Reference Standard Sensors

Thermal (Temperature) calibration is achieved by elevating (or depressing) the temperature sensor to a known, controlled temperature and measuring the corresponding change in its associated electrical parameter (voltage or resistance).

The accurately measured parameters compared with that of a certified reference probe; the absolute difference represents the calibration error. If the sensor is connected to a measuring instrument, the sensor and the instrument combination can be effectively calibrated by this technique.

Reference Standard Sensors Models

TTCS

Noble Metal Master Thermocouple

Temperature Range 0°C to 1500°C, Element: S Type Simplex, Sheath Material: Alumina 99.7 % pure Al2O3

SSPRT

Semi Standard Platinum Resistance Thermometer

Temperature Range: -200 °C to 670°C, Sheath Material: Inconel 600, Drift: ±30 m°C at 0°C a????er 100 hours at 660°C

TPRT100

High Accuracy Platinum Resistance Thermometer

Temperature Range: -80 to 400°C(Class A), Drift: ± 0.10°C at 0°C after 100 hours at 250°C, Sheath Material: SS 316

TTCK

K Type Secondary Thermocouple

Temperature Range: 0 to 1200 °C, Sheath Material: Inconel 600, Extension Cable: 1.5 meter Long Teflon insulated cable with male/female miniature connector

TTCR

Noble Metal Master Thermocouple

Temperature Range 0°C to 1500°C, Element: R Type Simplex, Sheath Material: Alumina 99.7 % pure Al2O3