Temperature Sensor – PASPORT

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PASCO’s Stainless Steel Temperature Sensor offers a superior range, resolution, and accuracy. It reports temperature (in °C, °F, or K) whether it is immersed in liquids, held in the air, or touching a solid surface.


  • Displays °C, °F, and K
  • Rugged Stainless Steel probe with easy-grip handle
  • High resolution (0.0025 °C) allows students to investigate the small but significant temperature changes produced by chemical reactions, convection currents and skin temperatures at various points on the body.
  • Interchangeable probes – can be used with stainless steel, fast response or surface temperature probes. No recalibration required.


  • Conduct general temperature experiments
  • Measure rapid temperature changes found in endothermic-exothermic reactions
  • Conduct environmental studies

What’s Included

  • 1x Stainless Steel Probe
  • 2x 3″ Tubing, Polyurethane


Range -35°C to +135°C
Accuracy ±0.5°C
Resolution 0.0025°C
Maximum Sample Rate 10 Hz
Displays °C, K and °F
Repeatability 0.1°C

Product Guide

Select The Right Temperature Sensor

Select The Right Temperature Sensor

Our highly affordable temperature sensors provide unparalleled convenience during any experiment by eliminating the need for manually recorded temperature data. This page contains a comparison chart for PASCO temperature sensors to help you discover what’s possible when you use a modern thermometer.


Perform the following experiments and more with the PASPORT Temperature Sensor.
Visit PASCO’s Experiment Library to view all activities for this product.


In this lab, students use a weather sensor to compare the temperature and humidity of various sites and determine the reason for any variations.

Chemical Reactions

In this lab, students will use a temperature sensor to measure the change in temperature as two substances chemically react.

How a Greenhouse Works: Heat

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to measure the heat generated in a model greenhouse by altering the types of material that light passes through.

Freezing and Melting Water

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to measure the temperature of water in different forms. Students will learn that water can exist in different forms and can be changed from one form to another by heating or cooling.

Feeling and Measuring Temperature

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to compare the results of measuring temperature to how the temperature feels.

Exploring Temperatures

In this lab, students use a temperature sensor to explore temperature changes. This lab will help students recognize temperature as a measurement of how hot or cold something is compared to a standard scale (includes teacher demonstration…

Supporting Documents

PASPORT Temperature Sensor Manual English 168.67 KB