PT100 actually is a resistance, but the resistance is special, the resistance of the resistance with temperature changes (see PT100 indexing table). To measure the temperature, as long as you can calculate the resistance value of the PT100, you can find the corresponding temperature through the PT100 index table.
Its 3-wire Pt100 RTD element can be constructed in single or dual assembly in Class A / Class B as per the IEC 751 standard for RTD sensors. For RTD sensors to be used for autoclave validation, refer MODEL-RT043. Instructions:-3-wire Pt100 element in simplex or duplex assembly. 6mm diameter, 100mm long SS316L sheath. 0 to 150°C range
This page contains technical data sheet, documents library and links to offering related to this product. If you require any other information, please contact us using form located at the bottom of the page.at 0°C, T is the temperature that is applied to the RTD ele-ment (Celsius) and, A, B, and C are constants derived from resistance measurements at 0°C, 100°C and 260°C. Advantages Disadvantages Very Accurate and Stable Expensive Solution Fairly Linear to ±4%°C Requires Current Excitation Good Repeatability Danger of Self-Heating Low ...+ C(t - 100) 3] where Rt is the resistance of the RTD at temperature = t, R. 0. is the resistance of the RTD at 0°ÊC, A, B, and C are the Callendar-Van Dusen coefficients shown in TableÊ1, and t is the temperature in °ÊC. For temperatures above 0°ÊC, the C coefficient equalsÊ0. Therefore, for temperatures
♦ Temperature range: ‐50°C to +150°C Dimensions & Tolerance Class Labfacility code Stock code Farnell code Pt100, 1.6 x 3.2mm, Class B DM‐317 XF‐544‐D 128‐9672Shop RTDs at Automation Direct: PT100 RTD Sensors, RTD probes, RTD transmitters, sanitary RTDs & other industrial temperature sensors at discount prices. This version of Internet Explorer is no longer supported by Microsoft , and some features of our store may no longer be supported by this version of IE.