Compact thermometer with Pt100 Sensor
Input / Output
Certification / Approvals
- Measuring Principle: Pt100
- Measuring Range: -50 to 200 °C (-58 to +392 °F)
- Accuracy: Class A as per IEC 60751
- Respnse Time: t50 < 1.0 s, t90 < 2.0 s
- Optionally with integrated 4 to 20 mA transmitter, programmable via PC
Fields of application
- Machine building, plant and vessel construction
- Propulsion technology, hydraulics
- Heating and cooling circuits and air-conditioning technology
With cost efficiency, optimal use of space, reliable operation, easy installation and commissioning the TMR31 from Endress+Hauser fulfills the requirements of modern process measurement technology. Vibration-proof integrated thin-film sensors guarantee highest operational safety at the fastest response times.
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Questions & Answers
What are some adavantages of this device? (1 answer)
The TMR31 temperature sensor is quite small, compact and easy to commission. It is a 4-wire PC programmable transmitter with a 4-20 mA output offering great accuracies and short response times. Even with short insertion lengths, the device offers good precision. It is provided with the ReadWin 2000 PC operating software for configuration and visualization of the measured variable free of cost. Lastly, the enclosure protection of highest rating-IP69K is also an added advantage for the device.
What is the input given and its measuring range? (1 answer)
The device takes the input of an Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD), a Pt100 type sensor (Platinum RTD) with a resistance of 100 ohms at zero degrees Celsius which changes with the change in temperatures. The Pt100 sensor as pet the IEC 60751, has a measuring range of -50 to +150 degrees Celsius (without neck) and -50 to +200 degrees Celsius (with neck).
Does it come with a display? (1 answer)
The device doesn't have a display or a human interface. There aren't any display elements present directly on it, however the measured value and other required parameters can be called up using the ReadWin 2000 Software.