resistance thermometer

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thermometer that measures temperature by changes in the resistance of a spiral of platinum wire

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The temperature of the mirror is measured by a precision resistance temperature detector.
Tenders are invited for Clamp On Resistance Temperature Detector (Rtd)
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Resistance Temperature Detector (Rtd) For Dry Type Transformers And Bearing Of Turbine Generator Unit At Indira Sagar Power Station, Narmada Nagar,Distt.
manufactures negative temperature coefficient thermistors as well as thermistor probes and assemblies with product lines that include thin film platinum resistance temperature detectors and RTD assemblies.
Thermistors differ from resistance temperature detectors (RTD) in that the material used in a thermistor is generally a ceramic or polymer, while RTDs use pure metals.
In contrast to conventional techniques using surveillance cameras or thermocouples and resistance temperature detectors, distributed temperature sensors can be routed along any object that requires management.
As the first and the only manufacturer of a wide range of thermocouples, resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), thermowells and accessories in Bahrain, Gulf Temperature Sensor (GTS) showcased its expertise as a specialist in temperature sensors at the fair.
The topics include laser Doppler velocimetry technology for integration and directional discrimination, thin film resistance temperature detectors, inductive sensors fitted in aircraft windows to measure lightning current, wideband ultrasonic transmitter and sensor array for in-air applications, and applying inertial sensors in developing smart particles.
Resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) employ the property that electrical resistance of metals varies with temperature.
The paper also describes tests of the suitability of aluminum- and polysilicon-based Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) to measure the temperature of the silicon-substrate, which is required to convert a temperature difference determined with an integrated thermocouple or from the thermal resistance of the microhotplate into the absolute temperature of the microhotplate.
Ensuring that this standby power source is available can depend on small but powerful Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs).
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