This is the Stainless Steel Temperature Probe, a tough little Vernier Sensor that can be used to measure the temperature of organic liquids and even salt solutions, acids, and bases (just donâ€™t mix the last two). This sensor probe can be used the same as almost any other thermometer for experiments and in a multitude of fields like chemistry, biology, earth science, and more.Each sensor probe has a temperature range of -40 to 135Â°C (â€“40 to 275Â°F). Make sure not to use this probe in situations where the temperature is 150Â°C, this is the maximum temperature the probe can tolerate without damage.Vernier Software and Technology has been a leader in data collection and analysis for educators world-wide. They were amongst the first companies to design and promote the use of computers, sensors, and data collection in K-12 classroom laboratory experiments.Note: Due to manufacturerâ€™s restrictions, we can only ship these to the USA. Sorry world!Features:Temperature Range: â€“40 to 135Â°C (â€“40 to 275Â°F)Maximum Temperature: 150Â°C (302Â°F)Temperature sensor: 20 k? NTC ThermistorAccuracy: Â±0.2Â°C at 0Â°C, Â±0.5Â°C at 100Â°CResponse time (time for 90% change in reading):10 seconds (in water, with stirring)90 seconds (in moving air)400 seconds (in still air)Documents:User ManualArduino and Vernier SensorsProduct PageGitHub (Example Code)Product Video
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