Thermocouples for temperature measurement up to 1,700 °C (3,092 °F)

Thermocouples generate a voltage directly dependent on temperature. They are particularly suited for high temperatures up to 1,700 °C (3,092 °F). Instrument designs from mineral-insulated sheathed cable are very resistant against extremely high vibration loads (depending on instrument model, sensor element and wetted materials). For thermocouples, the accuracy classes standard and special limits (ASTM E230) or classes 1 and 2 (IEC 60581) are available.

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FAQ

What is thermal voltage (or the Seebeck effect)?

The effect, named after Thomas Johann Seebeck, describes the electrical voltage that occurs when two different conductors are connected.  The voltage produced varies with temperature which is the basis of thermocouples.

What is the permissible minimum bending radius for an MI cable?

VDI/VDE 3511 Sheet 2 recommends a radius of curvature R of ≥ 5 x D (D=external diameter of the MI cable), some manufacturers of MI cable even give ≥ 3 x D as the minimum bending radius.

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