Digital EGT Gauge with TC-KEGTS Probe

Starting at: $88.50

  • Model: Combo-EGTS


    Please Choose:

    Longer Cable Option

Product Description:

The color of the LED display can be supplied in red, amber, green or blue. The default is red. When ordering, please select the color of the LED. The gauge has the recall function which allows user to check the maximum or the minimum pressure and its occurrence time after run. The meter has a programmable alarm that can be set as high limit or low limit alarm. The alarm is displayed on the front panel with bright LED that is very noticeable. The alarm signal can also be sent out from the built-in relay. It can turn on a buzzer or other device (such as a water cooler). The LED brightness can be synchronized with headlight. When the headlight turned on in the night, the display will be dimmed by the illumination signal. It can also be dimmed directly from the key pad. 

SYL-1813 Red     SYL-1813 Amber   SYL-1813 Green   SYL-1813 Blue SYL-1813 White

The gauge is supplied with your choice of an EGT (Exhaust Gas Temperature) sensor. The model number is TC-KEGTS.  It is a K type  grounded thermocouple with a thin and sealed tip. The thin and sealed EGT probe design is widely used for aircraft applicatio­n because its durability. It is also very popular in Europe. The tip of this probe is made of Inconel 600 alloy that provides the highest working temperature available for this type of sensor. The diameter of the probe is optimized to balance the requirement of mechanical stability and the response time. The probe diameter is 3mm, with several mounting thread options available (choose from the drop down list). The insertion depth is adjustable with 1.34" (35mm) maximum.  The default cable length is 78” (2 meters). If you need a longer cable, please select the 4 meter cable option. The maximum working temperature of the sensor is 1100 ºC (2000 ºF).

TC-KEGTS Adapter Options:

1/8NPT M8x1 M10x1 Weld-in SS 1/4NPT 1/4BSP Weld-in Carbon

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 11 August, 2011.

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