mCubed TBalancer bigNG Specification:
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* The device has its own overload protection feature. When device′s radiator temperature reaches 85°C it switches from analogue to PWM powering mode, which is very (dangerous for pumps), it switches back to analogue control when temperature gets lower than 75°С.
T-Balancer Sensor HUB specification:
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There is no marks on analogue sensors, nor there in official documentation. The manufacturer pays more attention to digital sensors. Temperature readings from these sensors are digital. Temperature data doesn′t not get corrupted if sensor wire length is less than 15 m. A small advantage over the analogue sensors — digital ones have linear reading change throughout the full-range of measurements.
Digital temp sensors are based on Philips LM75A ICs.
To see the marking of the IC I had to cut a piece of a protective tape. It is strongly recommended not to remove that tape completely – it protects the sensor from a short circuit. But don′t overestimate its( protection tape) value — it does not make sensor waterproof.
Manufacturer declares the following specification for digital sensors:
- Temperature range: 0-125°С
- Temperature accuracy: ±2°С, ±0.5°С after calibration
- Cable length 0.6m