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Standard Accuracy Ceramic Wire Wound Platinum RTD Elements

Ceramic Wire Wound Platinum RTD Elements - Class B

C$40.93

Item# A2132

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Quantity Price each
1-9 C$40.93
10-24 C$38.88
25-49 C$38.06
50-99 C$36.43
100-199 C$35.61
200+ C$34.79

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Lead Time (If not in stock): 3 weeks
Ceramic Wire Wound Platinum RTD Elements - Class B A2132 A2132
  • Platinum RTD Elements
  • Single and Dual Element Versions Available
  • 50 and 100 Ohms Models
  • All Models in Stock for Fast Delivery

A2132 Model Options

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Temperature Accuracy
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Probe Length
Maximum Temperature Measurement
Minimum Temperature Measurement
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OMEGA RTD elements can be used for a variety of temperature applications. Models are available for temperature ranges as broad as -200 to 850°C. Dual element RTDs are also available for applications where two different instruments need to monitor the same temperature.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from poor packaging The product was packaged very good and in a secure way for the ship, but the dimension of the boxes were bigger than of necesary . However the PT100 elements were not in the original blister where they could are more protected.
Date published: 2018-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bare leads way too short It would be extremely helpful if the bare leads came longer than 10 mm
Date published: 2020-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Your products hace excelent quality Im happy with my product and im glad to buy more products from you.
Date published: 2018-10-17
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What are the leads of these things made of ? They are very, very soft, and melt when soldered with 60/40 tin lead.

Asked by: Steveastrouk
So what is the recommendation to solder, if they melt at soldering temperatures ? I suspect that they are forming another alloy with the tin-lead, with a melting point below the headline number
Answered by: Steveastrouk
Date published: 2022-06-23
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