resistance thermometer


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resistance thermometer

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(General Physics) an accurate type of thermometer in which temperature is calculated from the resistance of a coil of wire (usually of platinum) or of a semiconductor placed at the point at which the temperature is to be measured
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Noun1.resistance thermometer - thermometer that measures temperature by changes in the resistance of a spiral of platinum wire
thermometer - measuring instrument for measuring temperature
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In combination with the TR22 resistance thermometer, the connection head plus measuring insert can be pulled out.
Among these products are those made of the highest purity platinum available for use in applications such as resistance thermometers, thermocouples and targets for vacuum deposition.
0] are values obtained using the platinum resistance thermometer embedded in the wall of the dilatometer.
In the LLT facility, the temperatures of the water- and the oil-bath blackbodies are determined using a platinum resistance thermometer or a thermistor that is immersed in the stirred bath (140, 141).
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9] IEC 60751 International Standard, Industrial platinum resistance thermometers and platinum temperature sensors.
The traceability arrangements, linkage of the realized water triple point temperature to the international key comparison value, stability issues of standard platinum resistance thermometers (SPRTs), dissemination of the temperature scale, and uncertainty budget are presented in detail.
The company's temperature laboratory uses a range of reference platinum resistance thermometers, noble metal thermocouples, stirred liquid baths, specially designed isothermal calibration furnaces and black body sources to provide a comprehensive facility for cost effective thermometer calibration or temperature probe calibration over the range -80 deg C to 1,200 deg C.
The M12 and M8 micro DIN-enabled temperature sensors have been designed to combine an industry standard compact, secure and vibration resistant connector with Omega's range of thermocouples and Pt100 resistance thermometers.
MKT 50 in combination with platinum resistance thermometers (Pt 100 and Pt 25.

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