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Thermocouple  related subjects: IR sensors, Temperature circuits, Thermoelectric devices, Resistors
Bimetallic thermometers Bimetallic thermometers, descriptions of the most-commonly used thermocouples, pdf file
International thermocouple colour codes International Thermocouple Color Codes — Thermocouple and Extension Grade Wires
Measuring Temperature with Thermocouples
Platinum Thermocouples Platinum Thermocouples, pdf file
Simplified Thermocouple Interfaces Different linearization techniques, Cold junction compensation, Diagnostics, pdf file
Taking Thermocouple Temperature Measurements This document introduces you to thermocouples, which are inexpensive temperature sensing devices widely used with PC-based DAQ systems. It also includes some specific thermocouple examples
Thermocouple
Thermocouple the thermocouple is a thermoelectric temperature sensor which consists of two dissimilar metallic wires, e.g., one chromel and one constantan. These two wires are connected at two different junctions, one for temperature measurement and the other for reference
Thermocouple thermocouple application note
Thermocouple en Français
Thermocouple pdf file
Thermocouple color codes ANSI and IEC Color Codes for Thermocouples, Wire and Connectors
Thermocouple composition and specifications Thermocouple composition and specifications
Thermocouple data thermocouple data
Thermocouple effect the voltage across the thermocouple junction depends on the type of metals used and the temperature of the junction
Thermocouple properties Thermoelectric Alloy Property Data, pdf file
Thermocouple technical reference
Thermocouple technical reference data including international color codes
Thermocouple types thermocouple types
Thermocouple thermocouple types an application notes
Thermocouples thermocouples are based on the principle that when two dissimilar metals are joined a predictable voltage will be generated that relates to the difference in temperature between the measuring junction and the reference junction
Thermocouples: measuring temperature thermocouples are very rugged and inexpensive and can operate over a wide temperature range. A thermocouple is created whenever two dissimilar metals touch and the contact point produces a small open-circuit voltage as a function of temperature. This thermoelectric voltage is known as the Seebeck voltage, named after Thomas Seebeck, who discovered it in 1821
Themocouples - Reference Guide Properties of the sheath material, Diameter and construction of thermocouple assembly, Temperature Range
Thermocouple technical reference data thermocouples are based on the principle that when two dissimilar metals are joined a predictable voltage will be generated that relates to the difference in temperature between the measuring junction and the reference junction
Thermokoppels in Dutch
THERMOELECTRIC EFFECTS IN METALS- THERMOCOUPLES pdf file
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Thermopile sensors  related subjects: IR sensors, Temperature circuits, Thermoelectric devices, Resistors
Temperature Measurement with Radiation Thermometers
Thermopile detectors a thermopile is serially-interconnected array of thermocouples, pdf file
Thermopile detectors thermopile detector output is proportional to incident radiation while the pyroelectric detectors output is proportional to rate of change of incident radiation. In other words, the thermopile detector is DC coupled while the pyroelectric detector is AC coupled
Thermopile infrared sensor the thermocolumn or thermopile comprises a series of thermoelements, each element being a thin wire made of two materials of different thermal activity.When a temperature difference occurs between the two ends of a wire, an electrical tension "thermotension", develops.Connecting several thermoelements in series adds together the thermotension of each element, producing a useful electrical output signal, pdf file
Thermopiles Thermopiles are used for contactless temperature measurement. The measurement principle is based on the detection of infrared radiation, using micro-machined devices in silicon based technology, pdf file
Thermopiles for gas detection application note APPLICATIONS OF THERMOELECTRIC INFRARED SENSORS (THERMOPILES): GAS DETECTION BY INFRARED ABSORPTION; NDIRpdf file
Thermopiles for pyrometry application note thermopile sensorse, which allow remote temperature sensing, pdf file
Thermopile sensors thermopile sensors, remote temperature measurement with PerkinElmer thermopile sensors (pyrometry), pdf file
Thermopile sensors application note pdf file
Vapour Pressure Thermometry
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