Straight Probe Assembly, Cable Runs Directly to the Sensing Element (No Transition Fitting)
Contains a Precision 100 Ohm Class B DIN Platinum Thin Film Element
Temperature Range: -50 to 260ºC
Compact Design for OEM RTD Sensor Probe Applications
Available in 1/4", 3/16", 1/8" 3mm, 4.5mm and 6mmm Diameters, and Various Lengths.
2-, 3- or 4-Wire PFA Insulated, PFA Jacketed Cables
All Sensors Supplied to IEC60751/ASTM E-1137 Color Codes
Also Available With Fiberglass Insulated Cables (-GG) Fiberglass Cables With SST Overbraid (-SB) or Fiberglass Cables With BX Amored Hose (-BX). Fiberglass Cables have 500ºC Maximum Temperature, See Individual Product Sheets.
These general purpose platinum RTD sensor probes contain Omega's Platinum thin film RTD elements connected directly to PFA insulated and jacketed cable without the need for extension wires or metal transition fittings. This design makes for a more compact and reliable RTD replacement probe sensor where space limitations are a factor.
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Does Omega have solid models (STEP files or Solidworks) for this unit?
Asked by: MCMIKEB
Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, we do not provide solid models (STEP files or Solid works) for any of our probe assemblies.
Answered by: Application Engineer JB
Date published: 2019-06-26
What does this sensor connect to? I see 3 leads, what’re they for?
Asked by: MagnetMan
This is a 3-wire RTD sensor. The 3-lead wire can be connected to a controller or other data Acquisition system if they are compatible with RTD output. The 3-wire RTD configuration is the most commonly used RTD circuit design and can be seen in industrial process and monitoring applications. In this configuration, two wires link the sensing element to the monitoring device on one side of the sensing element, and one links it on its other side. The resistance meter can measure the resistance of the two-wire loop in isolation and by dividing this measurement by two, obtains an estimate of the per-wire resistance for each connecting wire in the circuit. Because this is an averaged result, the measurement will be accurate only if all three connecting wires have the same resistance.
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