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PT100 - Class 1/10 DIN liquid temperature sensor

PT100 - Class 1/10 DIN liquid temperature sensor

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  • PT100 1/10 DIN Liquid Probe for Precision Plus Thermometer
  • High precision proper measurement
  • Probe temperature range -200 to 200°C
  • Ø3,3 x 130 mm
  • Accuracy ±0.03°C ±0.1% between -100 and 200°C Otherwise ±0.2%

 

Usual price 98,00 € HT
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Description PT100 - Class 1/10 DIN liquid temperature sensor

This handheld liquid probe features a rigid stainless steel shaft with a flat tip. The probe is suitable for high accuracy temperature measurement in a wide variety of laboratory applications when used with the Precision Plus Thermometer. Response time less than eight seconds. Probe temperature range -200 to 200°C. Probe dimensions Ø3.3 x 130 mm. Probe accuracy ±0.03°C ±0.1% between -100 and 200°C Otherwise ±0.2%

Designed for use with the Precision Plus Thermometer.

Probe Accuracy: ±0.03°C ±0.1% between -100 and 200°C Otherwise ±0.2%

Probe range: -200 to 200°C

Probe response time: less than 4 seconds

Probe diameter: 3,3 mm

Probe length: 130 mm

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