Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 30 16:52:41 EST 2005 | chunks
Someone sells the T-couples that are in a rigid tube and the base attaches to the edge of the bord. They have an adjustment nut on em you can adjust to spring load the T-couple on the are you need. They do produce a wavey profile from the part expa
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 18 10:05:54 EST 2005 | cyber_wolf
Does anyone know of any studies that have been done on different types of thermo couple attachment? In particular I am interested in the temperature differences that are seen with the different methods of attachment.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 15:57:58 EST 2005 | darby
Doesn't everyone get it from their regular paste supplier?
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 18 11:26:02 EST 2005 | KEN
KIC Thermal Its on the web site (just root around) There is an excellent white paper on comparisons of the major attachment methods. Solder, kapton, epoxy etc. Cameron S. is the author.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 10:43:07 EST 2005 | py (france)
two ways to attach a thermocouple first with hig temperature alloy (for example Sn Pb90) it's not very easy to inclose the thermocouple in the solder because the wetability of the thermocouple is awfull. the second one: attach the wire of the thermoc
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 14:46:54 EST 2005 | bman
Where are people getting their high temp solder? I've found it before, but the price and minimum quantities were ridiculous.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 17:16:05 EST 2005 | davef
Try Radio Shack We have no significant financial interest/arrangement or affiliation with any organization/institution whose products or services are being discussed in this thread.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 20:29:57 EST 2005 | KEN
Let's examine some scenarios: What if... ...No solder sample available and you must profile a "live" board (rules out epoxy). ...Lead free build (rules out lead bearing alloys)
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 30 16:28:12 EST 2005 | Guest
Aluminium tape adheres quite well and is not intrusive. I believe it's mentioned in KIC's articles as a good alternative to high-temp solder.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 02:51:23 EST 2005 | amstech
I have done few thermocouples using high lead solder, silver epoxy that is used for die attach purposes and some X - non conductive material. Though all materials show a slight variation in temperatures (3 to 5 degree C), the dwell time at peak is qu