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PT100 - RTD Penetration Probe

PT100 - RTD Penetration Probe


  • Class A PT100 sensor
  • Ideal for liquids and semi-solids
  • Probe temperature range -100 to 200°C
  • Accuracy ±0.15°C ±0.2%
  • Ø3,3 x 130 mm


Usual price 60,00 € HT
Usual price Sale price 60,00 € HT
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Description PT100 - RTD Penetration Probe

This stainless steel resistance temperature detection probe or RTD penetration probe, with a high accuracy Class A PT100 sensor, is rugged and versatile, ideal for a range of applications including liquids and semi-solids.

Response time less than six seconds.

Probe temperature range -50 to 200°C.

Platinum Resistance Thermometers (PRTs) provide excellent accuracy over a wide temperature range.

Sensors are interchangeable between different manufacturers and are available in different accuracy ratings and in packages suitable for most applications.

Unlike thermocouples, there is no need to use special cabs to connect to the sensor.

Probe accuracy: ± 0,15 °C ± 0,2%

Probe range: -100 to 200°C

Probe response time: less than 4 seconds

Probe diameter: 3,3 mm

Probe length: 130 mm

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Processing time if product in stock

Orders are shipped under one working day.
An order placed on Monday will be shipped on Monday where the tuesday.
An order placed on
Friday will be shipped on Friday where the Monday
An order placed on Saturday will be shipped on Monday.

Processing time if product not in stock

Orders are shipped under 1 to 3 weeks.

Delivery times of our carriers

MONDIAL RELAY: 3 to 5 days of transport.
DPD: 2 to 3 days of transport.
DHL: 1 shipping day.

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