Thermocouple measurement consists of a thermocouple wire with two dissimilar conductors (Copper-Constantan) joined at one end to form a hot junction. This end is sealed against corrosion and placed at the required locations of temperature measurement. The other end of the thermocouple wire is connected to a suitable thermocouple connector to form a cold junction.
The thermocouple readout displays a direct reading of the temperature at the installed location and automatically compensates for the temperature at the cold junction.
|Wire Insulation||PFA TeflonC|
|Hot junction Temperature||Up to 260°C (Max)|
|Cold Junction Temperature||Ambient|
|Connector Type Miniature||Glass filled Nylon|
|Service temperature||-20° to 100°C|
|Display||Two 4 ½ digit + one 6 digit|
|Range||-200° to 400°C|