The Beamex SIRT is a very short temperature sensor, that is optimal for calibrating short or sanitary sensors with MC6-T150.
Short sanitary temperature sensors, especially ones with a flange, are a challenge to calibrate. You need a suitable temperature source and also a reference sensor that is short enough, so it can be immersed in the same depth as the sanitary sensor to be calibrated. The Beamex SIRT-155 is designed for that purpose.
SIRT-155 is a standard IEC60751 Class A Pt100 sensor and can be used accurately without coefficients. Accuracy up to 0.02 °C can be achieved with the correction coefficients provided in the calibration certificate.
The temperature range of SIRT-155 is -30 to 155°C (-22 to 311 °F), sensor type is thin film Pt100 4-wire in stainless steel casing. The sensor diameter is 3 mm and length 30 mm (plus 10 mm bending protection), and it has a 1.5 m thin, flexible teflon cable with 6-pin Lemo connector, compatible with MC6 family R2.
SIRT-155 is calibrated in calibration points -30, -15, 0, 50, 100 ja 155 °C. Accredited calibration certificate, including sensor-specific ITS-90 and CvD correction coefficients, is always included as standard.
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