Pentronic temperature sensors go ‘hand in hand’ with PR temperature transmitters in equipment all over the world

 
Pentronic values PR poducts’ ability to solve their customers’ problems and the quality and ease of use of PR devices...

Pentronics is a leading temperature sensor manufacturer located in Gunnebo in Sweden. The company develops, manufactures and sells thermocouples and Pt100 resistance thermometers (RTDs), cables and connectors, and also processes connections and market IR-radiation pyrometers, transmitters as well as instrumentation like indicators, controllers, loggers and temperature calibration equipment. Pentronic’s temperature sensors are found in equipment all over the world.

 

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Pentronic and PR electronics have been working together for more than twenty years. Pentronic values PR poducts’ ability to solve their customers’ problems and the quality and ease of use of PR devices. Per Bäckström, Sales Engineer at Pentronic, explains:

 

Exceptional EMC performance

“The biggest advantage of our partnership is that we can trust PR. The products are highly reliable and able to solve the problem for the customer. Let me give an example… in one of our projects we had issues relating to a noisy environment. The electrical noise affected the accuracy of the temperature measurement. We then decided to use a PR transmitter and that solved the problem”.

 

Easy to configure

Per Bäckström is not only satisfied with the performance of PR’s products – he also likes the flexibility and usability of the transmitters:

 

“One of our customers was introduced to one of PR’s temperature indicators. He was a bit surprised when he discovered that he didn’t have to use the manual to make configurations”, Per Bäckström adds.

 

How PR electronics delivers Perfomance Made Smarter to Pentronic:

Per Bäckström talks about Pentronics’ partnership with PR electronics – see the video:

 

 

 

Thank you

We sincerely thank Per Bäckström at Pentronic for participating in this article and video.