What temperature accuracy and resolution can we expect in our current EChem Lab electrode portfolio?

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Document ID TE11326

Published Date

Published Date 12/20/2021
Question
What temperature accuracy and resolution can we expect in our current EChem Lab electrode portfolio?
Summary
0.1°C  accuracy is not available in our current EChem Lab electrode portfolio, however a 0.1°C resolution is.

 
Answer
Temperature reading °C on AT1000 is reported with a resolution of 0.1°C for an accuracy of ±0.3°C.
Temperature resolution depends on instrument display ability, in AT1000 case 0.1°C, temperature accuracy depends on the temperature sensor type used in the probe, in the case of IntelliCAL (and T201) a thermistor, and for a thermistor the temperature accuracy is reported at better or equivalent to ±0.3°C.
Whether you’re using an IntelliCAL or a legacy adapter, considering a thermistor is almost always used in all of our sensors you will end up with the same specifications.
Other available temperature sensor are PT1000, used in sensION+ sensors and for which accuracy is reported as equivalent or better than ±0.2°C.
0.1°C accuracy is thus not available in our current EChem Lab electrode portfolio, however a 0.1°C resolution is.
Having said that, a ±1°C resolution/accuracy is by far sufficient for running a pH/Total Acidity application with an optimum accuracy.
 

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