Resistance thermometer inset

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Structure of the inset:

According to DIN 43735 for resistance thermometer. Basic values according to DIN EN 60751 in tolerance class B or A. Precision resistor 1x or 2x Pt-100, connected from precision resistor in 2-, 3- or 4 wire circuit.
In rigid version extended with Ni-Cu-sheathed wire in ceramic insulation rod and protective tube, 6.0 or 8.0mm of stainless steel.
In flexible version with mineral insulated sheathed cable, highly compressed MgO powder, internal wiring made of Cu alloy and exterior protection sheath of material 1.4541. Terminated with shelf plate and installed connection plug-in socket.

(For variants please refer to the worksheet).

Design of resistance thermometer:

Temperatures up to 600°C standard, on request with Nickel-feed lines and Inconel pipe for temperatures up to 800°C; Additional type specification “HT”. Precision resistor is insulated with a ceramic powder and sealed airtight.

In flexible version up to 600°C as standard, over that with mineral insulated sheath cable of Inconel material and internal nickel leads for temperatures up to 800°C. Precision resistor is insulated with ceramic powder and vibrated and sealed airtight.

Even shockproof and high vibration resistant versions can be delivered; additional type specification “E”. For pressure resistant and stable flow versions, refer to the worksheet or ask our technical customer service.

Types of wiring: