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THERMOCOUPLE, TYPE K SENSOR, 1' BENT W 1/8" DIA.

THERMOCOUPLE, TYPE K SENSOR, 1' BENT W 1/8" DIA.

Product # P12709
$58.95

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Description
Replacement Type-K Thermocouple for all Spek-Pro pyrometers.
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Feature Points

  • Includes stainless steel 1/8" NPT weld in fitting
  • Includes double male fitting for mating to included weld in fitting or other 1/8" NPT fitting
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Questions

Does this sensor work with all of your pyrometers

Asked by: Robbk64
Thank you for your inquiry. The P12709 will only work on pyrometers that have a short harness off the probe ending with ring terminals, as shown in the photo. Other pyrometers will use a different thermocouple and harness. For specifics, please call our Tech Support Line at 866-248-6357, with the model number of your gauge.
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-07-03

not finding chart for your thermocouples ohms resistance at room temperature , ohm meter at most sensitive setting is showing .09 resistance on a 95 degree day

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your inquiry. Type K thermocouples are not resistance based. They actually produce a very low voltage as a function of temperature. You will need a multi meter that reads in millivolts. Do a Google image search for "Type K Thermocouple Range" and you will find an appropriate graph.
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-07-02

Is there a way to test the probe? My older style Z-series pyrometer (the one with 2 posts not the wiring harness) is acting up. Wondering if I can test the probe somehow.

Asked by: Vetts
Thank you for your question. You can find a type K thermocouple chart online and you can use a multimeter to check the reading in mV of the probe at the particular temperature. The reading should match the appropriate measurements on the chart.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-10-31
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