Averaging Temperature Sensors suit building automation systems.

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Constructed with 4 environmentally-sealed temperature sensing modules spaced evenly along 12 ft. bendable aluminum probe coil, Series AVG Sensors measure average supply air temperature in large ducts. Probe terminates into rugged steel housing that meets NEMA4/IP65 requirements.



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NEW! Averaging Temperature Sensors from LOVE CONTROLS



LOVE CONTROLS, a Division of Dwyer Instruments, Inc., Michigan City, Indiana, is introducing the NEW Series AVG Averaging Temperature Sensors for a cost-effective solution in building automation systems.

The Series AVG measures the average supply air temperature in large ducts. The sensors are constructed with four environmentally-sealed temperature sensing modules spaced evenly along the 12 ft (3.6 m) bendable aluminum probe coil. The probe terminates into a rugged, steel housing that meets NEMA 4 (IP65) requirements.

LOVE CONTROLS produces a wide variety of controls. Products are designed and manufactured to high quality and reliability standards and backed by solid warranties and years of practical experience.

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