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.
Consists of two dissimilar metals, joined together at one end to form a hot junction
To measure temperature, such as temperature rise during process of curing concrete
-185°C to 300°C
Provide high level of accuracy as it can perform well in presence of moisture without oxidizing
As per length required at site
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