Resistance thermometers of this series are used as universal thermometers for the measurement of liquid and gaseous media.
They can be used for pressures up to 40 bar (special designs to 400 bar dependent on insertion length and diameter). All electrical components are protected against splashed water and are designed to withstand vibration.
The TR30 resistance thermometer consists of a sensor tube, which can be fixed into the process using a permanently-welded threaded connection or a compression fitting. A version with no process connection is also available. The electrical connection is made via a DIN angular connector or an M12 x 1 circular connector.
Applications of the resistance thermometer
Machine building, plant and vessel construction
Propulsion technology, hydraulics
Special features of the resistance thermometer
Measuring ranges from -50 ... +250 °C (-58 ... +482 °F), accuracy class per DIN EN 60751
TR30-W: integrated transmitter, programmable and able to be calibrated via software
Electrical connection via DIN angular connector or circular connector
Process connection and sensor tube from stainless steel
Explosion-protected versions Ex i