Also with ATEX Approval
- For temperatures from -328 to 1112 °F (-200 to 600 °C)
- With protection tubes made of stainless steel, titanium, tantalum, Inconel®, and HASTELLOY®
- Available with Two-wire transmitter (4 to 20 mA/HART®) in Ex version
- II 1/2 G Ex ia IIC T1 to T6 Ga/Gb¹
- II 1/2 D Ex ia IIIC T80 to T400 °C IP66 Da/Db¹
- II 1/2 G Ex d IIC T1 to T6 Ga/Gb¹
- II 1/2 D Ex tb IIIC T80 to T400 °C IP66 Da/Db¹
- With interchangeable measuring insert (not for ATEX basic types)
RTD temperature probes for process technology are the preferred choice for temperature measurement in liquids and gasses.
The RTD temperature probes consist of a protection fitting according to DIN 43763 with various process connections, a terminal head, and an interchangeable measuring insert. As per standard procedure, the protection fitting is made of stainless steel grade 1.4571.
Other materials are available for special applications.
All fittings are produced according to German pressure vessel regulations (“Druckbehälterverordnung“) and subjected to a pressure and leak test.
A Pt100 temperature sensor according to DIN EN 60751, class B, in a 2-wire circuit is used as the measuring insert; versions with two Pt100 measuring circuits as well as 3-wire and 4-wire circuits are also possible.
An analog or programmable transmitter can be installed for measurement transmission with standard signal 4 to 20 mA or via the HART® interface.
Versions with pressure-resistant casing or intrinsic safety are available for temperature measurements in potentially explosive areas.
For documentation purposes, the device parameters (measurement tolerance, material, etc.) can be confirmed with a factory test certificate.
Push-in and screw-in RTD temperature probes with connecting cable and ATEX approval can be provided upon request.
¹ Explosion protection: the maximum product specific explosion protection depends on the design type of the RTD temperature probe. For an exact classification of the RTD temperature probe please refer to Operating Manual b90.2820.0x.
About JUMO Process Control, Inc.
JUMO relocated the US subsidiary to upstate New York in 2005. The new facility provided additional office space to accommodate an increase in business. JUMO also developed manufacturing facilities and now produces custom temperature probes to customer specifications.