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Burns Engineering Expands Miniature RTD Line

April 2, 2013

The Series A family of temperature sensors now includes both Class A and Class B tolerances.

Minnetonka, MN /PRWEB/ -- Burns Engineering has expanded the Series "A" family of miniature temperature sensors to include both Class A and Class B tolerances. These small, flexible resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) fit nearly anywhere and provide maximum performance for demanding applications within the pharma/biotech, sanitary, and industrial process industries. Designs include diameters of 0.080 in. to 0.250 in., with sensitive lengths of 0.36 in. or less, as well as 3- and 4-wire configurations and stainless steel or PFA sheaths.

The Class A sensors have a tolerance of ±0.05% and an operating range of –196°C to 200°C. The Class B sensors have a tolerance ±0.10% and an operating range of –50°C to 200°C. Visit Series "A" Mini Sensors to view available designs and complete specifications. Burns also offers customization of these designs to meet specific temperature measurement needs.

About Burns Engineering
Since 1960, Burns Engineering has been an industry leader in the design and manufacture of temperature measurement products for the process, OEM, and metrology industries. Products include RTDs, secondary SPRTs, thermocouples, thermowells, transmitters, and NVLAP-accredited calibrations (Lab Code 200706-0). To learn more about Burns Engineering, call 800-328-3871.

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