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DESCRIPTION

The fundamental problem with surface temperature measurement is that it is subject to large stem conduction errors, also because heat conducted from the surface of the hot-plate causes a localised cold spot to be created which means that the temperature indicated by the hot plate is not necessarily the temperature at the point of measurement.

An ideal system would not disturb the heat-flux from the hot-plate.

During 1993 such a system was described (ref. “Progress in Contact Thermometry” 1993 B. D. Foulis) and Isotech have the inventor’s permission to make and market the device World-wide.

Principal of Operation

A fine wire type N thermocouple is used as the surface temperature sensor, a second junction 2 to 3mm along the thermocouple, senses the temperature difference due to heat flux along the sensor.

A heater heats the thermocouple stem until the temperature gradient is zero, thus creating a measurement without stem conduction, or disturbance of the hot-plate’s surface.

The 944 can be used with the Isotech Small Hot Plate model 983. A traceable calibration certificate is available to order.

SPECIFICATION

Technical FeatureValue
Model944 True Surface Temperature Measurement System
Temperature Range30°C to 350°C
Resolution of Display0.1°C or 0.1°F
Stability±0.1°C
Accuracy±2°C with TRACEABLE Certification ±5°C without Certification
Probe AssemblyProbe Diameter – 7.5mm Probe Length – 150mm Lead Length – 850mm
Power Supply100V – 120V, 50/60Hz or 200V – 240V, 50/60Hz
DimensionsHeight 90mm Width 153mm Depth 265mm (excluding plugs)
Weight4kg
How to orderModel 944 & Probe 935-14-81 Please state supply voltage required. Please state if Calibration is required.

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Model 944

30°C to 350°C

The fundamental problem with surface temperature measurement is that it is subject to large stem conduction errors, also because heat conducted from the surface of the hot-plate causes a localised cold spot to be created which means that the temperature indicated by the hot plate is not necessarily the temperature at the point of measurement.

  • Indicates True Surface Temperature
  • 30°C to 350°C
  • Resolution 0.1°C

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