Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc. Datasheets for Resistive Temperature Devices (RTD) Elements

Resistive temperature device (RTD) elements are wire windings or other thin-film serpentines that exhibit changes in resistance with changes in temperature. They are usually made of metallic elements or alloys such as copper, nickel, or nickel-iron.
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Product Name Notes
Cryogenic Temperature Sensor -- Cernox® Cernox® thin film resistance cryogenic temperature sensors offer significant advantages over comparable bulk or thick film resistance sensors. The smaller package size of these thin film sensors makes them...
Cryogenic Temperature Sensor -- Germanium Lake Shore germanium resistance temperature sensors are recognized as “Secondary Standard Thermometers” and have been employed in the measurement of temperature from 0.05 K to 30 K for nearly 40...
Cryogenic Temperature Sensor -- Platinum PT-100 platinum resistance thermometers (PRTs) are an excellent choice for use as cryogenic temperature sensing and control elements in the range from 30 K to 873 K (-243 °C to...