TECH LOWDOWN: Should I use an RTD or thermocouple to measure temperature?

Aug. 22, 2014
The two most common types of temperature sensors in industrial applications are resistance temperature devices (RTD) and thermocouples.

The two most common types of temperature sensors in industrial applications are resistance temperature devices (RTD) and thermocouples. Choosing correctly can be crucial to the success of your application. Are you looking for accuracy and repeatability? Or do you need to measure higher temperatures? Learn the differences between an RTD and a thermocouple in our latest FAQ article here

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