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MF-200 Heat Flux Sensor

The thinnest square size thermal conductivity sensor can be found in most general applications. For system designers and research engineers it is a convenient detector to validate the physical mathematics of simulated heat transfer models:

  • Evaluation of floor heating
  • Research on heating efficiency of various lamps and other light sources
  • Investigation of the heating efficiency of drying machines, heating systems, etc.
  • Measurement of radiative heating and heating absorption of various parts of an automobile
  • Research of radiative heating of various plants

The low output Voltage of the heat flow sensor can be easily converted to a 4-20mA current or higher Voltage using the MS-4..20mA converter. The mV/mA converter can be pre-programmed and optimized within the operating range compatible with common measurement equipment.


  • Thinnest heatflux sensor on the market
  • Small area thermal conductivity sensor
  • High accuracy due to thin concept
MF-200 Heat Flux Sensor


Specifications MF-200
Measurement place Indoor
Thermal resistance (m2.°C/W) 3.04 x 10-3
Substrate Glass epoxy
Cladding Polyester
Operating temperature range (°C) -20°C ~ +120°C
Size (L x W x T, mm) 50 x 50 x 0.7
Sensitivity (mV/W/m2) at 20°C 0.006
Impedance (Ω) Approx. 15 ~ 30
Weight (g) 3.3
Reproducibility (%) +/- 2
Remarks All-purpose, small size, high sensitivity


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