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Omega PRS SERIES Owner Manual
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CABLE BUSHING STYLE
PRS SERIES
Sanitary RTD Sensors
M-4913-C Instruction Manual for Cable Bushing Style Sanitary RTD
Sensors
The PRS series sensors are manufactured
with 316L stainless steel wetted surfaces that
have surface finishes of 32 microinch or better.
Care should be exercised when handling the
sensors so that the surface finish is not
damaged during handling or installation.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Omega PRS series sensors are designed
for use in Sanitary Clean-In-Place (CIP)
systems. They are supplied standard with 11/2" 16AMP Style flanges so they can be
assembled to like style piping connections.
Other connection sizes and styles are
available.
These sensors are supplied with 100 ohm
Platinum RTD (Resistance Temperature
Detectors) elements that meet the resistance
vs. temperature characteristics and Class A
requirements of IEC-60751. Equations for
calculating resistance vs. temperature,
temperature vs. resistance and Class A
tolerances are included below. See the back
side of this Instruction Manual for a
Resistance vs. Temperature table.
WIRING CONFIGURATION:
The Omega PRS Style sensors are supplied
with 4-wire connections as shown in the
schematic diagram below. For 4-wire PT100
RTD connections, simply connect to the two
red and two white wires (note: RTD sensors
have no polarity) to the instrument. For 3Wire connections, simply connect two red
and one white wire to the instrument and
disable the extra white
wire by cutting it off
or simply taping it
over so it will not short
to another surface.
(Note: Do not twist
the 2 white wires
together for the third
connection since this will adversely affect
your accuracy by reducing the wire
resistance by half). If a 2-Wire connection
is required, simply connect one red and one
white wire to the instrument and disable the
other two wires.
OPERATING CURRENT:
To insure self heating effects do not occur,
the Omega PRS series sensors should be
powered with no more than 1 milliamp of
excitation current. Although capable of
operating at higher current levels, self heating
effects may occur.
PROCESS CONNECTION:
This sensor includes a mounting flange that
connects to a similar flange located at the
process connection point. A commercially
available gasket is used between the sensor
flange and the process flange, with a clamp
used to compress the two together.
SPECIFICATIONS:
RTD Type: Platinum per IEC-60751.
Accuracy: Class A per IEC-60751.
Temperature Range: -50 to 250°C.
Excitation Current: 1 milliamp max.
Response Time: 2.5 Seconds max (63%).
Wetted Surfaces: 316L Stainless Steel with
32 microinches or better surface finish.
M-4913-C Instruction Manual for Cable Bushing Style Sanitary RTD
Sensors
Resistance Vs. Temperature Table: (Resistance Values Stated in Ohms)
Temperature °C
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
210
220
230
240
250
260
0
80.32
84.28
88.22
92.16
96.09
100.00
100.00
103.90
107.79
111.67
115.54
119.40
123.24
127.08
130.90
134.71
138.51
142.29
146.07
149.83
153.58
157.33
161.05
164.77
168.48
172.17
175.86
179.53
183.19
186.84
190.47
194.10
197.71
1
79.92
83.88
87.83
91.77
95.69
99.61
100.39
104.29
108.18
112.06
115.93
119.78
123.63
127.46
131.28
135.09
138.88
142.67
146.44
150.21
153.96
157.70
161.43
165.14
168.85
172.54
176.22
179.89
183.55
187.20
190.84
194.46
198.07
2
79.52
83.48
87.44
91.37
95.30
99.22
100.78
104.68
108.57
112.45
116.31
120.17
124.01
127.84
131.66
135.47
139.26
143.05
146.82
150.58
154.33
158.07
161.80
165.51
169.22
172.91
176.59
180.26
183.92
187.56
191.20
194.82
198.43
3
79.13
83.09
87.04
90.98
94.91
98.83
101.17
105.07
108.96
112.83
116.70
120.55
124.39
128.22
132.04
135.85
139.64
143.43
147.20
150.96
154.71
158.45
162.17
165.89
169.59
173.28
176.96
180.63
184.28
187.93
191.56
195.18
198.79
For Determining Resistance from
Temperature (0°C and above):
Rt = R0(1 + At + Bt2)
where:
Rt = Sensor Resistance at Temperature (°C)
R0 = Sensor resistance at 0°C
= (100 Ohms Nominal)
A = 3.9083 x 10-3 °C-1
B = -5.775 x 10-7 °C-2
4
78.73
82.69
86.65
90.59
94.52
98.44
101.56
105.46
109.35
113.22
117.08
120.94
124.78
128.61
132.42
136.23
140.02
143.80
147.57
151.33
155.08
158.82
162.54
166.26
169.96
173.65
177.33
180.99
184.65
188.29
191.92
195.55
199.15
5
78.33
82.30
86.25
90.19
94.13
98.04
101.95
105.85
109.73
113.61
117.47
121.32
125.16
128.99
132.80
136.61
140.40
144.18
147.95
151.71
155.46
159.19
162.91
166.63
170.33
174.02
177.69
181.36
185.01
188.66
192.29
195.91
199.51
6
77.93
81.90
85.86
89.80
93.73
97.65
102.34
106.24
110.12
114.00
117.86
121.71
125.54
129.37
133.18
136.99
140.78
144.56
148.33
152.08
155.83
159.56
163.29
167.00
170.70
174.38
178.06
181.72
185.38
189.02
192.65
196.27
199.87
7
77.54
81.50
85.46
89.41
93.34
97.26
102.73
106.63
110.51
114.38
118.24
122.09
125.93
129.75
133.57
137.37
141.16
144.94
148.70
152.46
156.20
159.94
163.66
167.37
171.07
174.75
178.43
182.09
185.74
189.38
193.01
196.63
200.23
8
77.14
81.11
85.07
89.01
92.95
96.87
103.12
107.02
110.90
114.77
118.63
122.47
126.31
130.13
133.95
137.75
141.54
145.31
149.08
152.83
156.58
160.31
164.03
167.74
171.43
175.12
178.79
182.46
186.11
189.75
193.37
196.99
200.59
9
76.74
80.71
84.67
88.62
92.55
96.48
103.51
107.40
111.29
115.15
119.01
122.86
126.69
130.52
134.33
138.13
141.91
145.69
149.46
153.21
156.95
160.68
164.40
168.11
171.80
175.49
179.16
182.82
186.47
190.11
193.74
197.35
200.95
For Determining Temperature From
Resistance (0°C and above):
t = [sqrt(A2-4B(1-Rt/R0))-A]/2B = °C
where:
t = Temperature at Sensor Resistance Rt
A, B, R0 and Rt per above
Class A Tolerance = ± (0.15 + 0.002t) = °C
With t = temperature in °C regardless to sign
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