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RTD Probe with Insulated Wire and Shrink-Tube Support


Item# PR-10E-3-100-1/8-6

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1-4 C$131.00
5-9 C$124.45
10-24 C$121.83
25-49 C$116.59
50-99 C$113.97
100+ C$111.35

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RTD Probe with Insulated Wire and Shrink-Tube Support PR-10E-3-100-1/8-6 PR-10E-3-100-1/8-6
  • Low temperature range: -50 to 250°C (-58 to 482°F)
  • High temperature range: -50 to 450°C (-58 to 842°F)
  • Extreme temperature range: -200 to 600°C (-328 to 1112°F)
  • Class A accuracy conforming to IEC 60751
  • Standard probe lengths: 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18 and 24 in.
  • 2, 3, and 4-wire lead wire styles
  • PT100 and PT1000 RTD element
  • Stripped-end leads with other cold-end termination options
  • Dual element offered on 1/4 in. diameter probes only

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Omega's RTD probe with insulated lead wire has a shrink-tube strain relief support at the sheath/wire transition to provide wire flexibility and durability. This 316 stainless steel probe is offered in 2-, 3-, or 4-wire configuration. This is available in three temperature ranges covering -200°C to 600°C (-328 to 1112°F) to accommodate your specific temperature needs. Applications for this probe include liquid immersion, slurries and emulsions, granular material measurements, as well as temperature monitoring of heat bars, kilns, and pipes.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from RTD Probe review The connection point from the probe to the wire is a weak point that has broken a few times. We have repaired and/replaced this probe multiple times. Also the connection to the thermometer has failed as well.
Date published: 2021-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for static measurement, response time varies Easy to use, accurate devices. Warning, I saw different response times between the two devices I ordered when the temperature was changing rapidly. One responded to an 80 C difference in ~ 1 min, the other took 5 min to stabilize.
Date published: 2020-07-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice design - Required proprieatay connector I bought an Omega data logger with 4 thermocouple inputs and 2 RTD connections. The device worked right out of the box - is easy to use and record with. Unfortunately Omega has designed the data logger so that we have to use their proprietary connectors , almost like an earphone jack, for the RTDs. My master technician tried to solder these connects and messed one of them up. Called up Omega. 3 week lead time, and no they would not replace the connector. a Little disappointed on that front. Very limited instructions on how to solder this connector. We guessed as to what terminal goes to what RTD wire and took an educated guess. Lucky for us our guess was right.
Date published: 2018-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RTD Work pretty good. Got the RTD within 2 weeks instead of the 1 month I was told.
Date published: 2021-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality and consistent construction The large number of configurations of these probes is helpful to find one that is just right for the application.
Date published: 2020-12-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from RTD Bad Ground The RTD is a three wire unit that appears robust and arrived in the configuration that was ordered. However, when it was connected to the digital controller for the oven, the sensor signal was lost each time the oven reached about 120 F. Tracing the issue revealed that one of the ground wires from the RTD had a bad connection. Just touching the wire as it exited the sensor would cause it to loss connection. The wire was not strained during installation given the generous space afforded by the oven. Since my lead wire is only 6' long, I am not so concerned about the added accuracy a 3-wire RTD offers over a 2-wire. So, I placed a jumper on the controller to connect both of the grounds together. If the lead time for ordering a new RTD was not so long, I would have returned this defective unit.
Date published: 2020-08-21
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