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NiCr-NiSi (Type K) thermocouple bright wire 
Nicrosil-Nisil (Type N) thermocouple bright wire
Cu- CuNi (Type T) thermocouple bright wire 
NiCr- CuNi(Type E) thermocouple bright wire 
Fe- CuNi(Type J) thermocouple bright wire 

Type

Standard

Operating temperature   range

Tolerance

Long term

Short term

Grade

Temperature range

Tolerance

Type K

GB/T2614
  K

1200

1300

I

-40~1100

±1.5℃ OR±0.4%t

II

-40~1300

±2.5℃ OR±0.75%t

Type N

GB/T17615
  N

1200

1300

I

-40~1100

±1.5℃ OR±0.4%t

II

-40~1300

±2.5℃ OR±0.75%t

Type E

GB/T4993
  E

750

900

I

-40~800

±1.5℃ OR±0.4%t

II

-40~900

±2.5℃ OR±0.75%t

Type J

GB/T4994
  J

600

750

I

0~750

±1.5℃ OR±0.4%t

II

±2.5℃ OR±0.75%t

Type T

GB/T2903
  T

300

350

I

-40~350

±0.5℃ OR±0.4%t

II

±1℃ OR±0.75%t

III

-200~40

±1℃ OR±1.5%t

    * Operating temperature range (): KNET Ø3.2mm, T Ø2.0mm


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