RTD Temperature Probes Eye Industrial Employment

The KOBOLD TSR Series RTD temperature probe employs a resistive thermal device (RTD) to measure process temperature. Using the relationship between resistance and temperature change in metals, these temperature probes provide a very stable and repeatable output. This makes them well suited for industrial applications requiring a high degree of measuring accuracy over a wide range of temperatures.

 

The probes employ a Pt-100 RTD sensing element, which is hermetically sealed inside a 316 stainless steel probe. The TSR series is available in an RTD-only version or RTD with head-mounted 2-wire, 4-20 mA transmitter. Both NPT or Tri-Clamp connections are offered as standard. For even deeper revelation and illuminations, peruse the TSR Series datasheet and TSR Series manual.

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