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    Thermocouple Connectors - (34 companies)
    Thermocouple Connectors Information. Thermocouple connectors are used to transmit temperature readings from a thermocouple (T/C). These specialized connectors are designed to extend the thermocouple wire and must be rated for a particular T/C... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Splice Kits - (65 companies)
    ...be buried, and that there is no signal loss across the splice. Sealants also include. Tape. Wye. Inline gel. Resin splices. Wraparound sleeves and adhesives are secured around the splice. Heating the wraparound sleeve melts the adhesive to the cable... Learn More
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    Thermocouple Wire - (94 companies)
    Thermocouple wire is used to make or extend thermocouples. The wire connects thermocouples from the sensing point to the point of cold junction compensation (CJC). How to Select Thermocouple Wire. Image Credit: Omega Engineering, Inc.; Grainger... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thermocouple Elements - (292 companies)
    Thermocouple elements are temperature sensors that are useful over a wide range of temperatures. Thermocouples are formed by two dissimilar metals. Thermocouple elements are passive temperature sensing elements that are useful over a wide range... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thermocouple Temperature Probes - (492 companies)
    Thermocouple temperature probes are bimetallic probes that are used in various temperature-sensing applications. They consist of two wires, each of which is made of a different metallic element or alloy. Design. Thermocouple temperature probes... Search by Specification | Learn More

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