Exact measurement over a broad temperature range

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Exact measurement over a broad temperature range

Situations often arise that require precise measurements over a relatively wide temperature range. One good example is measuring the temperature in the exhaust line of modern vehicles to reduce emission levels. A more efficient emission control system requires very precise temperature data with a low error tolerance if the cleaning process is to yield the desired result. Meanwhile, the required measurement range is particularly broad, from approximately −40°C to 1,000°C, because of course the system must function reliably both during a cold midwinter start and during operation when the exhaust line is quite hot. Other examples include modern self-cleaning pyrolitic ovens and high-temperature industrial processes.

Specially developed platinum sensors cover a measurement range from −40°C to 1000°C. They are the best choice wherever high temperatures and a wide range of temperatures must be precisely measured. Exact measurement in continuous operation and under extreme conditions. Read more.