New Products: Sanitary RTD Sensors

Aug. 18, 2009
The PRS-3 Series sanitary RTD sensors are used in food, dairy, beverage, and biopharmaceutical clean-in-place applications.

The PRS-3 Series sanitary RTD sensors are used in food, dairy, beverage, and biopharmaceutical clean-in-place applications. The sensors come with heavy and standard-duty probes.

The stepped design of the heavy-duty 3/16 to 3 /8 -in.-diameter probe stem offers added strength. The standard duty has a ¼-in.-diameter probe. Both versions have standard probe lengths of 3, 4, 5, and 6 in. and feature wetted surfaces of 316L stainless steel and surface finishes of 32 μin. or better.

Additional features include a fourconductor; 120-in.-long PFA cable with molded nylon strain relief; standard 1½-in., 16AMP Tri-Grip mounting cap; four-wire Pt100 Class A platinum RTD sensor (100.00 ± 0.06 at 0°C) standard; –50 to 200°C process-measurement temperature; and compatibility with three and two-wire RTD instruments and transmitters.

Omega Engineering Inc.
One Omega Dr.
Stamford, CT 06907
(203) 359-1660
www.omega.com

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