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Plugs & Jacks

Temperature ratings for plugs and jacks are for continuous use. The plugs and jacks come in standard and miniature sizes.

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Connection Heads

Connection heads provide a protected, clean area for mounting a terminal block or transmitter as part of the transition from temperature sensor assembly to lead wire.

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Transmitters

Temperature Transmitters General Overview

Analog (4 – 20 mA) transmitters provide a number of benefits for use in industrial sensing.The nature of current (versus voltage) loops is to maintain the proper current, even if there is significant electrical resistance in the line, up to its maximum voltage capability.For this reason, current-based control loops can be used over much greater distances (measured in miles versus feet).

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Extension Wire

Wire that is used in a thermocouple from the point of sensing to the point of cold junction compensation (cjc end) where the signal is measured. A thermocouple is a sensor for measuring temperature, that consists of two dissimilar metals that are joined together at the sensing end. Different thermocouple types (e.g. J, K, T, E, etc) use different mixtures of metals in the wire. At the cjc end, the millivolt value provided by the thermocouple represents the difference in temperature of the sensing end as compared to the cjc end (also called the reference end).

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Signal Conditioners

A signal conditioner is a device that converts one type of electronic signal into a another type of signal. Its primary use is to convert a signal that may be difficult to read by conventional instrumentation into a more easily read format. In performing this conversion a number of functions may take place.

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Fittings

Quality Stainless Steel temperature sensor fittings for any application. Thermometrics can create any custom design temperature sensor with any fitting of your choice.

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Resistance Wire

The electrical resistance of a circuit component or device is defined as the ratio of the voltage applied to the electric currenty which flows through it.

Nichrome, a non-magnetic alloy of nickel and chromium, is commonly used to make resistance wire because it has a high resistivity and resistance to oxidation at high temperatures. When used as a heating element, resistance wire is usually wound into coils.

Constantan is used where resistance is required to not change with temperature. Constantan is readily solderable, though soldered joints have limited temperature range.

Many elements and alloys have been used as resistance wire for special purposes. The table below lists the resistivity of some common materials, with copper included as a comparison.

Material? Resistance
(ohm-cmil/ft)?
Resistance
(ohm-cm)?
Aluminum 15.94 2.650 e-6
Brass 42.1 7.0 e-6
Carbon (amorphous) 3.8-4.1 e-6
Constantan 272.97 45.38 e-6
Copper 10.09 1.678 e-6
Iron 57.81 9.61 e-6
Manganin 290 48.21 e-6
Molybdenum 32.12 5.34 e-6
Nichrome 675 112.2 e-6
Nichrome V 650 108.1 e-6
Nickel 41.69 6.93 e-6
Platinum 63.16 10.5 e-6
Stainless steel (304) 541 90 e-6
Steel (0.5% carbon) 100 16.62 e-6
Tungsten 31.76 5.28 e-6
Zinc 35.49 5.90 e-6

 

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Terminal Blocks

A terminal block is an essential connector in just about any electrical device, providing electric power to a circuit.

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Plugs & Jacks

Temperature ratings for plugs and jacks are for continuous use. The plugs and jacks come in standard and miniature sizes.

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Connection Heads

Connection heads provide a protected, clean area for mounting a terminal block or transmitter as part of the transition from temperature sensor assembly to lead wire.

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Transmitters

Temperature Transmitters General Overview

Analog (4 – 20 mA) transmitters provide a number of benefits for use in industrial sensing.The nature of current (versus voltage) loops is to maintain the proper current, even if there is significant electrical resistance in the line, up to its maximum voltage capability.For this reason, current-based control loops can be used over much greater distances (measured in miles versus feet).

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Extension Wire

Wire that is used in a thermocouple from the point of sensing to the point of cold junction compensation (cjc end) where the signal is measured. A thermocouple is a sensor for measuring temperature, that consists of two dissimilar metals that are joined together at the sensing end. Different thermocouple types (e.g. J, K, T, E, etc) use different mixtures of metals in the wire. At the cjc end, the millivolt value provided by the thermocouple represents the difference in temperature of the sensing end as compared to the cjc end (also called the reference end).

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Signal Conditioners

A signal conditioner is a device that converts one type of electronic signal into a another type of signal. Its primary use is to convert a signal that may be difficult to read by conventional instrumentation into a more easily read format. In performing this conversion a number of functions may take place.

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Fittings

Quality Stainless Steel temperature sensor fittings for any application. Thermometrics can create any custom design temperature sensor with any fitting of your choice.

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Resistance Wire

The electrical resistance of a circuit component or device is defined as the ratio of the voltage applied to the electric currenty which flows through it.

Nichrome, a non-magnetic alloy of nickel and chromium, is commonly used to make resistance wire because it has a high resistivity and resistance to oxidation at high temperatures. When used as a heating element, resistance wire is usually wound into coils.

Constantan is used where resistance is required to not change with temperature. Constantan is readily solderable, though soldered joints have limited temperature range.

Many elements and alloys have been used as resistance wire for special purposes. The table below lists the resistivity of some common materials, with copper included as a comparison.

Material? Resistance
(ohm-cmil/ft)?
Resistance
(ohm-cm)?
Aluminum 15.94 2.650 e-6
Brass 42.1 7.0 e-6
Carbon (amorphous) 3.8-4.1 e-6
Constantan 272.97 45.38 e-6
Copper 10.09 1.678 e-6
Iron 57.81 9.61 e-6
Manganin 290 48.21 e-6
Molybdenum 32.12 5.34 e-6
Nichrome 675 112.2 e-6
Nichrome V 650 108.1 e-6
Nickel 41.69 6.93 e-6
Platinum 63.16 10.5 e-6
Stainless steel (304) 541 90 e-6
Steel (0.5% carbon) 100 16.62 e-6
Tungsten 31.76 5.28 e-6
Zinc 35.49 5.90 e-6

 

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Terminal Blocks

A terminal block is an essential connector in just about any electrical device, providing electric power to a circuit.

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Thermocouple Order Process

Here are just a few things we're looking for so we can manufacture the right temperature sensing solutions for you.

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    Type K

    Thermocouple

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    Type J

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    Thermocouple

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    100Ohm RTD

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    304 Stainless Steel

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    310 Stainless Steel

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    321 Stainless Steel

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    Iconel

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    Hasteloy

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