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Thermocouple Thermometer

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$104.99

The Chef’s Precision line of thermometers offers professional-grade results with at-home ease. The Thermocouple Thermometer provides temperature readings in 2-3 seconds with an accuracy of ±0.9°F, so you can ensure perfection in every piece of meat. The Thermometer is easy to use – the probe rotates out without having to touch it, and the backlit screen automatically turns on. The thermocouple tip means you don’t have to insert the Thermometer very far in to get a quick and accurate reading, and the fully rotating probe and screen mean you can use it at any angle, whether you’re right- or left-handed. It’s easy to change between °F and °C settings, and 1° or 1.0° resolution, and the waterproof body is easy to clean. 

Thermocouple Thermometer temperature range -
-58F - 572F
-50C - 300C

Return Policy:

Product can be returned if the following occurred:

1). Product delivered is not in accordance to the order

2). Product can be returned after a week of acquisition by reporting to [email protected]

3). Warranty would depend on supplier’s provision.

Shipment days :

1). A week to thirty days shipment dependent on supplier.

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Thermocouple Thermometer
  • A thermocouple is a device that measures temperature by the means of EMF generated between hot and cold junctions. The device works on the principle of Peltier's effect and Setback effect.
  • To measure temperature through a thermocouple what you need is a hot and a cold junction connected by wires and a transducer with display unit.
  • The Peltier's effect states that an EMF is induced or a potential difference exists in the loop if a temperature difference is maintained at two points in the loop.
  • While the see beck effect implies that thermoelectric current is produced in a wire if a temperature difference is introduced at the two ends of the wire.
  • These two effects are utilised to measure temperature, either hot or cold.
Range 0 °C to 1450 °C
Type Platinum/13 % Rhodium vs. platinum (type R)
Platinum/10 % Rhodium vs. platinum (type S)
Calibration Optional fixed point calibration uncertainties
(k=2): ± 0.15 °C up to 962 °C,
increasing linearly to ± 2.0 °C at 1450 °C
Hot Junction
Sheath Dimensions
6.35 mm (0.25 in) diameter;
see Ordering Information for lengths
Reference Junction Sheath Dimensions 4.8 mm dia. x 210 mm long (0.188 x 8.25 in)
Long-Term Stability ± 0.5 °C to 1100 °C
± 2.0 °C to 1450 °C (over one year depending on usage)
Short-Term Stabilities ± 0.2 °C to 1100 °C
± 0.6 °C to 1450 °C
Immersion At least 152 mm (6 in) recommended
Protective Case Model 2609 case included
Weight 1 kg (2 lb)

What is the principal of thermocouple?

A thermocouple is a device made by two different wires joined at one end, called junction end or measuring end. The two wires are called thermoelements or legs of the thermocouple: the two thermoelements are distinguished as positive and negative ones.

How do I know is my thermocouple is working?

The first is to check for a short on the terminals and the second, to make sure that voltage tracks with the temperature. The first test can be performed with any quality multimeter. Put the meter in ohms or continuity mode; on a good thermocouple, you should see a low resistance reading.

How do you calibrate the thermocouple?

You can calibrate a thermocouple by plotting the thermocouple's voltage-temperature curve. Fill the thermo bath container with water and turn the thermo bath on. Heat the water to 30 degrees Celsius and turn the thermocouple device on. Connect each lead of the multimeter to one end of the thermocouple.

  • A thermocouple is a device that measures temperature by the means of EMF generated between hot and cold junctions.
  • The device works on the principle of Peltier's effect and see beck effect. These two effects are utilised to measure temperature, either hot or cold.
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