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CHAUVIN ARNOUX temperature sensors
Temperature: -50 °C - 200 °C
... significantly on the temperature, so they require the use of a temperature sensor. - Glass temperature sensor, - Capable of measuring a wide range ...
Temperature: -100 °C - 600 °C
These Class-A/B Pt100 sensors are suitable for a variety of requirements: temperature measurement of ambient air, liquids and pasty, viscous or industrial products from - 100 °C to 600 °C. Each sensor ...
These sensors operate with an IP54 connection head and no G1/2 fitting. A Class A probe is designed for the NF EN 60751 standard and uses a two- or three-wire body with 316L stainless steel that goes from 50 to 500mm. ...
Temperature: 600 °C
... it has IP54 protection. It can withstand temperatures up to 600 °C. The device comes in traight, elbowed or curved types. It has 3 series normal types A,B,C. Reinforced types are D E,F,G and high-temperature ...
Temperature: 1,400 °C - 1,600 °C
... protective sheath made of ceramic. For the 1,400°C maximum temperature it uses single alumina sheath 710 and stainless steel sealing extension. For the 1,600°C maximum temperature it uses alumina ...
PED or ATEX pyrometer congregations include; temperature congregations with or with no thermowell, diverse varieties of temperature congregations particularly urbanized for the petrochemical and chemical ...
Temperature: 1,300 °C
The Chauvin Arnoux thermocouple sensors are widely used for measurement and control. It can withstand optimum temperatures up to 1,300°C. The thermocouples wires are insulated with alumina and it ...
... capable of enduring temperature ranging from 200 up to 250 degree Celsius. It can be installed either through bonding, or by using either a screw or a collar. According to the NF-EN-60751 standard, Standard Pt100Ω is ...
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