Thursday, October 21, 2010

Flexible temperature sensor technology demo

Moore Industries-International has released an eight minute digital video production, "Temperature Sensor Technology Demo Featuring Moore Industries WORM." It features a product demonstration, competitive analysis and installation instructions for the WORM, a unique flexible temperature sensor.

It also features a review of the sensor that has a rigid tip and stainless steel spring. The presenter, Peter Welander, first demonstrates what is necessary to get the best measurement from a temperature sensor. Next, the WORM is highlighted as a simple yet effective solution for temperature measurement in a flexible sensor that provides protection for the sensor element and wiring and provides a faster response time.

The kit displayed in the video includes everything needed to make a conversion from a rigid style temperature probe and install it in nearly every application. 

There is also a demonstration of a full installation for a new WORM flexible temperature sensor—an installation that occurs without taking off the housing because of the WORM’s flexibility.

Advantages highlighted in the video include the smaller diameter and faster response time, as well as the WORM’s ability to be cut to any length, eliminating the need to stock or order exact sizes since the assembly is “one size fits all.”

"Temperature Sensor Technology Demo Featuring Moore Industries WORM,” is available free through the Moore Industries corporate website. On the WORM video landing page, you can also download the WORM data sheet, get a two-page overview by downloading the free PDF “Get Rid of Rigid: Get the WORM Flexible Temperature Sensor,” and link directly to Moore Industries Temperature Sensors, Transmitters and Assemblies Selection Guide. 

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