Simple Execution RTD sensor 

Simple Execution RTD sensor

Resistance Thermometer with connecting cable for general applications

The simple execution resistance thermometer with connecting cable is suitable for a wide range of temperature sensing applications.

Various requirements can be fulfilled through combinations of materials, sizes and shapes of the measuring sheath such as steel tubes, eyelet tips for screw fastening, aluminum, copper and brass blocks for special process measurements.

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ASPT-E model

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 + 400 °C
Number of wires per element: 2, 3 or 4
Single or double element
Simple insulation execution
Sheath in SS 304 or 316 (others available on request)
Sheath diameters from 2 to 8 mm (others available on request)
Pot Seal in Stainless steel or crimping on cable with anti-kink spring
Extension cable in different sizes and insulations (Pvc, Teflon, Silicone Rubber, Fiberglass TTS)
Connector fitted directly on the cable
Fixed and sliding fittings
Possibility of using a plate for contact measurements or flange (for sheath diameter 6 mm)
DIN bar temperature transmitter on request
Aero-thermal hole for environmental measurements
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