TB20230303R-001 Temperature Measurement Calibration Unit Teaching Equipment

TB20230303R-001 Temperature Measurement Calibration Unit Teaching Equipment

TB20230303R-001 Temperature Measurement Calibration Unit Teaching Equipment  for college, vocational training center, university. 

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TB20230303R-001 Temperature Measurement Calibration Unit Teaching Equipment

Table Top Unit for Learning fundamentals of temperature measurement by experimentation. The unit shall be capable of familiarizing the student of Various methods of temperature Measurements such as

A.Non-Electrical Methods: Gas and Liquid Filled Thermometers, Bimetallic Thermometers and Temperature measuring strips

B.Electric Methods: thermocouple, resistance Temperature Detector PT 100, Thermistor

C.Measuring RH of Air by A Psychrometer

D.Calibration of Electric Temperature sensor

The Equipment Shall Consists.

A.Liquid (-10-250 0C) Bimetallic and Gas Pressure Thermometer (0-200 0C )

B.Temperature Sensor: Thermocouple Type K (0-1000  0C)

C.Resistance Temperature Detector Pt 100(0-100 0C )

D.Thermistor NTC (20-55 0C )

E.Temperature Measuring Strips (29-290 0C)

F.Heat Sources: immersion Heater 300W , Heater With Thermostat at 450W And Max . Temperature -425 0C  ) Vacuum Flask 1L

G.Calibration Units : Precisions Resistors (10Ω. 100Ω, 1000Ω) and Digital Multimeter

H.Psychrometer for RH Measurement


Recording temperature is one of the basic tasks in metrology. Electric temperature sensors are the most widely used in automation applications but conventional thermometer types are still widely applied in many areas. The experimental setup covers the full range of temperature measurement methods. As well as non-electrical measuring methods, such as gas- and liquid-filled thermometers and bimetallic thermometers, all typical electric measuring methods are covered in the experiments. The electrically measured temperatures are displayed directly on programmable digital displays. A temperature-proportionate output voltage signal (0…10V) is accessible from lab jacks, enabling temperature characteristics to be recorded with, for example, a plotter. For measuring the relative air humidity a psychrometer with two thermometers is available, one of the thermometers measures the dry bulb. The wet bulb thermometer is covered in a wet cotton cloth and measures the evaporative cooling. The temperature difference allows the relative air humidity to be determined.

A digital multimeter with precision resistors is used to calibrate the electrical measuring devices. Various heat sources or storage units (immersion heater, vacuum flask and laboratory heater) permit relevant temperature ranges to be achieved for the sensors being tested. A tool case houses the sensors, cables, temperature measuring strips and immersion heater.


experiments in the fundamentals of temperature measurement with 7 typical measuring devices

various heat sources or storage units: laboratory heater, immersion heater, vacuum flask

calibration units: precision resistors and digital multimeter

liquid, bimetallic and gas pressure thermometers

temperature sensors: Pt100, thermocouple type K, thermistor (NTC)

various temperature measuring strips

psychrometer for humidity measurement

tool case for sensors, cables, measuring strips and immersion heater

Technical data

Immersion heater

power output: 300W

adjustment of power feed via power-regulated socket

Laboratory heater with thermostat

power output: 450W

max. temperature: 425°C

Vacuum flask: 1L

Measuring ranges

resistance temperature detector Pt100: 0…100°C

thermocouple type K: 0…1000°C

thermistor (NTC): 20…55°C

liquid thermometer: -10…250°C

bimetallic, gas pressure thermometer: 0…200°C

temperature measuring strips: 29…290°C

Precision resistors: 10 Ω, 100 Ω, 1000 Ω


2x temperature: 0…60°C

rel. humidity: 3…96%

230V, 50Hz, 1 phase

230V, 60Hz, 1 phase; 120V, 60Hz, 1 phase



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