MF-180 Heat flux sensor

  • Thin heatflux sensor
  • High sensitivity
  • Small size
  • Calibration complies with JIS A 1412
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The MF-180 is a thin, sensitive, heat flux sensor. Small and easy to handle, the MF-180 is easy to attach to and detach from a range of surfaces. It can measure medium to low heat flux values, and is suitable for a range of applications; with a measurement range from -30 ֯C to 120 ֯C.

A heat flux sensor is a thermopile, an electronic device that translates thermal energy into electrical voltage proportional to the temperature gradient across its thermocouples' hot and cold junctions. To generate a high enough measurable voltage, heat flux sensors are equipped with multiple thermocouple junctions connected in series, distributed over the area of the sensor.

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  Specifications MF-180
Response time 95% 25 Sec.
Sensitivity Approx. 28 µV/W/m²
Thermal resistance Approx. 0.01 °C/(W/m2)
Impedance 150 - 550 Ω
  Operating temperature range -30 - 120 °C
  Cable length 10 m
  Dimensions mm 40 (L) x 20 (W) x 0.9 (H)
Weight 0.0011 kg
  Ingress protection IP -
  Substrate Teflon
  Cladding Polyester
  Cable length 10 m
  Options

Applications and uses

The effective measurement of heat flow through exterior walls is crucial to understanding the energy consumption and efficiency of any building. Environmental conditions determined by location, design, structural conditions, and ...

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