Temperature Wireless Sensor

Measuring range: -40-120℃; Resolution: 0.01℃.

Temperature Wireless Sensor



I. Working principle

The wireless digital temperature sensor uses a thermistor as a sensing element to directly convert temperature changes into changes in resistance value, and then converts them into voltage changes through bridge circuit processing and amplifies the output.

II. Specifications

Measuring range: -40-120℃; Resolution: 0.01℃.

III.Structure and function

  1. The sensor terminal comes with a 1.8-inch color LCD screen.
  2. The sensor terminal is equipped with 5 function buttons.The operation interface is simple and convenient.
  3. The sensor terminal supports high-speed USB data channel, which enables high speed transmission of the data from the terminal to other devices such as PC, tablet or mobile phone.
  4. The sensor terminal supportswireless communication with experimental terminals.
  5. The sensor terminal has a built-in removable batterywith a capacityof 1800mAh.
  6. The sensor terminal is designed with a hidden buckle sensor interface to support combined experiments with other sensors.
  7. The sensor terminal has designed a fixation spot to get itfixed on the iron frameconveniently and combined with traditional lab equipment for experiments.
  8. The sensor terminal supports the latest operating systems,such as iOS, Android, windows operating systems, etc.

IV.Typical applications

The wireless digital temperature sensor is a general-purpose laboratory temperature sensor designed to replace thermometers used in chemistry, physics, biology, earth science, and environmental science experiments. Some typical applications are ideal gas law, endothermic and exothermic experiments, thermal effects of light, etc.


This product is suitable for educational use only and is not suitable for industrial, medical, research, or commercial applications.

VI.Usage Tips

  1. The thermal element of the temperature sensor is placed on the top of the metal probe of the sensor. When using it, the measured object must be in full contact with it.
  2. Pay attention to protecting the metal probe of the sensor. Do not pull, press, or expose it to other stress states.
  3. Do not rub or knock metal needles on hard objects; do not use flames to directly heat metal probes.
  4. Do not use in highly corrosive environments.
  5. Clean the sensor thoroughly after use.