across the sensor. The probes can be bent to fit any size duct.
The STE-1421/1422 immersion sensor is encapsulated in a 1/4-inch O.D. 304 stainless-steel probe. The probe protrudes from the bottom of the sensor housing, minimizing lead length error. The probe has a 1/2-inch NPT fitting to be screwed into the HMO-4533/4543 brass well or HMO-4534/4544 stainless-steel well.
The STE-1454 strap-on sensor is encapsulated in a two-inch-long, 1/4-inch O.D. stainless-steel probe. The probe has a five-foot lead wire and comes standard with an enclosure. The STE-1455 strap-on sensor does not include an enclosure.
The STE-1451 outside air sensor is mounted in a weatherproof gasketed enclosure with a sun shield for protection against the outdoor elements. It comes with an LB c/w 1/2-inch NPT fitting for connection to conduit.
The STE-1430 room sensor, designed for temperature measurement of occupied spaces, can be mounted on an interior hollow wall in a standard single-gang electrical box. The sensor is mounted behind a flat brushed stainless-steel plate.