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    Temperature Sensor Price List

    Temperature sensors are critical sensors used in a wide variety of applications to measure temperature and convert it into readable signals or digital data. There are many different types of temperature sensors, each with its own unique principle of operation, scope of application, and cost. One-stop lndustrial Automation Shop will introduce several common types of temperature sensors and then explore their price ranges so that users can better understand and compare the cost differences between the different options.

    Temperature sensors play an important role in a wide range of applications, including industrial, scientific, medical, environmental monitoring, electronic devices, and home appliances. The selection of temperature sensors is often governed by cost factors, so understanding price ranges is critical for engineers and users in a variety of applications.

    ATO Shop Temperature Sensor Price List

    Product Product Name SKU USD
    Thermocouple Thermocouple, K type, Sheath ATO-TC-KS 46.15
    Thermocouple, E type, Sheath ATO-TC-ES 46.15
    Thermocouple, J type, Sheath ATO-TC-JS 68.92
    Thermocouple, T type, Sheath ATO-TC-TS 49.23
    K type Thermocouple Probe ATO-TC-KSD1 66.18
    Thermocouple, S type, Assembly ATO-TC-SA 524.92
    Thermocouple, K type, Assembly ATO-TC-KA 50.77
    Thermocouple, E type, Assembly ATO-TC-EA 89.96
    Thermocouple, B type, Assembly ATO-TC-BA 524.92
    Thermocouple, J type, Assembly ATO-TC-JA 59.96
    Thermocouple, T type, Assembly ATO-TC-TA 53.85
    Thermocouple, N type, Assembly ATO-TC-NA 56.92
    Thermocouple, R type, Assembly ATO-TC-RA 1,031.92
    K type Thermocouple with Transmitter ATO-TC-KT 81.54
    Digital Thermocouple with transmitter ATO-TC-KD 143.68
    RTD Sensor RTD Sensor Probe, Pt100, 3 Wire ATO-RTD-PB3W 74.68
    RTD Sensor, Pt100, Sheath, 3 Wire ATO-RTD-S3W 79.96
    RTD Sensor, Pt100, Thermowell ATO-RTD-TW 91.54
    RTD Sensor, Pt100, 2 Wire ATO-RTD-T2W 112.31
    Digital Temperature Sensor, Pt100, 2 Wire ATO-RTD-D2W 173.85
    Infrared Temperature Sensor High Temperature Infrared Sensor, Non-Contact ATO-IR-402 359.39
    Industrial Laser Infrared Temperature Sensor ATO-IR-6JG 1153.99
    Infrared Temperature Sensor for Human Body ATO-IR-400F 565.79
    Infrared Temperature Sensor,0-1200℃ ATO-IR-400A 439.79
    Infrared Temperature Sensor,4-20mA Output ATO-IR-400 280.099
    Infrared Temperature Sensor,4-20mA/RS485 Output ATO-IR-405 410.19


    Common Types of Temperature Sensors

    • Thermistor: A thermistor is a temperature sensor based on changes in electrical resistance. The resistance of a thermistor varies with temperature. Common types of thermistors include PT100 and PT1000. Thermistors provide highly accurate measurements over a wide range of temperatures. Typically used in applications where accuracy is critical, such as laboratory testing and scientific research, thermistors vary in price depending on accuracy and material.
    • Thermocouples: Thermocouples are temperature sensors made of two different metallic materials that utilize the thermoelectric effect to measure temperature. The principle of operation of a thermocouple is based on the fact that the contact between two dissimilar metals produces a difference in electrical potential that varies with temperature. Thermocouples are suitable for a wide range of temperatures, from very low to very high temperatures, and are therefore widely used in high-temperature environments such as oil refining and steel production. Different types of thermocouples have different prices, which are usually based on the type of metal, accuracy, and measurement range.
    • Semiconductor Temperature Sensors: Semiconductor temperature sensors are based on the relationship between the resistance of the semiconductor material and the temperature. Semiconductor temperature sensors are typically less expensive but offer enough accuracy to meet the needs of many industrial and household applications. Semiconductor sensors typically have fast response times and small dimensions for compact spaces.
    • Infrared Temperature Sensors: Infrared temperature sensors are non-contact sensors. Infrared temperature sensors measure the infrared radiation emitted by an object to determine temperature. These temperature sensors are suitable for situations where quick measurements are required or where contact with the object to be measured needs to be avoided, such as in the medical field, food processing, and household appliances. These Infrared temperature sensors are suitable for contactless measurements and prices vary depending on the measurement range and accuracy.

    It is important to note that in addition to the price of the temperature sensor itself, the cost of the data acquisition system, calibration, and installation that accompanies it also needs to be considered. In addition, some special-purpose temperature sensors, such as those used in high or low-temperature environments, are usually more expensive. Choosing the right temperature sensor for your application requires a combination of price, accuracy, and measurement range. Depending on the specific requirements of different applications, you can choose the most cost-effective type of temperature sensor to meet your monitoring and control needs.

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