RTD Additional Informations

RTD

Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) are sensors that measure temperature by correlating the resistance of the RTD element with temperature. Most RTD elements consist of a length of fine coiled wire wrapped around a ceramic or glass core. The element is typically relatively fragile, so it is generally installed inside a sheath to protect it. The RTD element is constructed from a pure material, the resistance of which, at various temperatures, has been documented by various international standards institutes. The material has a predictable change in resistance as the temperature varies; it is this change that is used to determine temperature.

RTDs are generally considered to be among the most accurate temperature sensors available. In addition to offering very good accuracy, they provide excellent stability and repeatability. RTDs also feature high immunity to electrical noise and are, therefore, well suited for applications in process and industrial automation environments, especially around motors, generators and other high voltage equipment

RTDs are another popular sensor used in applications requiring high-accuracy temperature measurement. MCC offers
3-wire, 100 Ω platinum RTDs that conform to the DIN 43760-1980 (European) standard curve (a = 0.00385). These ready-made RTDs offer solutions for cost-sensitive temperature measurement applications. Each RTD element is sealed in an Alumina tube, with three. Teflon-coated leads, and can measure up to 204 °C (400 °F).dpstar is the leading supplier and manufacturer in Malaysia. We are one of the largest distributor throughout South East Asia. For more inquiry and info about us, don’t hesitate to visit our website.

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