A thermocouple is a sensor for measuring temperature. It comprises of two disparate metals, joined
together toward one side, which deliver a little interesting voltage at a given temperature. This voltage
is measured and deciphered by thermocouple thermometers.
Thermocouples are accessible in distinctive blends of metals or adjustments. The three most regular
alignments are J, K and PT100. Every adjustment has an alternate temperature fluctuates with the distance
across of wire utilized as a part of the thermocouple.
At the point when requesting for the two thermocouples, please define:
Sort (J, K or PT100)
Tip distance across & length.