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Supplier: Leading Edge Metals and Alloys, Inc.
Description: Used with Alumel® in type K thermocouples and with Constantan in type E thermocouples, Chromel®2 is made of nickel and chromium.
- Thermocouple Type: E, K
Supplier: Fort Wayne Metals, Inc.
Description: The bulk of round wire produced at Fort Wayne Metals is drawn to diameters from 0.394" to 0.0005". However, maximum and minimum sizes may vary depending on alloy type and desired mechanical properties. We produce most round wire to tolerances of ±2.5%. However, tighter tolerances can be
- Types: Nickel Alloy
- Shape / Form: Semi-finished Shape / Mill Stock, Wire / Shaped Wire
- Coil Stock: Yes
- Processing & Finish: Annealed, Hardened / Heat Treated
Supplier: Small Parts, Inc.
Description: Nickel-Chromium (Chromel A (80-20) is one of standard alloys for electrical resistance wire for heaters and electrical appliances. Various trade names and compositions exist for these alloys. The composition is 78.4 percent Nickel, 20 percent Chromium, 1 percent Silicon and 0.05 percent Iron
- Shape / Form: Wire / Shaped Wire
- Ferrous / Iron Based: Ferrous / Iron Based - Any Type, Alloy Steel (UNS G)
- Nonferrous Metals: Non-ferrous - Any Type, Nickel / Nickel Alloy (UNS N)
- Metal / Alloy Types: Alloy Steel (UNS G)
Supplier: Thermocouple Technology, Inc.
Description: Field cuttable, chromel
- Sensor Type: Temperature Probe
- Thermocouple Type: K (-270°C - 1372°C)
- Configuration: Grounded Thermocouple
- Element Configuration: Single Element
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|97 38S12 CHROMEL||National Microchip||Not Provided||Not Provided||Not Provided|
|P12-3800-010||ASAP Semiconductor||CONTACT CHROMEL||Not Provided||Not Provided|
|S32-1900-010||ASAP Semiconductor||CHROMEL CONTACT||Not Provided||Not Provided|
|031-9154-006||ASAP Semiconductor||CONTACT CHROMEL SOCKET||Not Provided||Not Provided|
|P32-1900-010||ASAP Semiconductor||CHROMEL PIN CONTACT||Not Provided||Not Provided|
|10-314910-1S||ASAP Semiconductor||CHROMEL SOLDER #20 SOCKE||Not Provided||Not Provided|
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Thermocouple Wire Size and Resistance Table (.pdf)
extension. instrument if I use a 20 guage Chromel/Alu-. 20 x .1466 = 2.932 ohms. lead wire type Copper/Copper 11. mel thermocouple 3 feet long and 14 guage. Total 4.7002 ohms. Type B utilizes extension lead wire. Chromel/Alumel lead wire 20 feet in length?. type Copper/Copper. 2300 Walden Avenue • Buffalo
Thermocouple Characteristics Table (.pdf)
. Not. recommended for low. temps. E EP Chromel®, Nominal. • Purple. • Purple. X Oxidizing or Inert. EN. Composition: 90% Ni, 10% Cr. X Limited use in Vacuum. Constantan, Nominal. • Red. or Reducing. Composition: 55% Cu, 45% Ni. K KP Chromel, Nominal. • Yellow. • Yellow. X Clean Oxidizing and. KN. Composition: 90%
Color Codes:ANSI/ISA Thermocouple Color Codes
. Negative. Wire. Extension. Grade. JX. Iron. Constantan. White. Red. Black. Brown. KX. Chromel. Alumel. Yellow. Red. Yellow. Brown. TX. Copper. Constantan. Blue. Red. Blue. Brown. EX. Chromel. Constantan. Purple. Red. Purple. Brown. RX, SX. ---. Copper. Copper Alloy. #11. Black. Red. Green. N
ANSI Color Code & ISA Limits of Error for Thermocouples (.pdf)
. 32 to 660. -330 to 32. +1.8 °F or +1.5% ae0.9°F or +0.4%. J. IRON. +JP. WHITE. VS CONSTANTAN. -JN. RED. 0 to 750. +2.2°C or +0.75% +1.1°C or +0.4%. 32 to 1380. +4°F or +0.75%. +2°F or +0.4%. E*. CHROMEL. +EP. PURPLE. 0 to 900. +1.7°C or +0.5%. +3°F or +0.5%. VS CONSTANTAN. -EN. RED. -200 to 0. +1.7°C
Laser Processing of Fine Wires in Medical Devices
welding can be. used. Figure 4 shows a fine wire stainless steel. Figure 5: Welding tungsten wire onto kovar. pin. 50W SPI fiber laser, set to 30W, single. wire being joined to a chromel bar. 20ms pulse. Ball ending wires: For some surgical applications where wires are. required to be inserted
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positions as signal crimp contacts, chromel and alumel Type-K thermocouple crimp contacts are offered as well. Lemo USA Inc., Rohnert Park, CA. www.lemo.com. Microminiature cable. Enhanced microminiature round cable is available for medical device applications in which size and electrical integrity
Secret to Thermocouples: Mind the Metallurgy, and All Else Will Follow
the characteristics of several common thermocouple types. A. variety of base and noble metals are used in thermocouples, in both pure and. alloy forms. Common alloys include "Alumel " (a composition of nickel, aluminum,. and manganese), "Chromel " (nickel and chromium), and "Constantan " (copper
Single Supply Temperature Sensing with Thermocouples
. ITS-90”. Manufacturers use these standards to qualify. such as Chromel and Constantan (Type E) or Nicrosil. the thermocouples that they ship. and Nisil (Type N). The two dissimilar metals are. bonded together on one end of both wires with a weld. Seebeck. Temperature range. Application. Thermocouple
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K thermoelements and their thin films, and compares the performance of chromel???alumel thin film thermocouple with its wire counterpart before and