Thermocouple sensor

Suitable for a wide range of use (high temperatures)

The thermocouple probe is characterized by a fast response time and is perfectly suited for high or very high temperature operation.

The temperature sensor is often delivered with a connection head (see photo opposite).

GENERAL DATA

  • Thermocouples T, J, E, K, N, R, S or B
  • Standard: IEC 584

THERMOCOUPLE SENSOR
Measuring scale From -200 ° C to + 1600 ° C
Protection tube   Stainless steel (or other depending on thermocouple type and temperature of use)
Diameter of the immersion Up to 8 mm
Useful length of the immersion Up to 1000 mm
Connection Standard single element 2 wires or duplex on request
IP protection rating Up to IP68
Electric approval ATEX explosion-proof or intrinsically safe on request
Accuracy Class 1 according to IEC 584 / NF EN 60584

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What is the advantage of a thermocouple over a resistance thermometer?

The choice of probe type depends on your application. The thermocouple has a faster response time than the resistance thermometer and is designed to measure high or very high temperatures up to 1600 ° C. See here our comparison chart.

What are the different types of thermocouples?

Thermocouple probe

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Temperature range

Cu - CuNi T -200°C to +350°C
Fe - CuNi J -40°C to +750°C
NiCr - CuNi E -200°C to +900°C
NiCr - NiAl K -200°C to +1200°C
NiCrSi - NiSi N -200°C to +1200°C
PtRh13% - Pt R 0°C to +1600°C
PtRh10% - Pt S 0°C to +1600°C
PtRh6% - PtRh30% B +100°C to +1600°C

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