BondTech PT1000 RTD Temperature Sensor

For precise temperature measurement in high temperature applications

  • Platinum-based resistor
  • Robust sensor in thin-film construction
  • -50 ° C - 500 ° C
  • $35.99

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Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: BTE-14275, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 850005423461

  • Platinum-based resistor
  • Robust sensor in thin-film construction
  • -50 ° C - 500 ° C

Product information & technical details

Item no.: BTE-14275
Manufacturer No.: 14275
Manufacturers: BondTech
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Thermistors

Description

Platinum-based resistor

The PT1000 Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) uses a platinum resistor. Platinum has a high and stable resistance for a metal and a low-temperature coefficient. Platinum-based resistors make it easy to measure even the smallest changes in temperature with precision. Platinum also has the advantage of not reacting to contaminated gases in the air. For these reasons, it has become the standard for precise temperature sensing.

Perfect for all PT1000 compatible 3D printers and especially for high-temperature applications.

This RTD temperature sensor is compatible with high current motherboards like the Duet 3 and many others.

Features

  • Precise from -50 ° C to 500 ° C
  • IEC 60751 class B tolerance (+/- 0.3 + 0.005 | t | ° C)
  • 15 mm long. Sensor cartridge with 3 mm diameter
  • 2 m long bare cables allow easy adaptation to any 3D printer setup
  • 300 series stainless steel cartridge to increase durability
  • Robust sensor in thin-film construction
  • Made in the USA

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