PT100 Platinum Resister Temp Probe Temperature Sensor 3 wires 1 Meter K type RTD sensor

PT100 Platinum Resister Temp Probe Temperature Sensor 3 wires 1 Meter K type RTD sensor

Price: $1.7Sku: FA2195-1
Product Introduction

DC 3V-5V MAX31865 SPI PT100 to PT1000 RTD Sensor Converter Board Thermocouple Temperature Sensor Amplifier Detector Module for Arduino

Specifications:

  • Type: PT100
  • Probe Diameter: 4mm
  • Probe Length: 30mm
  • Probe Material, Stainless steel
  • Cable Length: 0.5m
  • 3-Wire type
In the figure, the sensor is a PT100 probe. The built-in structure of the temperature sensor: German Heraeus platinum resistance, the wire is a three-wire high-temperature silver plating (the inside three-core silver-plated wire, silver-plated shielded wire), the PTFE skin is resistant to high temperatures up to 180 degrees. Double-packed Teflon (such a line is suitable for waterproof imitation and anti-acid) Probe test -200–550 degrees
As shown in the picture, the metal part of the front probe rod is 4*30mm (other sizes can be customized) (non-standard) connection
Tips:
316L stainless steel, also known as titanium steel, 316L steel. Titanium steel Material grade: 00Cr17Ni14Mo2
Add Mo (2~3%), excellent corrosion resistance, excellent high temperature resistance and creep resistance.
316L is a kind of molybdenum-containing stainless steel. Because the steel contains molybdenum, the total performance of the steel is better than that of 310 and 304 stainless steel. Under high temperature conditions, when the concentration of sulfuric acid is lower than 15% or higher than 85%, 316L stainless steel has a wide range. use. Corrosion resistance is better than 304 stainless steel, with good corrosion resistance in the production of pulp and paper. And 316L stainless steel is also resistant to the erosion of marine and aggressive industrial atmospheres.
316L stainless steel also has good resistance to chloride attack and is therefore commonly used in marine environments.

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