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Platinum RTD Capsules

$162.85

Item# RTDCAP-100A-3-A125-060-T-85

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Platinum RTD Capsules RTDCAP-100A-3-A125-060-T-85 RTDCAP-100A-3-A125-060-T-85
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  • 4 Temperature Ranges Available
  • 100 or 1000 Ω Available
  • Ceramic (Alumina) or Plastic Capsules
  • 540° C, 1000° F Range
  • 2-, 3- and 4-Wire Configurations as Noted
  • Moisture Resistant Available in Some Models
  • Fiberglass, Polyimid or PTFE Leads, Standard Lead Length is 40 Inches

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Product Specs

  • Measurement Type Temperature

Ready to use platinum RTD capsules have insulated lead wires welded and anchored internally. No splicing to fragile elements is required. This construction assures reliable rugged embedment, insertion or probe assembly. Tip diameters from 0.086 to 0.125'. Standard sensors and encapsulation materials rated up to 540°C (1000°F). Choose the moisture resistant version for condensing conditions.

Specifications
Standard Lead Length: 40 Inches
Operating Temperature Range:
    TFE Leads: -200 to 260°C (-320 to 500°F)
    Polyimide Leads: -200 to 350°C (-320 to 660°F)
    Fiberglass Leads: -75 to 510°C (-100 to 950°F)
    Moisture Resistant: -50 to 200°C (-60 to 390°F)
Sensing Element: International grade thin film platinum, a = 0.00385 Ω/Ω/°C per IEC 60751
Ice Point Resistance: 100.00±0.06Ω or 1000.0±0.6Ω at 0°C
Time Constant (Water at 3'/Second):
    0.086 Diameter = 0.5 seconds
    0.098 Diameter = 0.6 seconds
    0.125 Diameter = 0.8 seconds
    0.187 Diameter = 1.5 seconds
Self-Heating: Less than 15 mW/°C
Interchangeability/Accuracy: Class A (±0.15+.002*|t|°C [where |t|= absolute value of temperature in °C]) between -50 and 300°C, Class B above and below these temperatures
Long Term Stability: Better than 0.05°C (0.02% of resistance) per 5 years, -50 to 300°C (-58 to 572°F), 0.25°C per year to 540°C (1004°F)
Insulation Resistance: Greater than 50 Megohms at 50 Vdc at 25°C (77°F)
Maximum Current: 100 Ω = 5 mA, 1000 Ω = 2 mA for limited self-heating; also suitable as self-heated sensors
Recommended Current: 1 mA maximum for temperature sensing
Case Materials: Alumina on 0.125 and 0.086 diameter, Polyimide [350°C (662°F)] on 0.098 diameter
Lead Materials, Nickel-Coated Copper-Insulated:
    28 AWG Fiberglass: Rated to 510°C (950°F)
    28 AWG TFE: Rated to 260°C (500°F)
    28 AWG Polyimide: Rated to 350°C (660°F)

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Does it matter what method I use to terminate these?

Asked by: MattK
Matt , Please email details of your application to temp@omega.com or you can contact us directly to discuss your application at 800-826-6342 ask for the Temperature Group
Answered by: SAT_SAE
Date published: 2020-04-24

Can I trim the leads short without negatively affecting the performance?

Asked by: MattK
Matt , Please email details of your application to temp@omega.com or you can contact us directly to discuss your application at 800-826-6342 ask for the Temperature Group
Answered by: SAT_SAE
Date published: 2020-04-24

I temperature sensing in robot end of arm tooling. Is there high flex cable available for RTDs or can I use any cable?

Asked by: MattK
Thank you for your interest in our product We do not have a high flex RTD cable. Repeated cable flexing will cause wire breakage
Answered by: SAT_SAE
Date published: 2020-04-24
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