Sensor Pt100 RS PRO 2m, PT100, +200°C, diámetro 6mm, Cable, Clase B 4 Acero Inoxidable

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COO (País de Origen): GB
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Sensor PT100 de altas prestaciones de clase B RS Pro

Nuestra gama de sensores PT100 de altas prestaciones de clase B RS Pro se han seleccionado para garantizar la fiabilidad y precisión sin renunciar a nada. Se utiliza principalmente en el sector industrial y de la automatización gracias a su alta precisión en un amplio rango de temperaturas.

Características y ventajas

Sin necesidad de cables especiales para la instalación, a diferencia de los termopares.
Los sensores PT100 se adaptan de forma dinámica el valor de resistencia con la temperatura.
Adecuado para su uso en entornos hostiles gracias a un revestimiento de acero inoxidable 316.
2 m de cables con aislamiento de caucho de silicona resistente al desgaste.
4 terminaciones de cables, que permiten la compatibilidad con una gran variedad de dispositivos dispositivos PT100 2, 3 y 4.

Estándares

IEC751, clase B

An RTD is a type of temperature sensor based on the correlation between metals and temperature. As the temperature of a metal increases so does its resistance to the flow of electricity. This resistance can be measured and converted to a temperature reading. In a Pt100 RTD the ’Pt’ stands for platinum (platinum wire or film) and ’100’ means that the temperature sensor has a resistance of 100 Ohm at 0°C. Platinum is the most reliable metal due to its linear resistance to temperature relationship over a large temperature range.

What is a Pt100 Probe?

A Pt100 probe is the most rugged form of RTD. The Pt100 sensor element is mounted inside a metal sheath or probe. This protects it from being damaged by the surrounding environment when it is inserted into the process to be measured. The other end of the probe is terminated by an insulated lead comprising of 4 wire tails which are connected to the temperature measuring equipment.

Features and Benefits

• High stability sensing element with a precision output
• IEC 60751 Class B accuracy/tolerance
• Temperature measurement range of -50 to +200°C
• 4 lead wires for accurate readings
• Leads connect to any 2 3 or 4 wire PT100 instrument
• Rigid 316 corrosion resistant stainless steel sheath for protection of sensing element
• Silicone rubber insulation can withstand a wide temperature range and offers flexibility, resistance to oils and solvents and good weathering properties.

Applications

These PRT sensor probes with their robust design are ideal for use in many general purpose industrial and commercial applications including the following:

• Air conditioning and refrigeration
• Chemical industry
• Plastics processing
• Stoves and grills
• Air, gas and liquid temperature measurement
• Exhaust gas temperature measurement
• Food processing
• Laboratories

Frequently Asked Questions

How Does a PRT Temperature Sensor Work?

The PRT temperature sensor works by placing the sensor element (or process end) into the equipment or process that requires temperature measurement. As the temperature of the platinum resistance thermometer increases it’s resistance to the flow of electricity increases. For every increase per degree of temperature the electrical resistance also changes by a set ratio, this is called the temperature coefficient. For platinum, this ratio is .00385 ohm/ohm/°C which means for a Pt100 with a 100 ohm resistance the increase in resistance per degree of temperature would be 0.385 ohms. The total resistance reading can, therefore, be measured and converted into temperature.

How is the Resistance Measured?

The resistance generated by the temperature sensor is measured by passing current through one of the wires to produce a voltage. This voltage is then measured using a suitable bridge or voltmeter and the resistance calculated in ohms using Ohm’s Law (R=V/I). Once the resistance is known you can convert it to a temperature reading using a calibration equation or a Pt100 table. A temperature measurement device or calibrator can also be connected to the leads of the probe that will automatically convert the measured resistance into a temperature reading.

Especificaciones
Atributo Valor
Tipo de Sensor PT100
Longitud de Sonda 50mm
Diámetro de Sonda 6mm
Mínima Temperatura Detectada -50°C
Máxima Temperatura Detectada +200°C
Tipo de Terminación Cable
Longitud del Cable 2m
Material de la Sonda Acero Inoxidable
Número de Cables 4
Precisión Clase B
712 Disponible para entrega en 2 día(s) laborable(s).
Precio Unidad
53,86
(exc. IVA)
65,17
(inc.IVA)
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