These wireless temperature & humidity sensors from Novus provide an innovative and capable solution for monitoring various different areas, when hard wiring is inconvenient or even impossible.
Servotech has grown to become the largest and most successful New Zealand based company specialising in temperature measuring equipment.
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Servotech offers Temperature by design. To do this, step one is simply to find the product you may require in our products section. There will be a link to a .pdf you can download.
After you have downloaded the drawing, you will notice many options available for design. Fill out your specifications and this will be a great starting point for us to make exactly what you are looking for.
Email the drawing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 09-415-8361. We will contact you in return with a quote and timeframe for delivery. Now designing your probe is as easy as 1,2,3.
The Novus N1540 process meter is designed for high performance and reliable operation in the most demanding applications. Based on an advanced and robust hardware platform, the N1540 can be fully programmed via its front keypad or via a USB interface. By using USB, you can even program multiple displays at the same time with the same parameters. On top of that, the USB interface also provides an invaluable means for continuous monitoring of the measured process variable. With a very short 35 mm depth enclosure, the N1540 can be easily installed in panels and enclosures where space is at a premium. Available in 230VAC or 24VDC power supply variants. Dual alarm relays are also available as an add-on option.
A set of 3 PTC thermistors designed for overtemp protection of motor field / stator windings. They are normally used in conjunction with a VSD or motor protection relay, and transition to a high resistance state when the specified temperature is exceeded, shutting off the supply to the motor in order to prevent overheating.We stock the most common type which has a ‘trip’ temperature of 140°C.