Temperature measuring range

he diagram opposite shows an overview of the temperature range of the various sensors.

– for Pt100 resistance sensors adhere to DIN IEC 751
– for Ni100 resistance sensors adhere to DIN 43760
– for thermocouple sensors adhere to DIN IEC 584

J: (Fe-CuNi)
These thermocouples are very common, economic and deliver a high thermoelectric voltage. Disadvantage: danger of corrosion. Iron becomes brittle with sulphurous gases.

K: (Ni-CrNi)
These thermocouples are very common, demonstrate excellent long-term stability but only have a low thermoelectric voltage.

N: (NiCrSi-NiSi)
These thermocouples are not common, since they appeared only recently on the market. They can be used for very high temperatures and can replace elements out of noble metal.



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