The measuring range of a measuring instrument or probe is the measurement parameter range within which the error of measurement remains inside defined limits. Errors of measurement are also denoted as “accuracy” in this context.
Probes for all measuring ranges
Our standard probes measure within a range established by us. For example, the NTC temperature probe 0613 1712 measures within a measuring range of -50 to +150 °C. Within this range, the error of measurement remains within the established limits of +- 0.2 °C (-25 to +80 °C) and +- 0.4 °C for the remainder of the range. Is the measuring range of our standard probes not within your required specifications? No problem – Testo SE & Co. KGaA can manufacture a customized probe for you with an expanded measuring range. This is usually done by using an alternative sensor.