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Temperature Sensors Catalogue
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CATALOGUE TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT IN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS

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TECHNICAL GUIDE LABORATORY_ SHEATHED SENSORS - THERMOCOUPLES AND Pt100 SENSORS FOR HIGH-TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS SURFACE TEMPERATURE SENSORS_ AMBIENT TEMPERATURE SENSORS_ PROCESS SENSORS WITH INTERCHANGEABLE ELEMENTS SENSORS FOR EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENTS_ SENSORS FOR THE SEMI-CONDUCTOR AND SOLAR POWER INDUSTRIES 2 SENSORS CATALOGUE | WWW.PYROCONTROLE.COM

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MULTIPOINT SENSORS FOR CHEMICAL REACTORS SENSORS FOR HIGH-PRESSURE APPLICATIONS (UP TO 4,700 BARS) SENSORS WITH IN-SITU CALIBRATION STANDARD REFERENCE SENSORS SENSORS FOR MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS BIMETAL THERMOMETERS SENSORS CATALOGUE | WWW.PYROCONTROLE.COM

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TECHNICAL GUIDE Founded in 1893 by Raphael CHAUVIN and Rene ARNOUX, CHAUVIN ARNOUX is an expert in the measurement of electrical and physical quantities in the industrial and tertiary sectors. Total mastery of product design and manufacturing in-house enables the Group to innovate constantly, proposing a very broad product and service offering to meet all its customers’ needs. The Group’s quality policy means it supplies customers with products which fulfil its commitments and comply with both the international and national standards in the metrological, environmental and user safety...

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PYROCONTROLE Pyrocontrole joined the Chauvin Arnoux Group in 1997, benefiting since then from the Group's six Research and Development centres and its international sales network backed by ten subsidiaries in Europe, the USA and China. Based near Lyon in the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region of France, PYROCONTROLE's industrial site designs highly accurate sensors for severe environments in all thermal process industries and solutions to deal with their temperature measurement and control requirements. A wide range of sensors and expertise built up over many years in the industrial process chain...

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A COMPREHENSIVE OFFERING WITH A Drawing on its total mastery of the thermal process chain, PYROCONTROLE proposes appropriate, reliable solutions to meet each customer’s needs, with a unique offering constantly expanded by new product launches. TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT • From standardized sensors to tailored sensors from -268 °C to +1 800 °C. • Temperature sensors: industrial thermocouples, sensor assemblies, specific sensors, Pt100… COMPLETE MASTERY OF THE THERMAL PROCESS CHAIN • Cofrac Metrology Laboratory • Calibration range from -40 °C to +1,550 °C • Calibration systems and equipment N°...

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SOLUTION FOR EACH REQUIREMENT SIGNAL PROCESSING • C.A 3420 universal transmitter for conditioning all the temperature and process signals. TEMPERATURE CONTROL • STATOP ® temperature controllers: analogue or digital, in different formats, with fixed or universal inputs, etc. For further information on our range of temperature controllers (product datasheets, sales literature, etc.), please contact us. POWER CONTROL • hyritop range of single-phase or threeT phase thyristor power controllers from 16 A to 2,900 A for resistive and inductive loads. • raining and commissioning services: T...

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TECHNICAL GUIDE SENSORS CATALOGUE | WWW.PYROCONTROLE.COM

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TECHNICAL OVERVIEW LAWS GOVERNING THE USE OF THERMOCOUPLES THERMOCOUPLE PRODUCTION MODES TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE THERMOCOUPLES SELECTION CRITERIA FOR DEFINING A TEMPERATURE SENSOR MAKING USE OF THERMOCOUPLES TECHNICAL OVERVIEW MOUNTING OF THE PT100 SENSOR STANDARD MATERIALS FOR THERMOWELL CONSTRUCTION DIRECTIVE No. 2014/68/EU: PRESSURE EQUIPMENT SENSORS CATALOGUE | WWW.PYROCONTROLE.COM

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GUIDE TECHNIQUE A - TEMPERATURE There are several definitions of temperature, depending on the field to which it refers. For example: Physics: Physical phenomenon occurring as a manifestation of the kinetic energy which indicates the degree of thermal agitation of the molecules in a body or a substance; arbitrary parameter used to measure this phenomenon. Climatology: Energy state of the air leading to varying degrees of heating. Physiology: Heat level of a human or animal body. Temperature is therefore an intensive quantity (quantity used to describe the state of a system whose numeric...

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TECHNICAL GUIDE In particular, for the most widely-encountered temperatures, ITS-90 defines : • 14 fixed points between 13.803 K (-259.346 °C) and 1,234.93 K (+961.78 °C) and the interpolation instrument is a standard platinum resistance thermometer; • 3 fixed points above 1,234.93 K (961.78 °C) and the temperature is measured by optical pyrometry, using Planck's radiation law by extrapolation at one of these three fixed points. Today, temperature is the most widely-measured quantity apart from time. In industry, this quantity is particularly important. Indeed, it often conditions the...

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TECHNICAL GUIDE Law of homogeneous metals: This law stipulates that “an electric current cannot be maintained in a circuit composed of a single homogeneous metal, whatever the variations in terms of cross-section, simply by applying heat”. If a junction of two different metals is maintained at temperature T1, while the other is kept at T2, the emf effect produced is independent and not affected by the temperature distribution along the wires T3 and T4. A (+) Law of intermediate temperatures: In industrial installations, it is not easy to keep a thermocouple’s reference junction at a...

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TECHNICAL GUIDE O = Oxidizing R=Reducing. N = Neutral. V = Vacuum (*) = Sensitive to sulphuric corrosion (**) = Deteriorates quickly in oxidizing environments 4-1 : THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF HOT JUNCTIONS: The part where the hot junction is made is exposed to the temperature to be measured. There are three main types of assembly: • Exposed hot junction • Earthed hot junction • Insulated hot junction Exposed hot junction: This type of junction provides a very quick response time. However, the thermocouple must be used in environments where the conditions are mild (neutral atmosphere, at...

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