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Low Temperature Platinum Sensors
ACI/100-LT
ACI/1000-LT


Product Description:

The ACI/100-LT and ACI/1000-LT Series temperature sensors incorporate a Class B wire wound platinum RTD sensor which conforms to DIN-IEC-751 platinum RTD standards.

One of the most important features of the ACI/100-LT and ACI/1000-LT are that they use a strain-free element. This allows the sensor to have a much more stable output since the sensing element isn't subjected to the constant expansion and contraction of the encapsulation materials. The sensors are mounted in a 1/4" diameter stainless steel probe and have 24" teflon leads. These sensors are compatible with all liquids and materials that are compatible with 316 Stainless Steel Materials.

The ACI/100-LT or ACI/1000-LT sensors are available in either two or three wire configurations incorporating high accuracy and interchangeability throughout a wide temperature range.

Some of the typical applications are for Freezers, Chemical Plants, Fuel Processing Facilities, Meat Packing Plants, and Scientific Laboratories.

These units are offered in Duct, Duct without box, Immersion ,and Remote Probe configurations.

Product Specifications:
Output 100 Ohms @ 32°F (0°C)
1000 Ohms @ 32°F (0°C)
Resistance Characteristics +/- 0.12% Class B
Temp. Coefficient 0.00385 Ohm/Ohm/°C Repeatability +/- 0.1°C
Temperature Span -328 to 392°F (-200 to 200°C) Stability Less than +/- 0.1° C drift
Accuracy +/- 0.3% @ 32°F single point Standardization DIN-IEC-751 (Formerly DIN 43760)
 
DuctOutside
ImmersionRemote Probe

Ordering Information:
Sensor Configuration
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100-LT 2 wireD-Duct 4", 8", 12", 18"
1000-LT 3 wireDO-Duct without box 4", 8", 12", 18"
I-Immersion 4", 8"
RP-Remote Probe (6 foot Leads) 1" Probe Standard

Example: ACI/100-LT-2W-D-4"

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