HONEYWELL S&C HEL-705-U-0-12-00 RTD Sensor, Platinum, 1 kohm, -200 °C, +260 °C
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- Manufacturer: HONEYWELL S&C
- Newark Part No.: 91F7129
- Manufacturer Part No HEL-705-U-0-12-00
- Wide temperature range
- Fast response time
- Laser trimmed
- Ceramic case
- TFE Teflon® or fibreglass leadwires
- Ready-to-use and fully assembled elements
- 28 gauge, nickel-coated stranded copper, Teflon insulated termination material
- 50MΩ at 50VDC, 25°C insulation resistance
Product Specifications, Documents & More
- Resistance: 1kohm
- SVHC: To Be Advised
- Sensing Temperature Max: +260°C
- Sensing Temperature Min: -200°C
- Supply Voltage Max: 9V
- Supply Voltage Min: 4V
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I should probably just solder a whole new probe and wire set to the outdoor-side circuit board on the Taylor, but can't figure out what to order off this website; I don't have enough electronics expertise to ferret that out. Obviously there is a fine line regarding resistance and other factors, even though both units operate similarly and use 10-12 ft. two-wire, ~24-28 guage leads.
None of the probes I've seen here, with the exception of this one, looks much like the 1 inch white bullet style these two devices use -see the one off the old O.S. in attached photo-, and the Honeywell one titled above isn't quite right either, and likely too expensive to be an efficient fix for my problem.
Any help is appreciated so I can get the Taylor off my workbench either fixed or as an indoor temp. monitor only.
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