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Electrical Temperature Measurement for practitioners

Target group:

Employees working regularly with electrical temperature measurement and who are responsible for the correct
selection as well as the best possible use of temperature probes.

Objectives:

After the seminar, participants will be able to safely use RTD temperature probes and thermocouples.

Content:

Pikto_TemperaturTemperature is one of the most important measurands in all technology areas. The seminar teaches the basics for the use of RTD temperature probes and thermocouples in industrial applications.

  • The temperature concept
    • Development of temperature measurement: from thermoscope to platinum chip sensor
  • Temperature measurement method (overview)
    • Contact, non-contact, and special processes
  • Differentiation of NTCs and PTCs
  • Functionality and application of RTD temperature probes
    • Basic principles, tolerance classes, connection types
  • Operating principle and application of thermocouples
    • Thermoelectric effect, possible temperature compensation, short circuit analysis, galvanic isolation, standardized thermocouples, max. operating temperature, tolerance classes, ceramic protection tubes, drift behavior, compensating cables, and thermovoltage-free plug connectors
  • Overview of electrical thermometers
    • Head thermometers and terminal heads, transmitters and signal isolators, measuring insert and construction of thermometers without measuring insert, sheath elements, different types of electrical thermometers
  • Information about electric thermometers
    • Heat conduction error, transition function, extension tubes, protection tubes, screw-in and welding sleeves

Prerequisites:

Basic technical knowledge.

Follow up trainings:

Trainer:

Trainer

Manfred Schleicher

Trainer Sensor- und Automatisierungstechnik

Booking Number:

JK 900010



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