Sani-Flow Temperature Sensor Specifications

RTDs & Temperature Transmitters

Programmable Transmitter
Sanitary and industrial RTDs and temperature transmitters
Compliance More Info - Compliance 3-A (1), NEMA 4X, IP67, ISO 9001 & 13485
COMPLIANCE

close 3-A Conforms to 3A 74-05 Sanitary Standards for Sensors and Sensor Fittings and Connections Used on Milk and Milk Products Equipment.

3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc. (3-A SSI) is an independent, not-for-profit corporation dedicated to advancing hygienic equipment design for the food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industries.

IP67 - IP means "Ingress Protection". IP67 enclosures are rated as "dust tight" and protected against the effects of temporary immersion in water.

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Product Contact Material 316L Stainless Steel
Housing Material 316L Stainless Steel
Product Contact Finish Ramax = 8 µin (0.20 µm)(1)
CIP/SIP More Info - CIP/SIP Yes
CIP/SIP

close Chicago Stainless Equipment Sensors can be Cleaned in Place (CIP) and/or Steamed in Place (SIP) without damaging the sensor. Just be certain not to exceed the operating temperature limits.

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Autoclave: More Info - Autoclave Yes(2)
Autoclave

close Chicago Stainless Equipment Sensors can be Autoclaved to 150°C (302°F) maximum. Temperature Transmitters electronics must be removed from housing prior to autoclave.

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Process Temperature Limits More Info - Process Temperature Range -50° to 150°C (-58° to 302°F)(3)
PROCESS TEMPERATURE LIMIT

close This is the temperature limit of the product being measured which the sensor is capable of measuring.

For higher process temperature applications, please consolt factory.

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Ambient Temperature Limits (RTD) More Info - Ambient Temperature Range -50° to 150°C (-52° to 302°F)(4)
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LIMIT

close This is the temperature range of the environment which the sensor can safey be exposed to. If the sensor should go above or below these temperature limits, the instrument will not operate properly.

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TT Ambient Temperature Limits (Transmitter) More Info - Ambient Operating Limits -40° to 85°C (-40° to 185°F)
Connector More Info - Connector Std. 12mm Industrial Connector
(Gold plated copper contacts,
polyphthalamide (PPA) keyed insert)
CONNECTOR

close All Chicago Stainless Equipment sensors come with a standard 12mm industrial connector with gold plated contacts. This allows for quick and easy installation and removal. No complicated leaking wiring heads or tools required. Simply plug in the connector, hand tighten, and go. Cables can be purchased separately from CSE or from most industrial supply warehouses.

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Temperature Transmitter Electronics (Programmable) Standard

Programmable Transmitter
Standard USB programmable transmitter electronics(5)
Typical Accuracy More Info - Accuracy ± 0.15% of Scale
ACCURACY

close Accuracy is defined as the conformity of an indication to its true value. Accuracy is ± (plus or minus) a stated value across the full range. For example, a temperature transmitter with an accuracy of ±0.2% of full scale that has had its range set to 50 to 120°C, would mean that the sensor can be off no more than 0.14°C ( 0.002x[120-70]=0.14) above or below the actual temperature.

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Range More Info - Range -30°C to 150°C (-22°F to 302°F)
factory or field rangeable(5)
RANGE

close This is the standard range at which the transmitters are set by the factory. Temperature transmitters can be ordered with a different range if desired, or they may be adjusted in the field by a knowledgeable technician.

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Input 8 to 32 VDC
Output 4 to 20 mA (temperature linear)
Resolution 5µA (0.005mA)
Linearity ±0.1% of span
Long-term Stability ±0.2% of span/year
Output Load RLoad = (Vsupply - 8.0V)/0.022
Sensor Failure Detection (burnout) Upscale
Isolation Non-isolated
Calibration Field Calibratable(5)
Zero and Span Adjustable(5)
Rangeable(5)
Zero Adjustment Any value within range limits(5)
Minimum Span 10°C (18°F)(5)

Temperature Transmitter Electronics (Analog Adjustable) Optional

Analog Transmitter
Optional analog adjustable transmitter electronics(6)
Typical Accuracy More Info - Accuracy ± 0.15% of Scale
ACCURACY

close Accuracy is defined as the conformity of an indication to its true value. Accuracy is ± (plus or minus) a stated value across the full range. For example, a temperature transmitter with an accuracy of ±0.2% of full scale that has had its range set to 50 to 120°C, would mean that the sensor can be off no more than 0.14°C ( 0.002x[120-70]=0.14) above or below the actual temperature.

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Range More Info - Range -30°C to 150°C (-22°F to 302°F)
factory or field rangeable(6)
RANGE

close This is the standard range at which the transmitters are set by the factory. Temperature transmitters can be ordered with a different range if desired, or they may be adjusted in the field by a knowledgeable technician.

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Input 6.2 to 32 VDC
Output 4 to 20 mA (temperature linear)
Resolution 5µA (0.005mA)
Linearity ±0.1% of span
Long-term Stability ±0.1% of span/year
Output Load RLoad = (Vsupply - 6.5V)/0.025
Sensor Failure Detection (burnout) Upscale
Isolation Non-isolated
Calibration Field Calibratable(6)
Zero and Span Adjustable(6)
Rangeable(6)
Zero Adjustment -50° to 50°C (-60° to 120°F)((6)
Fine Adjustment ±10%(6)
Span Adjustment Minimum 50°C (100°F)(6)
Span Adjustment Interval 50°C (100°F)(6)

RTD Element

RTD
Thin-film RTD element potted in probe with thermally conductive paste
Type Pt-100 Thin Film: Class A
Tolerance F 0.15 (Class A)(7)
ACCURACY

close Accuracy is defined as the conformity of an indication to its true value. Accuracy is ± (plus or minus) a stated value across the full range. For example, a sensor that has an accuracy of ±0.15°C would mean that the sensor can be off no more than 0.15°C above or below the actual temperature.

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Nominal Resistance 100Ω at 0°C (32°F)
Coefficient More Info - Compliance Alpha = 0.00385 Ohms/Ohm/°C
COEFFICIENT

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The Over-Range Capability is how much pressure over the gauge's range that the gauge can be exposed to for a short period of time without damaging the instrument. For example, a 0 to 160 psi gauge can be exposed to 208 psi (160 x 1.3) for a short period of time (less than a minute) without causing damage to the gauge.

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Specification DIN EN 60751 / IEC751
Long Term Stability More Info - Stability Max. R0-Drift 0.04% after 1000 hrs at 500°C (932°F)
Stability

close The stability of a sensor is its measure of how repeatable the instrument is over time.

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Measuring Current 0.3 to 1.0 mA

(1) Sanitary connections only. For a detailed list of sanitary fittings please consult factory
(2) Autoclave to 150°C (302°F) maximum - electronics MUST be removed from housing
(3) For higher temperature applications please consult factory
(4) Verify temperature limit of mating cable
(5) By a knowledgeable/qualified technician using optional USB communication kit
(6) By a knowledgeable/qualified technician. Fine adjustments via variable resistors; Span and Zero setting via solder pads
(7) Tolerance in °C = ±0.15 + 0.002│t│ :where t = temperature


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