Posted by Admin on April, 24, 2015
Thermocouple Cables are an integral component for the manufacture of thermocouples, which is a sensor used for measuring temperature. It comprises of two dissimilar metals that are joined together by welding at the sensing end. There are different types of thermocouple available in market like J, K, T, E, etc and each type requires different mixture of metals in the Thermocouple Cables. In order to maintain the accuracy of the measurement system, the cable extended from the thermocouple sensor to the measurement device should be made of the same alloys as the thermocouple. Read on to find more about Thermocouple Cables.
What are Thermocouple Compensating Cables?
These Cables are fabricated for the transmission of the thermoelectric voltage from the thermocouple to the cold junction. The safe and reliable transmission of thermoelectric voltage is very essential and thus the cables are insulated by different materials. There are numerous applications of the thermocouples like liquid gas systems where safe transmission of the thermoelectric voltage is very crucial and thus the cables are protected using braiding, foils, armoring, etc.
Different types of Thermocouple Compensating Cables
Widely used for interconnection between thermocouples, different types of Thermocouple Compensating Cables are available in the market:
These types of cables are twisted together in pairs and insulated with PVC. The entire cable is sheathed with PVC.
The cable is also twisted together in pairs with PVC insulation. In addition to the overall PVC sheathing, the cables have galvanized steel armor and PVC bedding.
The cable is similar to armored type but comes with some additional features like lead alloy sheathing. It is also twisted in pairs with PVC insulation, galvanized steel armor, PVC bedding, and overall PVC sheathing.
All thanks to the technological advancements, Thermocouple Compensating Cables come with numerous enhanced features.
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