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New Accurate Temperature Sensors Now Offered by Oven Industries Inc
Date:8/26/2013

Mechanicsburg, PA (PRWEB) August 26, 2013

Oven Industries, Inc. offers a wide variety of accurate temperature sensors, from thermistors and thermocouples, to resistance thermometers. From ensuring accuracy and ensuring that the high-quality sensor probes are easily integrated with other PID temperature controller systems, Oven Industries, Inc. is leading the way with electronic sensing.

Visitors to the Oven Industries website can find a useful “Temperature Sensor Selection Guide,” which can help with selection of the correct sensor probe for the right project. The guide shows the tolerance level, model number, temperature range and key details about the five accurate temperature sensors that the company offers.

With a wide range of applications and versatility for temperature sensors, the company stands ahead of the competition. Sensors from Oven Industries, Inc. have a tolerance of up to ±0.1°C. As a full-service temperature control solution provider, the company also has a complete selection of other temperature control products. Capable of meeting every industry requirement, each sensor available can be customized.

Highly skilled experts at Oven Industries, Inc. can also help any business owner build the optimum electronic control solution device, for a wide range of needs and purposes. The company, founded in 1964, specializes in the development of custom industrial controllers and sensors. Products are used for a variety of applications, including commercially, industrially and more.
For more information, or to see the “Temperature Selection Guide,” visit

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