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|Temperature range||-200 °C to +250 °C|
|Temperature range (Optional Range extensions)||Down to 4 °K / Up to +300 °C|
|Accuracy absolute temperature||+/- 0.8 °C|
|Accuracy relative temperature||+/- 0.2 °C|
|Probe sheathing material||Teflon Coated, except for the sensor tip|
|Connector||Stainless Alloy / Optional - Dielectric|
|Response time||As fast as 35 ms|
|Probe sensitive area - Diameter||0.4 mm x 0.4 mm|
|Longevity||Probe accuracy & repeatability constant over time|