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I am making an electronic unit to measure the temperature of a fluid. The unit will fit around a pipe. Problem is fluid, and hence pipe, could reach 150 degC, but electronics are rated to 85 degC. The electronics, within the unit, will be no more than two inches from the source. Can you recommend a means of insulating the electronics against the heat source. Perhaps potting with a low thermal conductivity material, can you recommend any?
Re: Require means of thermally insulating electronics against a heat source?
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