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thermocouple wire

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 14:40:47 EDT 2006 | amol_kane

you can use a thermocouple welder to fuse the wires back. as a matter of fact we use the welder to create thermocouple junctions. this is way less expensive that buying already formed thermocouple junctions.

thermocouple wire

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 16:01:19 EDT 2006 | davef

Not to argue, but you can use a spot welder to fuse thermocouple wires, also.

thermocouple wire

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 17:44:36 EDT 2006 | fordf1502004

when I order a thermocouple wire for doing oven profiles, it comes in a standard length of 36 inches, will there be any effects if I were to cut the wire down to 9 inches? Will cutting change the readings?

thermocouple wire

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 00:06:34 EDT 2006 | reypal

based on experience, no significant change.

thermocouple wire

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 11:21:43 EDT 2006 | cyber_wolf

How do you plan on fusing the wires back together ?

thermocouple wire

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 13:12:13 EDT 2006 | russ

Cut the loose ends and not the couple? Russ

thermocouple wire

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 14:17:35 EDT 2006 | cyber_wolf

The ones we use are sealed on the plug end.

thermocouple wire

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 24 09:38:28 EDT 2006 | nodlac

Addressing the issue "Will cutting change the readings?" Very Very Doubtful. Here is a link to a helpful guide. http://www.omega.com/techref/ Enjoy, cal

adhesive for thermocouple

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 30 18:52:22 EDT 2004 | RicardoF

what about 4 cm of kapton tape on each Thermocouple?

NADCAP and thermocouple calibration

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 07 16:55:03 EDT 2013 | hegemon

And to my knowledge, there is no calibration of Thermocouples. They can only be checked for their continuity and resistive value. The question would appear to be invalid.

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