Pt100 Temperature Transmitter
UTB3 Pt100 temperature transmitter uses Pt100 thermal resistor as sensing element. The thermal resistor transforms the measured temperature into electrical signal, after this signal is processed, it will be amplified to 4~20mA or other standard simulated signals on industry scene. UTB3 is made with integrated construction for the direct measurement of various of liquid, gas and solid’s surface temperature in the range of -200~500℃.
This Pt100 temperature transmitter is featured with good performance and stability. It is sealed with epoxy resin, this construction makes UTB3 have good ability on anti-shock and withstand high temperature, also have high mechanical strength , is suitable for the application in bad working condition.
UTB3-a with Hirschmann(DIN) connector UTB3-a with LED display
UTB3-a with water-proof connector UTB3-b
◆Use Pt100 or other thermal resistors as sensing element.
◆High accuracy; low power consumption wide; operating ambient temperature range.
◆Integrated construction, easy installation.
◆Use full metal sealed construction, coordinate high temperature radiation trough.
|temperature measurement element||Pt100 or other thermal resistors|
|measured medium||gas or liquid compatible to stainless steel|
|measured medium's temperature||-200℃ ~+500℃|
|insert depth||20~500mm can be made upon customer's request|
|output signal||4~20mA(0~5V,1~5V option)|
|circuit working temperature range||-30℃~80℃|
|storage temperature range||-40℃~100℃|
|temperature limit||120% of measured range|
|power supply||10~30VDC(15~30VDC for products with indicator)|
|long term stability||0.15%FS/year|
|load resistance||>500Ω(24V supply)|
|circuit temperature shift||<±0.2%FS/10℃|
|process connection||G1/4 or others|
|electrical connection||hirchsmann connector|
|material of housing||stainless steel|
UTB3 Pt100 temperature transmitter has widely been used for temperature meansurement in such industries as petroleum industry, chemical industry, spinning and weaving, mine, medicine, electric power, environmental protection, municipal administration, food industry as well as scientific research and so on.