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Calibrating  of thermocouple (calibration charts)
For a condition, when a free end(shut) of thermocouple is at the zero of degrees celsius. A temperature is driven to °C, E.M.F. (tension) in mV.
chromel - alumel  (-270 °с   to  1370 °с)
platinum-30% rhodium/platinum-6% rhodium
(0 °с   to  1820 °с)
chromel - constantan (-260 °с   to  1000 °с)
copper - constantan (-270 °с   to  400 °с)
chromel - kopel (-20 to 200 °с)

How to make a thermocouple of thermocouple
  Calibrating (calibration charts) of thermocouple :  chromel - kopel (ТCК, Type L). Range of temperatures from - 20 °C   to  200 °C
Dependence  E.M.F. thermocouple :  chromel - kopel  from a temperature for a condition, when a free end (shut) of thermocouple is at the zero of degrees celsius.

   Chromel - Copel thermocouple (TCC, Type L) have the highest differential sensitivity of all commercially available thermocouples. Chromel-Copel thermocouples are used for more accurate temperature measurements, as well as for measuring small quantities to the temperature difference. Chromel-Copel thermocouples have a very high thermoelectric stability in the range up to 600 ° C. This is explained by the fact that changes in the thermopower hromelevogo and Copel thermoelectrodes cancel each other out, as directed in the same direction. Chromel-Copel thermocouple can operate stably tens of thousands of hours.
    The disadvantages include relatively high TCA compared with other thermocouples sensitivity to deformation.

   Calibration table:

таблица хромель - копель
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