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Measure -40 to 400°C with this stainless steel K-type thermocouple probe. Since the end of the thermocouple is enclosed, it is ideal for measuring liquids. The thermocouple junction is ungrounded, meaning it is isolated from the outer sheath and more resistant to environmental noise.
Note: Beyond the 20cm tip, this thermocouple is not waterproof.
For more information on thermocouples, visit the Thermocouple Primer.
This thermocouple connects to a thermocouple interface. See the Connection & Compatibility tab for details.
This K-type thermocouple can be read by connecting it to any of the thermocouple interfaces in the list below.
Note: On the 1051 or TMP1100, connect the black thermocouple wire to the (-) terminal block and the red wire to the (+) terminal block.
On the 1048 or TMP1101, connect the black wire to G and the red wire to input terminal block (numbered 0 to 3).
Thermocouples cannot easily be soldered, since adding an additional metal junction will throw off the readings. The following products will help connect or extend thermocouple wires.
This probe thermocouple can be quickly and easily mounted into the side of a panel or enclosure using a mounting nut. The end is threaded so it can be fastened in place with a nut and washer.
|Probe Type||Immersion (Ungrounded)|
|Ambient Temperature Min||-40 °C|
|Ambient Temperature Max||400 °C|
|Ambient Temperature Min (Momentary)||-40 °C|
|Ambient Temperature Max (Momentary)||1000 °C|
|Ambient Temperature Error Max||3.3 °C|
|Cable Length||1 m|
|Probe Diameter||3.2 mm|
|Cable Diameter||3 mm|
|Probe Material||Stainless Steel|
|Canadian HS Export Code||9025.19.00|
|American HTS Import Code||9025.19.80.85|
|Country of Origin||CN (China)|
|Image||Part Number||Price||Thermocouple Type||Ambient Temperature Min||Ambient Temperature Max||Ambient Temperature Error Max|
|TMP4103_0||$5.00||K||-40 °C||200 °C||± 0.75 °C|
|TMP4104_0||$10.00||K||-40 °C||400 °C||± 0.75 °C|
|TMP4106_0||$16.00||K||-40 °C||400 °C||3.3 °C|
|TMP4107_0||$16.00||K||-40 °C||400 °C||3.3 °C|