6812-01,  -40/60 ° F/C, Flush Mount Back Flange, Vapor Tension Panel Thermometer - Tech Instrumentation

6812-01, -40/60 ° F/C, Flush Mount Back Flange, Vapor Tension Panel Thermometer

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2" Back Flange Back Connect Panel Thermometer

Cooper-Atkins Model 6812-01

The 6812-01 features a back flange and back connection. It's designed for surface mount applications where only a hole large enough to accomodate the sensor bulb is required. The back flange has 3.160" diameter bolt circle and projects 1.2" from panel. It has a 2" dial diameter and 48" capillary length. Ideal for commercial and retail refrigeration and freezing.


Dial Diameter 2"
Capillary Length 48"
Flange Back Flange for surface mounting
Connection Back
Mounting Surface
Certification NSF
Features
Temperature Range -40 to 60F, -40 to 15̴C
Recalibratable
Dual Scale Dial
Nickel/Tin plated bulb and capillary
Stainless steel case
Polycarbonate lens/bezel
Bright Buffed Flange
1 Year warranty

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Wireless temp sensor replacement

Great sensor, easy to install and connect with my weather station (less than a minute)

Great Service

Ordered and delivered on time

Poor Quality

Gave 2 stars for fast shipping. Poor quality. Stabbed around 10 bales and it’s already bent. My bales are tight, which they should be. Why would you make a probe with a blunt end and not pointed? This probe is so difficult to get into my bales and due to this, the head is already bent.

I really like the product.

Good features, needs gentle handling

I'm buying a replacement because I use it in my truck and it works well. Because there's no metal to attach the magnet to, I lay it in the little coin compartment above my left knee. I pick it up to read it, so the wire gets flexed a lot where it enters the housing. The insulation wore off and the wire shorted out, so I get a reading of HH.H for the outside temps. I'll probably reinforce the wire on the new one with tape or silicone caulk.

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