Extra Long Temperature Probe (TPL-BTA)
Specifications and User Guide

TROUBLESHOOTING

-Primary Test: Connect the Extra-Long Temperature Probe and run the data-collection program. Hold the tip of the sensor in your hand and check for the temperature readings to change.

The probe will not be damaged when placed in any of the following chemicals for several minutes at a time:
acetone
cyclohexane
ethanol
ethylene glycol (antifreeze)
glacial acetic acid
household bleach
isopropyl alcohol
lauric acid
naphthalene
paradichlorobenzene
sodium hydroxide (2M)
sulfuric acid (3M)
vinegar
water

RELATED TIL ENTRIES

Can I use Vernier water quality sensors in salt water or in a salt water aquarium?

SPECIFICATIONS
-Order code: TPL-BTA
-Typical accuracy: +/- 1.0 degC at 25 degC
-Resolution, 12-bit: 0.07ºC
-Range: -50 degC to 150 degC
-Maximum temperature the sensor can tolerate without damage: 200 degC

CALIBRATION
-Calibrate? No. You should not have to perform a new calibration when using the Extra-Long Temperature Probe in the classroom. The sensor is custom calibrated before shipping it.

-If you wish to calibrate the sensor, you can conduct a two-point calibration. See:
How do I calibrate a sensor in Logger Pro?
How do I manually calibrate my sensor in LabQuest App?
How do I manually calibrate my sensor in Graphical Analysis and Graphical Analysis Pro?
How do I manually calibrate my sensor in Graphical Analysis and Graphical Analysis Pro for iOS/Android?

RELATED VERNIER PRODUCTS
Stainless Steel Temperature Probe (TMP-BTA)
Thermocouple (TCA-BTA)
Wide-Range Temperature Probe (WRT-BTA), (for use with temperature range of –20 to 330 deg C (–4 to 626 deg F))
Surface Temperature Sensor (STS-BTA), (quick response – for use in air only)
Go!Temp (GO-TEMP), (direct USB connection to computers or LabQuest)