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Availability date: 2016-01-14
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|Sealing||40mm bend proof spring between cable and stem|
|Response time||0.9 seconds (BS 1904/1984/CEI60751)|
|Stem diameter||6mm (special holes on the protective sheath)|
|Immersion material||Steel AISI 304|
|Internal insulation||Not present|
|Sensor||PT100 class B (+/- 0,3°C up to 25°C)|
|TTS cable||Glass fiber, operating temperature -200 ... 500°C|
|GSC cable||Silicon rubber, operating temperature -40 ... 250°C|
Temperature measurement by resistance thermometers relies on a property common to all conductors and semiconductors, which is the variation in their electrical resistance in relation to temperature change. PT100 sensor has a resistance of 100 ohms at 0 °C and the coefficient of variation is 0.00385 ohm per degree centigrade. The technology made to meet modern demands in accuracy is based on thin platinum layers on a ceramic substrate (thin-film resistors).
Since the resistance of the sensor is the total of the resistance of the connecting cables (variable with temperature), a three-wire system is used to cancel out the error.
The PT100 Easy-up probes are assigned a numeric code that once inserted allows the Pixsys controllers to automatically set the main operating parameters.
Air holes in the protective casing allows the sensor to respond more quickly to temperature changes.