Temperature range from -50 to +500°C
5 types of resistance sensors: PT-1000, NTC12k, PTC2k, PT-100, NTC10k
Many different mechanical types for installation in the floor, on walls, in machinery, pipes, tanks or outside.
ETF sensors are applied as signal emitters for electronic thermostats, regulators and thermometers. The sensors, which are available in many different mechanical types, may be used in all places where temperatures are to be measured or monitored, e.g. inside buildings and installations or in machinery.
ETF sensors contain a sensing element enclosed in housings of plastic or metal.
The sensors have been designed to archive the shortest possible response times.
Resistance sensors convert temperature into ohmic resistance.
A. NTC thermistor (NTC10K, NTC12k)
(Negative Temperature Coefficient)
- Rising temperature reduces ohmic resistance
B. PTC thermistor, PT-100, PT-1000
(Positive temperature coefficient)
- Rising temperature increases ohmic resistance
For information on sensor leads and characteristics click here for calculator.
Help to selcting the most suited resistance sensor type can be found here.
Upon request, several types with different temperature ranges may be furnished.