The norm that is used in the industry for temp mapping is Type T (SLE)
thermocouple wire. The SLE stands for special limits of error that is
accurate to 0.1 C. However, the thermocouple wire needs to be
connected to a data logger such as a Kaye Validator or equivelent.
And then the wire needs to be calibrated to a NIST traceable RTD.
This is all industry standard and anything else used may come into
I hope this helps.
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Subject: Re: [PMFLIST] Autoclave probes
Author: Peg Walling <[log in to unmask]>
Date: 3/30/00 12:29 PM
All, Can anyone give recommendations on Autoclave probes for
an autoclave. We have purchased and tried several from Omega and they
too variable. Any suggestions?
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