Industrial reference thermometers

 

Pt100 model I reference thermometer

Precise reference thermometer for measuring exact temperatures or as industrial temperature standard e.g. for temperature dry block calibrators.

  • slim design – the small handle allows the use in cramped conditions, e.g. in dry-well calibrators
  • 1/10 DIN Pt100 – Use of highly stable and annealed detectors.
  • self configurable according to many parameters

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Type R / Type S reference thermocouple

Precision thermocouples made of precious metal (type R thermocouple and type S thermocouple). Optimized for applications with small immersion depths, e.g. in temperature dry block calibrators.

  • industrial Type R / Type S reference thermocouple
  • optimized for applications with small immersion depths
  • small inhomogeneity due to thermally treated thermowires
  • Thin ceramic sheath for fast response times
  • ideal for industrial use e.g. in dry block calibrators

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Pt100 model IN Industrial reference thermometer

Precise reference thermometer for measuring accurate temperatures or as industrial temperature standard e.g. for dry block calibrators.

  • slim design
    The temperature sensor with a diameter of 4mm and a small handle enables use in limited spaces, e.g. for dry block calibrators.

  • Pt 100 temperature sensors
    Use of highly stable and annealed temperature sensors
  • configurable
    can be individually configured according to many parameters

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Pt100 model IH Industrial reference thermometer

Precise reference thermometer for measuring exact temperatures or as industrial temperature standard e.g. for dry block calibrators.

  • slim design
    The temperature sensor with a diameter of 4mm and a small handle enables use in small spaces, e.g. for dry block calibrators.
  • Pt 100 temperature sensors
    Use of highly stable and annealed high-temperature temperature sensors.
  • Wide temperature range
    Thermometers can be used from -100 °C to 660 °C 

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