Circuit Design and Formula Calculating Method for Conventional Temperature Measurement Range of PT100 Platinum Resistance Sensor
Pt100 sensor preamplifier circuit
The Circuit Principle of PT100 Single Chip Microcomputer
PT100 calculation formula:
Thermal resistance is the most commonly used temperature detector in the low temperature zone. Its main features are high measurement accuracy and stable performance. The following is my own calculation formula in the microcontroller program:
A: The formula given in the relevant materials:
1. Temperature characteristics of platinum thermal resistance. In the range of 0~850 °C
In the range of -200~0 °C
The coefficients of A, B, and C in the formula are:
2. Temperature characteristics of copper thermal resistance: in the range of -50~150 °C
Second, the calculation formula I used in the program:
2. Temperature measurement technology (PT100):
When T 0
When T > 420
RT= Rt+ Rt2*2.15805393*10-6
When 0T 420
RT= Rt*[1+(R420-Rt)*3.301723797*10-7]+ Rt2*2.15805393*10-6
Correlation coefficient and description:
RT is a linear value corresponding to temperature, and the result is equivalent to the display temperature value.
Rt is the actually measured impedance value, and its value is the value that has been subtracted by 100 (the reference value of the bridge differential).
Corresponding hexadecimal value:
3.301723797*10-7 = B142h * 2^-37
2.15805393*10-6 = 90D3h * 2^-34
R420 = (25390-10000)*2.517082601*128 = 4BA8F3h(4958451.35736192)
The result here is a value that has been multiplied by 100 and should be processed first when displayed.
Three: temperature measurement technology (CU50):
RT and Rt are the impedance values at temperatures of T ° C and 0 ° C, respectively.
a is the temperature coefficient of the copper resistor. Generally, it is 4.25×10^-3/°C~4.28×10^-3/°C.