Wika
Model TR33
Miniature resistance thermometer
Product Description
Resistance thermometers of this series are used as universal thermometers for the measurement of liquid and gaseous media in the range of -50 ... +250 °C (-58 ... +482 °F). They can be used for pressures up to 140 bar with sensor diameter 3 mm and up to 270 bar with sensor diameter 6 mm, dependent on the instrument version. All electrical components are protected against humidity (IP 67 or IP 69K) and designed to withstand vibration (20 g, depending on the instrument version). The resistance thermometer is available with direct sensor output or integrated transmitter, which can be configured individually via the PC configuration software WIKAsoft-TT. Measuring range, damping, fault signal per NAMUR NE43 and TAG no. can be adjusted.
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Model TR33

Miniature resistance thermometer

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Resistance thermometers of this series are used as universal thermometers for the measurement of liquid and gaseous media in the range of -50 ... +250 °C (-58 ... +482 °F). They can be used for pressures up to 140 bar with sensor diameter 3 mm and up to 270 bar with sensor diameter 6 mm, dependent on the instrument version. All electrical components are protected against humidity (IP 67 or IP 69K) and designed to withstand vibration (20 g, depending on the instrument version). The resistance thermometer is available with direct sensor output or integrated transmitter, which can be configured individually via the PC configuration software WIKAsoft-TT. Measuring range, damping, fault signal per NAMUR NE43 and TAG no. can be adjusted.
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