MF-200 Heat flux sensor

  • Thinnest heatflux sensor on the market
  • Small area thermal conductivity sensor 
  • High accuracy due to thin concept
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The thinnest square size thermal conductivity sensor can be found in most general applications. For system designers and research engineers it is a convenient detector to validate the physical mathematics of simulated heat transfer models:

  • Evaluation of floor heating
  • Research on heating efficiency of various lamps and other light sources
  • Investigation of the heating efficiency of drying machines, heating systems, etc.
  • Measurement of radiative heating and heating absorption of various parts of an automobile
  • Research of radiative heating of various plants

The low output Voltage of the heat flow sensor can be easily converted to a 4-20mA current or higher Voltage using the MS-4..20mA converter. The mV/mA converter can be pre-programmed and optimized within the operating range compatible ...

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  Specifications MF-200
Response time 95% 13 Sec.
Sensitivity Approx. 6 µV/W/m²
Thermal resistance Approx. 0.003 m2°C/W
Impedance 15 - 30 Ω
  Operating temperature range -20 - 120 °C
  Cable length 10 m
  Dimensions (mm) 50 (L) x 50 (W) x 0.7 (H)
Weight 0.0033 kg
  Ingress protection IP -
  Substrate Glass epoxy
  Cladding Polyester
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MF-180
MF-180M
MF-190

Applications and uses

Understanding of heat flow and thermal losses is inevitable during building design and engineering of energy-efficient floor heating systems. Thermal conductivity can be improved when for multilayer constructions materials are optimized ...

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The construction building wall makes the most significant contribution to the reduction of building energy consumption. The total thermal losses of building constructions strongly depends on the environmental conditions (Location ...

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