Temperature-sensor guide - Minco

May 27, 2010
The 172-page Sensors & Instruments Solutions Guide helps users define temperature-sensing applications and choose the right sensor and instrument.

The 172-page Sensors & Instruments Solutions Guide helps users define temperature-sensing applications and choose the right sensor and instrument. The guide also helps determine what sensors are best, compares sensor alternatives, and helps users obtain parts for testing and prototyping sensors.

The guide highlights 255 in-stock parts, as well as thousands of other standard sensors. Also included are new products, such as a compact plug sensor, integrated sensor/transmitter assembly, conductivity level sensor, and programmable “smart” transmitters, as well as a full line of sensor and transmitter assemblies with calibration accuracy options. For applications in hazardous areas, there are explosionproof and intrinsically safe designs.

Minco, 7300 Commerce Lane, Minneapolis, MN 55432, (763) 571-3121, www.minco.com

© 2010 Penton Media, Inc.

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