ATS-PT100 temperature sensor range features a 304 grade 6mm stainless steel sheath and ½"BSP fitting with an aluminium IP67 terminal head; the sensor is a class A, 3 wire PT100.Read more
The ATS-TR temperature transmitter range features a 304 grade 6mm stainless steel sheath and ½"BSP fitting with an aluminium IP67 terminal head; the sensor is a class A, 3 wire PT100 fitted with a 4-20mA transmitter.Read more
The ATS 6000 is a cost effective temperature sensor built around a PT100 with an integrated 4-20mA transmitter giving effective and reliable temperature measurement over a range of 0-100°C (as standard with other ranges available on request). A two wire…Read more
Gems™ TM-950 is an Open Thermistor Sensor ideal for temperature sensing in non-conductive liquids, such as oil and refrigerants. It utilizes a proprietary fused glass hermetic seal, an axial feed through design to provide exceptional high pressure, and temperature sensing capability.Read more
The measurement of temperature, pressure, humidity, flow or fill level is a core element in numerous industrial applications for process monitoring and control. Strict requirements regarding the quality of the manufactured products, e.g., in the pharmaceutical, foodstuffs or automotive industry, determines the specification of…Read more
About our Temperature Sensors
In many industrial processes the temperature of the machine or machine components plays a fundamental role. A temperature switch or temperature sensor can measure temperature in a number of ways and use this information as part of a processed controlled application. There are a wide range of different temperature sensors available for application specific purposes.
In essence, a temperature transmitter is an electrical instrument which works with a temperature sensor to isolate, amplify and filter noise. They then convert any signal they receive from the temperature sensor, and relay it back to the control device.
A number of industries have strict requirements regarding the quality of the products they manufacturer. Whether it be the pharmaceutical, foodstuffs or automotive industry, in order to deliver results consistently at all times, the machinery has to be highly reliable, smart and accurate. Temperature sensors help make sure this happens, measuring temperature in a number of ways and using this information as part of a processed controlled application.
This question is difficult to answer as it really depends on your requirements and the industry you work in. For any advice, feel free to contact a member of our team who will be happy to talk you through the options.
A temperature sensor is a device that provides temperature measurement via an electrical signal. It is typically comprised of two metals, which generate an electrical voltage upon noticing a change in temperature. On the other hand, temperature transmitters are devices which connect to temperature sensors, transmitting signals to help keep control of the system.