A thermocouple is a device consisting of a pair of electrical conductors of different materials joined together at one point. This junction is conventionally called the hot junction or hot junction, and is the point in which is applied the temperature to be measured.
The other end, formed by the free ends of the two conductors, is conventionally called the cold junction. When there is a difference in temperature between the area of the hot junction and the cold junction, it can detect a difference in electrical potential between the free ends of the thermocouple at the cold junction. From this value of electric potential can be traced to the difference in temperature and therefore the temperature that is being measured. The measuring range of the temperature of this probe is from 20 to 400 degrees centigrade. This type of sensor is widely used in the industrial field or in laboratories to monitor the temperature of the equipment.
Temperature range: 20 ~ 400 °C
Cable length: 92 cm
Probe length: 12.5 mm
Connector: Type K