Get Accurate & Reliable Temperature Readings In Any Environment Through Temperature Sensor
A thermostat is a component which senses the temperature of a system so that the system's temperature is maintained near a desired setpoint. Kimo’s TST thermostat has a measuring range for the ambient model from 0 to +50°C. For the duct model it would be from -20 to +80°C and for the terminal block model from -100 to +400°C.
The industrial sector relies on temperature transmitters. They are nothing but electrical instruments. By interfering with the temperature sensors, it can easily isolate, filter, and even amplify noise. They are designed to help with the conversion of temperature-dependent voltage to other output signals and send it via control devices.
Role of a Temperature Transmitter
Temperature transmitters are known for taking accurate measurements in any kind of harsh environmental condition. This electrical device helps to measure the temperature changes and even alert people of any noted changes.
Thus, the role of a temperature transmitter is to isolate the temperature signal, filtering any type of EMC noise, and even convert the signal of the temperature sensor to a certain range (4-20mA or 0-10V DC range) for more use.
The design of a temperature transmitter is such that it can record the temperature of any area, such as air ducts, piping models, etc. The temperature of the place is measured via the resistive sensors. A temperature transmitter comes loaded with a wide number of features. However, the features may vary depending on the model. For instance, some temperature transmitters might come with two analog outputs.
Kimo Instruments offers you a complete spectrum of temperature sensors for a wide range of industries. Our temperature transmitter can offer the right solution for any kind of application in the process industry. The instruments which we offer can measure temperatures from 0 to +50°C for the ambient model, -20 to +80°C for the duct mount model, and -100 to +400°C for the terminal block model.
Types of Temperature Sensors
You might be surprised to know that there are different types of temperature sensors in the market. While some temperature sensors require direct contact with the object (Contact Temperature Sensors); whereas, the rest measure the temperature of an object indirectly (Non-Contact Temperature Sensors).
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