Resistance Temperatures Detectors

Resistance Temperatures Detectors (RTDs):

Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) happens to be the sensors that are

utilised for measuring temperature(s) by correlating the resistance of the sensor

element with temperature. They are highly accurate & stable over a wide range of

temperatures. In other words, we can say that these happen to be the temperature

sensors that are relying on the resistance-temperature relationship, and that are

known for their high accuracy & stability across diverse temperature ranges.


  • RTD Types: PT-50, PT-100, PT-200, PT-500, PT-1000
  • Temperature Range: -200°C to + 600°C
  • Elements: Platinum Thin Film RTD, Ceramic Wire Wound
  • Class of Tolerance (Reference DIN EN 60751): 1/3,1/10, CLASS A, CLASSB, CLASS C, CLASS Y & K
  • Standard Rtd Mi Probe Sizes: Ø 2, 3, 4.5, 6, 8, 10,12,16,19, 20, 21, 22, 25 mm
  • Configurations: Simplex, Duplex, Triplex  And Multipoint
  • Grade of Protection: IP 55, IP 65, IP 67, Atex, Ccoe, Flame Proof
  • Type of Termination: Plug and Socket, IP Rated Head, DIN and Explosion-Proof Connection Head
  • Connectors: MIL-STD, Nylon, Plastic, Ceramic
  • Type of Measurement: Air, Gas, Liquid Immersion, Contact, Surface
  • Sheaths: SS 304, SS 316, SS 310, SS 446, INCONEL 600, INCONEL 800, INCOLY Titanium, Inconel, Ceramic, APM (Special Alloys on Request)