The relationship between platinum resistance and temperature is well understood and depending on the purity of platinum used the temperature coefficient differs. There are RTDs with base resistance of or ohms available on the market, but they are less widespread. This means that for every degree change in temperature there is a resistance change of 0. So a ohm platinum RTD will increase in resistance by 0. The linear relationship of IEC standard Pt is shown in figure 1. RTDs can be manufactured to different tolerances.
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