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Offline briansalomon

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RTD Sensor
« on: 02-11-2020 -- 19:30:22 »
Looking for advice on RTDs.

I need a measurement solution for 100 Deg C to 400 Deg C using a 2" X 1/8" sensor or sensors.

I'm thinking a Fluke 1502A will work and once I know what the curve(s) are I can enter them and get acceptable measurements using class A RTDs.

I have had no luck so far finding a good sensor in this size.

Does anyone know of a good source for the sensor?
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Re: RTD Sensor
« Reply #1 on: 03-05-2020 -- 17:56:57 »

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Re: RTD Sensor
« Reply #2 on: 04-15-2020 -- 03:06:58 »
I've been out awaiting knee surgery and it looks like I'll be waiting awhile. Sorry I haven't checked in but yes this definitely appears to be exactly what is needed.

I really appreciate that and will pass this to someone who can fill out the requisition. Good find.
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