October 1, 2009
Spectrum Sensor’s resistance temperature detectors use thin-film technology to provide linearity, stability and accuracy over a wide temperature range. The sensors are available in standard DIN class accuracies and a number of surface, air and immersion housings that can operate from -60°C to +250°C for nickel and -200°C to +600°C for platinum. Available with both nickel and platinum elements, they can be used as designed or packaged into different types of housings and combined with a variety of cables, connectors or other accessories.
Spectrum Sensors and Controls, Inc.; 814-834-1541; www.specsensors.com