Thermocouples and Temperature Probe test leads consist of a plug end and a tip end used when measuring temperature. The characteristics are type, usage, tip-type, plug type, and probe temperature range. The types are E-type thermocouple, J-type thermocouple, K-type thermocouple, T-type thermocouple, temperature probe, and thermistor used for measuring air, gas, gel, HVAC, liquids, surface, or semi-solids.
Type: A general description of the item and function.
Usage: Indicates the type of medium the item is designed to measure.
Tip Type: describes how the tip is to interact with the measured medium and the form the tip has.
Plug Type: Describes the style of the plug used to connect a probe to a measurement instrument.
Probe Temperature Range: The nominal or maximum temperature the probe is rated to handle.
Cable Length: The measurement of the distance across the longest section of the cable…
Cable Insulation: Material from which the cable’s outer sheath is made.
Plug Color: The color of the item/device’s plug body.
Probe Length: The measurement of the distance across the longest section of the probe.
Probe Material: Describes what the insulation of the probe is made of/from.
|MFR PART #||TP 29|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||TP-29-ND|
|DESCRIPTION||39.000" (990.60mm) K-Type Thermocouple Air, Beaded -58 ~ 392°F (-50 ~ 200°C)|
|MFR PART #||COM1705|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||1778-COM1705-ND|
|DESCRIPTION||39.370" (1000.00mm) K-Type Thermocouple|
|MFR PART #||80BK-A|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||614-1261-ND|
|DESCRIPTION||39.370" (1000.00mm) K-Type Thermocouple Air, Beaded -40 ~ 500°F (-40 ~ 260°C)|