Stainless molded connectors with IP67 rating

Omega’s PR-22 probes with M12 molded connectors can be used with compression fittings, spring loaded fittings and thermowells and are IP67-rated, which allows them to be used in measured automated processes.


Omega’s PR-22 probes with M12 molded connectors can be used as-is or with compression fittings, spring loaded fittings and thermowells. Courtesy: Omega.Omega's PR-22 probes with M12 molded connectors are 316 stainless steel in imperial and metric diameters. Standard lengths are available with temperature range of -30 to 350° C probe temperature range (Class A) standard, -50 to 500° C (Class B). The temperature range for the connector is -50 to 90° C. The PR-22 can be used as-is or with compression fittings, spring loaded fittings and thermowells. In-line, remote wireless transmitters are available. The PR-22 can be used in measuring automated processes, food and industrial process measurements, HVAC, lab test temperatures and engine function. The 316 stainless steel probe comes with with nylon over-molded M12 A-coded 4-pin connector (IP67). An M12 extension cable is required for installation. The probe has fractional and metric probe diameters and lenghths and can be used with compression fittings, spring loaded fittings, and thermowells. 

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