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Handheld High Temperature Surface Thermocouple Probes

High Temperature Surface Thermocouple Probe with Handle and Retractable Cable


Item# HPS-HT-K-12-SMPW-M

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High Temperature Surface Thermocouple Probe with Handle and Retractable Cable HPS-HT-K-12-SMPW-M HPS-HT-K-12-SMPW-M
  • Type K, E, or J Thermocouple Calibrations
  • Type K Measures Temperature up to 1100°C (2000°F)
  • SMP Miniature Male Connector Termination on End of Retractile Cord
  • 12 In. Probe is Standard. Other Lengths Available.

HPS-HT-K-12-SMPW-M Model Options

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Thermocouple Type
Process Temperature Max
Process Temperature Range
Probe Length
Process Temperature Unit
Process Temperature Min
Sensor Application
Junction Type
Probe Diameter
Sheath Housing Material
Cable Insulation
Wire Gauge
Cable Length
Termination Connection Type

OMEGA’s High Temperature Surface Probe features a thermocouple alloy spring-loaded sensing element to ensure consistent readings. The twelve-inch probe comes with an SMP Male Connector termination and a 0.3 mm (1 ft.) retractable sensor cable (stretches to 1.5 m (5 ft.). Available in thermocouple types J, K, or E, the HPS-HT probe can measure temperatures up to 1100°C (2000°F), type K only.

Maximum Short-Term Temperature Rating:
    Type K: 1100°C (2000°F)
    Type E: 870°C (1600°F)
    Type J: 760°C (1400°F)
Maximum Handle Temperature: 70°C (160°F)
Length: 300 mm (12") (custom lengths available)
Cable: 300 mm (1') retractable, stretches to 1.5 m (5'); miniature thermocouple (SMPW) connector
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Didn't last long. The coil broke after just a few uses. Sent it back for repair and was told it wouldn't be able to be repaired and there is no warranty. I was offered a 10% discount to buy a new one.
Date published: 2016-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use and comfortable! Omega does it again!! Easy to use and comfortable! Omega does it again!!
Date published: 2023-03-30
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What is the Accuracy of this probe model type K HPS-HT-K12SMP-M ?

Asked by: CalibrationLAB
For Temperatures above 0°C; ±2.2°C or ±0.75% of the actual value (use the greater of the two tolerances) For Temperatures below 0°C; ±2.2°C or ±2.0% of the actual value (use the greater of the two tolerances)
Answered by: Engineer CB
Date published: 2020-06-17

What is the Accuracy of these units?

Asked by: Tomslix
The HPS-HT probes would adhere to the Standard Limits of Error specification with the orientation of the probe to the surface being extremely important to meet the specification
Answered by: ApplicationsEngineerANB
Date published: 2020-06-17

Question regarding the correct means of using the probe. Is it required to merely rest the probe tips on the surface, while ensuring full contact. Or must downwards pressure be exerted to the point where the outer sheath contacts this surface also?

Asked by: Dosser
Thank you for your inquiry. The HPS-HT Series surface probe has a spring-loaded sensing element where you basically apply some gentle pressure on the tip of the probe to get a temperature reading.
Answered by: NorwalkAE_SP
Date published: 2024-02-28
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