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- 0…50°C Temperature Range Sensor with 4-20mA Current Output Signal Transmitter
- 14…140°F Temperature Range Sensor with 4-20mA Current Output Signal Transmitter
- One transmitter for measuring steam temperature to 150°C and pressure to 4kg/cm² g
- -5…+50degC temperature and 10m range level dual 4-20mA submersible borehole transmitter
This conversion tool will convert a temperature coefficient value into to different units.
A temperature coefficient (α) is a factor which represents how much a physical property will change per unit change in temperature.
When the factor is multiplied together with the amount of temperature change it is possible to determine the total physical change, such as a change in the length of a material due to thermal expansion, or the change in resistance of an electrical conductor.
In addition to the typical units used for defining a temperature coefficient, such as per degree Celsius (/°C), per degree Fahrenheit (/°F), per kelvin (/K), ppm per degree Celsius (ppm/°C), or ppm per kelvin (ppm/K), you can also select other temperature coefficients incorporating parts per million (ppm) and Kelvin SI metric prefixes (e.g. mK and µK).
- 32…122°F Temperature Range Sensor with 4-20mA Current Output Signal Transmitter
- 200cm range 0-5Vdc output submersible road flood stream depth and PT1000 sensor
- Water well 30mH2Og range 4-20mA out freshwater level sensor with RTD
- -10…+60°C Temperature Range Sensor with 4-20mA Current Output Signal Transmitter