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PVC Overmolded Remote Room Thermostat Warming Heating Cable Undefloor Micro Temperature Sensor Probe 10KΩ 3950K 6.5x25mm

Categories Micro Temperature Sensor
Brand Name: Aolittel
Model Number: CWFM0103FC1-202M113X
MOQ: 1000 Pieces
Price: Negotiable
Payment Terms: T/T
Supply Ability: 1,000,000 Pieces Per Month
Delivery Time: 2-4 Weeks
Packaging Details: Bulk
Article Name: Floor Remote Micro Temperature Sensor Probe
R25: 10KΩ±1%
B25/50: 3950K±1%
Probe Diameter: 6.5mm
Probe Length: 20mm
Temp Range: -30~+105C
Withstanding Voltage: 1500VAC 2Sec
Response Speed: 15sec
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    PVC Overmolded Remote Room Thermostat Warming Heating Cable Undefloor Micro Temperature Sensor Probe 10KΩ 3950K 6.5x25mm

    PVC Overmolded Remote Room Thermostat Warming Heating Cable Undefloor Micro Temperature Sensor Probe 10KΩ 3950K 6.5x25mm


    The Probe and Sensor are used to control temperature where moisture would be a problem i.e. in wet room or bathroom. It can also control floor temperature where overheating would cause damage.

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    NOMaterial NameMaterial and Specifications
    1.ElementR25=10KΩ±1% B25/50=3950K±1% DC
    2.CoatingNTC encapsulated using PVC over-mold material (White)
    3Cable features

    UL2464-22AWG Tin plated copper cable with white PVC flat jacket wire 80℃ 300V

    4.Wire endsTinned
    Dimension (mm)
    6.52025±53±1as required


    NOItemSignTest ConditionsMin.Nor.Max.Unit
    1.Resistance at 25℃R25



    2.B ValueB25/503910.539503989.5k
    3.Dissipation factorσIn still airAbout 2mW/℃
    4.Time responseτIn flowing waterAbout 15sec
    5.Withstanding Voltage/1500VAC 2SecNo breakdownSec
    6.Insulation Resistance500VDC≧100
    7.Operating temp. range//-30/+105

    Dry & Solid Wall Instalation

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    Resistance Vs. Temperature Table

    R25=10KΩ±1% B25/50=3950K±1%
    R25=10KΩ±1% B25/50=3950K±1%

    What is the floor sensor probe and how does it work?

    Every aolittel electric underfloor heating thermostat should be configured to use an in-floor sensor probe to monitor the temperature of the floor. This is the most accurate way to control the running temperatures and positively influence your energy bills.

    The sensor probe is 3m long, 4mm thick and should be laid within a conduit, in a groove in the floor or insulation board. You can extend the sensor cable (using a 0.75mm twin core flex) by up to 50m.

    The conduit has a diameter of 11mm and should be used to facilitate removal or replacement if required.

    Sensor probes should always be installed in a clear area of the floor (internal doorways are a good spot) away from any other hot or cold influence such as hot water pipes or large glazed elevations and never under a rug! Rugs act as an insulator, keeping the heat in the floor and raising the temperature.

    If you cover the sensor probe with a rug the rest of the floor will stay cold because the thermostat is only monitoring the hottest part of the floor.

    The actual sensor is inside the module on the end of the cable and works by constantly monitoring the temperature of the floor.

    The temperature data is sent back to the thermostat which, when working to a preset schedule, automatically maintains your desired floor temperature.

    3 Tips for Installing a Floor Sensor

    When it comes to installing a floor-heating system, most of the attention goes to laying out the heating cable. Whether you’re using plastic fixing strips to weave the cable back and forth across the room, you’re pushing the cable into an installation membrane, or your system comes pre-assembled on mesh fabric, about 95 percent of the effort goes into installing the cable. The other 5 percent goes into hooking up the thermostat and installing the floor sensor. And though it’s clear what a floor sensor does — provides an accurate reading of the floor temperature to the thermostat so that it can regulate the system — how it works takes a little bit more research.Your floor-heating system’s installation manual will have all the details on how to correctly install the floor sensor. For instance, it will explain that the floor sensor does not have to reach the middle of the room to get the most accurate floor temperature reading. It only needs to reach about 6 inches into the system, running parallel with (and never overlapping) the heating cable. However, there are a few installation tips that you might not find in your manual that would help to know ahead of time.
    Tip #1: Install two floor sensors.When it comes to in-floor heating, it’s better to be proactive than reactive if you can. That’s why WarmlyYours suggests installing two floor sensors — but only connecting one to the thermostat. That way, if your floor sensor fails, you have a backup already installed that you can simply connect to the back of the thermostat. Backup/replacement floor sensors are available for purchase on for just $10. Although floor sensors very rarely fail, installing two instead of one will keep you from having to make a repair in the case that you do encounter a failure.
    Tip #2: Make use of the underlayment.The floor sensor is thicker than the heating element. Nevertheless, when installing a floor-heating system under tile or stone, the floor sensor nestles in nicely next to the heating element without adding to the floor elevation because the thinset provides a thick enough cushion between the heating element and the flooring. However, floor-heating systems installed under carpet or laminate do not use thinset. The heating element sits directly against the flooring material. As a result, the floor sensor will be situated higher than the heating cable, causing a bump in your flooring if you don’t fix the issue. The best way to solve this problem is to cut a channel in the underlayment located beneath your floor-heating system. This will allow the floor sensor to get an accurate reading without adding to the floor elevation.
    Tip #3: Use the grout joint for repairs.If you have a floor-heating system installed under a tile or stone floor and the floor sensor fails, your grout joints can help! It’s possible to retrofit a replacement floor sensor into the grout joint and then grout over it. This will prevent you from having to tear up any tile to repair the sensor.A complimentary floor sensor is included with the purchase of any nSpiration thermostat. In the thermostat settings, users can select their flooring type or even enter a custom temperature range to ensure that the floor temperature does not exceed the manufacturer’s recommended limits.
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