What is constraining the minimum temperature. Has the probe just not been tested below 0degC
Asked by: Luna
Thank you for your inquiry. The thermocouples we make are generally made with SLE Thermocouple Wire. Special Limits Of Error Wire (SLE) made products are only spec’d out for temperatures above 32°F (0°C). So anything below 32°F (0°C) does not comply with the SLE specification and we do not put the Process Measurement Range below 0°C. Does this mean that measuring below 0°C is not possible? No. It just means that the accuracy is no longer linear below 0°C.
Answered by: Application Engineer CB
Date published: 2023-10-30
I am evaluating your "Very High Temperature Exotic Thermocouple Probes". Right now, Im looking at a type "R"', such a XMO-P13R-U-125-30-A-RP-24. Where can I find a suitable handheld electronic thermometer that you can connect this type of thermocouple?
Asked by: TC1100
There are many handheld meters/data loggers to choose and you can search the website or call the Temperature Engineering group for guidance.