hot junction

hot junction

[′hät ′jəŋk·shən]
(electronics)
The heated junction of a thermocouple.
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75 Percent Whichever Is Greater), No Of Circuits : One(Simplex), Hot Junction : Undrounded, Sheath Dia : 6 Mm, Sheath Length : 10000 Mm Below Thread, Sheath Material: Ss 316, Process Connection : 1/2"" Bsp (M), Fixed Fitting, Process Connection Material : Ss 304, Tip Rating 800 Deg.
The differential voltage between the two wires is used to calculate the temperature at the hot junction, as shown in Figure 1.
The differential voltage generated at the cold junction is dependent on the temperature differential between the hot junction and cold junction.
When the hot junction is at a temperature different from the reference junction, a small current is created, and the magnitude of this current can be used to calculate the temperature difference between the two junctions.
After another uneventful morning on a permanent stand, I descended with an eye toward locating a hot junction, funnel or fence crossing to hunt the following morning.
Heat is supplied to the hot junction from an external source; the other junction is maintained at a fixed lower temperature.
Tenders are invited for Supply, installation and commissioning of a hot junction welder for manufacture of C type thermocouples with 1-6 mm wire diameter each in simplex, duplex configurations
Hot Junction Ungrounded The Length Of The Themocouple 650 Mm.
In order to form the hot junctions, OMC has developed highly advanced manufacturing technology at its plants in Japan.
By creating hot junctions on highly heat-resistant dielectric membranes, and cold junctions on highly heat-conductive silicon, it is possible to achieve high-speed response and high-energy conversion efficiency (infrared rays - temperature - thermoelectric force).