Minco RTDs now available for higher temperaturesJanuary 15, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Minco has expanded its line of Thermal-Tab Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs), available through Brampton, Ont.-based Mod-Tronic Instruments. The family now includes models for higher temperatures up to 260 degrees C, fluid immersion, easy bolt-on mounting, and high sensitivity using 10,000 ohm platinum elements.
Thermal-Tab RTDs consist of a highly stable platinum or nickel RTD packaged in a low-cost flat body. The sensor is completely insulated and has rugged Teflon insulated leadwires in a standard length of one metre.
In addition to platinum, most models are available with nickel curves to U.S. or DIN standards. Many variations are available from stock for immediate shipment.
Minco has been designing and manufacturing RTDs for more than 45 years. Mod-Tronic stocks more than 250 different types of Minco temperature sensors.
“Minco sensors have proven their reliability in the most critical arenas,” says Mod-Tronic. “The Space Shuttle uses [its] RTDs. So do nuclear plant safety systems, rocket motors, power generators, missiles and calibration labs.”
Contact Mod-Tronic to learn more about Thermal-Tab RTDs or the company’s other sensor offerings. To learn if an RTD is right for your application, click here.