Temperature Measurement

Temperature Measurement

Thermocouple ( T/C ) & Resistance Temperature Detector ( RTD )
Thermocouple a device used extensively for measuring temperature. Thermocouple is comprised of at least two metals joined together to form two junctions. One is connected to the body whose temperature is to be measured; this is the hot or measuring junction.
Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) are sensors that measure temperature by correlating the resistance of the RTD element with temperature. Most RTD elements consist of a length of fine coiled wire wrapped around a ceramic or glass core.
Mineral Insulated Elements Complete with Well
Mineral Insulated Elements Complete with Well thermocouple assemblies consist of single, dual or triplex element thermocouple wires, hard packed magnesium oxide insulation, and a wide range of metal sheaths, in one compact unit. They offer the advantage of small size, fast response, and longer life than wire thermocouples.
These compacted thermocouple assemblies provide the answer for many special or difficult applications.
Skin Thermocouples
Skin Type Thermocouple are designed to measure the temperature of the body. It is bonded to the surface of the body to which temperature is to be measured through a insulating pad, so that it collects temperature. This model of Thermocouple is typically used with in high temperature industry and/or corrosive environments where fast and accurate temperature measurement is critical.
Analog Temperature Controllers
Analog Temperature controllers offer simple and accurate temperature control with analog dial. The controllers are capable of auto-tuning PID temperature control and ON/OFF control, toggled through an external switch. The LED deviation and control output indicators provide clear and highly visible operation status.
Digital Temperature Controllers
Digital Temperature Controllers are powerful process control tools, but they offer very simple operation. Digital Temperature Controllers take a signal from a temperature device, such as a thermocouple or RTD, or from a pressure/ flow/ level sensor, and maintain a setpoint using an output signal.
Temperature Measurement

Temperature Measurement

Temperature Measurement - Thermocouple

Thermocouples consists essentially of two stripes of wires of different metals and joined at one end. Changes in the temperature at the junction induces a change in emf between the ends. As temperature goes up, this output emf of thermocouple rises, though not linearly.


Analog Temperature Controllers

Guided Wave Radar Transmitter is ideal for challenging liquid level measurements, slurries and solids, offering state of the art reliability and safety features in level and interface applications. Guided wave radar offer several advantages such as easy installation, no need for calibration, and unaffected by process conditions.


Digital Temperature Controllers

Guided Wave Radar Transmitter is ideal for challenging liquid level measurements, slurries and solids, offering state of the art reliability and safety features in level and interface applications. Guided wave radar offer several advantages such as easy installation, no need for calibration, and unaffected by process conditions.