How Does an RTD Work?

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An RTD is a resistance temperature detector. The RTD consists of a conductor, usually a long, thin piece of metal wrapped in insulation. An RTD usually uses platinum in order to decrease corrosion within the RTD resulting in errors.
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RTD stands for Resistance Temperature Device. It consists of a material whose resistance to electrical current is known as function of temperature.
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1. Begin by making sure that all of your parts are present. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for setting up the RTD before the calibration process. 2. Insert the reference resistance
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