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A sensor used to monitor temperature is called a Digital precision resistance sensor , or resistance temperature detector. RTDs have a reproducible resistance vs. temperature relationship with an operational temperature range of -200°C to +850°C. They can be made of platinum, copper, or nickel. A resistor used in RTDs alters resistance as a function of temperature.
They have earned a reputation for precision, repeatability, and stability from years of use in measuring temperature in industrial and laboratory applications. Platinum RTDs are more prevalent than copper or nickel RTDs because it is a noble metal with the most stable resistance-temperature connection over the widest temperature range.
A variety of temperature sensing devices can be calibrated using precision thermometers since they are accurate enough to serve as standards. Precision thermometers must be periodically calibrated to keep their accuracy.
The Global Digital precision resistance sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Highest linearity and accuracy digital precision resistance sensor for temperature readings over a broad temperature range.Application as a reference probe for comparative measurements in the development, manufacturing, and quality control phases of research.The digital ALMEMO D7 measuring plug has a built-in AD converter that it uses to operate.
According to DIN IEC 751, the Pt100 characteristic’s linearization is computed (no approximation method).The temperature sensor is multi-point adjusted during calibration to obtain the highest accuracy.A DAkkS calibration certificate for the digital sensor is included, along with multi-point adjustability.
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