Product Specification Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD)
Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) has a close linear positive temperature coefficient of 200 to 800 ° C. These attributes define RTD as the de-facto industry standard. Temperature was determined by measuring resistance and then using vs. T. RTDs. Characteristics for estimating temperature. Temperature Gauge The superior sensitivity and stability of this device, compared to thermocouples, gives them an important advantage in the low and medium temperature range. In addition, resistive devices often simplify electronic controls and readings. A resistance thermometer can be called RTD (resistance temperature detector), PRT (platinum resistance thermometer), or SPRT (standard platinum resistance thermometer).
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