The 22810 polyimide insulated flexible RTD Stikon® surface sensor series from RdF is designed to provide a practical method for measuring surface temperature. The standard sensing element is platinum with a resistance of 100Ω at 0°C with a TCR of 0.0038 Ω/Ω/°C nominal and an operating temperature range -200°C to +232°C. The 22810 sensor series from RdF are small, flexible and their low mass has a minimal thermal effect on the material being measured. They are ideally suited for applications where the device can be permanently mounted using adhesives or other mechanical mounting methods.
- Polyimide insulated flexible RTD Stikon® surface temperature sensor
- Operating temperature range -200°C to +232°C with permissible exposure to 260°C for short periods clamped
- Standard accuracy of ±0.5Ω 0.5% of temperature. (Optional accuracy of ±0.22Ω 0.25% of temperature)
- Time response of 200ms lag on metal surfaces
- Platinum sensing element with a resistance of 100Ω at 0°C
- TCR of 0.00385 Ω/Ω/°C nominal (IEC751)
- Stability of less than 0.2°C drift per year at a rated service temperature with proper mounting
- The bare sensor will rise less than 1°C while dissipating an I²R power of 15mw on metal surfaces
- Stranded nickel plated copper conductors with PFA Teflon® insulated 3 or 4 conductor ribbon cable
The insulation resistance between the outer sensor insulation clamped between 2 metal plates and the common lead wire is 50MΩ minimum with 50VDC applied to a dry sensor at room temperature.
Mounting will conform to surfaces with radii down to ⅜ inch transverse to the element winding and 1½ inch longitudinal to the winding
The below table gives the temperature resistance ratio characteristics of the RdF 22810 series:
Temperature coefficient 0.00385Ω/Ω/°C nominal (IEC751) between -200°C to +232°C for the 22810 series