Thermowell/removable sensor

May 19, 2011
The PRS-TW-M12 Series sanitary thermowell/removable sensor can be used in clean-in-place systems where it can be removed for calibration or service without disturbing the system. The sensor includes a four-wire, Class-A, PT100 RTD

The PRS-TW-M12 Series sanitary thermowell/removable sensor can be used in clean-in-place systems where it can be removed for calibration or service without disturbing the system. The sensor includes a four-wire, Class-A, PT100 RTD with an M12 connector plug. The thermowell is 3-A approved, with wetted surfaces made from 316L stainless steel and a surface finish of 32 μin. or better. The sensor’s temperature range is –50 to 200°C (–58 to 392°F) and it is compatible with two, three, or four-wire RTD instruments.

Omega Engineering Inc.
One Omega Dr.
Stamford, CT 06907
(203) 359-1660
www.omega.com; www.omega.com/temperature/pdf/PRS-3-100-TW-M12.pdf

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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