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Outside wall resistance thermometer ⁄ weather sensor THERMASGARD® ATF 1 (Internal sensor) with passive output, with enclosure made of impact-resistant plastic and quick-locking screws.
Outside wall resistance thermometer ⁄ weather sensor THERMASGARD® ATF 01 (Internal sensor) with passive output, with enclosure made of impact-resistant plastic and snap-on lid.
It is used to measure outside temperatures, temperatures in wet rooms e.g. as an outdoor sensor, weather sensor for installation on outside walls, in cold storage buildings and greenhouses, in halls, in the industrial sector and in agriculture. In outdoor areas, the temperature sensor is installed preferably at the north side of a building or in a protected place. In case of direct solar radiation, the sunshade protector WS 01 should be used.
|Connection type||2-wire connection|
|Testing current||< 2.0 mW|
|Measuring range||–50...+90 °C|
≥ 100 MΩ,
at +20 °C (500V DC)
0.14 - 1.5 mm²
via terminal screws on circuit board
material polyamide, 30 % glass-globe reinforced,
with quick-locking screws
(slotted ⁄ Phillips head - combination),
colour traffic white (similar to RAL 9016)
|Enclosure dimensions||72 x 64 x 37,8 mm (Tyr 1)|
2x M 12 x 1.5 (Y-adapter); with strain relief,
exchangeable, max. inner diameter 6 mm
|Permissible air humidity||< 95 % r. H., non-precipitating air|
|Protection class||III (according to EN 60 730)|
|Protection type||IP 67 (according to EN 60 529)|
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