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Oakton WD-35710-70 Stainless Steel External Temperature Probe For TempLog Dataloggers, 0.25" Diameter x 3.25" Length


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Oakton
Part Number WD-35710-70
Material Type Stainless Steel
Number of Items 1
UNSPSC Code 20122900


Product Features

  • Temperature sensor for -50 to 100 degrees C range
  • Stainless steel sensors for durability, strength, and abrasion-resistance
  • Comes with an 8.2-foot long cable for ease of use
  • External probe for air, liquids and solids
  • Size offers ease of maneuverability

Product Description

The Oakton 35710-70 probe is an external sensor for temperature readings within the -50 to 100 degrees C range. The probe, also known as a sensor, measures the temperature of a solution, and is commonly used for testing air, liquids and solids in field and laboratory applications. This probe features a stainless steel sensor for specific applications. Its size offers maneuverability, and comes with an 8.2-foot cable for ease of use.

The 35710-70 probe dimensions are 3.25 (l) x 0.25 (d) inches. It has a four-pin connection, and is intended for use with the Oakton TempLog and RH/TempLog dataloggers (sold separately).

A probe, or sensor, is used with a datalogger to assist in temperature measurement, in environments such as shipping and storage, laboratories and industrial plants, greenhouses and cold rooms, and museums and libraries.

Oakton Instruments manufactures an array of scientific instruments for research, industrial, and educational uses. Since 1991, Oakton has distributed a wide variety of instruments such as meters, electrodes, and transmitters. Oakton is based in Vernon Hills, IL, and has facilities in Europe, Asia, and China.

What’s in the Box?

  • Sensor
  • Cable

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