Thermocouple Probes

Omega’s new exclusive M12LCP series of thermocouple probes with high temperature M12 molded connectors are available in standard and metric sizes.


Omega M12LCP thermocouple probesOmega’s new exclusive M12LCP series of thermocouple probes with high temperature M12 molded connectors are available in standard and metric sizes. This series features type J, K, T, E thermocouple calibrations, single and dual element configurations, ungrounded junctions and a -50 to 260 degrees Celsius (-58 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit) connector temperature range. The sensor can be used as-is or mounted into your process using one of Omega’s line of compression fittings. The thermocouple compensated M12 connector offers a quick and reliable method for connecting this sensor to your instrumentation. This product is widely used in process control applications where the temperature exceeds the limitations for standard M12 cables and sensors.

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Thermocouple Probes

Omega’s new exclusive M12LCP series of thermocouple probes with high temperature M12 molded connectors are available in standard and metric sizes.


Omega M12LCP thermocouple probes

Omega M12LCP thermocouple probesOmega’s new exclusive M12LCP series of thermocouple probes with high temperature M12 molded connectors are available in standard and metric sizes. This series features type J, K, T, E thermocouple calibrations, single and dual element configurations, ungrounded junctions and a -50 to 260 degrees Celsius (-58 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit) connector temperature range. The sensor can be used as-is or mounted into your process using one of Omega’s line of compression fittings. The thermocouple compensated M12 connector offers a quick and reliable method for connecting this sensor to your instrumentation. This product is widely used in process control applications where the temperature exceeds the limitations for standard M12 cables and sensors.

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