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The SET-1215 helps you simulate resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) for aerospace, automotive, hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) applications, and more. It features a simulation range from 90 Ω to 410 Ω and 900 Ω to 4100 Ω with an accuracy up to 1°C. Plus, the SET-1215 contains 16 galvanic isolated channels that you can connect in 2-terminal sensing and 4-terminal sensing configurations, and each channel can simulate common short-circuit and open-circuit conditions. Additionally, the SET-1215 RTD includes a high current fault injection bus.
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