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New 4 mm pressure and temperature sensor with even better response

Kistler Instruments : 21 January, 2007  (New Product)
The world's smallest combined pressure and temperature sensor Type 6189A...with a front diameter of 2.5 mm has been extremely well received by the injection molding industry. Kistler has now transferred its advantages to the new sensor Type 6190B... with a front diameter of 4 mm, whose thermocouple leads are also threaded through the pressure meas-uring elements.
The world's smallest combined pressure and temperature sensor Type 6189A...with a front diameter of 2.5 mm has been extremely well received by the injection molding industry. Kistler has now transferred its advantages to the new sensor Type 6190B... with a front diameter of 4 mm, whose thermocouple leads are also threaded through the pressure meas-uring elements.

The new sensor consequently also responds even faster to variations in temperature. At the same time its pressure elements offer an increased sensitivity of 9 pC/bar, which is on a par with the standard pressure sensor Type 6157B... The new combination comes with a new method of connection using a cable easily replaced on site.

Measurement of the contact temperature in addition to the cavity pressure yields valuable process information for optimizing and monitoring injection molding. Kistler's family of sensors for combined pressure and temperature acquisition measures both process variables at the same point. The thermocouple located at the very front of the sensor determine the direct melt contact temperature.
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