HF-10S Heat flux sensor

  • Thin heatflux sensor
  • Low thermal resistance
  • Small size
  • Weather proof
  • Calibration complies with JIS A 1412
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The HF-10S measures heat flux through an object it is mounted to, in W/m2. The HC-10 features a very thin design and has a low thermal resistance. Heat flux sensors can be used in a variety of research applications and manufacturing control processes. EKO has various types of thin substrate heat flux sensors in the product line-up. 

A heat flux sensor is a thermopile sensor which generates an electric signal proportional to the temperature difference (∆T) across the thermocouple hot and cold junctions. To generate a measurable voltage, heat flux sensors have multiple thermocouples spread over the total area connected in series. EKO heat flux sensors are available in different sizes and thickness.

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  Specifications HF-10S
Response time 95% 25 Sec.
Sensitivity Approx. 12 µV/W/m²
Thermal resistance Approx. 0.0016 m2°C/W
Impedance 90 - 180 Ω
  Operating temperature range -30 - 120 °C
  Cable length 10 m
  Dimensions mm 100 (L) x 100 (W) x 0.5 (H)
Weight 0.04 kg
  Ingress protection IP -
  Substrate Glass epoxy
  Cladding Epoxy
  Options

Applications and uses

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