Sensors • Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) • Platinum RTDs

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  • Madison Co.

    Madison Co. offers the following platinum RTDs: user programmable, thin film Teflon jacketed cable, thin film rigid mount, and thin film closed tip. Madison-Omni RTDs feature user-programmable display interfaces, adjustable alarm points/limits, LED alarm lights, and a compact design. These RTDs have vertical/swan neck styles, IP67 protection, supply voltages ranging from 10 to 30 VDC, and analog 4-20 output signals. They have probe lengths ranging from 1.96" to 7.87", operating temperatures ranging from 32 to 482°F, and thread sizes ranging from NPT 1/2"A to G 1/2"A.

  • Enercorp Instruments Ltd

    Enercorp Instruments Ltd offers thin film platinum temperature sensors, platinum chip SMD temperature sensors, high-temperature platinum chip SMD temperature sensors, and ceramic wire wound platinum RTD elements. Model PC1.2004 thin film platinum temperature sensors feature economy bulk packs, Class A/B or 1/3 DIN certifications, and measured currents ranging from 100 to 10,000 ohm. These sensors have temperature ranges from -70 to +500°C, nickel platinum-clad wire leads, up to 0.4% m/s pf water response time, and 100g of shock resistance. They are ideal for medical, food processing, HVAC, automotive, energy, and industrial applications.

  • Omega Engineering, Inc.

    Omega Engineering, Inc. offers a wide range of platinum RTDs, including: RTD-830 Series bolt-on/cement-on, PRTF10-E-GG Series general purpose, PR-SL Series spring loaded, PR-13 Series quick disconnect, and P-M & P-L Series ultra precise. RTD-830 Series bolt-on/cement-on surface RTD sensors feature aluminum housings, a 3-wire copper construction, and 100Ω Class "A" DIN platinum elements. These sensors have maximum temperatures of up to 450°F, 1m PFA insulated cables, 3-pin miniature connectors, and 0.115" diameter mounting holes. Additional RTD products offered by Omega include: PR-14 Series industrial, HSRTD Series flexible hermetic sealed, "F" Series RTD elements, PRCU Series fast response copper tip, TFD thin film detector, etc.

  • Temperature Specialists, Inc.

    Temperature Specialists, Inc. offers wire wound and thin film platinum RTDs. These sensors have temperature ranges from -200 to +550°C, resistances from 100 to 1000Ω, and palladium lead wires ranging from 0.007" to 0.12". Sensors meet both DIN 43760 and IEC751 requirements (excluding model TS1022).

  • Lake Shore Cryotronics

    Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc. offers platinum RTDs. Model PT-100 platinum resistance thermometers feature temperature ranges from -243 to 600°C, conformation to IEC 751 standards (down to 70K), and low magnetic field dependencies above 40K. These sensors offer nearly constant sensitivity, high repeatability, and cross-device uniformity. They are constructed from platinum, alumina, glass, and nickel materials.

  • Sensing Devices, Inc.

    Sensing Devices, Inc. offers D Series, F Series, PT Series, CD Series, and CP Series platinum wirewound RTDs. D Series wirewound RTDs have temperature coefficient of resistance up to 0.00392°C, nominal resistances up to 2x100 ohms, and temperature ranges from -200 to +661°C. These RTDs range in length from 4" to 25", and they have OD ranges from 0.9" to 5.0".

  • MTI Industrial Sensors

    MTI Industrial Sensors offers general purpose RTDs, RTD elements, and RTD temperature transmitters. General purpose RTDs come in 2, 3, or 4-wire designs, as well as single, dual, or triplex constructions. These sensors feature mineral insulation, sheath diameters ranging from .125" to .500", and elements constructed from platinum wires and high purity ceramics.

  • DeviceTec, Inc.

    DeviceTec, Inc. offers CRZ Series and CR Series thin film platinum RTDs. CRZ Series thin film platinum RTDs come in resistance values ranging from 100 to 1000 ohm, they have 0.003851 temperature coefficients, and temperature ranges from -50 to +650°C. CR Series thin film platinum RTDs are handmade, highly temperature resistant, and have temperature ranges from -200 to 500°C. These sensors are manufactured in compliance with IEC, DIN, and JIS standards. DeviceTec RTDs are JIS Q 9001:2000 and ISO 9001:2000 approved.

  • Thermocouple Technology, Inc.

    Thermocouple Technology, Inc. offers platinum and sanitary platinum RTDs. Platinum RTDs come in the following types: multipoint, surface, averaging, sanitary, vibration resistant, high temperature resistant, spring loaded, and general purpose. These sensors are interchangeable, linear, stable, and manufactured to DIN specification 43760. Sanitary platinum RTDs give precise measurements for sanitary applications in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and beverage industries. These sensors feature FDA white polypropylene heads and CIP sanitary connections.

  • Nanmac Corp.

    Nanmac Corp. offers platinum RTD probes with various termination styles. I6 Series RTD probes feature 100 ohm platinum elements, 2 to 3-wire leads, and stainless steel overbraid options. These sensors are constructed from SS 304 sheath materials and range in diameter from 1/16" to 1/4". They are available with three-pronged plugs and Teflon insulated lead wires.

  • Quality Thermistor, Inc.

    Quality Thermistor, Inc. offers platinum RTD temperature probes. These probes are made from Class b, Class 2B, Class A, or Class DIN thin-film elements, and the elements range from 100 to 1000 ohm. They have temperature coefficients up to 3,850 ppm, operating temperatures ranging from -70 to 500°C, and long term stability up to 0.04%. Probe housings are constructed from the following materials: Kapton, molded, plastic, titanium, brass, and stainless steel.

  • Harco Laboratories, Inc.

    Harco Laboratories, Inc. offers wirewound platinum RTDs for the following applications: inlet air ducts, hydraulic fluids, engine bearing oil, cylinder heads, brake products, avionics, etc. These RTDs have highly-accurate platinum wirewound elements, a hermetically sealed construction, low excitation currents, and high signal-to-noise ratios. They provide fast linear responses, excellent stability, and a wide temperature range (up to 3000°F).

  • U.S. Sensor Corp.

    U.S. Sensor Corp. offers thin film platinum RTDs. These RTDs feature glass coated platinum elements, a linear temperature/resistance relationship, and accuracies within ±0.06%. They are capable of withstanding temperatures ranging from -50 to +500°C, they have thermal time constants of up to 15 seconds, dissipation constants up to 2 mW/°C, and applied currents up to 1 mA. RTDs are available in various probe configurations, and they are capable of withstanding extreme environmental conditions.

  • Temperature Measurement Systems

    Temperature Measurement Systems offers platinum RTDs. Sensor types offered include RTD elements, extensions, barrier blocks, terminals, terminal heads, etc. Other RTD products offered include hard pack, high accuracy, copper, nickel, etc.