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Rosemount™ 78 RTD Temperature Sensor (Discontinued in NA & LA)
Northeast Controls is pleased to be the authorized Emerson representative to sell this product line for Municipal Water and Wastewater applications, and as part of an overall Integrated Solution for all applications and industries.
* Discontinued in North America and Latin America *

As an industry-standard Pt100-385 sensor, the Rosemount 78 RTD Temperature Sensor offers single or dual element configuration with Class A or B accuracy.
The wire-wound design is a great solution for applications that require high accuracy or high temperature. A variety of options for enclosures and connection heads are available, as well as calibration options, including Class A sensor calibration or Callendar-Van Dusen constants.
Rosemount™ 78 RTD Temperature Sensor (Discontinued in NA & LA)

Specs

Lead Wires
For single and dual-element, PTFE-insulated, nickel-coated, 22-gauge stranded copper wire; for single-element high-temperature, see full specs
Time Constant / Response
For single and dual-element, 4 seconds maximum required to reach 63.2% sensor response in water flowing at 3 ft/s (0.91 m/s)
For single-element high-temperature, see full specs
Stability
±0.05% maximum ice-point resistance shift following 1,000 hours at 400 °C (752 °F)
Insulation Resistance
500 x 10^6 ohms minimum insulation resistance when measured at 500 Vdc at room temperature (20 °C [68 °F])
Calibration Options
IEC 751 Class A accuracy; Calibration schedule or customer-specified calibration range, both with Callendar-van Dusen constants

Features

  • Wire-wound design for applications subjected to high temperatures or requiring high accuracy or dual elements
  • Covers temperatures from –328 to 1112°F (–200 to 600°C) for application durability
  • Offers a range of enclosure and connection head options to meet diverse application requirements
  • Available in capsule, general purpose, spring-loaded and bayonet spring-loaded design for adaptability
  • Optional Class A accuracy for critical temperature measurement points
  • Callendar-Van Dusen constants allow user to match the sensor to the transmitter for notable performance improvement
  • Thermowell available in a variety of materials and process connections for protection from corrosive environments
  • Global hazardous location approvals meet local requirements