If you want to measure temperatures precisely in a specific environment, a Temperature sensor for use. Within measurement and control technology, sophisticated temperature temperature measuring devices, such as those we offer from Seikom Electronic find, high standards to meet different requirements. Use precise measurement results to control processes more efficiently, make processing of materials even more reliably and quality even more safely. even safer.
When you choose a temperature sensor from SEIKOM Electronic, you can rely on years of expertise, in-depth specialist knowledge and an extensive range of products 100 % "Made in Germany". From outdoor temperature sensors to duct temperature sensors, you will find exactly the temperature sensor you need for your processes. Take a look around and get your non-binding offer.
Sophisticated temperature measuring devices from professionals
The foundation stone for SEIKOM Electronic was laid over 30 years ago. Since then, we have developed into one of the leading provider around innovative Measurement and control technology developed. From temperature measurements with temperature sensors to pressure measurements with Pressure transmitters and Air quality measurements to HVAC systems, we offer high-quality equipment in our portfolio. Today, we are the first point of contact with TÜV certified quality and devices that we use Safety Integrity Level (SIL) 1 and 2 and Explosion protection (ATEX) certification offer. In addition, our professional services include providing you with individual advice at all times, ensuring a high degree of speed and taking care of your special requirements.
What does a temperature measuring device offer?
A temperature sensor is one of the most important tools when it comes to detecting temperature differences and converting them into a measurable signal. Once a temperature measuring device has recorded and output a temperature, you can then process the signal further or immediately for the control of processes use. Depending on the area of application for which you require a temperature sensor, it comes with different measuring principles Therefore, be it the resistance or thermoelectricity principle.
Which temperature sensors are the right ones?
Temperature sensors differ in Active temperature sensors and Passive temperature sensors. With the former, sensors actively detect temperature-related changes in their environment themselves. This variant is mainly used in the industrial and private control technology is used. The output signal is provided as a current signal (4-20 mA) or as a voltage signal (0-10 V). A temperature transmitter is embedded in the sensor itself, which converts the measured resistance values into the linear output signal.
A passive temperature sensor requires a Additional energy sourceto detect changing temperatures in the environment. Such a temperature measuring device with passive sensors can have a resistive, capacitive and inductive sensor. Outdoor temperature sensor are an example of resistive sensors. Capacitive sensors are dependent on electrical capacitance, while inductive sensors generate an electromagnetic field.
Depending on the option, temperature sensors record temperatures without contact or require a Contact point. The best known include thermocouples, resistance thermometers (RTD) and thermistors.
Thermocouples are made up of two wires of different metals or alloys that are joined together at one end. They function according to the principle of comparative measurement and have a measuring point and a reference point for this purpose. If the temperature at the measuring point differs from the temperature at the reference point, an electrical voltage is generated between the two wires, which is measured by the Seebeck effect is generated. The recorded value can then be interpreted via the temperature sensor using a measuring instrument and converted into a temperature.
Resistance thermometer Temperature sensors, often referred to as RTDs (Resistance Temperature Detectors), measure temperature by using the change in electrical resistance of a metal conductor (often platinum) with temperature. The resistance of the platinum wire increases linearly with temperature. The best-known RTDs are Pt100 and Pt1000, where the resistance at 0 °C is exactly 100 ohms. RTDs are particularly known for their High accuracy and stability known. However, they generally react more slowly to temperature changes than thermocouples.
In contrast to RTDs, which are made of metals Thermistors among the temperature sensors as Semiconductor sensors known. Their resistance change with temperature is strongly non-linear, which gives them a high sensitivity in narrow temperature ranges. There are two main types of thermistors: PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient), whose resistance increases with increasing temperature, and NTC (Negative Temperature Coefficient), whose resistance decreases with increasing temperature. NTC thermistors are the most commonly used and are characterized by a Fast response time and High accuracy over limited temperature ranges. They are often found in household appliances, medical equipment and electronic devices, where they are used for temperature control and monitoring. As the temperature sensors can only monitor a limited range, they are designed for very narrow temperature ranges.
What are the advantages of temperature sensors?
Innovative temperature sensors provide accurate measured values at different locations and are now available in numerous Industrial environments indispensable. Their versatile use in particular makes temperature measuring devices an effective tool.
The advantages of our temperature sensors at a glance:
- High measuring accuracy for detecting the finest temperature fluctuations
- Rapid reaction speed to temperature changes
- Adaptability to different applications
- Durability thanks to compact and robust design
- Simple connectivity and integration thanks to clever interfaces
- Cost-efficient thanks to fair purchase and low operating costs
Where are temperature sensors used?
Temperature sensors are used in numerous industries and areas of application. Their ability to perform precise and reliable temperature measurements makes them a indispensable element in many processes - whether in building automation, industry or laboratories.
You can rely on temperature sensors in industrial production for manufacturing processes such as melting metals or processing plastics, as well as in food processing or within medicine. A temperature sensor can be used at any time Minimal deviations This gives you the opportunity to correct processes accordingly to ensure a consistently high-quality end product. In research and development, temperature sensors help to ensure that experiments can be carried out under the desired conditions.
These and many other environments benefit from the use of Smart temperature sensor.
Our selection from room temperature measuring devices to duct temperature sensors
We know that not only every industry, but almost every company has special requirements for a temperature sensor. That is why we have specialized in a wide range of modern temperature measuring devices specialized. In our Product categories you can quickly find the right temperature sensor.
Our selection includes, among others:
- Pipe temperature sensor up to 70 °C Sensor element (Pt1000) for pipe surfaces
- Temperature sensor for industrial applications up to 70 °C as an ambient temperature device
- Temperature sensors up to 120 °C for surfaces such as pipes, machine parts, surfaces etc. and suitable for heating, ventilation and cooling systems
- Outdoor temperature sensor up to 70 °C
- Temperature sensor for non-aggressive liquids up to 120 °C
- ThermGuard® TT201 as room temperature sensor for surface mounting
- ThermGuard® TT420 duct/immersion sensor for gases & liquids up to 600°C, with analog output
We would be happy to inform you personally about your options and work with you to find a temperature sensor that meets your requirements. Please feel free to contact us or request a non-binding offer directly.