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lts-temperatur.png: Resistance Temperature Probe LTS-A, LTS-K

Resistance Temperature Probe LTS-A, LTS-K

Pt100, class A according to DIN IEC 751
Range: -50 ... +250°C
Connection: G ½, M12 for hygenic sleeve LZE
Material: stainless steel
pmax: 10 bar
Option: head mounted transmitter 4 - 20 mA,
fast responding sensor tip, longer neck for higher temperatures, KOBUS

LTS-A Version with Connection Box

LTS-A Version with Connection Box

LTS-K Compact Version

LTS-K Compact Version


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Operating Instructions

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LTS - Operating Instructions

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The change in resistance of platinum in relation to the temperature to be measured is used for temperature measurement with the KOBOLD Resitive Temperature Sensors LTS. The devices are connected electrically with 2- or 3-wire technology, depending on the input of the evaluation device and the line length. Alternatively, the temperature sensor can be connected to a 4 - 20 mA current input (2-wire current loop) through the built-in 2-wire transmitter.
The temperature sensors with a connection that is cavity free (...T, ...M) are fitted with a food-compatible metallic sealing system, that forms a hygienic measuring point in conjunction with the associated weld-in sleeve LZE. The temperature sensors with neck well are suited for measuring permanently high temperatures (up to 250 °C).

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