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Heat Flux Sensors for Heat Transfer Measurements

Ultra-sensitive plate heat flux sensor

$733.95

Item# UHFS-09

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Ultra-sensitive plate heat flux sensor UHFS-09 UHFS-09
  • HFS-5 Economical sensor for use in R&D heat transfer measurements and thermal systems evaluation
  • HFS-6 Larger sensor for use in buildings thermal evaluation and higher sensitivity
  • UHFS-09 Larger sensor, highest sensitivity and waterproof for use in geothermal studies
  • HFS DAQ as the accessory of HFS series, low-cost data acquisition system to accurately measure the signals outputted from HFS heat flux sensors and their integrated thermocouples
  • For sensor application we suggest OMEGATHERM™ High Temperature and High Thermally Conductive Paste

UHFS-09 Model Options

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Process Temperature Range
Encapsulation Material
Nominal Sensitivity
Sensor Thickness
Specific Thermal Resistivity
Absolute Thermal Resistance
Heat Flux Range
Response Time
Sensing Area Dimensions
Total Sensor Dimensions
Sensing Area
Total Sensor Area
Category
Thermocouple Type
Number of Wires


Omega's Heat Flux Sensors provide accurate readings, high sensitivity with fast response times. The sensors are rugged and economical. They are ideal for R&D applications ranging from aerospace, industrial processes to building sciences applications. Do not forget to get your Omegatherm high temperature and high thermal conductive paste for mounting.

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What data logger can be used with your heat flux sensors?

Asked by: Navid93
HFS DAQ is a data acquisition system intended to read and record measurements from HFS heat flux and integrated temperature sensors
Answered by: sepe
Date published: 2021-06-29

Does Omega know the density and specific heat values for the heat flux sensor HFS-5? If positive, please disclose the average values of these properties.

Asked by: JorgeDB
Hi JorgeDB, Thank you for the inquiry. For these questions and in depth questions on application please forward request via email to TEMP@OMEGA.COM. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NORWALKAE_RS
Date published: 2021-09-30

If I need to calculate the total heat power through HFS-5, should I multiply the measured heat flux with sensor area (6.5cm2) or total area (9.2cm2)?

Asked by: han2021
Hi Han2021 Thank you for the inquiry. Please forward this question to TEMP@OMEGA.CON. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NORWALKAE_RS
Date published: 2021-10-08

What is the maximum sampling rate for the HFS-5?

Asked by: Trevor42
Hi Trevor C Thank you for the inquiry. Sample rate would be determined by the instrumentation used. Response time of the sensor is 0.6 seconds as noted on the data sheet. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NORWALKAE_RS
Date published: 2021-06-30

What is the output voltage range for HFS5?

Asked by: Trevor42
Hi Daniel18 Just under 1 mv at max heat flux. You'll need a meter with micro volt level resolution. Best regards, OMEGA
Answered by: NORWALKAE_RS
Date published: 2021-12-23

Can the HFS-5 heat flux sensor be used outside in the weather?

Asked by: Trevor42
Hi Trevor42 Thank you for the inquiry. This sensor is not suitable for outdoor weather conditions. Best regards, OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2022-01-24

What is the core material (dark brown) in the HFS-5 sensor and whether it distributes the heat laterally?

Asked by: han2021
Hi Han2021, Please forward this question over to our temperature group for review; TEMP@OMEGA.COM Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2021-10-22

Hi, I am following up on my question about the output voltage. I need to make sure that my data logger is scaled properly. This sensor has a heat flux range of +/- 150 kW/m^2. Does +/- 150 kW/m^2 correspond to +/- 1 mV respectively? Thank you.

Asked by: Trevor42
Hi Daniel8, Please forward your request to TEMP@OMEGA.COM for assistance in scaling a datalogger or other meter. Best regards, OMEGA
Answered by: NORWALKAE_RS
Date published: 2022-01-11
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