Thin-film Surface Thermocouple (seal type)
NSH / NSMH:200℃
It’s easy to affix. Simply peel off the separator sheet. Because the separator is larger than the sheet body, it’s easy to peel off.
Type K thermocouple
Sheet size: Choose from two sizes of standard and miniature.
Type T thermocouple
Sheet size: Only miniature size is available.
- Heatproof Temperature
For general use: Up to 200°C
(The lead wire’s max. operating temperature is 260°C.) The product has almost no outgassing.
- Because one end of the coated thermocouple wire with the optimum usable length is set as the hot junction, there’s no need to prepare a lead wire separately.
- The coated thermocouple wire, with PFA fluororesin as an insulator, has the heat resistance of 260°C and excellent chemical resistance. The twisted pair structure can also reduce the noise caused by electromagnetic induction.
- We can accommodate customer needs in terminal processing with one side exposed, with a thermocouple connector (our Twintor product), and with a Y terminal. Terminal processing that doesn’t insulate the hot junction is also available.
Product cut samples can be provided.
For the request for samples, please contact us from hre. Person in charge: Ohashi (Sales Dept., Head Office)
Product Schematic Diagram
|Type K thermocouple||Type T thermocouple|
|For General Use||For General Use|
|Sheet size||Approx. 20 x 10||Approx. 14 x 10||Approx. 14 x 10|
|Sheet thickness||Approx. 0.35||<-||<-|
|Lead wire dia.||0.2||<-||<-|
|Lead wire finished outer dia.||Approx. 0.9||<-||<-|
|Lead wire length||Specified length||<-||<-|
Unit = mm
* Max. operating temp. of lead area: 260°C
How to Apply Product Symbols
Select the grade/sheet size
NSH: Standard size for general use
NSMH: Miniature size for general use
Select the thermocouple type
K: Type K thermocouple
T: Type T thermocouple (NSMH only)
Select the terminal processing method
N: Cut off and no processing afterward
Y: With Y terminal (M4)
P02: With thermocouple connector (miniature plug)
Lead wire length
Please specify the desired length. (Unit: mm)
Please see the table below for the detailed specifications of the lead wires.
Lead Wire Specifications
|Type K thermocouple||Type T thermocouple|
|Conductor||Surface processing||–||DF processing||–|
|Material||+ Side||Nickel-chromium alloy||Copper|
|– Side||Nickel alloy||Copper-nickel alloy|
|Structure||Number of wires/mm||1/0.2||1/0.2|
|Outer diameter||mm||Approx. 0.2||Approx. 0.2|
|Conductor||Thickness||mm||Approx. 0.05||Approx. 0.05||Fluororesin
|Outer dia.||mm||Approx. 0.3||Approx. 0.3|
|Identification:||–||(+) Red (−) Blue||(+) Red (−) Brown|
|Twisted pair||2-core twisted||mm||Approx. 0.6||Approx. 0.6|
|Sheath||Thickness||mm||Approx. 0.15||Approx. 0.15||Fluororesin
|Outer Diameter||mm||Approx. 0.9||Approx. 0.9|
|Finished Outer Diameter||mm||Approx. 0.9||Approx. 0.9|
|Electrical properties||Go-and-Return Conductor Resistance (20°C, Standard)||Ω/m||31.5||16.5||JIS C 1610|
|Insulation Resistance (20°C, minimum)||MΩ･km||1000||1000|
|Tolerance Interval||−40°C and higher, lower than +333°C||℃||±2.5||ー|
|−40°C and higher, lower than +133°C||℃||ー||±1|
|333°C and higher, lower than 1200°C||℃||0.0075×|t|||ー|
|133°C and higher, lower than 350°C||℃||ー||0.0075×|t||
|Standard Thermo-electromotive Force at 100°C||μV||4096||4279||JIS C 1602|
* Please contact our sales department for product specifications, ordering methods and technical details.
|Adhesive Strength (N/10 mm)||5.10||6.54||6.85|
|Rate of Change (VS Initial Value)||ー||128%||134%|
|Rate of Change (VS180°C)||ー||ー||105%|
* The test was conducted internally using JIS Z 0237 as reference. The sample used was a single tape.
* The initial value was obtained after leaving the sample at room temperature for at least 2 hours after affixation. The heating condition: after applying heat for 1 hour, left at room temperature for 1 hour. The value is the average of n = 3.
* These values are strictly experimental values and not guaranteed values. They vary depending on each user’s purpose and method of use.
Durability Against Repetitive Affixation
* The test method undertaken was as follows: the adhesive strength of the same sample used in the adhesive strength test was measured repeatedly at the cycle of 1 hour of heating at 200°C and 1 hour of cooling. The maximum number of repetitions of this cycle was set to 20 times. The value is the average of n = 3.
* The figure shows the rate of change in the adhesive strength of repeated affixations, showing the transition when the initial value (0th time) was set to 100%.
* These values are strictly experimental values under the test environment and not guaranteed values. They vary depending on each user’s purpose and method of use.
* A discrepancy in the measured temperature may occur, depending on how the product is affixed.