The mica-insulated sensors are designed for measurements at elevated temperatures, typically above 300 °C to a current maximum of 800 °C. Due to the strain exerted on the sensors under these circumstances, the lifetime of mica-insulated sensors is limited and they should be considered consumables.
Sensors for Isotropic, Anisotropic, Slab and One-dimensional measurements, with operating temperature from 300 °C up to 800 °C:
|Sensor design:||Radius (mm):|
|4922L **||14.6 with extended leads|
|5599L **||29.5 with extended leads|
* For applications with thermal conductivity larger than 5 W/(mK), the Cp-value must be known beforehand.
** Intended for large and very high-conducting samples.
The mica-insulated sensors are delivered without cables and the sensors are instead mounted in special sensor holders to which electrical leads are attached.