BSI BS EN 60751: Industrial platinum resistance thermometers and platinum temperature sensors
SDO: BSI: British Standards Institution
DOD Adopted ANSI Approved Approved
This standard specifies the requirements and temperature/resistance relationship for industrial platinum resistance temperature sensors later referred to as "platinum resistors" or "resistors" and industrial platinum resistance thermometers later referred to as "thermometers" whose electrical resistance is a defined function of temperature.
Values of temperature in this standard are in terms of the International Temperature Scale of 1990, ITS-90. Temperatures in degrees Celsius are denoted by the symbol t, except in Table 1 where the full nomenclature t90/°C is used.
The standard covers resistors or thermometers for all or part of the temperature range -200 °C to +850 °C with different tolerance classes, which may cover restricted temperature ranges.
For temperature/resistance relationships with uncertainties less-than 0,1 °C, which are possible only for resistors or thermometers with exceptionally high stability and individual calibration, a more complex interpolation equation than is presented in this standard may be necessary. The specification of such equations is outside the scope of this standard.
- Resistance thermometers
- Temperature-measuring instruments
- Electrical resistance
- Working range
- Formulae (mathematics)
- Grades (quality)
- Tolerances (measurement)
- Electrical testing
- Type testing
- Performance testing
- Testing conditions
- Thermal-cycling tests
- Thermal testing
- Drop tests
- Vibration testing
- Pressure testing
- Response time
- Test equipment
- Resistance measurement
- Solid electrical insulating materials
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