Bamo Temperature Probe with Pt 100 Ω Sensor TS 13

Bamo Temperature Probe is based on variation of resistance from metallic wires (resistors) against variations of temperature. Materials most often used are platinum and nickel. Platinum offers a large temperature range and a good linearity. His pureness and chemical inertia guarantee a high stability of sensor itself.

Relation between platinum resistance and temperature according Standard CEI 751 is as following formula (restricted):

Rt = Ro [ 1 + At + Bt2 + Ct3 (t – 100)]

  • Rt : Sensor resistance at temperature t
  • Ro : Sensor resistance at 0°C
  • t : Temperature in °C
  • A B C : coefficients according to previous calibration ( C = 0 for positive temperature in °C)

Industrial probes and boards are based on:

  • Ro = 100 Ohm at 0°C
  • R100 = 138.5 Ohm at 100°C

The TS13 probe is entirely designed with plastic materials. Made to your application for aggressive environments, the TS13 probe reduces maintenance costs while maintaining the measurement quality of traditional metal probes.

Bamo Temperature Probe Features

  • Plastic probe
  • Materials: PVC, PP, PVDF
  • Sensor: Pt 100 Ω at 0 °C
  • Range: from -20 °C up to 140 °C


Temperature measurements in aggressive fluids. Example: chemical industry, surface treatments, sewage/wasted water etc.

Bamo Temperature Probe Specification

Operating range: -10°C … +105°C
Material: PPH
Process connection: BSP 1/2”
Housing: NORYL
Stem: Ø 12 mm, Length 500 mm
Sensor: single, 3 wires technique
Class B
Electrical connections: Screw connectors

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