There are many instruments used for temperature measurement, but electrical temperature sensors tend to be the most common method. A resistance temperature detector or RTD temperature sensor converts the measured temperature value into an electrical signal. But do you know how an RTD actually works? This article will discuss RTD sensors, their function and how they can help provide accurate temperature measurements for your application.
If your application is impacted by a wide temperature range or harsh vibration, you need temperature-measuring equipment that can withstand the extreme environment. You must also be able to read the temperature safely away from dangerous conditions. Otherwise, you may risk equipment damage, which can lead to downtime for your business. So, what temperature instrument is best for these situations? This article will discuss gas-actuated thermometers, when to use them and the advantages they can offer your application.
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Temperature sensors are key components in helping to ensure a safe and reliable application. RTDs and thermocouples both provide accurate and repeatable temperature measurements for your process. But, how do you know which sensor is the best one to use in your application?
Thermowells are used to protect your temperature measurement instruments from the elements, which means they are often exposed to extreme environments and temperatures. Protecting the thermowell can help keep your temperature instruments safe and your application running. But how do you protect an instrument that’s designed to protect other instruments?