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Sense high temperatures with the new Analogue High Temperature Sensor - PT100

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Here at Tronixlabs Australia we have a wide range of temperature sensors, and the latest to arrive is the new Analogue High Temperature Sensor - PT100 from DFrobot. Using the PT100 you can measure temperatures between 30 and 350 degrees Celsius:

DFrobot Analogue High Temperature Sensor - PT100 from Tronixlabs Australia

Wow, that's hot! Ideal for poking into toaster ovens, hot car interiors, or anywhere else a normal temperature sensor cannot survive. The probe is on a 2 metre lead, and is waterproof so you can test boiling water and so forth.

The interface board offers an analogue output - so you can use any platform with an ADC or your own circuitry to take action on the temperature received.

We have these DFrobot Analogue High Temperature Sensor - PT100 kits in stock now for $29.95 including GST - and as always, we'll ship your entire order anywhere in Australia for $5.

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