The 5627A is manufactured using a coil suspension element design for increased shock and vibration resistance. It has a mineral-insulated sheath with a minimum bend radius of 19 mm (3/4-inch) for flexibility and durability. (Bend, if any, should be specified at time of order.)
One of the best features of this RTD sensor is that it conforms to the standard 385 curve, letting you use your DIN/IEC RTD meters fully. Why use a precision thermometer or RTD temperature probe that’s less accurate than your meter?
Six- and nine-inch 5627A precision thermometers are calibrated at –196 °C, –38 °C, 0 °C, 200 °C, and 300 °C. For 12-inch versions of these precision thermometers, the point at 300 °C is replaced by a calibration point at 420 °C.
Each probe is individually calibrated and includes a NVLAP-accredited report of calibration from the manufacturer, lab code 200706-0.
This RTD temperature probe is an excellent value for a precision thermometer. It has the price-to-accuracy and price-to-durability ratios you should demand in all of the precision thermometers you buy!