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'VERY high-temp gauge?'
1999\06\09@113618 by amartin

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Does anyone know of device which can measure exhaust
temperature? (On model engines)  I don't know of anything
which can tolerate the heat...  I would like to use this data
to control the fuel mixture real-time with a PIC.
       -- Aaron

1999\06\09@120752 by Steve Lawther

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Sounds like a job for a thermocouple-
Type K & N can stand 1000 deg C. in the right atmosphere and packaging.



Steve Lawther

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1999\06\09@225320 by Peter McAlpine

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I have used a K-type thermocouple lead successfully in measuring
exhaust temperatures in a Sport sedan race car.
Temperatures in the range of 750 - 850'c were common. The
wire I was using is only meant for 350'c but we never had any
problems!

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Peter Mcalpine
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> Sounds like a job for a thermocouple-
> Type K & N can stand 1000 deg C. in the right atmosphere and packaging.
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> Steve Lawther
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1999\06\09@231031 by Aaron Martin

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Where do I get it, and how big was it and how much was it?
   -- Aaron


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1999\06\10@002609 by Peter McAlpine

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I got the 2 metre wire probe from Farnell, can't recall the
price. Comes as bare ended wire with fiberglass sheath.

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1999\06\10@204115 by Graeme Smith

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You probably want a Pyrometer, I think they are based on thermo-couple
technology. The ones we used in the Navy were routinely exposed to 2000
deg temperatures. ( they were actually built into the head so they could
constantly be used to monitor cylinder temperatures)

I hope this helps

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On Wed, 9 Jun 1999, Steve Lawther wrote:

> Sounds like a job for a thermocouple-
> Type K & N can stand 1000 deg C. in the right atmosphere and packaging.
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> Steve Lawther
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> > {Original Message removed}

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