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Suitable duct mountable temperature sensor for TC-300 (Except RS- 03)

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Suitable duct mountable temperature sensor for TC-300 (Except RS- 03)

Is there any other duct mountable temperature sensor that can is compatible with TC- 300 (other than the RS-03)?

I have found that STD 500-150 is 10k NTC as RS-03 will it be possible for me to use it with the TC-300?

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Yi_HU
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Re: Suitable duct mountable temperature sensor for TC-300 (Except RS- 03)

RS-03 and STD500 are both using the NTC10K type3 sensing element, but the component - thermistors of these 2 references are different, it means there is some difference on the character .

Better to do some on-site testing before use it, because different characters(resistance  v temperature table) should impact the accuracy performance if connected to TC thermostat. 

 

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Yi_HU
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Re: Suitable duct mountable temperature sensor for TC-300 (Except RS- 03)

RS-03 and STD500 are both using the NTC10K type3 sensing element, but the component - thermistors of these 2 references are different, it means there is some difference on the character .

Better to do some on-site testing before use it, because different characters(resistance  v temperature table) should impact the accuracy performance if connected to TC thermostat. 

 

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