Temperature Sensors

Temperature sensors are split into two categories, namely thermocouples and Resistance Temperature Devices (RTD’s). Thermocouples output signals is in the form of a minute mV signal, whilst a RTD is resistance.
Temperature sensors vary in accuracy with the RTD (Pt100) being the most accurate sensor. These sensors can measure temperatures from as low as -200°C to + 1300°C. They are extremely versatile with sheath materials and construction varying from application to application. It is advisable to choose the correct sensor type for the required temperature as this will enhance the accuracy of the output signal. Process fittings, protection tubes and connections need to be specified.

 

Resistance temperature sensors (RTD)

General purpose thermocouple

General purpose thermocouple


General purpose thermocouple

General purpose thermocouple


 

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