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  • New: eXacal brochure - Precision thermometer handmade
    New: eXacal brochure – Precision thermometer handmade
    7. July 2022 by
    Deutsch EnglishThe new eXacal precision thermometer brochure is available! On 12 pages you will find a selection of our precision thermometers, as well as a presentation of our eXacal manufacture and the technology behind our thermometers. eXacal precision thermometers from Klasmeier are handmade in Fulda in the...
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  • The Pt100 function simply explained
    The Pt100 function simply explained
    4. August 2020 by
    Deutsch EnglishPlatinum sensors have established themselves as resistance thermometers. The correlation between temperature and resistance in platinum thermometers is not proportional but is described by a higher order polynomial. With: = Resistance of the thermometer = Resistance of the thermometer at 0 °C = Individual parameters of...
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  • Pt100 connection: two-wire (part 1)
    Pt100 connection: two-wire (part 1)
    25. June 2020 by
    Deutsch EnglishTwo-, three- and four-wire connection Resistance thermometers can be connected to temperature measuring instruments, data loggers or measuring bridges using three different methods: Two-wire connection Three-wire connection Four-wire connection Part 1: Two-wire connection The following diagram shows the connection of a temperature sensor (shown on the...
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  • How do thermocouples work?
    How do thermocouples work?
    21. April 2020 by
    Deutsch EnglishThermocouples belong to a large group of thermometers. Simplified described, a thermocouple is made of two simple wires. They are mainly used for industrial measurements in large quantities. They are most often used at high temperatures. But how can you measure temperatures with two wires?  ...
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  • How do resistance thermometers work?
    How do resistance thermometers work?
    3. March 2020 by
    Deutsch English Resistance thermometers are widely used and are often used for more precise temperature measurements. The usual temperature range of them is between about -50 °C to 600 °C. However, there are also special applications where resistance thermometers are used from -200 °C to over 1000...
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