It can convert resistance values to temperature for 100-ohm platinum resistance thermometers, at best it will agree with IEC-60751 values to the order of 0.01C from -200 to 850C.
The default coefficients are those specified in IEC-60751 (2008). If you enter resistance / temperature data for a particular thermometer then probe specific coefficients can be calculated. The accuracy will vary for particular probes and the suitability of the user entered data.
After entering data you can store the information for subsequent visits to the page.
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure the validity of all calculated data. We accept no responsibility for any errors caused by inappropriate use, incorrect set up or any other cause; including defects in the software.
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Results with Default Coefficients
|Input, Ohms||Web Page Result, °C||Expected, °C|