|Temperature Range||0 to 1600 deg C|
|Accuracy||+/- 1.5 deg C or +/- 0.4%|
|Probe Material||Stainless Steel|
|Probe Termination||Lead Wire|
|Material Grade||INCONEL 600|
At its most basic, a thermocouple is two wires of dissimilar metals, joined at one end. Changes in the temperature at the “hot junction” (measuring end) induce a change in electromotive force (emf) at the “cold junction”, where it can be input into a controller or indicator. As the temperature increases, this output emf also rises, though not completely linearly. Thermocouples can measure temperatures over wide ranges, fairly inexpensively. They are very rugged, but they are somewhat less accurate vs. RTDs and thermistors.
We supply all types of Thermocouples like J, K, T, and E with various type of sheath material as per applications in SS304, SS316, SS310, SS446 , INCONEL 800 and INCONEL 600 Ceramic insulated wire-in-bead construction etc.
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