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Minco temperature sensors feature sturdy lead-wire construction

Posted: 24 Jan 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:minco products? minco? rtd temperature sensor? temperature sensor? sensor?

The company's new series of bolt-on RTD temperature sensors feature a rugged lead-wire connection that resists damage from handling, installation and operation. The sensor's two-wire construction allows use with 4mA to 20mA transmitters, while the three-wire design is used to compensate for lead-wire resistance.

The series features four models with through-holes and two models with threaded bolt designs. They are aimed for thermal monitoring of an existing production machine and testing thermal characteristics of new designs.

Operating up to 5500C, the sensors are available with platinum and nickel RTD elements. The 100-ohm at 00C platinum (0.00385 TCR) element meets the IEC 751 standard, while the 1-kiloohm at 00C platinum element provides greater sensitivity. Models with 100 ohms at 00C platinum (0.00375 TCR) and nickel elements are also available.

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