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Surface Thermocouple K Type High Temperature Resistance Probe (1 Meter)

Surface Thermocouple K Type High Temperature Resistance Probe (1 Meter)

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  • This is a TP-01 Model K Type Surface Thermocouple with Probe
  • The surface thermocouple is designed with k type connector with an insulated wire. 
  • It can be used with k type digital thermometer to measure the temperature with 0 to 600 °C Range of air and gas.
  • It has 0 to 600 °C Temperature measuring range.

Surface Thermocouple K Type High Temperature Resistance Probe (1 Meter)

This is a great thermocouple wire with a K-Type sensor model TF-1. The sensor is at the tip of long wire probe, which has a durable fiber glass insulation.  It has a miniature type connector that will work with digital K-type thermometers. The surface thermocouple is designed with k type connector with an insulated wire. It can be used with k type digital thermometer to measure the temperature with 0 to 600 °C Range of air and gas.

This probe can be used to measure air or gas temperatures, it can be attached to pipes or embeded into objects you want to measure.

Also check the K-type Temperature Thermocouple (1 Meter) It has an operating voltage of 3 to 5.5 DC and is mainly used for temperature measurement. The thermocouple has a detection range from 0 degrees Celsius to 400 degrees Celsius.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Surface thermocouple K type high-temperature resistance Probe

Specifications:

Temperature range 0 to 600 °C
Color Yellow
Connector Type K Type
Cable length 1M
Interface Type flat plug-in
Interface Length 12.5MM
Weight(g) 8

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1.What is a K type temperature sensor?

  • A K-type temperature sensor is a type of thermocouple that is used to measure temperature. A thermocouple is a device that consists of two conductors of different types of metal that are joined at one end. When the junction of the two conductors is heated, a small voltage is produced that is proportional to the temperature at the junction. This voltage can be measured and used to determine the temperature of the junction.
  • K-type temperature sensors are commonly used to measure temperatures in a wide range of applications, including industrial, automotive, and scientific settings. They are often used to measure temperatures in high-temperature environments, such as in furnaces or ovens, as they are able to withstand temperatures up to 1200°C (2192°F). K-type temperature sensors are also widely available and relatively inexpensive, which makes them a popular choice for many applications.

2.What are the 3 different types of probes for thermocouples?

  • There are many different types of probes that can be used with thermocouples, and the specific type of probe that is best suited for a particular application will depend on the specific requirements of that application. Here are three common types of probes that are used with thermocouples:
    • Point probes: Point probes are small, thin probes with a sharp tip that are designed to be inserted into a specific point in a system or object to measure the temperature at that point. Point probes are often used in applications where it is necessary to measure the temperature of a small or inaccessible area, or where the temperature of a specific point is of particular interest.
    • Surface probes: Surface probes are probes that are designed to be placed on the surface of an object to measure the temperature of that surface. Surface probes typically consist of a flat or slightly curved surface with one or more thermocouples embedded in it. They are often used to measure the temperature of large, flat surfaces, such as the surface of a machine or the top of a heated element.
    • Immersion probes: Immersion probes are probes that are designed to be inserted into a fluid or other substance to measure the temperature of that substance. Immersion probes typically consist of a long, narrow tube with a thermocouple at the end, and are often used to measure the temperature of liquids or gases.

3.What is Type K thermocouple used for?

  • A type K thermocouple is a temperature sensing device that consists of two wires made of different types of metal that are joined together at one end. Type K thermocouples are widely used in a variety of applications because they are relatively inexpensive, easy to use, and can withstand high temperatures. Some common uses for type K thermocouples include:
    • Industrial and process control: Type K thermocouples are often used in industrial and process control applications to measure the temperature of gases, liquids, and solids.
    • HVAC: Type K thermocouples are commonly used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to measure the temperature of air and other gases.
    • Food processing: Type K thermocouples are often used in food processing applications to measure the temperature of cooking oils, ovens, and other equipment.
    • Laboratory testing: Type K thermocouples are often used in laboratory testing and research to measure the temperature of chemical reactions, biological samples, and other materials.
    • Medical devices: Type K thermocouples are sometimes used in medical devices, such as fever thermometers, to measure body temperature.

4.What are the 4 types of thermocouple probes?

  • There are four main types of thermocouple probes: type J, type K, type N, and type T. Each type is made of a specific combination of metal wires, and each has its own unique characteristics and applications.
    • Type J: Type J thermocouple probes are made of iron and constantan and are suitable for use in a wide range of temperatures, from -210°C to 1200°C. They are commonly used in industrial and process control applications, as well as in laboratory testing and research.
    • Type K: Type K thermocouple probes are made of chromel and alumel and are suitable for use in a wide range of temperatures, from -270°C to 1372°C. They are widely used in industrial and process control applications, as well as in HVAC systems and food processing.
    • Type N: Type N thermocouple probes are made of nicrosil and nisil and are suitable for use in a wide range of temperatures, from -270°C to 1300°C. They are often used in high-temperature and high-pressure applications, such as in the aerospace and petrochemical industries.
    • Type T: Type T thermocouple probes are made of copper and constantan and are suitable for use in a wide range of temperatures, from -250°C to 400°C. They are commonly used in laboratory testing and research, as well as in medical and pharmaceutical applications.