WRR-131 WRR-132 WRR-133 WRR-140 WRR-141 B thermocouples
WRR-131 WRR-132 WRR-133 WRR-140 WRR-141 B thermocouples, thermal sensitivity drift: The change in sensitivity caused when the sensor's operating temperature deviates from the calibration temperature. It is generally expressed as the relative change rate of sensitivity for each degree of change.
Working pressure: The pressure range in which the sensor can work normally under the conditions of meeting various performance indicators.
Working temperature: The temperature range of the measured medium where the sensor can work normally.
Working density: The density of the measured medium that the sensor can work normally under the conditions that meet the accuracy requirements.
Working viscosity: The viscosity range of the measured medium under which the sensor can work normally under the conditions that meet various performance indicators.
Range ratio: For a certain medium, the sensor can meet the ratio of the upper measurement limit to the lower measurement limit of the performance index.
Minimum flow rate: The minimum flow rate at which the sensor can work normally or meet the measurement accuracy requirements.
Pressure loss: The difference between the pressure at the inlet and the outlet of the sensor when working under specified conditions.
Density error: The error caused by the difference between the density of the measured medium and the density of the medium during calibration when the sensor is in use.
Medium error: The error caused by the sensor being used, the measured medium being different from the measured medium during calibration.
Pulsating error: The error caused by the sensor's inability to respond due to rapid flow changes during use.