Screw-in sensors are used to protect electrical machines against thermal overload. KRIWAN screw-in sensors with the same or different nominal response temperatures can also be connected in series. This makes it possible to monitor different limit temperatures at low cost. KRIWAN screw-in sensors are characterized by a very steep R/T characteristic. The design is optimized for low thermal inertia.
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|Max. Operating voltage Umax||30 V|
|Nominal response temperature||Von 60 °C -160 °C|
|Tolerance from ϑNAT||±5 K|
|Cold resistanceR25||≤100 Ω|
|Insulation test||Ueff = 1500 V|
|Permissible ambient temperature TA||-25...+180 °C|
|Operating pressure||150 bar|
|Housing material||V2A Stainless steel|
|Max. Operating current Imax||1mA|
|TK Temperature coefficient||0,385 %/K|
|Sensor resistance at 0 °C||1000 Ω|
|Insulation test||Ueff = 1500 V ~|
|Operating pressure||150 with Teflon insulation|
|Tightening torque||15 Nm|
|Housing material||V2A stainless steel|
|Electrical tolerance||EN 60751 Class B|
|Max. Operating voltage Umax||10V DC|
|Resistance R25||10000 Ω|
|Measurement range||-50°C bis 150°C|
|Tolerance||Delta T: ± 1,0 K in the entire defined area |
Delta R: Accuracy class ± 0,1 %
|Thermal response time |
(IEC 751, DIN EN 60751)
|τ < 30 s of 90% of the temperature jump|
To ensure that the KRIWAN single-screw sensor also fits into your application, KRIWAN offers you a variety of connection threads!
Together we will find the right screw-in sensor for your application!