Magnet Sensor

Brand: Pyromation
The magnet sensors are designed to measure the surface temperature of ferrous metals with a convenient and non-destructive magnetic attachment. These sensors are designed to be mounted either vertically or horizontally and may be attached to molding press platens, bearing/motor housings and various other metal surfaces. 

These sensors provide stabilized temperature readings in less than 5 seconds. The magnet sensors have a continuous operating temperature of 400° F. The T and H series can take intermittent temperatures up to 600° F, but the pull of the magnet will be degraded at temperatures above 450° F. 

The M series has a 2 lb. pull force magnet and the T and H series have a nominal 10 lb. pull force magnet.
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The magnet sensors are designed to measure the surface temperature of ferrous metals with a convenient and non-destructive magnetic attachment. These sensors are designed to be mounted either vertically or horizontally and may be attached to molding press platens, bearing/motor housings and various other metal surfaces. 

These sensors provide stabilized temperature readings in less than 5 seconds. The magnet sensors have a continuous operating temperature of 400° F. The T and H series can take intermittent temperatures up to 600° F, but the pull of the magnet will be degraded at temperatures above 450° F. 

The M series has a 2 lb. pull force magnet and the T and H series have a nominal 10 lb. pull force magnet.

Magnet Sensors

Thermocouple Types

Magnet Assembly Styles

"A" Dimension

"A" Dimension

"A" Dimension

Bend Options

Insulation

Conductor

Leadwire Protection

Terminations

Mating Connector Options

Cable Clamp Options

Junction Option

Documentation

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