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Special RTD Temperature Sensor Configuration for Heat Trace Applications


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Heat traced piping requires a means of temperature measurement to assure control of heat input to minimize energy consumption and maximize pipe and fluid temperature.

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Special RTD Temperature Sensor Configuration for Heat Trace Applications

  1. 1. 1A RTD/Heat Trace Styles RTD_T14XX-01 A P P L I E D S E N S O R T E C H N O L O G I E S A D i v i s i o n o f U N I T E D E L E C T R I C C O N T R O L S 180 Dexter Avenue, P.O. Box 9143, Watertown, MA 02471-9143 USA Telephone: 617 923-6966 Fax: 617 926-8411 HEAT TRACING RTD SENSORS WITH FIXED (NON-REPLACEABLE) ELEMENTS How to build a part number: To order an Applied Sensor Technologies temperature sensor, select the requirements for the categories listed below and fill in the corresponding boxes with your selection. Don’t see exactly what you need? Give us a call! style ASSEMBLY STYLE T1441 – Heat trace RTD with fixed, non-replaceable element; cast aluminum head with ceramic terminal block and 1/2” NPT conduit connection; head conforms to NEMA 4 requirements; sheath is stainless steel with 90° bend, 0.250” O.D. with pad for mounting to pipe. T1441X – Similar to T1441, except explosion-proof terminal head; approved for Class 1, Div. 1, Groups C & D. NOTES: • Temperature Range – minimum and maximum operating temperatures -18 to 371°C (-0 to 700°F) • Sheath Length – 4–1/4” length from pipe to fitting standard (consult AST for additional lengths) • Element – 3-wire, platinum RTD, Class B, 100 ohms at 0°C (±0.12%); DIN 0.00385 T1441 T1441X For application assistance and technical information, contact Miller Energy, Inc. Exton, PA USA 800-631-5454