Mini K Thermocouple Surface Temperature Probe, 32° to 500° Temp. Range (F)

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Product Details

Surface Temperature Probe measures the temperature of flat or slightly convex surfaces such as plate and rollers. An exposed junction allows direct contact with the surface being measured. This probe can be used with any temperature measuring instrument that accepts type K thermocouples with a mini-connector input.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Surface Temperature Probe
  • Probe Type Surface Temperature Probe
  • Primary Measuring Element Thermocouple
  • Probe Temp. Measuring Element K Thermocouple
  • Temp. Range (F) 32 Degrees to 500 Degrees
  • Temp. Range (C) 0 Degrees to 260 Degrees
  • Probe Connection Type Mini
  • Probe Contact Material PTFE
  • Probe Wire Length 3 ft. 4"
  • Probe Length 3-45/64"
  • Accuracy +/-2.200 Degrees C (3.96 Degrees F)
  • Process Connection 1/4" NPT, Compression Fitting
  • Use Flat or Curved Surfaces Such As Plates and Rollers
  • Includes Instructions
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
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Mini K Thermocouple Surface Temperature Probe, 32° to 500° Temp. Range (F) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the standard we use. Excellent for our flat hot platen surface mapping when obtaining data points across our hot sealing surface for system calibration. Have not had a failure in the two we keep with our calibration meters over the past 6 years. We recommend it to our customers who maintain their own equipment and calibration.
Date published: 2014-08-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fast response time This product is fast and works well. The only issue is robustness, I have had several and they break very easily. I believe the weld is a weak point in the design. With that said I would buy another one because of how it works.
Date published: 2012-07-18
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