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Digi-Sense Type-K, 2-Wire Feedthrough, 1 / 2"NPT(M) Fitting, 48"PTFE Wire

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    Use these two-wire feedthroughs to make connections inside vessels or chambers. Use with probes with miniconnectors. Feedthroughs withstand vacuum conditions or pressures to 100 psi. Stainless steel and epoxy construction. Temperature range: -40 to 250°> F (-40 to 121°> C). Feedthroughs have a 1/2'' NPT(M) fitting. Include 48''L, PTFE insulated, 24-gauge (0.0201'' wire dia) lead wires.
    Product Type Extension Cable
    Temp range -40 to 250°F (-40 to 121°C)
    Max temperature (º C) 121
    Min temperature (º F) -40
    Max temperature (º F) 250
    Min temperature (º C) -40
    Gauge 24-Gauge Wire
    Qty/ea 1
    Brand Digi-Sense

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      Will this work with water?
      Asked on 5/9/2016 by Joseph from United States

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        Yes, with this coating the thermocouple should work fine with water. The only issue that may potentially arise will be in the wire hookup, where the strips meet the jacket. As long as you take precautions around where the stripped ends meet the brown coating wiring and water does not travel up the 4 ft of wiring due to highly pressurized water flow, this will work fine.

        Answered on 5/10/2016 by Rishi from Technical Support
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      Says can withstand 100 psi of pressure or vacuum, but what is the actual vacuum rating? 28 in Hg? or a specific torr?
      Asked on 10/13/2009 by Chris from Atlanta

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        This product can withstand full vacuum.

        Answered on 10/23/2009 by Zeke from Technical Support
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