The stator thermocouple sensor is a rectangular, flat, laminated sensor commonly called a “Stator Stick” because they are inserted between the coils in the stator of a motor.
These sensors are used in electric motors and generators for continuous sensing of the temperature and provide for consistent thermal monitoring without false alarms. The stator thermocouples are built to meet the specifications of ANSI C50.10- 1990, general requirements for synchronous motors. We can build to your specifications.
Rear Exit, Epoxy Glass Laminated
Thermocouple Type, Single and Dual: Types J, K, T, and E
Custom Body Thickness: .060” to .375”; Standard: .060”, .078”, .093”, .125”
Custom Body Widths: .250” to 2.50”; Standard: .260”, .305”, .344”, .455”, .500”, .625”
Q: What is a thermocouple?
A: A thermocouple is a device consisting of two different conductors (usually metal alloys) that produce a voltage proportional to a temperature difference between either ends of the pair of conductors. In contrast to most other methods of temperature measurement, thermocouples are self-powered and require no external form of excitation Read More:Understanding Thermocouples
Q: What are the advantages and disadvantages of grounded thermocouples?
A: A grounded junction puts the junction in contact with the packaging, protecting, metal case. This allows for a faster response time, however, a grounded tip is susceptible to electromotive forces in the environment, which might cause potential errors in the measurement. An ungrounded junction, therefore, is one without a contact with the metal case. Thus, have slower response time, but is less likely to provide erroneous readings. Read More:RTDs & Thermocouples FAQs
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