Multipoint Thermocouple Probes with 3, 6, & 10 Sensing Points. Lengths 45 cm and 90 cm, Diameter 4,8 mm. Stranded Individual Leads, 24 AWG, 1 m Long. 316SS Sheaths. J, K, T, and E Calibrations. Individual Thermocouple Terminations Labeled for Easy Identification. Maximum temperature depending on probe diameter. More
Profile probes consist of several smaller diameter thermocouples placed inside a single outer sheath. They are best suited for profiling the temperature at various points along a single axis. They can be used in many different applications: furnaces, reactors, heat exchangers, air ducts, and more. Mounting these multipoint probes with compression fittings permit easy adjustment of insertion position.
OMEGA now stocks several different versions of Multipoint Thermocouple Probes probes for off-the-shelf delivery. Stocked probes come in a variety of lengths, calibrations, and sensing point configurations.
Multipoint Profile Probes designed to your exact needs are, of course, also available. Pick your own spacing between temperature points, number of sensing points, diameter, sheath material, thermocouple calibration and termination style.
Smaller diameter Profile Probes mean faster response times. The minimum diameter of profile probe is dependent upon maximum temperature you want monitor and number of sensing points desired. Sketch your probe on the downloadable PDF spec sheet under "Download" section and fax or email it to us.
Complete informations can be found in the spec sheet (PDF), see the "Download" section.
A thermocouple is a sensor for measuring temperature. This sensor consists of two dissimilar metal wires, joined at one end, and connected to a thermocouple thermometer or other thermocouple-capable device at the other end. When properly configured, thermocouples can provide temperature measurements over wide range of temperatures.
Thermocouples are known for their versatility as temperature sensors therefore commonly used on a wide range of applications...
Temperature can be measured via a diverse array of sensors. All of them infer temperature by sensing some change in a physical characteristic. Six types with which the engineer is likely to come into contact are: thermocouples, resistive temperature devices (RTDs and thermistors), infrared radiators, bimetallic devices, liquid expansion devices, and change-of-state devices.
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Thermocouples are the most widely used temperature sensors on the planet due to their combination of wide temperature capabilities, ruggedness, and low cost. Thermocouples are used in applications that range from home appliances to industrial processes, to electric power generation, to furnace monitoring and control, to food and beverage processing, to automotive sensors, to aircraft engines, to rockets, satellites and spacecraft.
When it comes to high temperatures, small size, fast response, high vibration or shock, most times you will find thermocouples providing the temperature measurements.
OMEGA is an industrial sensor and measurement solutions provider with over 50 years of experience. With the ability to provide a complete range of instruments and engineering services it would be difficult to find a better partner for the automotive industry.
OMEGA has a track record of providing state-of-the-art sensors and measurement instrumentation for the automotive industry. With our vast experience and knowledge in industrial applications and development of high quality measuring instruments, sensors and complete solutions...
Temperature measurement is possible through several means. We commonly use thermometers for measuring temperature. However, for precision measurements, where even a small spike in temperature requires to be recorded, we use advanced forms of measurement devices like thermocouples. Thermocouples are measurement devices that can read very slight temperature changes. Hence, they are widely used in applications where accuracy is of utmost importance.
However, like any measurement device, the efficiency of thermocouples will deteriorate overtime under constant use. At this point, the thermocouple needs recalibration.
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