. A thermocouple is a sensor that measures temperature.
. A thermocouple probe consists of thermocouple wire housed inside a metallic tube. The wall of probe tube is stainless steel
. It is an electrical device consisting of two different type of metals.
. When a thermocouple is grounded, both thermocouple wire and sheath are welded together to form one junction at the probe tip
. When the junction of two metals is heated or cooled, a voltage is created that can be correlated back to the temperature.
. Thermocouple calibration: type K, J & PT100
|Calibration||Type K, J & PT100|
|Accurancy||Class 1 or Class 2|
|Lead wire||Conductor||2*7/0.20mm, 2*1/0.5mm|
|shield||Stainless steel overbraided|
|color||2 red, 1 white|
|Lead wire length||1m to 10m|
|Probe tube outer diameter||4.8mm 6.0mm, 6.4mm, 8.0mm|
|Probe tube length||50-150mm|
|Material of probe tube||stainless steel|
|Type||Probe tube thermocouple|