Hand-held RTD sensor

Hand-held RTD sensor

Temperature probe with handle for contact, immersion and penetration temperature measurement

The simplicity of use of the ergonomic handle, make this resistance thermometer portable and handy to be easily positioned in the area of temperature measurement. 

The measuring sheath can be designed for immersion measurements, contact measurements by means of plates, or penetration measurements by means of a needle-shaped tip.

The different constructions, the different materials and the accuracy classes of the Pt100 elements available, make this resistance thermometer suitable for different industrial sectors (food, chemical, laboratories, etc).    

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Nominal resistances: 100 Ohm @ 0 °C, 1000 Ohm @ 0 °C, (others available on request)
Tolerance class according to EN60751 or DIN
Measurement range from –200 °C to + 600 °C
Number of wires per element 2, 3 or 4
Simple insulation or mineral oxide execution (MgO)
Sheath in SS 304 or 316 (others available on request)
Diameter ranging from 3 to 6 mm
Possibility of using a sheath with round or needle-shaped tip
Ergonomic handle in plastic or aluminum
Extension cable in different sizes and insulations (Pvc, Teflon, Silicone Rubber, Fiberglass TTS)
Connector fitted directly on the cable
Possibility of using plates for contact measurements
Possibility of using a cable fitted with interface connectors for the display device






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RTD with Handle

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