Pt100 temperature sensor TCT series
insertionprocessfor liquids

Pt100 temperature sensor
Pt100 temperature sensor
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Characteristics

Technology
Pt100
Mounting
insertion
Applications
process, for liquids, for gas
Other characteristics
stainless steel, compact, rugged, fast-response, precision
Temperature

Min.: -50 °C (-58 °F)

Max.: 250 °C (482 °F)

Description

Your Benefits •Reliable operation through rugged design and high-quality materials •Very good long-term stability, accuracy and linearity •Quick and safe installation •Convenient system integration through compact dimensions and industry-standard output signals •Optimal solutions for individual requirements due to versatile configurability Compact, rugged, precise The TCT is a universal Pt100 resistance thermometer in a compact stainless steel housing for temperature measurement in liquids and gases. Available with a variety of process connections and insertion lengths, it can be adapted to specific applications. The TCT is available with or without compression fittings and with various connection threads, for example. Designs with protective pipe can also be supplied. The Pt100 element is located inside the tip of the probe. Wetted parts are made from high-grade stainless steel 1.4571. The TCT is available with Pt100 output or an integrated measuring transducer with 4 mA ... 20 mA output signal. At a glance •Pt100 element, accuracy class A according to IEC 60751 •Measuring ranges –50 °C ... +150 °C and –50 °C ... +250 °C •Wetted parts made from corrosion resistant stainless steel 1.4571 •Various mechanical adaptations and insertion lengths, also available with thermowell •Pt100 (4-wire) or 4 mA ... 20 mA (2-wire) •Circular connector M12 x 1 (IP 67) or L-connector according to DIN EN 175301-803 A (IP 65)

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