Fast Response Food Penetration Probe (Thermistor)

Part No: PX16L (3060539)

The PX16L Fast Response Food Penetration Probe is designed for measuring food temperatures and has a needle tip, ideal for testing delicate foods and is fitted with a 0.7m straight lead.

 

Fast Response Food Penetration Probe (Thermistor)

The PX16L Fast Response Food Penetration Probe is designed for measuring food temperatures. It has a thermistor sensor and needle tip, ideal for testing delicate foods. There is also BioCote Antimicrobial Protection in the probe handle to avoid the risk of cross contamination.

 

PX16L

 

The PX16L Fast Response Food Penetration Probe is fitted with a 6-Pin Lumberg connector with locking screw, to provide a strong and secure probe-to-instrument connection with better prevention of liquid ingress.

Not suitable for intrinsically safe applications

 

Technical Specifications

NameValue
Sensor TypeThermistor (PST)
Connector Type6-Pin Lumberg
Temperature Range-40°C to +150°C / -40°F to +302°F
System Accuracy with Comark Thermometers±0.5°C -20°C to +70°C / ±0.9°F -4°F to +158°F
Response Time0.5 seconds
Stem length100mm
Stem Diameter1.6mm
Lead Length0.7m
Lead MaterialFEP
Conformance to EU Regulation 1935/2004 ('Framework' Regulation on all Food Contact Materials)Yes
Stem (Shaft) Material316L Stainless Steel
Warranty6 Months

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Documentation

Articles / FAQs

NameDate
My Probe is stuck in the Lumberg connector?

My Probe is stuck in the Lumberg connector?

If you are using a Probe, connected to your device via a 6-Pin Lumberg connector and the Probe appears to be stuck in the connector, then it may have been over-tightened.

You should initially try to release the screw thread connector gently.

To prevent the connector from locking in the future, you could use food safe grease on the connector threads. This problem may also be prevented by keeping the instrument clean when in use.

If this does not work, you will need to return your instrument for service.

 

20th April 2015