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Provides quick coupling and is made to the standard industrial size, thus allowing mating with other regular size plugs and jacks. Made of rugged, thermosettling plastic which has a high impact strength. Extremely tough and shatterproof, these connectors exhibit a low moisture absorption rate, good dielectric constant, and are impervious to fungus attack. Finger grips allow easy handling. The bodies are color-coded to ISA color codes. Symbols for + and - are molded onto the connector body to simplify wiring.
Useful with fine thermocouple wire and small diameter probes. Accepts wires from .001" diameter to 20 gauge. Polarized pins make it impossible to mismate. Case is molded from glass-filled thermoset plastics (useful to 400°F). Simple two-piece construction includes removable cap with semi-captive screws and elastomer bushing for wire strain relief.
|Strain Relief Clamp|
To be used with standard connectors for thermocouples and RTDs.
|Standard Panel Jacks|
For individual mounting into a 11/8" diameter hole (standard 3/4" conduit knockout). Installed entirely from the front of the panel. Cases are made of nylon (rated at 400°F). Thermocouple wire attachment is by screws.
|Preassembled Panel Jacks|
Mating parts for any of the bayonet probes. Adapter for configurations 206-215, 250, and 806-815. Click here to view the Selection Table for "A" Dimension of Fixed Length Bayonet Type Thermocouples.
Adjustable adapter used for installing thermocouples, RTDs, or other sensors with metal tubular sheaths in pipes or tanks. When the cap is tightened on the body, the ferrule is squeezed tightly and permanently around the probe's metal sheath. The compression fitting and probe assembly are then threaded into place at the temperature measuring site. This provides a torque-free, leak-proof seal.
Written by Jennifer Taylor & Shelby Reece
Date Published: 01.17.2014
Last Updated: 03.12.2020